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Top 5 – Alternative India

Forget about the Taj Mahal, temples and talismans. Brionie Pereira digs a little deeper into India for experiences minus the clichés[READ]

London legacy

With its centuries of history and stream of modern attractions, London is the world’s most popular city with good reason, says Chris Peacock [READ]

ASTA Diary

ASTA Diary: January 13-17 Winter JazzFest, New York The festival’s 12th year will see hundreds of amateur and professional jazz musicians take over the music venues of New York.[READ]

Berlin Festival of Lights

Top 5: Light festivals around the world

With the first Lumiere London set to illuminate the UK capital from14-17 January, Farida Zeynalova rounds up five more events brightening up the world in 2016 [READ]

Woman at Chelsea Flower Show

Top flower shows around the world

As Londoners eagerly await the opening of Flower Show’s garden gates, Amelia Duggan rounds up the best galas worldwide for people with a passion for plants [READ]

What’s on this spring

Take a look at what is coming up across the USA and around the world this spring [READ]

Songkran Festival

Top 5 messy festivals

Tamsin Wressell explores just how messy some celebrations can get around the world [READ]

Easter celebrations in the Phillippines

Easter traditions around the world

Garry Astle takes a look at some of the less traditional ways of celebrating Easter as the religious holiday approaches [READ]

View from the John Hancock Center. Image: Getty

City Break: Chicago

From world-class museums and cutting-edge restaurants to its renowned comedy scene, Chicago makes a good case for being the American Midwest capital [READ]

Komsomolskaya Station.

City Break: Moscow

Moscow is a captivating mix of churches, grand 19th century mansions, expansive parks bordering the Moskva River and imposing Stalinist structures.[READ]

The Trevi Fountain, Rome

City Break: Rome

The Eternal City is so full of ancient artifacts and cultural icons that the sheer scale and diversity of them keeps you continually transfixed.[READ]

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