Art, history and even something called the Double Awesome are all part of the Frugal Traveler’s latest $100 weekend.
Island camping, Vikings, sculpture and a buffet help the Frugal Traveler spend a (relatively) cheap weekend in a very expensive city.
Melbourne, Australia’s graceful, lively and remarkably clean second city, might be an expensive place to live, but it offers some great opportunities for a frugal visit.
Going down to the last cent, and a few dollars more, to enjoy the full flavor of a $100 weekend in Austin, a city with a worldly heft all its own.
The Frugal Traveler’s $100 Weekend in Madrid goes a bit over budget, but for a good cause: dancing.
Can the Frugal Traveler enjoy a weekend in Istanbul on a $100 budget? No problem.
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 task was to squeeze as much culture and fun out of $100 (74.29 euros) as I could over a Paris weekend. Here’s how I did it.
Seth Kugel tries to make it on $100 over a weekend in Paris. On his itinerary: a cool band, the fascinating Musée Carnavalet and a luscious duck confit.
Seth Kugel reveals how he saw plays, visited museums and ate out on just $100 over the weekend in New York.