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Travel lovers speak about their holiday move this festive season

Some places are worth visiting

The Telegraph Published 05.11.23, 07:40 AM

Agra has always been a fascinating place for me. I would love to spend this holiday in Agra and explore the culturally and historically rich city of the Mughals.

Shreyoshee Roy


This season, I plan to holiday in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The glistening sand, blue-green waves, tall coconut trees and of course its historical importance attract me no end. The vibe of the Andamans seems to be unparalleled to me.

Rishav Bhakat

I would love to say “the theatres” because Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour has come on November 3 and I can’t wait to watch it. I have been waiting for it for a long time and finally it’s here. I am excited to meet my fellow Swifties and scream my lungs out together in the theatre, make the most of the day. I am sure it’s going to be a mesmerising experience and can’t wait to be there as soon as possible and experience this magical time. Since Indian Swifties did not get a chance to be a part of the tour, finally we are experiencing it as a movie and it is going to be no less.

Pamela Rana

I have plan of holidaying in Murshidabad this season. I love to visit historical spots and the district of Murshidabad of our state has in it so many such places that have immense significance in history. I want to see all those places staying in Murshidabad.

Sourish Misra

After working vigorously for months, a short but comfortable holiday acts a perfect detox for most of us. This period allows me to spend time with my family, have fun with my friends and get my hands on something new and interesting. This season I have planned to stroll down the streets of my city exploring its major attractions as well as munching on some delicious street food. Walking down the lanes of Calcutta always gives me an insight into the inspiring lives of the dedicated craftsmen working in their small workshops and unleashing their creativity. The lit up streets, the happy faces and the exuberant ambience sums up the sobriquet ‘City of Joy’ beautifully.

Aayman Anwar Ali

I am planning to travel to Bishnupur, Bankura, with my amigos this season. The place is famous for its rich heritage of temples made out of terracotta by the Malla rulers during the 18th century. I hope the plan turns out to be a great success!!!

Nayanika Saha

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