Have a picnic near Moskva river, and don't organise concerts in Orthodox Churches. We've heard that gets you into trouble.
Take a canal bus to a Waterloopein Flea Market, and of course - cycle. But not too close to the tram lines!
Drink mint tea, and surf in Taghazout, but don't bother with cheap sandwiches, or eating at Marrakech Market Square
Eat fresh sushi at 4am, get naked in Onsen hot springs, but don't bother eating whale; it's not worth the guilt.
Snowboard at the Salang Pass, and visit the Blue Mosque in Mazar-e Sharif. But don't blow your nose in public...
Kung Fu Shows, the 798 district, and late night room service are all recommended. Sea cucumbers are not.
Hitchhike in Mexico, climb volcanos in Guatemala, and vist the sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica. And never hurry.
Walk in the woods at night, and stay in a log cabin in northernmost Italy. But don't forget your suncream, compagno!
Absorb the happenings in Bozar, visit as many parks as possible, and go see the Grand Place - a public space like no other.
The Gallic capital boasts excellent cous cous and flea markets. Better to avoid the overpriced crepes, and the Champs Elysées, though.
Camp for free in East Java, and take a boat around the Coron Islands, but don't forget to bring crisp US dollars to Burma.
Drink aquavit, and walk on the frozen Baltic sea, but don't complain about the cold - you'll look like a wimp.
Swim in bioluminescent bays and eat Pinchos de Puerco, but try not run over any iguanas on the freeway...
Go skiing, swim in freezing Norwegian waters, and then get drunk at the afterski party. But not the other way around.
In Norway's capital, it's advocated that you visit Hausmania, see some Edvard Munch in its hometown, and take a ride to Lillehammer.
Eat shawarma, and smoke sheesha at the Madinat, but avoid the shopping malls. And, hey - best not get inebriated.
Go "Walk About", dance like a Big Bird, and eat bush tucker. But bring everything - if there were a middle of nowhere, Warbuton's it.
Curry in Whitechapel, snooker in Dalston, and Brick Lane's Sunday Market. We know our manners, we spend our tanners.
When in Thailand, you can ride an elephant. And take a boat ride through Bankok's canals. And eat Pad Thai on the beach.
In Nevada, you can learn about atomic testing, legally fire automatic weapons, and of course, visit Las Vegas.
In the biggest US state, it is customary to wear thermals, eat crab with butter sauce, and fly in a seaplane.
Go camping under cotton trees, eat fish soup with the locals, and drink rooftop beers in Monrovia. Watch out for the mango flies, mind.
Get yourself a hand-crafted Zebra (or animal of your choice) from Addis Ababa Market, but watch out for that salad...
The promise of coffee, bathhouses, ruinpubs and Jewish quarters suggests you really ought to go to Budapest.
Row under the Oberbaumbrucke bridge, go rooftop hopping, but definitely don't get caught fare evading on the U-Bahn.
Don't skimp on the Arcade visits, eat Fish and Chips, and stay in a caravan in this Essex seaside town.
Riding your bike along the canals at night is a must, but don't smoke your joints at tourist's coffee shops.
When in Korea's megacity, it's important that you ask the locals to do karaoke with you; then go pump some weights with the old-folk.
If you find yourself in Tromsø, walk over its bridge, look at its sky, but please don't shoot your girl.
Bristolians hate Tesco, have more Greggs' than sense, and, appealing as it might be, imitating the accent is a no no.
Beware the shallow water Sea Urchins, Pluck Plums straight from the tree, and Avoid the Old Town of Dubrovnik at all costs.
Don't be squeamish, share your taxis, and expect tardiness from the locals. And don't forget to visit the renowned Cinémathèque.
If you're in Belgium at any time other than August, skip Bruges and spend some time in the capital of the East Flanders province.
Forget Barcelona's Metro - walk or rent a bike to traverse the small streets, to get tapas, and to avoid Ramblas.
3,560 ft above sea level, Mount Snowdon is the highest point in the British Isles outside of Scotland. Look out for Mountain Goats.
Do forget what time it is, but don't be afraid to ask for directions when in the most visited city in the world.
Two hundred kilometres southeast of Greece's mainland lies Santorini, an island of volcanic thrills, hot springs, and too much bread.
One of the most history rich cities in Europe, Berlin is great to get lost in, drink beer in, and eat Curry Wurst in...
Home to The Warriors, the Brooklyn Cyclones, and an amusement park unlike any other, take a trip to Coney Island.
That visitors are only allowed to use the last two stations of The Metro, gives the impression it exists purely for show...
On the Greek island of Kefalonia you'll need to try a Meat Pie, see Fiskardo, and beware the treacherous roads...
The French part of Europe's 'Great Mountain Range', Hautes-Alpes is a top ski destination & former host of three Winter Olympics.
Stuff yourself with as much Chai, Thali, Indian Television, and Spiritual experiences as you can. Don't worry about a dodgy tummy.
Explore the coast, visit the temples, and get addicted to Eel Skin Crisps, but leave those Chicken Feet well alone.
Embracing the Western ideals of helping the rich and displacing the poor, Shanghai's traditional Chinese histories are at risk...
Once the home of Britain's largest export dock and most successful football team, Liverpool's history is world-renowned.