Since the 1957 publication of Arthur Frommer's seminal Europe on $5 a Day, the Frommer guidebooks have been America's most trusted travel source. This podcast, hosted by Arthur's daughter, and business partner, Pauline Frommer, gives listeners the low down on what's happening in the world of travel today. Expect guest appearances by some of the biggest names in travel today, including Arthur Frommer, Jason Cochran, travel journalists from the New York Times, the Washington Post, and other publications.
The Meaning of Travel (A Philosophy Prof & a Memoirist Weigh In) Plus a Look at Foodie Italy
Our guests today were Professor Emily Thomas, Susan Spann (author of Climb) and Tony Perrottet on Emilia Romagna
The future of cruising, what it is like to move to Barbados, and pandemic-era Paris.
With guests Gene Sloan (of the Points Guy), Kerry Cheeseboro (of Cheeseboro Kitchens), and Lily Heise (author of There's Only One Paris).
A Look at New York City Past and Present
Today Chris Bonanos of the Encyclopedia of New York was the guest, plus Pauline Frommer and Zac Thompson discussed "New York City on $5 a Day"--what's the same and what has changed in Gotham over the decades
What will cruising be like soon, Jason Cochran on Disney's mass layoffs and Arthur Frommer talks budget travel
Lots of breaking news this week, and looks ahead to how cruising and Disney park vacations will be drastically changing. Plus some tips from Arthur!
Ethical ways to "meet the locals" & interact with animals on vacation, plus is flying safe and a word from Arthur
Pauline Frommer is joined by Frommers.com Managing Editor Zac Thompson today as well as her father Arthur Frommer
The New Frommer Travel Show with Pauline Frommer
Welcome to the NEW Frommer Travel Show, now on podcast only. Today we discuss the history and emotional impact of souvenirs; the good news out of Venice, Italy; and where Americans can go for a warm weather vacation this summer. We end the show with a segment from our founder Arthur Frommer discussing the lesser known national parks in the United States.
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Like a Box of Chocolates
I never miss a chance to hear Pauline speak in person. She is so knowledgeable! The Frommers are such travel experts that I enjoy the podcasts. However, it would be helpful to see episode summaries on line. I’d like to know the guests and travel destinations before I invest the time listening. This podcast is like a box of chocolates—you never know what you’re going to get.
Good content, wrong format
Listening to this show is a pleasure, and these two do an excellent job of breaking down travel topics that matter and securing informative, entertaining guests.
Pauline should ditch the radio show and shift to a true podcast format that’s not bound to a clock. The program is riddled with poorly timed interruptions, often as the guest is in mid-thought and about to reach the climax of some thrilling travel anecdote. Many other hosts would simply go a little over the allotted time and make it up in the next segment, provided they’re not up against the hard out-time at the end of the hour.
I’m nit picking here. This is an excellent show hosted by two of the industry’s top experts, and is well worth a listen for the thinking traveler.
I used to never miss a podcast but it’s now too political for me