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Calcutta Travel Guide

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Discovering Calcutta Today

T+L visits Calcutta, navigates teeming markets, inspects stunning temples, and uncovers rich history in the often overlooked Indian metropolis.

World's Most Mysterious Buildings

For stories you won’t forget, detour off the beaten path to these mysterious places.

Why We Travel

Travel has the power to transform places and people in an instant. T+L looks at why we go.

Vacationist Hotel Deals: Mexico, Thailand + Italy

Now that it’s shoulder season, we’re dreaming about far-flung getaways—places where we can leave the crowds behind. So whether you’re looking to stroll the cobblestone...

Jean-Paul Gaultier in India

Profession: Fashion Designer Destination: India

Bette Midler's Park Restoration Project

T+L sits down with the actor-entertainer-activist, whose eco project is changing the urban park experience, one garden at a time.

World's Most Scenic Train Rides

Travel the old-fashioned way for a front-row seat to the world’s most beautiful landscapes. All aboard!

Live From NY (or Galicia, or Finland, or Kolkatta)

I'm a sucker for a live feed. After returning home from a trip to Spain, I discovered a website linking to a camera in Galicia...

Delhi's New Beauty

The capital of India has become the capital of its collective ambition--in fashion, business, government, and more.

The Lord Mayor of Golftown: Pinehurst

One warm summer afternoon a year ago, I was standing in the Old Sport Gallery in the heart of Pinehurst when my cellphone rang and...
HOTELS

Oberoi Grand

The Grand has been a source of civic pride and a landmark of social arrival for more than a century. A vast block-long pile at the heart of the city’s main thoroughfare, Jawaharlal Nehru Road... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Kewpie's Kitchen

Tuck into a plate of yellow lentils and the river fish called begti at this landmark restaurant in the southern part of town. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Indian Museum

This, the country’s largest museum, is a vast and stolid colonial edifice full of unheralded oddities and treasures hidden in plain sight. more ›


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