Jane E. Fraser suggests the amount of cash you need to survive overseas.
Heading to the oldest parts of a city delivers the richest rewards, writes Kerry van der Jagt.
Steve McKenna lets his hair down, and his belt buckle out, in the hottest spot south of Havana.
Will we have any problems taking a UK-based hire car into Europe?
The mystery tour is making a comeback, writes Jane E. Fraser.
What are the 'must-see' places on the drive from Launceston to Hobart?
How formal are 'formal' evenings on cruise ships?
Conquer the torturous systems in the British rail network and uncover a wealth of savings.
Meditation, paw paw oil, kissing and booze - celebrities and corporate high-flyers have a myriad of methods to cope with long-haul flights.
Many Australian travellers don't mean to be rude, but when they don't do their research they run the risk of being unwittingly offensive.
Flying on the cheap? James Smith shops around for the best deals.
Families come in all shapes and sizes these days, writes Jane E. Fraser.
Cruising has become very popular and it can become confusing because there are so many price options.
Planning a trip to Europe, and counting the cost? Here are the best ways to make your trip easier and save you money.
Who gets an upgrade and who gets bumped? How can you avoid baggage fees? Why do airfares change several times in one day?
Be it saving bears, unearthing ruins or chasing miracles, special-interest tours get you to the heart of the action.
We are heading to Beijing at the beginning of July. Is it better to organise day tours from here or wait until we arrive?
It might take longer but public transport can be a real eye-opener, writes Jane E. Fraser.
David Whitley saves a pretty penny as he enjoys eating his words at an innovative Geneva cafe.
Leah McLennan If you need to know the best credit card for collecting Qantas frequent flyer points so you can take off on a dream holiday, then read on.