Tourist’s fury over lunch receipt

The receipt showing the price for just six pieces of calamari at the DK Oyster

深圳风采投注 A popular restaurant has been slammed online, after a customer claims he had to pay AU$840 for six plates of squid for lunch.

Game of Thrones set you have to visit

The Royal Alcazar of Seville at the Courtyard of the Maidens. It is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, and was the set of the palace in Dorne.

The long-awaited final season of the hit show is finally here, but there are plenty of places to revisit after it’s all over.

Furious Disneyland guests slam protest

Disneyland's Main Street entrance area was eventually closed off to guests due to the protests.

Guests at Disneyland Paris were met with rubbish and toilet paper rolls after a protest from disgruntled employees got out of control.

Laziest job pays $26,000 for two months

Young woman in bed

If you like travel, sleep, and money, this is the perfect role for you — and all you have to do is go to Germany for a couple of months.

Red-light district tours banned

Amsterdam bans 'disrespectful' red-light district tours as of 2020

It’s one of Amsterdam’s biggest attractions, but as of 2020 — tourists will no longer be able to flock and gawk at their red-light district.

Qantas’ multimillion-dollar airport spat


A multimillion-dollar spat between Qantas and a major airport is holding up the airline’s planned new route from Perth to Paris, according to CEO.

Airline’s embarrassing Twitter fail

Ryanair's attempt to diss British Airways on Twitter didn't go so well.

Ryanair thought it would publicly poke fun at British Airways after it accidentally flew a plane to the wrong city. But it didn’t go down well.

Buried Viking discovery stuns experts

This handout picture released on March 25, 2019 by Vestfold Fylkeskommune shows an image generated from a georadar, showing a ship's grave that is probably originated from the Viking Age, on a plain among the burial mounds in Borreparken in Vestfold, eastern Norway. (Photo by Vestfold Fylkeskommune / NTB scanpix / AFP) / - Norway OUT / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / FYLKES KOMMUNE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

Archaeologists have found what they believe is a buried Viking-era ship in a region of Norway that is likely to also be a tomb.

Bizarre job ad could earn you $52k

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If you’re planning a working trip overseas, this nanny job could be for you — especially if you’re a fan of playing dress-ups.

Country confuses all with weird tourism ad

Proof we're not making this up.

This European nation has taken a particularly odd approach to its latest tourism campaign, which has a clear reference to sex trafficking, of all things.

Instagram photos spark outrage

People are stick of tourists and influencers taking photos in this Paris street. Picture:

This pretty Parisian street is an Instagrammer’s paradise, but people now say these tourists like this woman are going way too far.

Vineyard lets you sleep in wine barrel

QUINTA DA PACHECA - WINE BARRELS Quinta Da Pacheca Hotel. Picture: Quinta Da Pacheca

Turns out you can actually glamp in a giant wine barrel at this incredible vineyard. Yes way, rosé.

Outrage over beloved pasta dish

Sunday Mail - Looking Forward - Beef and lamb recipes. Spaghetti bolognese.

It is a meal known and loved by people around the world. But if you’re looking to order it in Virginio Merola’s town, you’ll be out of luck.

Tourists fined $4000 for wearing thongs

RendezView. Thongs. (Pic: iStock)

It may be Australia’s national shoe, but the humble double plugger will land you in big trouble in this hugely popular tourist region.

Tourists kicked off popular islands

Mykines, Faroe Islands, Denmark

This is a growing tourist destination that’s suddenly become off-limits to visitors. Here’s why it had to make that decision.

Bold plan for $56 billion ‘floating tunnel’

Picture: Norwegian Public Roads Administration

This is one extreme answer to the problem of the commuting and slashing travel times — but will it work?

Giant green dragon stuns stargazers

Dragon Aurora over Iceland Image Credit & Copyright: Jingyi Zhang & Wang Zheng Explanation: Have you ever seen a dragon in the sky? Although real flying dragons don't exist, a huge dragon-shaped aurora developed in the sky over Iceland earlier this month. The aurora was caused by a hole in the Sun's corona that expelled charged particles into a solar wind that followed a changing interplanetary magnetic field to Earth's magnetosphere. As some of those particles then struck Earth's atmosphere, they excited atoms which subsequently emitted light: aurora. This iconic display was so enthralling that the photographer's mother ran out to see it and was captured in the foreground. No sunspots have appeared on the Sun so far in February, making the multiple days of picturesque auroral activity this month somewhat surprising. Picture: Jingyi Zhang & Wang Zheng/NASA

A spectacular giant green dragon over the skyline of Iceland shocked stargazers. Now its bizarre cause has been revealed.

The tiny town healing Turia Pitt

Turia Pitt opens up on the tiny town helping to treat her skin.

In 2011, Turia Pitt launched into the biggest battle of her life. But now she says a small village in France is changing her skin for good.

Too much sex ruining this beach

A couple in a romantic embrace on a beach. Picture: iStock

Tourists are being warned having sex on a popular nude beach in Ibiza is creating an unexpected problem — but no one seems to care.

Island so stunning you need to ask to visit

Los Lobos. Picture: Andy Mitchell

This island is the perfect spot for a sun-soaked getaway. But before you pack your bags, you’ll need to get written permission first.

‘Grim’ reality of town with no light

For the 1,900 or so residents of Enontekio, in northern Finland, light will only last for four hours in winter.

It’s the town that stays frozen for eight months of the year, and remains dark for 20 hours each day. This is the bleak reality of life in Lapland.

Shocking moment plane slams into traffic

Screen grab of the doomed jet a second before it carshed onto maotorsist adn air show spectators on teh A27 road outsode Brighton.

Video has been released of the moment a jet crashed into a busy highway killing 11 people, some of whom “disappeared” in the intense fire.

Iconic landmark exposes grim problems

Supplied Editorial Phil Hoffmann Travel - Insight Vacations Europe for Escape 24/9/17

It’s one of the most popular attractions in the world, but a tourist tradition has sparked a major row which highlights Rome’s big problems.

Italian homes on sale for just over a dollar

The town will be selling homes for just $1.60

A stunning Italian village in Sicily is offering prospective buyers a deal of a lifetime — a villa with a price tag less than the cost of an espresso.

Airbnb launches ultimate travel job

Four lucky winners will spend three months in Grottole, Italy.

If you’ve always dreamt of quitting your job to travel some of the most idyllic places in the world, this could be your big chance.

Risky spot where Aussies are heading

Cityscape in summer

Our government has warned us about this city, but despite the risks holiday-makers are more interested than ever.

Sad end for town that held Jesus’ foreskin

England, London, Trafalgar Square, The National Gallery, Painting of The Circumcision of Jesus Christ by Luca Signorelli

The former hometown of Jesus’ Holy Foreskin could soon be impossible to visit. Yup, it’s not a typo. You read it right.

Why I’ll never fly in Europe again

Eurostar Trains

Low-cost airlines might offer super-cheap deals to popular cities but there could be an even better way to get around.

Startling change to Leaning Tower of Pisa

(FILES) In this file photo taken on September 12, 2017 tourists pose for photographs at the Pisa tower at the square of Miracles in Pisa. - The Leaning Tower of Pisa is now stable and has even straightened slightly thanks to engineering work to save the world-renowned tourist attraction, experts said on November 21, 2018. The tower's Surveillance Group -- set up to monitor restoration progress -- said in a statement that after 17 years of observation "the Tower of Pisa is stable and very slowly reducing its lean." (Photo by MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP)

It’s one of the most recognisable attractions in Italy — but there’s been a major change to the Leaning Tower of Pisa that will baffle tourists.

Embarrassing menu mistakes we make

fresh pasta bolognese with basil, shallow dof, focus in front

Chowing into some of our favourites is one of the main attractions of an Italian holiday. Problem is you can’t actually order them.

Big mistakes tourists keep making

Piccadilly Circus in London, UK, at night

It’s one of our favourite places to visit and we think we know everything about it. But there’s a lot we keep getting wrong.

Huge passport change for Aussies

The Australian

UK authorities have just made a surprise announcement, paving the way for a life-changing change for Aussie travellers.

Fun could be over in popular party city

A window display in the city's Red Light District

AMSTERDAM is popular as a party destination for tourists — but they might need to find something else to do now.

This European country is about to disappear

Jovan Kaneo Church, Lake Ohrid, Macedonia.

THIS country could be wiped from world maps in its current form after a controversial decision by its politicians.

Hidden underground city discovered below streets

Amazing footage shows a group of explorers lifting the lid on an underground city.

A GROUP of friends who lifted up a drain cover were astonished to find a series of tunnels and rooms lying underneath a bustling street.

Aussies slammed for ‘porno’ outfits

Young oktoberfest blonde woman in a dirndl dress with beer

GERMANS are sick of tourists “sexualising” their annual festival — and they say “paralytic Australians” are the worst offenders.

Passport the mega-rich are desperate for

ESCAPE: PASSPORTS - International friendship and passports. Picture: iStock

A PASSPORT from this country is “the latest status symbol”. And the world’s wealthiest people are lining up for one.

The city fining people for eating in public

FLORENCE, ITALY - July 28, 2015: Piazza della Signoria, or Signoria Square, in Florence, Italy taken during the summer and showing tourists, the Fountain of Neptune, and other historic statues and buildings. The square is a focal point of the city and a meeting place for Florentines and tourists alike.

THIS iconic destination has had enough of tourists’ bad ways — and from this week, it’s enforcing a new rule to keep us in line.

‘G spot of Europe’: raunchy ad under fire

The new ad campaign promoting the Lithuanian capital Vilnius has raised a few eyebrows.

THIS new ad campaign has divided an entire country who don’t know whether to applaud or ban it ahead of a visit by the Pope.

Fight over queues at iconic landmark

People queuing to go up the Eiffel Tower, Paris.

VISITORS to one of the most famous attractions in the world have been horrified to find it closed.

Five things you never knew about Mount Olympus

"Summit of Mount Olympus from Mount Skala. Mount Olympus is highest mountain in Greece at 2917 meters. Peak name is Mytikas. Mount Olympus is the home of the Twelve Olympians, the principal gods in the Greek pantheon."

THE highest cliff in Greece has been honoured with the Google doodle today. Here are five fun facts you didn’t know about the mythological mountain.

Heatwave reveals ‘New Stonehenge’

Some remarkable sights have been uncovered. Picture: Storyful

INCREDIBLE photos have emerged showing a series of newly discovered ancient monuments that were revealed by a heatwave.

Shark Tank mogul’s stunning rise

Chris Tabone started

CHRIS Tabone spent years scraping by on the minimum wage as a Contiki guide. Now he only “works” a few weeks a year.

Why the hell is this still happening?

Luis Bolivar

LET’S call this “festival” what it is: A pathetic orgy of animal torture, cruelty and murder paraded as tradition for tourist dollars.

Awkward moment on superyacht

Superyacht Aviva visits London, seen here on the River Thames UK. Picture: Shutterstock/

A COLOSSAL superyacht that took years to build has been snapped performing an awkward manoeuvre in front of a stunned crowd.

Brit farmer freaks out over 15C weather

Video of British farmer struggling under temperatures of 15C viewed almost one million times

IT’S summer in the northern hemisphere — so it’s time for Brits to freak out as the sun makes an appearance. Although perhaps not as much as this Scottish farmer.

Strange markings at ‘King Arthur’ castle

The mysterious inscription. Picture: English Heritage

EXPERTS are intrigued by a mysterious centuries-old text scrawled on to a stone at a castle associated with the legend of King Arthur.

Why you shouldn’t go to Iceland

Colorful northern lights

IT’S the spot everyone seems to be flocking to but we should take Iceland off our bucket lists. Along with Hawaii and Berlin, while we’re at it.

Spooky pics of abandoned airport

The Abandoned Nicosia International Airport

THIS once bustling transport hub was suddenly abandoned 40 years ago, leaving jet planes and empty terminals as eerie signs of the past.

Holiday snap that sparked death threats

A traveller sparked fury after he posted this photo taken among Pompeii's ancient ruins. Picture: Nils Travel

IT WAS meant to be an innocent photo taken in one of the world’s most interesting spots. It ended up igniting a nation’s fury.

Surprising secrets in $26bn tunnels

The incredible new London train project.

IT IS one of the biggest cities on the planet, but a new project underneath its streets is rewriting history with the discovery of items spanning 55 million years.

‘Too seedy’: Party island in trouble

File photo dated 15/07/14 of tourists on the Punta Ballena strip in Magaluf after a night out in the town, which saw tough new rules cracking down on drunkenness come into force at midnight - but the resort still witnessed the debauched scenes that have made it infamous.. Picture date: Tuesday June 9, 2015. The measures include a ban on drinking alcohol on the street between 10pm and 8am and restrictions on the Majorcan town's notorious bar crawls. See PA story TRAVEL Magaluf. Photo credit should read: Alex Diaz/PA Wire

IT’S one of the world’s most notoriously debaucherous party spots. But now, a dramatic change is happening here.

Controversial bridge ‘to nowhere’ opens

A view of the new bridge linking Russia and the Crimean peninsula prior to its opening ceremony near Kerch, Crimea, Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Russian President Vladimir Putin will attend the opening ceremony of the bridge. (Alexander Nemenov/Pool Photo via AP)

IT COST almost $4 billion but that’s not why this bridge has caused a diplomatic furore between the West and Russia.

Artist ‘ruins’ historic city

epa06688881 A view of the medieval castle of Carcassonne, southern France, 24 April 2018. Some walls of the castle are painted with yellow concentric circles created by Swiss artist Felice Varini, based in Paris, France, as celebrations of the 20th anniversary of inscription of Carcassonne as UNESCO World Heritage. The artwork will be removed in September 2018. EPA/ARMANDO BABANI

THIS is not an optical illusion. It’s actually the new look of one of France’s most iconic castles — and locals reckon it’s “ruining their lives”.

Few Aussies know what happened here

Modros Harbour Pier. Picture: John Burfitt

A TINY, beautiful island you may have never known existed played a key role in Australian history, and locals are baffled more of us aren’t visiting.

Photo that was 38 years in the making

Scale model of ancient Rome. Picture: Jean-Pierre Dalbera/Flickr

AT FIRST glance this appears to be an aerial shot of a sprawling city. However, it’s a lot more fascinating than what first meets the eye.

Go Fund Me couple ‘should be ashamed’

The couple started a GoFundMe page.

AFTER their honeymoon was ruined, this couple asked others to fund a second chance at romance, begging them not to “judge or be nasty”. The response was brutal.

Crown prince’s ridiculous luggage haul

People unload luggage for Saudi Arabia's crown prince Prince Mohammed bin Salman's visiting delegation on April 4, 2018, near the Champs Elysee in Paris. Saudi Arabia's crown prince Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in France on April 8, for the next leg of a global tour aimed at reshaping his kingdom's austere image as he pursues his drive to reform the conservative petrostate. / AFP PHOTO / Eric FEFERBERG

THOUGHT you were an overpacker? Don’t worry, you can’t possibly be as bad as Saudi Arabia’s crown prince on his recent trip to Paris.

The world’s most beautiful public toilet

Feast your eyes upon the world's most stunning public bathroom. Credit: Steinar Skaar/Statens Vegvesen

WE ALL know public toilets are rarely a pleasant experience, but this picturesque roadside loo will have you reaching for the instant coffee.

Tourists mystified by orange snow

It's not a filter: the snow really is orange at Russia's Sochi ski resort. Picture: sochi_

THIS isn’t a filter. An eerie layer of colourful snow has blanketed parts of Europe, baffling people at snow resorts. This is why.

Holiday gem we are overlooking

Aerial view of Riga center from St. Peter's Church, Riga, Latvia

THIS city might be an under-the-radar travel destination, but there’s a lot to love about this seaside town.

Passport sparks a ‘national humiliation’

The British Home Office sparked outrage by announcing new blue British passports will be made by a non-British company.

A CHANGE to this passport was meant to make it better than ever. Instead, a controversial decision has left people reeling.

Bizarre new sex district rules

28/05/2009 WIRE: TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY MARIETTE LE ROUX (FILES)---A file picture taken on December 8, 2008 shows a German prostitute, called Eve, waiting for clients behind her window in Amsterdam's red-light district. As the credit crunch keeps away sight-seers and business travellers, the owners of brothels, escort agencies and sex shops all grumble that those visitors who do still indulge in the pleasures of the flesh are increasingly tight-fisted. AFP PHOTO/ANOEK DE GROOT

TOURISTS are going to have to watch their behaviour in Amsterdam’s red light district under sweeping new rules.

Rare look inside ghostly abandoned casino

Creepy abandoned Romanian casino after dark. Picture: Jakub Kyncl

THESE are the haunting remains of what was one of Eastern Europe’s most majestic buildings — before things went wrong.

Island where men are not allowed

SuperShe island off the coast of Finland is for women only.

KRISTINA Roth was sick of having men around while trying to enjoy her holiday. This is what she did next.

Tragic hidden beach myth turned out to be true

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - The Crantock rock carving on Crantock Beach, Devon that reveal a beautiful secret at low tide.See SWNS story SWCAVE; Images reveal a hidden poem carved inside a Cornish cave which is only accessible at low tide. Crantock might only be a stone's throw from Newquay, Cornwall's liveliest resort, but its location between the two Pentire headlands ensures it remains a place of peace and tranquility. On the far side of the beach, an intriguing series of small caves hidden in the cliff walls hold a secret few could ever spot without knowing what to look for. Only at low tide can you see the mythical Crantock rock carving, which is the stuff of legend in the local area. Picture: SWNS/Mega

FOR years there had been a myth about a woman’s death at a secluded UK beach. This photographer has now discovered it wasn’t a myth at all.

Where you can buy a house for $1

Italy. Province of Imperia. Ancient village Mendatica

YOU’D be lucky to find a decent home in Sydney for less than a million. But this town is selling hundreds for pocket change.

Country with the kinkiest named towns

Funny town names are everywhere in Italy

THIS stunning village has English speakers in stitches when they hear how to pronounce the name: F**k Ya. And it’s not the only terribly named village.

Scary moment plane lands in storm

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A TERRIFYING clip has captured the moment a propeller plane is blown from side to side by a ferocious storm as it descends on to a runway in Amsterdam.

‘It was like hell’: Could this city now be cool?

Peaky Blinders stills. Picture: Supplied

ONCE the butt of jokes and derogatory stereotypes, there’s no doubt hit TV show Peaky Blinders has made Britain’s second city finally look cool.

Why 36-hour flight to here is worth it

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IT’S the destination everyone’s talking about. In fact, there are now around six visitors to every local at any time — and I was one of them.

Erotic truth behind famous monument

Close-up view of ancient stones during sunset at UNESCO World Heritage Site at Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK. Sun shines through the stones. Major tourist destination, archeological and pilgrimage site during Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice. Visible grain, softer focus.

IT’S one of the most visited attractions in Britain, but a new study suggests the true meaning of Stonehenge could be quite salacious.

Tragic story behind decaying resort town

Kupari, Croatia - July 18, 2017 : People swimming and sunbathing on a sea beach next to an old building of hotel Gorcina in Kupari, Croatia.

JUST a stone’s throw away from one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world lies a hotel graveyard, left abandoned for decades.

Why this pizza is so special

picture of a real pizza oven in one of the most famous pizzerias of Napoli

BEING given UNESCO status is an honour. But an Italian city has earned its badge for the most awesome reason.

Never ask this question in Portugal

woman tourist on the street, summer fashion style, travel to Europe

It’s tipped to be one of the hottest destinations to visit in 2018 but this tour guide says there’s one thing travellers keep getting wrong about Portugal.

‘Second’ city we’ve been overlooking

HAMBURG, GERMANY .. for Richard Green story .. Hamburg city skyline at night. Picture: iStock

IT’S been voted the best spot for night-life in the world, ahead of lots of big-name destinations. So why aren’t we all going?

Town so cursed you can’t say its name

Colobraro: The Italian town that’s cursed

WITH stories of deformed births, suspicious car accidents, strange natural disasters and evil witches, locals are too scared to even speak this town’s name.

Joyce spills weird Qantas lounge requests

***Embargoed until 10.30pm on November 28th 2017. Qantas new lounge which is opening today at Heathrow Airport Nov 28th 2017 Picture: Qantas

QANTAS boss Alan Joyce has spilled the beans on some of his customers’ weirdest requests and revealed what he really felt like following the SSM vote.

Meghan and Harry’s romantic spots

Announcement Of Prince Harry's Engagement To Meghan Markle

FROM a London pizza shop to the Royal Family’s famous castles, these are the secret spots where the newly engaged couple have been hanging out.

The Road of Love’s dark secret

Photograph: Piers Sanderson for the Guardian.

DISTURBING secrets of prostitution, human trafficking and voodoo curses have just been exposed in one of the world’s most idyllic locations.

Borat-obsessed tourists’ terrible idea

In this image made available by, on Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 shows a group of Czech tourists dressed in swimsuits made famous by TV and film character Borat in Atana, Friday Nov. 10, 2017. The group of six Czech tourists who visited Kazakhstan dressed up in the skimpy swimsuits have reportedly been detained by authorities in the central Asian country's capital Astana. Sporting lime green "mankinis" and black wigs, the men had hoped to take a picture in front of the "I Love Astana" sign. But local police detained them on Friday and fined them 22,500 tenge ($68) each, according to the Kazakh news website (, via AP)

A GROUP of men on holiday have landed in extremely hot water in Kazakhstan for a stupid stunt that played homage to the controversial film Borat.

City that’s trying to rip you off

Venice St Marks Square - scenic travel tourism buildings o/seas birds pigeons

THE Venice mayor has taken aim at ‘cheapskate’ tourists and defended a restaurateur who charged an eye-watering $800 for lunch.

Holiday spot overrun by mobsters

Lido Di Ostia, Italy - September 14, 2016: Swimming and relaxing people on the beautiful beach Lido di Ostia ( Lido di Roma), private beach Battistini, Italy.

THIS town might be a magnet for tourists but also for mafia activity — the kind of place where you see nothing, hear nothing and say nothing.

Don’t fall for this shady menu scam

City life in Castel Gandolfo, pope's summer residency, Lazio, Italy

ITALY is famed for its cuisine. But don’t get caught out like this tourist, who was robbed of almost $800.

Triple threat could topple holiday hotspot

People walk past a graffiti in Palma de Mallorca, in the Spanish island of Mallorca, May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo - RTX2ERQ3

SPAIN currently holds the title of the world’s third most popular tourist destination. But people are turning away.

Depressing truth behind photos

Harsh reality behind one of world’s most popular tourist attractions

IT’S hard not to feel like you’re on top of the world at Norway’s famous Trolltunga. But the photos are not what they seem.

Paris, you’ve outdone yourself this time

Thirsty woman after sports training drinking water at the drinking fountain

THE French capital is known for its elegance. But just when you thought it couldn’t get any more chic, it did.

Radical plan to save dying town


THE Swiss village may be picturesque but it’s so worried about extinction that it has a bold idea to attract more tourists.

Fun’s officially over in Amsterdam

Amsterdam beer bikes. Picture: FaceMePLS/Flickr

IT has a reputation as Europe’s loosest city but Amsterdam is now cracking down on the party — including this glorious must-do for tourists.

‘What a moron’: Video angers travellers

Fjadrargljufur Canyon Iceland

A VIDEO captured by a tourist in Iceland has been blasted for being irresponsible and disrespectful.

Blissful island’s trippy secret

View from Lipari island on Salina, Filicudi and Alicudi islands.

THE Italian island north of Sicily has a pristine coastline and untouched shores. It also has a bizarre hallucinogenic past.

Town will pay you to move there

Mayor of Idyllic Italian village, Candela, will pay you to move there

THE mayor of a charming historic town in Italy’s Puglia region is offering cash to anyone willing to live there.

Don’t do this in France

Woman crossing street, zebra crossing, bus and traffic in background

IT is a common occurrence for many women around the world. But you could face hefty on-the-spot fines if you do this in France.

Iceland challenges tourists in funny video

Scenic view of aurora over Kirkjufell and waterfall. Idyllic view of Northern Lights in Iceland. Beautiful view of nature at night.

THE Nordic nation is no stranger to quirky tourism campaigns. Watch these unsuspecting tourists squirm.

You have to see Europe’s least visited country

Political map of Europe with different colors for each country and names in English. Vector illustration.

IT HAS incredible architecture, amazing natural beauty and the coolest passport stamp in the world. Why haven’t you been there yet?

City that’s ditching souvenir shops

SUNDAY ESCAPE FIRST USE. Clogs for sale in a tourist shop, Amsterdam. Image taken by an iPhone 4 and edited using PhotoForge app.

IF YOU were hoping to buy a travel memento on your next trip to Amsterdam, you may be out of luck.

Sacked after making $70 phone call

An update on Monarch airlines is seen on the twitter feed of the UK Civil Aviation Authority from Manchester on October 2, 2017. Britain's Monarch Airlines has gone into administration and all flights have been cancelled with 110,000 passengers currently abroad, the Civil Aviation Authority said today. / AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALL

AIRLINE staff at collapsed airline Monarch were stunned after discovering they had been billed for being sacked over a conference call.

Europe’s surprising top tourist attraction

Spike Island in Ireland won Europe’s leading tourist attraction at the 2017 World Travel Awards

YOU’D expect Europe’s hottest spot to be the likes of the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre. Chances are you haven’t even heard of this landmark.

Travellers can’t believe this place exists

The beautiful Camilo Beach in Lagos, Portugal, with its magnificent cliffs and the blue ocean colorfully lit at sunrise

IT’S got beautiful countryside, gorgeous weather and a stunning coast — and its luxury hotels are so affordable visitors can’t believe it’s for real.

Lavish castle GoT star grew up in

The Scottish home where Game of Thrones actor Rose Leslie grew up. Picture: Airbnb

THE newly engaged Game of Thrones star grew up in a grand, 15th century Scottish castle — and now her parents have listed it on Airbnb.

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