At least in budget terms, Albania was the best stretch of Seth Kugel’s six-week-old Frugal Mediterranean adventure.
The Frugal Traveler hits the Dalmatian Coast with his mom and dad, the Frugal Parents.
Seth Kugel explores Apulia, Italy, mostly by bike, following itineraries suggest by readers.
Rome has the Colosseum, Florence has Michelangelo’s ”David,” Venice has canals, and Naples has pickpockets and uncollected trash?
I’ve decided to take on two personal challenges during my Mediterranean trip: exercising regularly and learning to like olives.
I take in a training session at the Monaco Grand Prix and search for the perfect medieval village — the kind with real people — near Nice.
For my trip around the Mediterranean, I’m asking readers to plan a fun-filled, smartly-themed, low-budget five-day trip to somewhere on the Italian coast.
Thursday’s the beginning of what sounds like a foolhardy adventure: high season in the Mediterranean on a budget.
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.
Visitors don’t often make it to Germantown Avenue, which makes for a great low-cost historic detour if you’re in town from elsewhere, or an economical day trip from as far away as Washington or New York.