In Spain, time is complicated.
However, he's not completely wrong about Napoleon.
Unlike many cities, the French capital has made good on its promise to re-open urban waterways to bathers. How did they do it?
Catalonia plans to shorten work hours—but don’t call it the end of the siesta.
Bloomberg Philanthropies teams up with French cities trying to break out of the national mold.
A German report suggests sustainable success more than two years after a wage law took effect.
Visitors are underestimating the country’s dangers—and taking locals for granted.
A food fight is breaking out in Marseille, where officials are casting the meat vendors as the enemies of a slicker, sleeker city center.
How do you future-proof railway stations, metro hubs, and bus terminals? Urban planner Caroline Bos has a few pointers.
If any city is ready for this “veritable revolution,” it’s Paris.
Madrid has taken several steps to address its brown cloud, but that’s not the main reason air pollution decreased last year.
The famously clean Austrian city boasts one of the world’s most innovative waste processing systems.
Is this the end of the (free) road for London’s cars?
As terror attacks and disasters meet political instability, London really is reeling this time.
After the attack on London Bridge, a campaign envisions an alternative to concrete barriers that would protect pedestrians and memorialize victims at the same time.
Residents of Grenfell Tower could be indirect victims of the city’s approach to “affordable” housing.
After a poor election showing, Britain's prime minister is courting a right-wing party that fights women’s rights and marriage equality. That might seriously stoke dormant tensions in Northern Ireland.
In response to rising tides, the city will give its river some much-needed space to breathe.
Theresa May’s Conservatives received a shocking drubbing in the U.K. elections. The results from one affluent London enclave offer a clue about why.
A groundbreaking architectural competition returns to Paris. Are its critics right to fear another fiasco?
The president’s criticism of Mayor Sadiq Khan’s response to the latest terror attack has put Prime Minister Theresa May in a very tight spot.