The lessons learned travelling around a tourist-free Europe
While everyone else has been largely restricted from travel these past four months, Emma Murphy has been almost permanently on the go - far away from home.
The ITV News Correspondent has been switching back and forth between Italy, Spain, Portugal and France, reporting from some of the world's most famous tourist sites now free of tourists - or as she describes it to ITV News Presenter Mary Nightingale "with more pigeons than people".
So what has she learned from our near neighbours' approach to coronavirus and how does it compare with the UK? What do people need to know before embarking on the new kind of travel? And after reporting from war zones in the past, how has this experience of tracking a pandemic affected her?
Plus find out what's the one thing - besides your passport and your mask - that you can't afford to leave home without...