Video Report: With the Swiss You Can't Miss

By Pauline Frommer

Why are the Swiss considered to be among the happiest people in the world? And how can you taste a bit of that bliss when you vacation there?

Video Report: Exploring Naples and Pompeii

By Pauline Frommer

Where to find Naples' best pizza, how see Pompeii for less, and more tips on visiting the Amalfi Coast.

Video Report: How to Get Great Deals in London

By Pauline Frommer

Want to see London for less? Pauline Frommer visits CNN to share saving tips like why you should say no to sightseeing pass and where you can sleep for £22 a night.


5 Things You Don't Know About Melbourne

By Lee Mylne

Melbourne has carved a niche as the hippest city in Australia -- with a European style that her rival Sydney can't match -- and possessing both elegance and edge in equal measure.

Video Report: L.A. Beyond the Stars

By Pauline Frommer

Pauline Frommer visits CNN to share things to do in Los Angeles for both movie and TV buffs and travelers who want nothing to do with the entertainment industry.

5 Things You Don't Know About Paris

By Margie Rynn

With a little bit of insider information, travelers can discover the affordable side of the French capital, while still enjoying its many pleasures.

Video: Wine Country Getaways

By Pauline Frommer

Pauline Frommer visits CNN to share tips for exploring California wine country near San Francisco.

Video: Travelers Explore President Obama's Roots

By Pauline Frommer

Travel expert Pauline Frommer visits CNN to talk about the business of travel based on a president's roots.

Travel Writing 101: Becoming an Expert

By Robert Haru Fisher

Want to get a writing assignment? Make a name for yourself by developing expertise based on geography and curiosity.

Lazytown Star Shares Iceland Tips for Teens

By Sascha Segan

To get into the teenage mindset, I turned to probably the world's greatest expert on Icelandic tips for American teens, Nick Jr. star Julianna Mauriello.

French Perfection and Caribbean Flavors Meet in Martinique's Rums

By Brian Silverman

When I learned I was going to be visiting the island of Dominica recently, I extended my trip to include a quick visit to its neighbor Martinique to see what goes into the making of its distinctive rum.

Bhutan's Improbable All-Inclusive Mountain Splendor

By Charis Atlas Heelan

The Kingdom of Druk Yul is a tiny nation located in the Himalayan Mountains and one that remains perhaps the least-touched by outsiders and tourists.

What's Happening in Greece After the Fires?

By Sherry Marker

This summer saw the worst forest fires in Greece in living memory. Lives and villages were lost, but there has been little lasting damage to the country's ancient landmarks.

Why Westminster Abbey is One of the World's Great Churches

By Jason Cochran

Only have time to see one church in London? You can't beat Westminster's mix of history, monarchy and artistry. Podcast: How to Travel the World for a Long, Long Time

By David A. Lytle

'Vagabonding' author Rolf Potts tells you how you can skip work and travel the globe for months at a time.

24 Hours at the Cheapest Four Seasons in the World

By Heidi Sarna

Looking for five stars worth of luxury for under $175 a night? You can find it, but you'll have to go to Thailand.

People Watching, Lit Legends and More of the Best of Paris Cafe Culture

By Margie Rynn

There must be thousands of cafes in Paris, and a thorough run down would easily fill a book. Though you could probably have a primal cafe experience in just about any corner operation, here are a few ideas for your own personal cafe tour.

Get an Education in ... Las Vegas?

By Pauline Frommer

Care to know how the residents of Sin City learn their trades, hone their skills and pursue their ambitions? In a city as weird as this one, those subjects can be more interesting than you'd think.

Why the Louvre and Musee d'Orsay are Paris' Best Museums

By Margie Rynn

There are scores of museums in Paris. But two are so grand in scope and ambition, so profound in their impact upon the visitor that they have to be counted as iconic experiences.

Drink Like Dickens: 15 Historic London Pubs You'll Love

By Jason Cochran

Be they truly ancient, stunningly beautiful, happily situated, or simply charming, these fifteen pubs are all authentic and won't let you down. All of them serve food of some kind (burgers, meat pies, and the like) and won't set you back more than £3 for a pint.

The Wisdom of the Markets: Last-Minute Deals for a Central European Christmas

By Carrie Havranek

Although we reported on this not quite two months ago, some last-minute deals have popped up, so consider this a reminder: if you want to go to Central Europe during the holidays and shop the Christmas Markets, now is the time to book.

An Ode to the Indian Head Massage

By Heidi Sarna

You can hardly help but fall in love with the place, but by the end of a long day, India will eat you and spit you out. You'll be wiped. There's no better way to detox, calm down, chill out and recover from a case of sensory overload than a trip to the local beauty salon for a humble head massage.

Get Behind the Scenes in Venice

By Keith Bain

In a city almost wholly devoted to the tourist trade, is it possible for the visitor to experience some of the life known to residents? It's not very easy, but we tell you how.

Take a Day or Two to Eat Your Way Through Singapore

By Heidi Sarna

If you're headed for Southeast Asia, chances are you'll wind up passing through Singapore at some point. One of the region's major transportation hubs, a great way to spend a day or two in Singapore is simply to eat.

How to Feel Like a Hawaii Family: The Best of What to See and Do

By Jeanette Foster