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.

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.

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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.

Frommers.com 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.

Unbelievable Untours: Stay Like a Local with European Dream Deals

By Jason Sheftell

Himalay One on Me: Air, Hotel, Tours to Tibet and More

By Robert Haru Fisher

Unearth Ancient Japan in Kyoto

By Robert Haru Fisher

Escape hectic Tokyo for older and slower-paced Kyoto. We've got tips on what to see, what to eat, where to stay and more.

All the Views Fit to Print: Photo Safaris Across Africa

By Robert Haru Fisher

Oh Tannenbaum: Christmas Markets across Germany

By Robert Haru Fisher

Christmastime in Germany: a great time of year to visit