The AARP travel editor asked me to come up with activities (and meals) under $15. Recommendations go for young, not-so-young, and family groups alike.
Tag Archives: Cheap
Frugal Traveler: A Weekend in Hungary, Chosen at Random
Feb. 5, 2014. What happens when you get off the train in a Hungarian town with not a single mention on TripAdvisor, let alone guidebooks? Lots.
Frugal Traveler: Last-Minute Hotel Bookings Made Cheaper
If you can wait to book your room until hours before check-in, smartphone apps can help you score big savings. Just don’t expect the process always to be easy.
Frugal Traveler: After the Thaw, Outdoor Fun in Berlin
Now that the outdoors is open for business, here are frugal-friendly ideas for alfresco activity in the capital, from biking to burgers to the beach.
Frugal Traveler: Five Travel Problems and the Sites That Try to Solve Them
The Frugal Traveler evaluates a handful of relatively new Web sites that try to help you travel smarter and cheaper.
Frugal Traveler: Eating Frugally in Copenhagen
In a city that’s home to the world’s top-ranked restaurant, what can the Frugal Traveler find to eat?
Frugal Traveler: A Scandinavian Summer, The Ultimate Frugal Challenge?
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.
Frugal Traveler: $100 a Day on a Southern Route
The Frugal Traveler makes his way from Washington to Savannah, along back roads and byways where good barbecue and miniature golf await.
Frugal Traveler: Fiji for the Rest of Us
Many Fiji resorts have a secret of sorts: a two-tier system with private cabanas for well-heeled travelers but also shared dorm rooms for those on a budget.
Frugal Traveler: A $100 Weekend in Melbourne
Melbourne, Australia’s graceful, lively and remarkably clean second city, might be an expensive place to live, but it offers some great opportunities for a frugal visit.