Melbourne, June 11 : Just as she's grown as an artist, Madonna's travel style has evolved as well.
Whether she is on a tour, adopting a baby or simply removing her clan from the public eye, the pop star is regularly spotted in far-flung spots.
While visiting Brazil for a concert in 1993, the singer laid her pretty platinum head to rest at Rio de Janeiro's grandest lodging option, the Caesar Park, reports News.com.au
When Madonna married British film director Guy Ritchie in 2000, the celebration was no bijou affair.
The couple chartered jets to fly their guests that included Gwyneth Paltrow, Sting and Stella McCartney into Inverness Airport before heading to Dornoch, Scotland.
The wedding took place at the 19th century Skibo Castle in the rugged Highlands.
The adoption of her son David took Madge back and forth to Malawi. During her visits to the country, she's known to occupy a room at the rustic, family-owned Kumbali Country Lodge in the capital of Lilongwe.
Madonna's sense of curiosity has taken her to other remote corners of the globe, as well, such as the desert state of Rajahstan, India, earlier this year, where she and her family sampled a smattering of the country's different flavors.
After arriving in Jodhpur from the Maldives, the singer's crew headed to a heritage hotel in Dechu village and later on to Jaisalmer and Udaipur, before visiting the impoverished areas of Mumbai.