I love just about everything in and every issue of Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel, but the September 2009 issue dealt specifically with bargains in Europe. This issue has several little known secrets when it comes to finding the best deals in Europe from fall through winter, including hotel deals, cruise options and sights that are cheaper now.
The September issue has a whole section filled with new travel budget options that travelers are sharing, followed by fifty deals in the biggest cities around Europe. The other big feature in this issue is the Flea Market compilations, which gives you all the information that you need on some of the biggest and least known flea markets around the world.
Other than Europe, there is a really great feature on road tripping through Yellowstone. The magazine shows you more than the usual stuff and really helps you in putting together the perfect family trip to the park and surrounding areas. To top it all off is a really neat piece on the wineries of Long Island. I have been to Long Island many times myself, but have never done the wineries so I am looking forward to my next trip.
This is a really great publication for travel lovers and this issue was especially handy.