The Frugal Traveler evaluates a handful of relatively new Web sites that try to help you travel smarter and cheaper.
On a trip to China, the Frugal Traveler put Google Translate to the test. Here’s what he learned and how it could help you.
There are a variety of factors to consider before getting coverage, from where you travel to your tolerance for risk.
A recent column about TripAdvisor set off disagreements and debate among readers, while a column on travel savings drew bonus ideas.
For all of its comments and reviews, does TripAdvisor really improve travel? And what’s the best way to use it? The Frugal Traveler offers some guidance.
For anyone who’s put off their shopping until these last couple of weeks before Christmas, here are some gift ideas for the frugal traveler in your life.
Whether you’re looking for flights or food, hotels or hosts, these sites could help you with your next trip.
Whether you’re a casual user or you like to stay constantly connected, here are tips for using a smartphone overseas without going broke.
A test of niche travel agencies found that they bested the Internet big boys on both price and service nearly every time.
A look at four smartphone apps that promise to help you navigate the road, and the airport.