New Zealand is a beautiful country that begs to be hiked and climbed and camped in. And so it perfectly pairs with the camper van, which gets you about as close to the outdoors as you can be, short of a tent.
Here are five free or inexpensive places that aren’t mentioned in any of the four major guidebooks.
Before the Frugal Traveler heads to Texas, here are some tips on saving money on car trips.
In an isolated corner of Portugal, searching for Mirandese, the country’s second official language, means a new — and frugal — reason to travel.
Midtown Manhattan is famously overpriced. But it doesn’t have to be.
I sized up the 14th fairway overlooking the sea in Palm Beach, Fla., long a winter escape for millionaires, and pondered two questions: A 7-iron or an 8-iron?
Is there a way to hang out in Miami at night without being a millionaire? The author finds a mostly frugal local scene, free of velvet-rope attitude.
With dozens of college campuses, Boston has an abundance of free (or practically free) events, from lectures to concerts to soccer games. And they are not just for students.
The Frugal Traveler does a day trip from Madrid to Segovia his way and on only 35 euros (fast train included).
The Frugal Traveler’s $100 Weekend in Madrid goes a bit over budget, but for a good cause: dancing.