The Frugal Traveler wanders, chats and even crashes his way into Eternal City bargains.
Tag Archives: Italy
Frugal Traveler: Some Lesser Mediterranean Lights
The Frugal Traveler’s summer Mediterranean trip wasn’t all glorious beaches and fortuitous encounters. Here are some of the minor irritations.
Frugal Traveler: Mediterranean Dream Trip Higher-Lights
After a summer touring the Mediterranean on a budget, the Frugal Traveler writes about some of the best things he encountered.
Frugal Traveler: Exercise and Olives, Part 2
Seth Kugel reports on his personal challenges for his Mediterranean trip: exercising regularly and learning to like olives.
Frugal Traveler: In Apulia, Vacationing Like an Italian
Seth Kugel explores Apulia, Italy, mostly by bike, following itineraries suggest by readers.
Frugal Traveler: Naples: Must-Sees and See-What-Happens
Rome has the Colosseum, Florence has Michelangelo’s ”David,” Venice has canals, and Naples has pickpockets and uncollected trash?
Frugal Traveler: Fast Cars, Medieval Villages
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.
Frugal Traveler: Plan a Week in Italy for the Frugal Traveler, The Rules
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.