Top 5 Star Hotels in Jaipur

Top 5 Star Hotels in Jaipur

A comfortable accommodation is the first thing you look for in your holiday tour. And we ensure that you get the most comfortable one in your budget when you take up the Jaipur Tour Package. We also make the arrangements for your comfortable stay in the Rajasthan Tour Package. Top 5star hotels in Jaipur The hotels in Jaipur display lavish and princely hospitality. The hotels are also equipped with modern amenities and facilities. Few popular star hotels in Jaipur are: Taj Jai Mahal Palace The massive hotel in the heart…

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Amsterdam may be a ‘party city’ but you could be fined for rowdy behaviour

Amsterdam may be a ‘party city’ but you could be fined for rowdy behaviour

Amsterdam on Thursday warned rowdy British and Dutch tourists who “party excessively” in the city that they could face stiff fines, in the latest campaign to halt drunken mayhem on the streets. The campaign specifically targets men aged between 18 to 34 years, who are increasingly attracted by the freewheeling Dutch capital’s beer-drinking and soft-drug culture, as well as the salacious draw of its red light district. Enticed by cheap travel, groups of young men — mainly from elsewhere in the Netherlands or Britain — frequently roam the inner city’s…

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Brussels is gorgeous. Here are the 6 best places to visit

Brussels is gorgeous. Here are the 6 best places to visit

If you want to experience Mother Nature in all her glory, Brussels is where you need to be. Sunbeams pierce the sky while birds chirp, spring has arrived in Flanders. The capital in particular comes alive with floral beauty. Here are six of the best locations to discover Brussels: Meise Botanical Garden Just outside of the capital, you can find a green patchwork of plants 18,000 of them to be precise. In the spring, the budding flowers in Brussels’ Meise Botanical Garden provide a colourful spectacle. Stroll through this ‘green…

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Searching for the soul of Florence – the travel secrets of a local

Searching for the soul of Florence – the travel secrets of a local

Sarah Marshall takes an expert-led tour of Florence and finds its artistic spirit still aflame CREDIT:TIMARBAEV/TIMARBAEV Exploding in shades of magenta, mauve and violet, unfurling iris blooms dance on the breezy slopes of Viale dei Colli, one of the few green areas in this stone-built Tuscan city. Each spring, locals meander along stone paths shaded by olive trees, admiring entrants to the Concorso Internazionale dell’Iris, a competition celebrating the city’s emblematic giaggiolo flower. “This is one of my favourite places,” enthuses author Kamin Mohammadi. “It’s only open for two weeks of…

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DH talkback: Readers love our new travel supplement

DH talkback: Readers love our new travel supplement

The front page of the new DH Travel Supplement. DH readers are excited about and are enjoying our new four-page Travel supplement that began this past Saturday. Here’s some of the feedback that we’ve received so far: The new supplement, ‘Travel’, is mindblowing. I was totally excited about this new supplement! As a biker, I used to note down a few places reading the Spectrum supplement, now you guys have made it much more simple by providing the new dimensional supplement to readers! 😇 Thank You DeccanHerald! #cheerstogoodlife – Likith Raj In your Travel…

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Summer travel from A to Z

Summer travel from A to Z

(CNN) — No need to feel overwhelmed with the virtually infinite options for summer travel destinations and activities. Scroll through these 26 ideas — from A to Z. As you’ll see with Z, some spots are a little risqué. Beaches receive an inordinate amount of summer attention, but the most head-clearing escapes are often high in the mountains. The luxurious Belmond Andean Explorer train crosses the spine of the jaw-dropping Peruvian Andes. Check out the full journey: Hop aboard the Andean Explorer Grills are being fired up the world over, but some…

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12 incredibly useful travel apps you didn’t know about until now

12 incredibly useful travel apps you didn’t know about until now

Have smartphone, will travel. Nowadays, your phone may operate in many different countries, or you can easily stick a SIM card into the slot and pick up a local data plan. Another option is to keep your phone off and only use Wi-Fi whenever you find it. In short, your phone is still useful when you travel, and you can access your apps in seaports and souks around the globe. Many apps are designed to enhance the travel experience – to help you navigate, dine, pack, plan, and photograph your…

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18 best places to travel for the summer of 2018

18 best places to travel for the summer of 2018

(CNN) — Deciding where to take that long-anticipated summer vacation can be a daunting challenge. Consider one of the following destinations where off-season deals, fewer crowds or special events make this the right time to go. Here are 18 great places to travel in the summer of 2018: 1. St. Barts While some of the island’s more famous hotels are still closed due to damage from hurricanes Irma and Maria (Hotel Le Toiny, Le Guanahani), about 60% of St. Barts’ villas have reopened, with some new additions. The five-star Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa just introduced two…

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Nutritionists pick best travel snacks

Nutritionists pick best travel snacks

(CNN) – Traveling can wreak havoc on our diets, but packing a nutritious snack or meal before heading out the door can get us started on the right healthy eating track and perhaps give us a bit of wiggle room for indulgences before arriving at our destination. But what travel foods are the most munch-worthy? To find out, I asked 10 nutritionists for their favorite snacks or meals when traveling by road or air. Below, their responses. Nut butter and jam sandwich “Individual containers having no more than 3 ounces…

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GDPR Regulation to Change Health Travel Practices

GDPR Regulation to Change Health Travel Practices

Health travel professionals must redesign their security risk strategies in view of a new privacy law known as General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, which takes effect across the EU of May 25, and establishes the conditions under which personal data on EU patients may be collected and processed by healthcare providers. In view of steep penalties, health travel industry stakeholders are now required to establish a GDPR compliance program which will assess the organization’s current level of compliance and detect loopholes; conduct audits of all personal data processed by the organization and review data-protection policies providing a…

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