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Nothing and everything, spiritual India has it all

India is nothing and everything, and so much that leaves appreciating tourists utterly speechless, writes Kip Brook

 


Sublime splendour: Boston

In part one of our US travel special, Lola Cristall heads to two hotels in Boston, Massachusetts, for two of the city’s more sumptuous experiences

 


To sir (Jonathan Gold), with love

Derek Poirier experiences a slimmed-down but sentimental reinvention of the Taste of LA, one of the US’s pre-eminent food festivals
Photographed by the author

 


You can’t hear yourself think in Canggu

Those exotic playgrounds aren’t what you expect when they haven’t coped with growth, with noise pollution the unwelcome consequence, as Stanley Moss discovers in Canggu, Bali
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Holiday style, the fashion designer’s way

Christian Cowan, the British fashion designer to superstars including Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and rapper Cardi B, and Booking.com style ambassador, shares his holiday style secrets

 


Delirious Dubrovnik

Stanley Moss finds a gem on the peninsula near Dubrovnik, a discreet, deluxe hotel with first-class food in a personal, authentic setting
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


On a sea of bliss

Jody Miller sets sail on Norwegian Cruise Lines’ “blissful” new endeavour

 


Return to Malta

Stanley Moss returns to Malta after a decade to find much has changed, but there’s still a tranquil safe haven in Mdina’s Xara Palace
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 

Sicily
A Silician gazetteer

Stanley Moss has first-hand advice on travelling in Sicilia, with tidbits the more popular guidebooks don’t tell you
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 

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The sensational, sensory, sumptuous seventh

Travelling to Paris, it pays to go off the beaten track, as Stanley Moss goes across the river to the 7th arrondissement, with two recently opened and very chic properties near the Tour Eiffel
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 

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Unexpected journeys

MG’s new SUV, the GS, proved the perfect companion as Jack Yan and Amanda Satterthwaite head to Otago and Southland, with an unexpected detour early in their trip
Photographed by the authors

 


Guilty pleasures

Lola Cristall has found some very chic, must-visit dining spots in New York, Washington and Baltimore, including some hidden gems
Main photograph by Wayne E. Chinnock

 


California’s Costa Mesa: the new mecca

Jody Miller heads to Orange County and the city of Costa Mesa, now a true food and shopping escape for Californians
Photographed by Elyse Glickman

 


A voyage of the senses

Lola Cristall travels across the US east coast—to Baltimore, Washington, New York and Boston—to experience some of the country’s luxurious and stylish spots

 


From fab in San Fran, to new in New York

Lola Cristall has her finger on the pulse with two of the US’s must-visit hot spots, one on each coast: Hotel Via in San Francisco and Oscar Wilde in New York City

 


Tahitian treasures

Jack Yan and Amanda Satterthwaite travel to Tahiti for a summer getaway, relishing the culture of Papeete and beauty of Bora-Bora, while Taha’a—especially the private island resort of Le Taha’a—was a true luxury escape from the pressures of everyday life
Photographed by the authors
From issue 38 of
Lucire

 


Telenovelas, the Andes and the mysterious Moai

Elina Lukas takes a 15-hour flight from the UK to Argentina, with Easter Island on her must-see list—with memorable sights and countries to cross en route
Photographed by the author
From issue 38 of
Lucire

 


The Mille Miglia: where pageantry reigns

Stanley Moss heads to the start of the 2017 Mille Miglia, where motor racing takes a back seat to the spectator sport of celebrity-spotting
Photographed by Paula Sweet; additional photographs by the author

 


Return to the Biennale

Stanley Moss returns to the Biennale di Venezia, spending three days at the 2017 event. While many countries excelled, some exhibits left question marks
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Notes on Napa

Lola Cristall has four treats from California’s Napa Valley that might not figure on a regular visitor’s calendar
Photographs courtesy Napa Valley Wine Train and BottleRock

 


Unforgettable destinations for summer ’17

Stanley Moss travels to Zadar, Croatia, and explores the former Roman port with its ancient artefacts; and he discovers new destinations in Paris, Firenze and Vicenza
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Homes away from home

Jack Yan and Amanda Satterthwaite with part two of their South Island journey, as they settle in to Wanaka, their base for the next five days, before venturing along the west coast, via Franz Josef Glacier, to get home
Photographed by the authors

 


Anything can happen

Jenny Chang looks at the contrasts that Bangkok has to offer, from temples to nightlife
Photographed by the author

 


Otherworldly

Stanley Moss seeks a proper retreat, without too-trendy eco-adventure add-ons, and finds two unspoiled, isolated destinations in Eilean Shona in Scotland and Biby Gård in Sweden
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Phœnix rising

Design-driven resorts help refine and redefine the city’s identity as a destination, writes Elyse Glickman
Photographed by the author

 


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