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.
"The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" Photo by: Chuck Kennedy/Official White House

How to Get Tickets to SNL, Jimmy Fallon, and Other NYC TV Shows

By Frommer's Staff

What you need to know to see Roker, Stewart, Ray, and other TV stars during your next trip to New York City.
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.
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Aerial view of an orange overcast London through a rain speckled glass pane

How to See the Best of England in One Week

By Donald Strachan, Photo Editing by Margaret Daly

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.
Shopping in SoHo, New York City. Photo: Courtesy Trump SoHo

15 Top Girlfriend Getaways

By Carrie Havranek

From cooking classes to spa vacations, each of these inspiring trip ideas caters to groups of women traveling together.
Children at the base of Cinderella's Castle at Walt Disney World

18 Classic Disney World Attractions

Experts describe the park's most compelling rides and sights and how to see them best.
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 view from the Cathedral of Notre Dame

The World's 10 Most Divine Cities

Head to 10 cities famous for the world's most beautiful churches, temples, synagogues, and mosques.

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.

Cruise U: Setting Your Mind Adrift with a Purpose

By Heidi Sarna

It's safe to assume St. Augustine, who said 'The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page,' would have approved of The Scholar Ship, a sea-going university.