100 episodes

Since the 1957 publication of Arthur Frommer's "Europe on $5 a Day," the Frommer's travel products have expanded to over 300 guidebooks, Frommers.com, and this popular radio show, affirming The Frommer's as the most trusted name in travel.

The Frommer's Travel Show Arthur and Pauline Frommer

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.3, 31 Ratings

Since the 1957 publication of Arthur Frommer's "Europe on $5 a Day," the Frommer's travel products have expanded to over 300 guidebooks, Frommers.com, and this popular radio show, affirming The Frommer's as the most trusted name in travel.

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

beattshook ,

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.

HvlDK ,

Too political

I used to never miss a podcast but it’s now too political for me

suzygrand99 ,

Enjoyable but could tweak it a bit

Overall I enjoy listening to the news and helpful hints in the world of travel that the show presents. I find it funny how after all these shows, Pauline has yet to learn how to give her interviewees a heads up that only a minute or thirty seconds are left before they have to cut to commercial. She does a good job with the interview until she cuts the guest off abruptly like a soup nazi. I also find it ironic how each show she ask us listeners to contact them on social media. I DM’d then on Instagram a few months ago and heard no response. Arthur sounds really cute on air and I find his rants entertaining.

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