Budget travel involves preparation. The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World helps prepare for the situations found in Florida travel and the crowds of Walt Disney World. Read this book review on the guidebook.
Frommer offers full-sized updates to its popular day by day series. This book review of the Italy guidebook is valuable for budget travel.
Travel books help budget travelers plan their trips and find cheap hotels, discounts and other money saving tips. Ask Arthur Frommer is a self-titled book by the legendary writer, who answers frequently asked questions about saving money on travel.
Let's Go is a student-oriented series that helps all budget travelers develop very low-cost itineraries. It is an invaluable tool if your budget is limited but your thirst for travel experience is not.
Readers searching for discount airfares and last minute flights should also take notice of another potential expense in travel: lost luggage. Find a strategy for minimizing the risk of lost luggage in the airport and save on travel.
Off the Beaten Path is a classic travel book from Readers Digest. Read a book review of this newly revised and updated book about America's attractions off the beaten path.
Cruising the Caribbean on a budget means finding the best deal on shore excursions and planning your trip to ports of call. Caribbean Ports of Call gives you a detailed look at the most popular destinations and starts your planning with good information about vacation bargains.
Guidebooks help budget travelers plan their trips and find cheap hotels, discounts and other money saving tips. DK Eyewitness Travel Guides include a volume about Portugal.
Tim Leffel advocates what he calls a contrarian approach to travel. He looks for the tourist crowds, then avoids where they eat or sleep. The result is a more memorable--and economical--way to see the world. Budget travelers find the best deals when they look in the right places.
Billed as a manual for shaping smart travel decisions, this book is packed with practical, easy-to-read strategies for planning, booking and navigating your trip.
Unbelievably good deals and great adventures that you absolutely can't get unless you're over 50 is a long title for a book, but it describes a guide that is needed for budget travelers who want to take advantage of age-based discounts. Joan Rattner Heilman provides details for senior deals on airfares, hotels, trains, car rentals and other travel products.
Lonely Planet presents The Europe Book, a travel guide to 52 nations within Europe. Budget travelers can preview countries and sites they want to visit and plan budget travel accordingly.
Plan your budget trip to North America's most inviting national parks with Lonely Planet guides to national parks in Canada and the United States.
Tim Leffel outlines a strategy that is all but lost on most travelers: find an inexpensive destination, and your other money-saving plans become effortless.
For the first-time budget visitor to Europe, there might not be a more complete handbook on the market. You might think you're ready for your trip, but John Bermont will show you what real preparation is all about.
The Night+Day series is a directory of the best urban attractions, nightlife, restaurants and hotels for the world's trendiest cities.
You know that frequent flier miles lead to free trips. But how good are you at managing and maximizing those miles? David Crandall shows you how to earn free airfares and cut travel expenses in his book "Fly Free: As Easy as 1-2-3."