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The Frugal Traveler evaluates a handful of relatively new Web sites that try to help you travel smarter and cheaper.
Whether you’re looking for flights or food, hotels or hosts, these sites could help you with your next trip.
From Maine to Uzbekistan, advice gleaned from representatives at The New York Times Travel Show.
A test of niche travel agencies found that they bested the Internet big boys on both price and service nearly every time.
A look at four smartphone apps that promise to help you navigate the road, and the airport.
Brazil’s capital is drawing visitors to its Niemeyer-designed buildings, samba hot spots, first-rate restaurants and awe-inspiring sunsets.
Do women’s experiences differ from men’s when traveling alone? Seth Kugel talks to some experts to find out.
Here are some of the best deals the travel industry has to offer in 2011.