If you don't treat national flags with respect, you might find yourself facing public apologies, fines or even jail time.
Brian Johnston seemed destined to become a travel writer and author: he is an Irishman born in Nigeria and raised in Switzerland, who has lived in Britain and China.
Forget beautiful landscapes - nothing beats seeing your bag come down that chute and on to the baggage carousel.
All the world's most extreme places are reachable by adventurous travellers, though few of us might have the skills or patience to get there.
From fish fossils to vintage cars to a stately home in the Scottish baronial style: these museums house a surprisingly rich bounty.
Australia's mining towns are reminders of the dreams that built the country.
"See it before it gets ruined" might be a tourist-trade cliché, but when it comes to our beaches, many are indeed on borrowed time.
We can cruise at home and have glorious choices: rust-red Kimberley gorges; reefs and sapphire-sea islands in Queensland; forest-draped bays in misty Tasmania.
One cruise company is ready to give future passengers a rare close up.
The famous Cable Beach is just one of the highlights to be found in this remote WA town.
Gwyneth Paltrow is one of the big names Celebrity Cruises has snared in its launch of Celebrity Beyond.
Cruise fans are bursting to get onboard again - and the cruise companies are doing all they can to make that happen safely.
Western Sydney is often the subject of dismissive stereotypes and generally ignored by tourists.
When the pandemic is over, you may find you want a longer holiday than usual. Here are the world's longest.
In the clearest sign yet that the cruise drought is ending, a fresh fleet of ships is set to sail out in 2021.
Emerald Azzurra, new for Emerald Cruises in January 2022, has recorded strong bookings for its inaugural season.