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This summer, Florence’s Uffizi Gallery will spread its collection across Italy | Condé Nast Traveller India | International

Advertisements Advertisements The Uffizi Gallery Museum in Florence, Italy. Photo: Laura Lezza / Contributor As one of the oldest museums in the world, Florence’s Uffizi Gallery houses remarkable 13th- to 18th-Century works from the likes of Botticelli, Correggio, da Vinci, Raffaello, Michelangelo, and Caravaggio. And soon, you’ll be able to see these Italian works outside of Florence—at museums […]

These countries are now open to vaccinated travellers | Condé Nast Traveller India

A negative RT-PCR test has been a ticket to visit countries with travel bubble agreements through the pandemic. However, with several countries requiring you to quarantine at home or a centre for seven to 14 days, travel has been largely restricted. Now, a ‘vaccine passport’—a document that proves you have been inoculated against COVID-19—is easing […]

How does your dog feel about you travelling again? | Condé Nast Traveller India

Advertisements Advertisements Photo: Jaromir Chalabala/ Shutterstock.com In early February, I boarded a flight from Bhopal to Pune for the first time in more than 10 months. While I was pretty nervous about travelling post lockdown, I didn’t factor in the anxiety that my eight-year-old labrador would be experiencing due to this temporary separation. At the […]

Done with Delhi, he set up this beautiful sunlit homestay in Dharamshala | Condé Nast Traveller India

Advertisements Advertisements This special series invites you into the homes of interesting people in interesting places. Read the other stories here. One morning a few years ago, Honey Lamba woke up and decided to quit it all—his well-paid job, Delhi home and fancy car. Disenchantment with city life had eventually grown into disgust.  Lamba was […]

Jaipur’s all-new, all-vegetarian restaurant is vastly Instagrammable | Condé Nast Traveller India | India

Advertisements Advertisements The outer courtyard of The Johri that leads to the restaurant and soon-to-open cocktail bar. I have my first bite of Jaipur’s zero-sized peas at The Restaurant at The Johri. The variety is famous enough for a shopkeeper down the lane to export his produce to Dubai and Japan, but it’s somehow escaped […]