France now requires a COVID pass as a condition of entry to cafes, restaurants, galleries and museums, before boarding an aircraft or an intercity train.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
Japan's Do-Dodonpa ride blasts passengers from zero to 180 km/h in 1.56 seconds. It might be pushing the human skeleton beyond its limits.
My mate just got permission to leave Australia. Submitted the online application for a travel exemption and the next morning – permission granted.
Every year, with much fanfare, airlines and airport trumpet their accolades in the 'world's best' awards. But do these awards actually mean anything?
Want to get inside the business class lounge even when you're flying economy? You need status credits.
With the Delta variant on the rampage, many other countries have ramped up their entry requirements for leisure travellers.
How does a country dodge COVID-19? The list of countries that have been untouched by COVID-19 so far is small.
As much of eastern Australia feels the sting of yet another lockdown, what has the experience been in some other countries?
The European Medicines Agency has only authorised four vaccines - and the AstraZeneca vaccine used in Australia is not one of them.
Why we're locked into Australia, despite what it says in our passports.
Where in the world is air travel recovering fastest?
The latest COVID-19 outbreaks have come as a hammer blow to many would-be holidaymakers.
Even if we were allowed to go there, what would travelling around in Europe or the US look like? It's complicated.
Our pandemic performance is the yardstick by which other countries are measured, but it's come at a cost.
For all its horrors, the pandemic cured some things about travel that needed fixing – but they're coming back.