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The Sloanie life

As the skies start opening up and flights resume, London is an obvious destination to vacation. UK protocols s...

Two rejuvenating days at the Atmantan Wellness Centre

Around a three-hour drive away from Mumbai and spread over 40 acres of lush valley, the integrated wellness lu...
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The Tuscan escape

He’s the charming grandson of the famous shoemaker to Hollywood stars and shares his grandfather’s...

Lose yourself in the luxury of the Rajbari Bawali

Spending the last few months sighing every time you scour through your phone gallery and glimpse pictures of h...

Visit to Kartarpur Sahib was ardaas answered after 72 years

On the occasion of the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak in 2019, a stretch of road connecting Dera Baba N...

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Travel  /  Published 21.09.19

Posh Parisian pampering

I lived in Paris in the late ’70s and early ’80s, so my experiences of the city would probably be more ‘iconic’ than current. When you visit this city, think of yourself as a ‘flaneur’ —...
By Karen Anand in

Travel  /  Published 31.08.19

Fishing for piranhas in the Amazons

Heat. That’s first thing that hits you the moment you land in the Brazilian city of Manaus in the heart of the Amazon rainforest. That was how it was in July of 2014 under the socialist President Di...
By Angshuman Roy in

Travel  /  Published 19.10.18

Croatia's Hvar is a history buff's dream

Emma Thomson is an undergraduate student of the University of Glasgow, who has interned with t2...
By Emma Thomson in

Travel  /  Published 10.10.18

The tranquillity of picture-perfect Pahalgam

The Wills Lifestyle design team decodes the Kashmir collection for t2:...
By Smita Roy Chowdhury in

Travel  /  Published 06.10.18

Havana rolls with heritage, artists, vintage cars

Into an isletOnce the capital is behind you, the cities and towns get smaller and more local, giving you a different Cuban experience. Trinidad and Cienfuegos are beautiful spots to visit. The ‘Trin...
By Jaime Calle Moreno in

Travel  /  Published 10.08.19

Monsoon trekking in Maharashtra

If you love the rains and adventure is your middle name, then these monsoon treks are just what you need! Recently, The Telegraph was invited by Countryside Adventure Holidays on a trek with a moderat...
By Ushnota Paul in

Travel  /  Published 06.08.19

From Kerala to Cannes: A ‘roar trip’

We’ve already travelled for more than 3,500km, but this trip still feels surreal. The fact that we’re on our way hasn’t sunk in yet,” smiled Paul George Vedanayagam. One look at his itinerary ...
By Vedant Karia in

Travel  /  Published 27.07.19

Bellissimo Venice!

Venice is a city of infinite charm, history, art, quirky shopping and fun eating (if you stay clear of the tourist traps). Venice brings warmth to the soul and it fills you with a longing to return. F...
By Karen Anand in

Travel  /  Published 20.07.19

Sun-kissed Sicily

On the map, Sicilia or Sicily is that island just off the toe of Italy’s ‘boot’. This part of Italy was made famous by the Sicilian Mafia which received further attention with the book and movie...
By Natasha Celmi in

Travel  /  Published 13.07.19

Explore the visual, sensual and gustatory power of Kochi

Fort Kochi has transformed from a tree-lined, touristy enclave with Chinese fishing nets and Dutch colonial bungalows to an artsy, edgy neighbourhood with good restaurants and boutique hotels, galleri...
By Karen Anand in


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