Island camping, Vikings, sculpture and a buffet help the Frugal Traveler spend a (relatively) cheap weekend in a very expensive city.
On Bornholm, the author discovers flowers in bloom, eats a “Sun over Gudhjem” sandwich and fails to lead his rundbold team to victory.
In a city that’s home to the world’s top-ranked restaurant, what can the Frugal Traveler find to eat?
Visitar uma cidade universitária certamente pode trazer lembranças: dormitórios, estudos até tarde da noite, excesso de festas, perambular pelo campus como vampiro.
This summer, the Frugal Traveler heads to Scandinavia, one of the more expensive regions in the world. Here’s his plan of attack (underwear strategy included) and how you can help.
In this town, it starts with learning. Centuries of it. But if that’s too tweedy for you, don’t worry. You can also find Harry Potter, Michelin-starred dining, live music and more.
The challenge: Map out a wallet-friendly itinerary for the Frugal Traveler’s planned trip to Sweden. The reward: A guided global food tour through a single neighborhood.
In an isolated corner of Portugal, searching for Mirandese, the country’s second official language, means a new — and frugal — reason to travel.
Christmas season was the perfect time to visit the villages of Trás-os-Montes, in the isolated northeast corner of Portugal.
A visit to Coimbra, in central Portugal, yields cheap lodging, meals and music — and plenty of history.
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