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Many of Poland's roads are narrow and potholed – here's everything road-tripping travelers need to know before taking to the streets in a rental car.
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There are still undetonated landmines lying around Croatia's countryside. Here's what you need to know and how to stay safe.
Travelers in Turkey are at more risk of being overfed by their delightful Turkish hosts than they are of running into any sort of violent crime. But here's what you need to know before you go to stay safe.
Don't get conned in China. Here's how to stay alert and avoid getting scammed.
Before you go hiking in Australia's wilderness, find out how to plan and pack for a safe trip, and what to do if you're in danger.
Poor hygiene, pollution and diseases to be aware of – here's how to stay healthy while traveling in China.
Tackling the traffic in China is a challenge. Here's how to navigate it safely if you plan on driving or taking a road trip around China.
Here's how to protect yourself from pickpockets, aggressive beggars and petty criminals in China.