Chef-restaurateurs Jaci and Monty Koludrovic have some advice if you see a celebrity in LA.
With an eye always out for great street eats and the dream bargain, travel writer Belinda Jackson hunts down the best travel deals for Sunday Traveller each week. She has a particular soft spot for the wilds of the Middle East, scarves and carpets.
AC by Marriott Melbourne Southbank has opened in a flurry of paella and churros.
Avoid high heels – it's a big city and you'll be walking lots. Comfort is king in Berlin.
Once a shabby affair, Cairo's newer Terminals 2 and 3 fall in with international expectations.
Avocado milk, purple taro or Thai iced tea are refreshing alternatives to coffee.
Everything simply works in this brand-new hotel, ideally located for arriving or departing travellers.
Terminal 3 is dedicated solely to Etihad flights, while T1 and T2 are for the other airlines. You'd think the government would therefore splash out on this terminal, but the décor is a positively utilitarian grey.
EgyptAir, which turns 90 this year, doesn't have the bling of its Gulf rivals, but is a worthy alternative that is often cheaper.
Don't ever order a cappuccino with a meal unless it's breakfast, and never after midday.
Inside the Ministry of Spies, the air is cool and the museum is almost silent.
Swedish people love friluftsliv (outdoor life). Beautiful in winter beneath its blanket of snow, one of my favourite winter activities is to walk on a frozen lake on a sunny day.
Now that the world is gradually reopening to us, Traveller asked 10 top chefs to name the dish they've missed the most during Australia's exile from the rest of the world.
Going up, going down, this town's been busy during lockdown.
Will Hodgett is the co-founder and director of Two Palms Media Europe and has lived in Munich since 2014.
They might be 4500 years old, but there's change afoot around the Pyramids of Giza.