After the discovery of the South African and Brazilian strains of coronavirus in the country, the government has issued a new set of travel guidelines.
In the British capital, a street can have many names—and surprises—if it’s been around for almost 2,000 years. | By Ellen Himelfarb
The Indian government has established bilateral air travel agreements with countries across the Middle East, Africa, Europe, North America and East Asia
The prettiest streets in Edinburgh are closed to motorised traffic. Is a pedestrian future afoot here and in other UNESCO sites? | By Bhakti Mathew
From military fortresses to pleasure palaces, castles in Wales come in all shapes and sizes.
Downing piping hot jalebis in Delhi, toddy tapping in Sri Lanka and spearfishing the dogtooth tuna in Mozambique—the chef's quests for distinct ingredients have taken him on adventures around the world.
A first in the U.K., if implemented, the procedure could exempt mandatory quarantine for those arriving from high-risk countries.
Grounded flights, shuttered restaurants, cancelled tours—the pandemic brings the hospitality industry to a halt.
From the Georgian Auckland Castle in Durham to Empire State Observatory in New York, there are a slew of monuments and museums across the world reopening after extensive restorations.
From Birmingham's canalside cafés to the brooding castle in Cardiff, nine World Cup host cities to visit during the World Cup 2019.