Despite international travel restrictions, the pandemic hasn’t raised levels of domestic tourism. But it has changed what people do in the UK.
COVID-19 has intensified wanderlust – but also the need for mindful, ethical travel.
Australians will soon need to prove they’re fully vaccinated to do things like travel overseas and visit restaurants and pubs.
A special gallery in London’s Kew Gardens allows the visitor to travel the world via the 800-plus detailed paintings of Marianne North, Victorian-era adventurer and botanical artist.
Australians who normally live overseas will face an even tougher time coming back to Australia, under new rules that start this week.
As global travel resumes, now is the perfect time to establish new conversations for what ethical travel might look like.
Dying in Varanasi is everyday. That’s not to say dying is ordinary. On the contrary, it is a sacred art form, a spiritual passage that is part of the daily practice of living.
Good information and appropriate facilities are in short supply.
From the towering sweet treats of Athens to the place where rituals saw young girls become fierce bears — there is much to explore on this day trip.
Parents face tough choices since young kids can’t yet get COVID-19 vaccinations. An infectious diseases expert offers guidance on navigating summer activities.
Walking in the footsteps of First Nations peoples provides an alternative to overseas travel and an opportunity to reflect.
Of all the places to be right now, picking your way between sculptures in the French countryside, with a glass of wine to finish, sounds ideal.
As the prospect of international travel becomes increasingly complicated, it’s worth considering more unconventional options
A public monument, a place of memory and a crumbling testament to how far we’ve come. A centuries old church in windy Suffolk, England, is a world away.
At the beginning of 2020, author John Willsteed had plans to revisit Barcelona’s towering Gaudí cathedral. He’s still planning and dreaming of its scale and detail.
A queen with a reputation for scandal, Marie Antoinette enjoyed her private spaces with a small circle of friends. A mirrored room kept the judgments of the outside world at bay.
How does the spirit of Byron Byron endure wave after wave of seekers and lately, Instagram influencers? Sally Breen took a road trip and found a something deeper in the beachy township.
Exploring the history of quarantine hotels reveals ambivalences and inequities that continue to fuel debates over their effectiveness in the era of COVID-19.
Large Canadian cities, usually major tourist destinations, have have experienced drastic declines in tourists and tourism spending while some regional hotspots have been overwhelmed with visitors.
The pandemic has highlighted our expat population. And yet we don’t have precise or up-to-date information about Australians overseas.