A strong U.S. dollar means good-value vacations for the travel savvy. Here's where to go to let your dollar take your further.
Satisfying your wanderlust doesn't have to drain your savings. In fact, if you're clever, you can travel for free.
Finding just one amazing free activity in a foreign city can go a long way to putting your mind at rest that you’re not over-spending.
Stretch your travel budget and your horizons by visiting one of these trend-setting travel destinations — before the crowds arrive.
Today we found some stellar articles on budget travel tips you haven't heard, how to stop living paycheck to paycheck, and how today's grads can beat the odds.
For the last five years, one writer has traveled full-time on the cheap. Discover how she did it, and how you can too.
The new year is upon you and travel beckons. Only your budget is telling you no. But there are ways to squeeze more out of your money and to find truly free activities and sights t
Want to save money and protect the environment while on vacation? Get eco-friendly and genuine travel experiences by following these 7 rules of budget travel.
For this entire week 3/2 - 3/8, travel expert Beth Whitman will be answering questions in our forum about budget traveling and cost-conscious dining! As the founder and editor of t
Here at Wise Bread, we know that couch-sharing services, such as Couch Surfing, can save you money when traveling. As good as this sounds, many have reservations about hosting stra
All you need is a basic, stocked kitchen and widely available ingredients to prepare these travel-friendly recipes.
By now, anyone interested in budget travel has heard of CouchSurfing. While the site has obvious advantages for travelers looking to meet locals and save money, but it can also be
For the frequent traveler, Facebook is an excellent way to keep in touch with friends and acquaintances from around the world. Is it possible, however, that the popular social netw
Most people think that the frugal way to travel is to stay in hostels. However there are a number of scenarios where that may not be the case. Read on for some tips on how to
Hitch hiking has been done for years and years. Simply stick your thumb out and wait for a benevolent driver to stop. But how about thumbing a ride on an airplane?
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