A writer goes in search of the city beloved in the cinema of its greatest filmmaker, Wong Kar-Wai.
Vintage family photos, letters to world leaders and Nehru’s personal library—this graceful mansion in Lutyens’ enclave is rooted in important markers of post-colonial India.
Talismans of good fortune—Japanese waving cats, Egyptian scarabs—serve as meaningful souvenirs and symbols of hope in hard times. | By Eve Conant
India’s most iconic tourist attraction is bracing for a tough season ahead, perhaps made a little bearable by the prospect of local travellers.
Scandinavian legends and landscapes inspire fairy tales, films, and tourist attractions, including goofy giants by a Danish ‘recycle art activist.’
Azerbaijan's Nasimi Festival brings out the beauty of the Eurasian capital as scholars and poetry lovers across the globe descend upon this artistic epicentre.
Triplicane, the city’s heritage quarter, teems with a multiculturalism that was bequeathed by its sophisticated erstwhile Mughal influences.
Near Belgrade, drive to misty mountains, a village made from a film set, and farmstays serving traditional Serbian meals.
Whistle-stop tours, replicas of dinosaur footprints and a rich repository of van Gogh’s masterpieces—these museums house an impressive collection of wonderful and quirky finds.
From Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, these are the homes we’d Zoom from if we could. | By Cait Etherton