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Dream Trips You Can Actually Afford

Yes, you CAN afford to visit Machu Picchu! Try going with an affordable group tour by G Adventures. (Luq1/Dreamstime.com) Think dream trips like Europe and Hawaii are totally out of reach? You'd be surprised how many affordable packages are out there to help. Show More Summary

Nomadic in Morocco: You CAN Afford the Trip of a Lifetime

A trek across the Sahara Desert is just one of the highlights of this amazing road trip in Morocco! (Michael Hanson) From stylish Marrakech across the Sahara and jaw-dropping Atlas Mountains, this is a road trip like no other. But we're...Show More Summary

8 Incredibly Beautiful Places to See Spring Flowers

It's Tulip Time in Keukenhof Gardens, outside Amsterdam, one of the most beautiful places to see spring flowers! (Courtesy randy09/myBudgetTravel) The sun is shining! The polar vortex is (we hope!) just a distant memory. It's time to...Show More Summary

'Mad Men' Travel Destinations

If only we looked this put together for every flight. (Courtesy Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC) As seen on TV! We've followed Don Draper for seven seasons as he's crisscrossed the globe, be it via Cadillac or TWA flight. As the final episodes...Show More Summary

Introducing our "new" blog!

We're very excited to announce that the Budget Travel blog is moving to a better platform and sporting a new and improved look! We’ll have all the same breaking news, inside info, and other travel treats that you've come to depend on us for—just in a different skin. Show More Summary

Hawaii Vacation Ideas: Tips For Visiting Oahu

A view of Diamond Head from Waikiki Beach (Courtesy dbreininger/myBudgetTravel) Thinking of taking a trip to Hawaii? Having lived there for seven years as a youngster, I've rounded up some great tips for visiting Oahu, Hawaii's Gathering Place, whether it's your first trip or you're a veteran visitor. Show More Summary

The Fall’s Most Travel-Inspiring Television Shows

Old Israel meets new Haifa on Homeland. What TV shows make you want to travel the world? (Courtesy trvlmurofen/myBudgetTravel) Last Oscar season, we revealed our top picks for the most travel–inspiring films of the year. But why should the big screen have all the fun? This year, four television shows are inspiring a serious case of wanderlust. Show More Summary

Hilton Giving Away 25 Prizes in Honor of Anniversary

The Hilton Kauai Beach Resort in Kauai, Hawaii. (Courtesy Mr.Thomas/Flickr) Our friends over at Hilton are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their points program by giving away a prize a day for 25 days in the month of October. I'm...Show More Summary

Epcot Turns 30!

When I first visited Walt Disney World’s Epcot, I felt as if I’d been there before. A little background: One of my earliest memories is of trooping among the colorful pavilions of the 1964 New York World’s Fair as a toddler. Sure, my...Show More Summary

3 Great Apps for Cruisers

Use these apps to get the most out of your cruise (Courtesy whimsyj/myBT) Even the most experienced cruises would benefit from downloading these three apps that give you the inside scoop on boats and PortPal Make the most of your shore excursion with weather updates, ship itineraries, and guides to over 800 ports. Show More Summary

Local Rental Car Companies vs. The Big Guys

Advantage is one of the many local car rental agencies that can save you money (Courtesy Atomic Taco/Flickr) Their names—Advantage, ACE, E-Z, Fox, Payless, Triangle—don't exactly ring a bell. In fact, you might not realize they're in the rental car business. Show More Summary

Nominate Your Town for America's Coolest Small Towns 2013!

The race for America's Coolest Small Towns 2013 is on! For the seventh year, we're setting out to find the best small–town communities around the country. We're still reeling from the excitement of last year's contest, which resulted...Show More Summary

Why You Should Expect More Delays On American Airlines

You can expect more flight delays on American Airlines next month (Courtesy Sam Beebe, Ecotrust/Flickr) It seems like every day there's another negative airline story. The latest: American Airlines employees and the corporate officeShow More Summary

Eccentric Eateries Around the World

In 2010, BT compiled a list of the eight wildest and wackiest restaurants around the globe—from a Taiwanese eatery that swaps chairs for toilets to a NYC spot where ninjas descend on diners spontaneously through the evening. We had a...Show More Summary

A New Kind of Culinary Treasure in Toronto

Boneless back rib burgers with smoky tomato jam and maple mustard BBQ at Bannock. (Photograph by Renee Suen) Toronto's new breed of chef is sticking close to home, calling on centuries of Canadian culinary tradition. Take a cross-country...Show More Summary

Do Airline Travelers Need More Consumer Protection?

How do you deal with fewer flights, higher fares, and increasing fees? (Courtesy caribb/Flickr) On Monday, the U.S. Department of Transportation released a report, Aviation Industry Performance: A Review of the Aviation Industry, 2008-2011,...Show More Summary

Where Travelers Pay the Highest Taxes

Travelers to Chicago pay the highest amount of taxes per day (Courtesy jenmoretti/myBudgetTravel) When you are setting your vacation budget, it's easy to overlook taxes as you calculate airfare and hotel rates and even reasonably priced restaurants. Show More Summary

Another Hotel Chain Adds Trip Advisor Ratings

Best Western hotel listings now feature the Trip Advisor rating Everyone has their feelings on Trip Advisor—some take the reviews as bible, others take them with a shaker full of salt. But whatever your feeling, more and more hotel companies...Show More Summary

Delta Adds Recharging Stations to More Airports

Delta is adding new recharging stations to 13 airports (Courtesy Delta Airlines) As more and more carryon space it taken up by tablets, laptops, and smartphones, finding an available outlet at the gate before your flight can be a challenge. Show More Summary

In Defense of Tacky Tourist Photos

There are two types of people in the world: those who can walk by a life–like statue of a pirate without taking a goofy picture with it, and those you can't. I decidedly fall in the latter category, whether it's a six–foot tall statue...Show More Summary

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