The occasionally precious, often bizarre knick-knacks now for sale in London to celebrate the birth of an heir.
An unlikely mix of state pruning and raw commercialism is taking hold in Spain's capital.
London's bicycle advocates say they're fed up with a city government that promotes cycling but isn't serious about safe bike infrastructure.
A new Bosphorus bridge is fast becoming Istanbul's most contested project – not least because the government will stop at nothing to get it built.
France looks set to implement a series of groundbreaking laws designed to induce landlords to rent to a wider variety of income levels.
Prague is unveiling subway cars for singles. Is this something people really want?
Milan bans ice cream after midnight, Madrid bans noise. Has the continent lost its taste for fun?
The country's reputation as a haven of drug tolerance took a knock yesterday.
European rail travel is often more expensive and harder to book than cheap, no-frills plane tickets. But that's about to change.
London's waterfront has never quite managed the elegance of the Seine, but that's about to change, with the help of a little inspiration from New York.
The planning debate that sparked Turkey's recent protests is part of a larger, kind of weird architectural trend.
Is the capital of the EU really just Europe’s capital of ugly? French writers say yes; Brussels fires back.
Officials say the canal will fuel the country's economy. But opponents worry it will add to runaway sprawl and rampant water pollution.
The presence of Syrian refugees may have also played a role in a recent crackdown on gay bars.
If any European city needed a radical structural rethink, it's Paris.
The city is tightening the rules governing its famous red light district. Will the efforts cut down on sex trafficking or make the problem worse?
The Planners is partly bucolic escapism and partly a sidelong look at the state of Britain today. And yes, it's actually fascinating.
The city wants to wrest the soft drugs trade away from criminal gangs, but the national government may not let it proceed.
Modern London was built on top of a large number of plague pits, and the city's thirst for more space means digging won't slow down any time soon.