Every day we post stories on destinations that inspire us, breaking travel news, tips for getting the most out of your holiday and personal accounts of our own adventures. So what exactly have our readers been most interested in during the month of July.
Here's a list of Flight Centre's most-read blogs in July, so you can catch-up and keep up with all things travel in this fascinating world of ours.
The ash cloud from the Mount Raung volcano eruption in Bali disrupted numerous travellers heading into and out of the country. Flight Centre kept its customers safe with 24-hour support and regular updates.
A surprisingly cold winter got many of our readers dreaming about warmer climes. It's no surprise then to see this preview of a holiday to Mauritius jump to the second spot.
Travel for Australians to Canada is changing in the future. At the beginning of the month, we gave our readers a rundown of what to expect come 2016.
A recent strike by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection delayed a lot of incoming passengers to Australia. We were on hand to offer some advice and information to our readers.
It's good to see culture and our neighbours across the Tasman still inspire many travellers. This little piece offers a rundown of museums in one of the North Island's major cities.
Budget airline Jetstar made headlines back in 2014 after cutting its carry-on baggage allowance. The changes are clearly still relevant today with a lot of travellers needing advice on what they can bring aboard.
Greece's recent financial crisis has injected the country into numerous news headlines. With travel in mind, Flight Centre published an article concerning money exchange and general advice for handling cash while travelling through the country.
Jetlag can be a pain for a lot of travellers. During July many readers were able to discover some handy tips for fighting it off, thanks to this helpful infographic.
It seems making the most out of stopovers is still as relevant today as it was back in 2012 when Lauren Burvill listed the best ways to turn your stopover into an additional holiday.
Back in 2014, the rules regarding carrying electronic and battery-powered devices onto planes changed slightly for passengers flying into and out of the United Kingdom and USA.