48 Hours in the City of Lights

Paris. The world capital of fashion, art, food and literature, home to wide tree lined boulevards, quaint crêpe stands, chic boutiques, classy art galleries and of course, iconic sights. The idea of covering the city in just two days seems impossible. But it isn’t. With a little thought and planning, you can make the most …

Tredelnik, Beer, Goulash: How Prague Feeds the Hungry Soul

At 1:30 in the afternoon we are as hungry as we are tired. Our feet are blistered, our bellies are rumbling, and we seem to have no energy to explore the city we had been looking forward to most. Travelling on a budget comes with its share of challenge and compromising on good food sometimes …

Mugaritz, Basque Country, ITC Dinner, and India: What chef Andoni thinks when he thinks food.

You may know him from the Netflix Original Series, The Final Table, or from the Michelin Guide. His restaurant, Mugaritz, located outside San Sebastián, Spain, has been on the top 10 of World’s 50 Best Restaurants for 12 consecutive years. He, meanwhile, he has retained his 2 Michelin Stars since 2006, even while keeping the …

Vienna: How to Explore World’s Most Beautiful City

Walking through Vienna is a bit like walking into the pages of a fairy-tale, as horses and carriages trot past ornate palaces, baroque churches, and gilded concert halls, you are transported into a world you have only imagined so far. The city centre is bursting with Imperial history, museums showcase some of the world’s finest …

Ghent: What to See, How to Reach, Where to Feast.

Ghent is often referred to as the hidden treasure of Belgium. A lesser-known university town, which is often overlooked in elaborate itineraries, happens to be an electric blend of traditional and modern.

Mystery, History, Culture & Art: How One City Is Home to It All.

A motley group of men dressed in blazers and hats, accompanied with accordions, cellos, and guitars, is performing at the sidewalk. Singing peppy songs, swaying to the beat, and smiling at passers-by, they have everyone’s attention: red vintage cars with black hoods slow down and wave at them, groups of school girls stop by and …

Things to do in Prague: Celebration Special

Czechoslovakia declared itself independent from the Austro-Hungarian Empire on 28th October 1918. Even though it was only the beginning many other struggles—occupation by Nazi Germany, Soviet Rule, and the Velvet Revolution—the date remains significant for the Czechs. The city celebrates its 100th year of independence this month and the celebrations are planned on a grand …

Bratislava: The Little Big City

Set along the Danube, corralled with thick wilderness and rich farmlands, Bratislava is a little known town that hides big experiences – a trait that has helped it earn the title of the Little Big City. After being the poor cousin of Prague for a long time, Bratislava came on its own in 1993 when …