The Brazilian real is at its strongest this century, but there are cheap things to do in Rio de Janeiro that won’t drain your wallet. Here’s how to see samba, dine out and enjoy some time on the beach on less than $100.
The Frugal Traveler scores a cheap ticket to Malaga, Spain, home of Picasso, where he explores museums, restaurants and other attractions.
If your knowledge of Middle Eastern food starts with falafel and ends with hummus, a few hours on Atlantic Avenue should set you straight.
New Yorkers have many reasons for choosing where they want to live, and the city’s neighborhoods oblige with something for every taste.