Tokyo is a 24-hour city

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

Tokyo is alive every minute of the day or night. Use our hour-by-hour guide to experience its many personalities.
White carriage waiting for passengers in the old harbor of Chania, Crete

Singles Vacations in Stunning Destinations

Looking for someone who shares your passion for travel? Look no further than a singles vacation.
Get a grip on a loop in the Tokyo Metro.

The World's Best Subways: 10 Top Cities

Blend in with the locals by mastering the subway systems in Tokyo, London, Dubai, and seven other cities around the world.
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Biking near Lachine Canal (Rue de la Commune) in Montreal.

How to See Montreal on Two Wheels

Montréal has made its streets inviting to cyclists, giving another reason to visit this vibrant and incredibly green city.
Shopping in SoHo, New York City. Photo: Courtesy Trump SoHo

15 Top Girlfriend Getaways

From cooking classes to spa vacations, each of these inspiring trip ideas caters to groups of women traveling together.
It's no surprise that more travelers are turning to Twitter (<strong><a href="http://www.twitter.com" target="_blank">www.twitter.com</a></strong>) to find deals and stay on top of travel trends. Some&nbsp;tweeters are geniuses at saving you money on airfares, and we're not just talking about a few dollars&mdash;some of these accounts come up with deals you only fantasize about. Seriously.

Twitter Airfare Deals: 6 Accounts to Follow

Follow the leaders: These six tweeters can save you big money on your next flight.
The grand Angell Hall at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

How To Plan a College Tour Vacation

It's the ultimate road trip—and for some families it may be the last road trip you take together. But planning a successful college visiting vacation isn't all that easy, especially considering that many colleges don't give weekend tours. Here's some hard-won wisdom from Pauline Frommer, who just finished looking at colleges with her older daughter.
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.
Aerial view of an orange overcast London through a rain speckled glass pane

How to See the Best of England in One Week

Make the most of your time in England with our week-long itinerary. Through short bursts of travel, we'll take you through the best of London and then on to such storied locales as Windsor, Oxford, and Stratford-upon-Avon. History, nature, art—the best way to experience England.
Downtown Atlanta at night.

10 Cities That are Suddenly Exciting Thanks to Generation Y

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.
Las Vegas

How to Save in Expensive Cities

How to get the most out of New York, Paris, London, and five more great cities while spending the least.

The Ultimate Family Road Trip: Visiting Colleges

By Pauline Frommer

Helping your kids find the right college will put some mileage on your car...and some wrinkles on your forehead. Here are some tips on how to make seeing colleges—and the road trips that can involve–a successful activity.

Malia Obama Brings Back the "Gap Year"—Here's Why Every Student Should Take One (and How)

By Pauline Frommer

What You and Your Teen Should Know About Planning a Successful—and Peripatetic—Gap Year

How to Get Amtrak's Student Discount

By Jason Cochran

The United States' national railway service offers a student discount to people aged 17 to 25. It's not hard to get, but there are a few rules to follow. Here's how to book a student discount on Amtrak.

How to Complain to Uber

By Margaret Daly

As revolutionary as it may be, consumer experiences with this transportation app are not always ideal. Here's how you can file a complaint to Uber.

Long-Term Travelers Reinvent Hostels By Opening Their Own

By Roxie Pell

Hostels were once infamous for being impersonal, clincial, and excruciatingly bare-bones, but international travelers are bringing their experiences home with them to open a next breed of budget lodging.