Frommer Book Changed U.S. Travel Habits

In 1957, Arthur Frommer published Europe on 5 Dollars a Day. The guide became an immediate best-seller and changed the way Americans viewed international travel.

Fifty years after the book's debut, Frommer talks to Alex Cohen about his groundbreaking approach to travel.

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