Travel Articles

We’re here to let you know that today is looking extra saucy. Why? Because it’s World Pasta Day! As if we needed any further excuse to devour our favourite pillow of gnocchi or slurp on fettuccine....
Often described as a land of contrasts, India is also one of the world’s most romantic destinations with an intriguing mix of ancient forts, beautiful palaces, sparkling lakes and gorgeous beaches – a...
If you love Gorgonzola cheese, have a huge obsession for tasting excellent risotto and love exploring wineries – Novara should be your next holiday destination....
Although Piedmont is seen as a very humble destination, Michelle Tchea discovers the region, thanks to hard-working families is, in fact, the perfect hub to feed a growling stomach....
Home to one of Europe’s most active volcanoes and well-preserved ruins of Greek temples, Sicily is just off the ‘toe’ of Italy’s ‘boot’....
From campsites in the outback that take you to another planet, to beachside vistas, white sandy beaches and national parks – Australia has some of the most spectacular places around the globe to pitch...
In Summer, Japan looks breathtaking with mind-blowing festivals and events, beautiful flower fields and gardens - one of the best ways to take advantage of all on offer is to embark on a cruise, that ...
We asked George to share with us his three must-see places and must-eat dishes when visiting the homeland, just in time for Greek Independence Day, March 25....
This is David Ellis' last STRUTH! column. David passed away on Friday, March 1. Our thoughts are with his family and we say thank you to David, who lived an amazingly full and adventurous life....
Haven't heard of Stonyridge? It's where the celebrities hang out when visiting Auckland....
Near Long Compton village in England’s Cotswolds, a couple of hours out of London....
One of Australia’s oldest cities, Launceston is a vibrant hub for food, wine, culture and nature. Each February the city plays host to the annual three-day Festivale food and wine event, featuring int...
Autentyk, in Poland, is one of those restaurants you don't want to share with other foodies, but you know you have to because, yes... it's a gourmand's ultimate destination, writes Michelle Tchea....
In 2000, Hollywood movie ‘The Beach’ brought Thailand’s coastal beauty into lounge rooms around the globe. We watched Leonardo DiCaprio as he and a group of travellers found a pristine, uninhabited an...
It's easy to overlook Dusseldorf when you have exciting cities like Berlin and the Black Forest offering excellent culinary escapes in Germany. However, if you are looking for a quick escape with luxu...
There's a restaurant in Italy that has only one table, and that table only has two chairs. Say hello to the world's smallest restaurant....
Imagine walking 11,000 km across five countries… just for the fun of it! Former Perth builder Alex Johnson has not only strolled his way through the Camino de Santiago in Spain, but was so bitten by t...
Long the home of Spring Break students from the United States, Cancun has also established itself as a go-to Caribbean destination for holidaymakers the world over. Surrounded by the breathtaking crys...
Taking a Hue Cooking Class in South Vietnam really is a labour of love, as AGFG’s Kerrie Thomson recently found out....
David Ellis is about to step aboard the little river boat Toum Tiou 1 in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City for a trip up the mighty Mekong River to Siem Reap in Cambodia, he suddenly baulks at what he sees l...