The French capital has announced a plan to stop housing displacement in gentrifying neighborhoods. It might be the most radical proposal Europe has seen.
A group of Berlin nightclub owners are now joking about turning the failing Mall of Berlin into a "techno temple." Here's why.
To emerge from its toxic fug, Paris is enacting what could be the most drastic anti-pollution measures seen in any major world city.
Denmark’s capital wants to put 10 manmade islands along the shoreline of its inner-city harbor. But opponents warn it will end up a "rich man's ghetto."
Two years after hosting the Olympics, London is putting down more cash to build an arts and education facility on the former site. Will the city's poorest residents benefit this time?
Illegal! magazine allows its vendors to keep sales profits so they can buy drugs rather than stealing to fund their habits.
If you love cheap beer, steer clear of Oslo and head for Warsaw.
The Ampelfrau and her commanding yet adorable braid will be phased in, but opponents look askance for varied reasons.
A new survey reveals optimistic attitudes across Germany's capital, though there are still distinct differences between Easterners and Westerners.
Wide Path Campers make bike-camping more accessible (and comfortable).
The new book London: The Information Capital, brings data on the city's economics, housing, and tourism to life through stunning graphic visualizations.
For long-distance travelers looking for low-emissions options, choices are shrinking as Europe's overnight trains fade away.
Halloween isn't much of a tradition there, yet they've been spotted year-round for a while now. What do they want?
The Flussbad Berlin project represents a bold, new imagining of what a metropolitan river can be.
On this day 200 years ago, a crowd of unlucky Londoners learned the hard way that there's no such thing as a free drink.
As the city seeks to protect its historic districts, advertisers take to the very billboards that could be regulated to pitch dire predictions.
The River Cycleway Consortium would build an expensive, buoyant bike path on the choppy Thames. But where's the money for Londoners who are actually in need?
Hosting the games has become a sprawling, expensive, drama-filled honor.
A new sponsorship deal with retail giant Carrefour is just the latest move in renting out the city's Metro brand—and public space.