A camera and crane sit outside of Parliament on the set of director Sarah Gavron’s Suffragette, a Focus Features release.

That Wasn't a Set: Classic Movie Locations Around the World

By Roxie Pell

"Suffragette" was the first movie to shoot on location in London's Houses of Parliament. Here are some other films that got access to some of the world's most iconic landmarks.
Riviera Palm Springs

Frank Sinatra's Palm Springs: A Tour of His Hangouts

By Jason Cochran

He sang about Chicago and New York, but Frank Sinatra, who would have turned 100 in 2015, usually did it his way at his California home, Palm Springs. You can still visit the places Ol' Blue Eyes ate, drank, and slept—and pay respects at his gravesite.
Exterior of The Broad museum, downtown Los Angeles

Inside The Broad, Los Angeles' Gorgeous New Modern Art Museum

By Jason Cochran

Los Angeles' $140 million architectural conversation piece houses one of the world's finest collections of contemporary art—and it's free to visit.
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A Journey through Hemingway's Paris

Take a journey through The City of Light with Robert Wheeler’s Hemingway’s Paris and discover the city that inspired and changed the man behind some of the world’s best literature.
Evening view of the Tower of London, seen from across the River Thames.

The Royal River: Life Along the Thames

What the River Thames lacks in length, it makes up for in history and pageantry.

London's Tate Modern Built the City's Best New Observation Deck—And It's Free!

By Jason Cochran

Tate Modern was already one of the most popular tourist attractions in Europe, but with the addition of its Viewing Level, the city itself becomes a visual feast.

The Blue Angels Show in Traverse City, Michigan

By Pauline Frommer

A video of the extraordinary Blue Angels show on the Fourth of July show in Traverse City.

Answer Key to the Greenwich Village Scavenger Hunt

By Pauline Frommer

Let's see who won the Scavenger Hunt! Click here for the rules and the challenges.

Bulls Before Breakfast: A Conversation with Bull-Running Enthusiast Peter Milligan

By Ross Walker

Arthur and Pauline Frommer sit down with Peter Milligan, author of Bulls Before Breakfast: Running with the Bulls and Celebrating Fiesta de San Fermín in Pamplona, Spain.

Which Hotel Brands Do the Best Job? The J.D. Power & Associates Results Are In

By Ross Walker

Pauline and Arthur Frommer discuss the findings of J.D. Power and Associates' North American Hotel Satisfaction Study with the survey company's Rick Garlick.

How to Craft the Perfect Itinerary for Any Destination

By Pauline Frommer

Vacation time is precious. Here are our top tips on how to make the most of your days (and nights) when on holiday.

After the Amtrak Accident: Why Did It Happen, and What Can We Do Going Forward?

By Ross Walker

Arthur and Pauline Frommer sit down with Jim Matthews, President and CEO of the National Railroad Passengers Association, to discuss the Amtrak accident in Philadelphia.

The Ladies of Managua: A Tour of Nicaragua from a Novel Perspective

By Ross Walker

Arthur and Pauline Frommer chat with Eleni Gage, author of The Ladies of Managau, and talk about her experiences while living in Nicaragua.

Hemingway's Paris: A Writer's City Through Words and Pictures

By Ross Walker

Walk the streets of Paris as Hemingway did and take a step back into the romantic 1920s using Robert Wheeler's new book, Hemingway's Paris: A Writer's City Through Words and Pictures.

Arthur Frommer's Reaction to the President's Announcement Regarding the Travel Embargo Against Cuba

By Arthur Frommer

"Although it will make headlines, the announcement of these embargo modifications is of far less substance than meets the eye."

7 Popular Tourist Traps — and Where to Go Instead

By Bob Payne

Ever wonder why tourist traps are so popular? Sometimes, it’s as simple as name recognition, created by effective marketing, and a lack of knowledge about other choices.

La Soirée, the Burlesque Cabaret New York is Talking About: Frommer's and City Buzz Are Wowed

By City Buzz

Cerato, the Chicago Boutique Dedicated to Chicago Fashion: Frommer's and City Buzz Visit

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Which Circle Line Tour Is Right for You? Frommer's and City Buzz Do Manhattan

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Powerful Play About a Notorious Murder Wows the Stars: Frommer's and City Buzz on Broadway

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Repositioning Cruises: Long Days, Low Prices

By Heidi Sarna

Is a repositioning cruise right for you? Here are some answers to frequently asked questions, plus check out these sample cruise deals for Fall 2011 and Spring 2012.

A Shakespeare Weekend in Stratford-upon-Avon

By Donald Olson

The opening of the new Royal Shakespeare Theatre gives theatre-lovers a special incentive to visit the town where Shakespeare was born.

Memorial Cruises Honor the 100th Anniversary of the Sinking of the "Titanic"

By Heidi Sarna

The Titanic lives on in memorial cruises that are set to sail in April 2012, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the ship's sinking.

Seattle's Gay-Friendly Neighborhoods Decorate with Public Art

By Kelsy Chauvin

Despite its reputation for stormy weather, Seattle is adorned with a surprising variety of outdoor art across its many gay-friendly neighborhoods.

The Best Beaches and Ports for Cruisers

By Heidi Sarna

By the time your ship docks in port, you want to make a beeline for the beach. Don't know where to go? Here are the best beaches in some of the top cruise ports around the world.