Voted 2017’s Best European Destination, Porto the second largest city in Portugal is historic yet trendy, cultured yet bohemian. We find out ten insider secrets of this undeniable charming city.
Mallorca, a Mediterranean star that shines with its beautiful beaches and remote mountains, is also the largest island in the Balearic Islands archipelago, Spain. Here are some gorgeous images of the magnificent beauty that you should treat your eyes to, this summer.
Going off the beaten path in France has never been easier. We chart a course through Picardy, the French capital’s neighbouring region.
Six cities in Europe are poised to emerge as the must-visit if you want to experience Europe in a unique way. Experience their culture, beauty and postcard-worth views before they become touristy.
In Scotland’s picturesque countryside of Speyside, Travel +Leisure India went on a fabulous whiskey trail through Scotland in the distilleries of Chivas Regal and Glenlivet Distillery. Here, we witnessed the art of blending whiskey. Find out where you should go for the best experience!
There’s no better way to travel the medieval city of Bruges than on a bicycle—cruising through breweries with the best beers and cafés with the best hot chocolate of the world.
The fantasy of living in a medieval castle comes alive in Ireland at these grand hotels that make you feel like a peer of the realm.
Are you reaching for another milestone birthday this year without having done something adventurous to talk about? We’ve brought you an outrageous idea for your next vacation. Iceland is for those who’ve been saving up for that one trip that needs you to go all out.
If you’re heading to the city of love this Valentine’s Day, amuse yourself by exploring Paris through Woody Allen’s eyes by taking a trail through the filming locations of his famous movie, Midnight in Paris.
Here are some fun facts about Germany if you’re travelling to the country this spring break. Germany has been one of the top tourist destinations in the world for quite some time now. The cultural exposure is immense and there’s something for everybody to pursue. Here are some fun facts […]
Segovia is a small but significant place. When you’re visiting this quaint city, experience it with your senses of smell, taste, and sight.
The ‘little big man’ in the black tuxedo, Charlie Chaplin, with his trademark wobbling gait, iconic moustache, bowler hat and cane, reminded his audiences to laugh through the dark times. Chaplin’s World, in Switzerland, is an ideal tribute.
A town that has mostly known wines for centuries, is being introduced to a new wave of microbreweries. Amrita Das visits the Spanish town of Córdoba to find how the locals are handling the change.
The iron-and-glass San Miguel Market in Madrid beckons travellers with its delicious food, great ambience, and historic significance.
Take a leap of faith at Chamonix’s newly-opened Le Pas dans le Vide that takes the thrill of stepping into the beyond to the next level.
The region of Catalonia is ‘not Spanish.’ This autonomous region has escaped from within Spain’s conspicuous boundaries by asserting itself through every conceivable difference they’ve had—the history and art, language and culture, national flag and holidays, cuisine and of course, football.
In Spain’s Seville, there is a predominant cycle culture, and the city beckons every traveller to pedal on its quaint tracks. T+L writer Amrita Das recounts that it’s fun, exhilarating, and reminds her of home.
The Danish capital demands a little loyalty as you leave, by catching you off-guard when it evokes your hidden Viking instinct—the love for sailing, finds Anwesha Sanyal.
Cotswolds and Yorkshire are not just about gentle hills, glorious villages, and old mansions anymore. Anand Kapoor sets out on a driving holiday and discovers stylish boutiques, vibrant cafes, Michelin-starred restaurants, and several charming villages.
The Aosta Valley is a plush secret long privy to European cognoscenti. But even if you aren’t ready to ski up a storm swathed in Prada, it serves up Michelin-starred pampering and an alluring après-ski scene.
Iceland has been attracting filmmakers and tourists. If you’re not too sure where to start the adventure, here’s a list to add to your itinerary.
Deep in the valleys of the French frontier, T+L writer Siddharth Dasgupta begins to suspect that the soul of the country might well lie far away from its celebrated cities.
From art galleries to igloos, mulled wine to skiing, Austria in winters is dreamy, beautiful, and all that you need when the temperatures start falling extremely low.
Squeezed between the better-known Princes Street and George Street lies this little lane, Rose Street in Edinburgh.
Wakeboarding, archery, the Giant’s Causeway, stomach-churning drives, sea safari, body zorbing, pontoon jumping, and windsurﬁng—Ireland can be an adrenaline-pumping adventure sans the countryside, autumn ﬂowers, and rolling hills.
Matterhorn has the history of the mountain sprinkled over it—from T-shirts and brand advertisements with Matterhorn puns to history books and brochures. This is our guide to what to do in this beautiful Swiss town.