The Pan Am Experience stewardesses

In Los Angeles, Party on Pan Am Airways Like It's 1973

By Jason Cochran

The Pan Am Experience is a lavish airplane-set dinner party that serves to remind you how sumptuous the high life was nearly a half century ago.
Buffalo

20 Surprising Reasons Buffalo Is Worth Visiting

By Jason Cochran

Wealth and power built Buffalo. Now that the city in New York State has redefined itself on new terms, should you still bypass it, too?
A vineyard in Sonoma County, California, in summer

Where to Find Romance in Sonoma Wine Country

By Avital Andrews

The vineyards, byways, tasting rooms, and restaurants best suited for lovebirds in California's Sonoma County
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La Encantada Vineyard at Alma Rosa Winery & Vineyards. Photo courtesy Alma Rosa Winery & Vineyards

10 Best California Wineries with a View

Savor the vineyard views from these top wineries in Napa, Sonoma, Santa Barbara's wine country, and other California wine regions.
Tokyo is a 24-hour city

24-Hour Tokyo: A Round-the-Clock Touring Plan

By Charlotte B. Hu

Tokyo is alive every minute of the day or night. Use our hour-by-hour guide to experience its many personalities.
Smorgasburg in Brooklyn, NY

10 of America's Best Summer Food Festivals

By Elizabeth Bacharach

There's no better way to spend the longer sunshine-filled days than visiting one of the United States' many summer food festivals.
Find your own magic carpet at Bazar Ben Allal in the carpet souk, Criée Berbere.

Best of Marrakech: 13 Great Things to Do

From the medina's medieval jigsaw to Hivernage's hedonistic clubs, Marrakech has a spirit that's impossible to bottle.
A girl holds a fried tarantula

The World's Scariest Foods

By Marc Lallanilla

Would you be willing to try guinea pig in Peru or fried tarantulas in Cambodia? Keep an open mind—and mouth—and take a look at some of the world's most exotic specialties.
A man standing outside a jamon shop in Spain

Eat This Here! Where to Find the Best-Tasting Versions of 10 Beloved Foods

By Amarelle Wenkert

Roasted chicken tastes better in France and the mangoes of India are the best in the world. In fact, we'd say these two food items, and the other eight on our list, are so delish they're worth a special trip. Read on.

A street musician strums for tourists strolling Temple Bar's lively cobblestone streets.

What to See in Ireland: 7 Best Moments

Here are seven moments that are always pitch-perfect, no matter how many times you've been there.
joey chestnut eating alongside sonya thomas at the buffalo wing competition

10 Extreme Eating Contests Across the United States

By Ashley DuBois

The next time you travel, check out the professional eaters at festivals and restaurants across the USA. From Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest at Coney Island to The Acme Oyster Eating World Championship in New Orleans, these exhilarating contests are best witnessed live in action.
Downtown Atlanta at night.

10 Cities That are Suddenly Exciting Thanks to Generation Y

By Roxie Pell

As cities like New York and L.A. get more expensive, recent graduates are taking their business—and their exciting youth culture—elsewhere. Follow them to your next travel destination.

London's 10 Best Afternoon Teas

By Jason Cochran

Afternoon tea is one of London's greatest rituals, and the city's restaurateurs jostle with each other for tourist business. But some tea rooms are steeped in more tradition than others. Here's where to take the best tea in London.
Image by Instagrammer @muradosmann

The 25 Best Travel Instagram Accounts

By Ashley DuBois

Instead of sifting through thousands of travel Instagrams, check out these talented photographers and adventurers to spark an idea for your next trip.
A photo of a wine route sign in the Tamar Valley, Tasmania

Frommer's' Wine and Vacation Pairing Guide

By Ross Walker

One of the world's foremost wine experts picks the varietals worth traveling to taste, and where you'll find the best wineries for each type of vino.
Frommer's' Best Places to Go in 2016

The Frommer's' Best Places to Go List for 2016

Frommer's' editors select the best destinations for travelers in 2016.
Ono Seafood ahi poke, Honolulu, Hawaii

Eat Like a Local: The Best Cheap Food in Honolulu, Oahu

By Jason Cochran

Waikiki is full of crummy tourist food and chain restaurants, but if you know where to go, you can eat like the locals do—fresh ahi tuna, decadent one-of-a-kind pastries, and heaping portions of the famous Hawaiian "plate lunch" are all within easy reach of the beach.
View of Pienza and Surrounding Countryside Hills in Tuscany

How to See the Best of Tuscany—Beyond Florence—in One Week

By Stephen Brewer & Donald Strachan, Photo Editing Margaret Daly

Florence may be a must-see Italian gem, but the hill towns of Tuscany, rich in culture and history, promise equally unforgettable Italian experiences. Explore these Tuscan treasures one Piazza at a time with this thrilling week-long itinerary that includes museum touring, wine tasting, and of course, window shopping through mazes of medieval cobblestone streets.

New Ways You Can Get Great Food to Your Hotel Room—Without Room Service

By Pauline Frommer

The websites and apps for when you want a truly special meal on vacation...but don't want to go to a restaurant

How to Get a Reservation At the Most Popular Restaurants

By Pauline Frommer

Part of the joy of traveling is trying great restaurants—but what should you do if you're told there's no room for your party?

In Vino Veritas: Tips from an Expert on Creating the Perfect Wine Vacation

By Pauline Frommer

It’s no coincidence that some of the loveliest places on the planet to vacation are also the places where wine is grown. Temperate climates and rolling, vine-covered hills are good for both grapes and people, it seems. But having a wine-centered vacation is not a dummy-proof enterprise. I turned to Michael Green, a noted vino expert for over 25 years (20 of which were spent as wine consultant to the late-great Gourmet Magazine), to get his tips, which follow.

Is it Worth it to Buy a Cruise Line Drink Package?

By Laura Brothers

You may have noticed that cruise lines offer drink packages and wondered whether they're a good deal. The answer is simple but requires some math on your part: It depends on how many drinks you typically consume in a day. Here is a breakdown of what each cruise line offers, from water to soda, beer, wine, and liquor. Check it out, and then divide the package price by the cost of individual drinks to see how many you have to order a day before the savings kick in:

Eating Cheap in Paris: Great meals for less than €10

By Kaitlin Davella

Paris has a reputation for being romantic, fashionable, and as most are quick to add, expensive. While the food is almost always quite good, a nice dinner in the City of Lights can run up quite a tab. While we highly recommend treating yourself to a classic French meal at least once during your stay, for those other nights when you’d like to reign in your budget it’s wise to have a few cheap and delicious options in mind.

With that in mind, here are eight trusted Paris dinner spots, all of which can be enjoyed for less than €10.

Chicago's Hearty Greek Breakfast Find - CityBuzz & Frommer's Feast on Spicy Feta

By Citybuzz

Guy Fieri Joins the Times Square Eatery Fray - Frommer's & CityBuzz Check Out His Effort

By Citybuzz