The ICC Cricket World Cup in England and Wales promises electrifying matches and travel escapades for the ages.
There's no better time to experience the capital's architecture and eye-popping museums than between World Cup matches.
From Birmingham's canalside cafés to the brooding castle in Cardiff, nine World Cup host cities to visit during the World Cup 2019.
Beer lovers don't need a reason to go to Oktoberfest but if you are not, a newly-minted convert makes a strong case.
The country, which is hosting FIFA World Cup 2018, has a rich and storied treasure trove of history, culture, nature and food for travellers to enjoy.
You might be a casual observer or a die-hard enthusiast. Either way, travelling to see football’s most awaited spectacle is a journey guaranteed for the memory books.
It’s affordable, it’s adventurous and it’s the best time, really.
The city is a testament to Russia's raw energy.
Russia's 'sports' capital' thrums with Tatar culture.
The Baltic seaside city is home to high culture and art.
From beaches to ski slopes, Sochi can very well be Russia's 'fun capital'.
From dietary preferences to decoding basic Russian, here’s your guide to navigating the country.
They aren't Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan or Sochi, but Russia's other cities hold many charms.
Kitesurfing adventures on Diani Beach.
Surviving altitude sickness in the world's highest capital.
Over 500 years ago, the Urus left land and made their homes on the water.
Finding a lifesaver in the forbidden coca.
The Domus was a 200-acre ecosystem of grandeur.
Up the crumbling ruins of Macchu Picchu's neighbour, Wayna Picchu.