Travel alerts were the order of the month in March, with electronics and immigration bans and Cyclone Debbie wreaking havoc with travel plans. But there were a few bright points in your favourite travel blogs last month, from in-flight tips and tricks, to gorgeous spots in New York, Venice and Asia, plus a few surprises thrown in. In case you missed them, here are the Top 10 travel blogs of March.
A US federal judge has blocked President Donald Trump’s latest revised executive order reintroducing a travel ban imposed on certain countries, which was due to take effect on March 16. Until further notice, there is no travel ban in place for citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria or Yemen.
The UK and US Governments have banned electronic devices larger than a phone in the cabins of direct flights that originate in parts of the Middle East and North Africa.
Flight Centre’s airfare experts have crunched the numbers to find the international services more likely to have several empty seats.
Venice has a rich and diverse architectural style with Byzantine and Ottoman influences dating back centuries, the most famous of which feature a blend of grand Renaissance and Gothic construction. Here are 10 buildings not to miss in Venice.
For the best advice on flying with tots, teens, tweens and in-betweens, go straight to the experts – parents! We asked our Flight Centre Travel Experts, who are also parents themselves, how to ace an overseas or interstate flight with the whole family in tow.
We’ve got the inside scoop on Brisbane’s ice cream scene, plus we’ve helpfully curated a list of ice cream festivals around the world to keep you sated until the next Brisbane Ice Cream Festival rolls around. Prepare for a brain freeze!
There’s no better way to end the day in a new city than watching the sunset and the city lights ignite from a rooftop bar perched above it all. From rubbing shoulders with Tokyo’s elite to drinking with Singapore’s creative crowd, here’s our pick of Asia’s best rooftop bars.
We’re taking Sunrise on a magical Mystery Tour of the USA – and you get to decide where they go! Choose from 15 mystery locations in Hawaii, California, Nevada, Texas and the South. To help get you thinking, here are some of the highlights of each destination.
These seven places devoted to the worship of good authentic pizza definitely won’t judge if you decide to demolish a whole pie by yourself (and yep they call them pizza pies, too).
Some airports have reopened after Cyclone Debbie lashed the north Queensland coast, hitting Hamilton Island, Airlie Beach, Bowen and Mackay the hardest.