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Trip Types & Activities

street food

April 29, 2016 | News

Experiencing the aromas and tastes of street food in the company of local people in a far-off land is one of travel’s greatest treats. A tour is the best way to explore the delights on offer (and avoid the potential hazards) while tucking into an unfamiliar cuisine.


April 29, 2016 | News

Seven passengers have been asked to stay in their cabins until 48 hours after their symptoms have disappeared. Here’s the latest on the situation.

maria theresa

April 29, 2016 | News | By Newswire

The boutique river cruise line and the tour operator have teamed up to provide fitness-focused travel experiences. Here’s a quick look.

Left to right: Christy Prescott (San Antonio, Texas), Terry Gerken (Toledo, Ohio), Michael Boult, Louise Lascik (Johns Creek, Ge

April 29, 2016 | News | By Newswire

The travel industry event convened at the Fairmont Hotel, Millennium Park, Chicago from April 25-26. Find out what was on the agenda.


April 29, 2016 | News | By Newswire

Cuba by Land and Sea: Cultural Heritage and Natural Wonders is a 10-night people-to-people program that combines people-to-people visits with an exploration of Cuba’s natural history and pristine marine habitats. Here’s a quick preview.

carnival vista

April 29, 2016 | News | By Newswire

Carnival Cruise Line just celebrated a handover ceremony for its newest cruise ship, the Carnival Vista, at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy. Find out where the ship is headed next.

musee marmottan monet

March 28, 2016 | News | By Richard Nahem

With over 153 museums in Paris, we’ve chosen two off the beaten path gems located in former privately owned mansions. Check it out.


February 16, 2016 | News | By Richard Nahem

Concept stores with a variety of eclectic merchandise along with cafes, restaurants, bookshops, and other ancillary services have become the go to places for trendsetters. One Paris local shares his two faves.

ducasse chocolate

January 21, 2016 | News | By Richard Nahem

A former New York chocolatier living in Paris shares his top picks for where to get sweet treats.

Jacques Genin

December 11, 2015 | News | By Richard Nahem

Paris is one of the great shopping destinations in the world, and even die-hard, seasoned shopaholics can’t get enough retail therapy. We break down where to get the best deals.

le reminet

November 23, 2015 | News | By Richard Nahem

I’ve lived in Paris for 10 years now and have been to most of the top bistros in the guidebooks but have also dined at many neighborhood bistros where locals go. Here are some top choices to share with Millennial travelers.

paris photo

November 2, 2015 | News | By Richard Nahem

Since 1998 Paris has honored the art of photography with private and national institutions holding exhibits throughout the city. We've rounded up a list of the top shows, exhibitions, and venues.

Guests on Collette’s new “Alaska and the Yukon” tour can head into Denali National Park on Alaska Railroad’s GoldStar service.

April 26, 2016 | Article | By Adam Leposa

With an unsettled travel situation abroad, Americans planning to vacation closer to home this summer could be setting their sights on Alaska.

Participants at the European roundtable hosted by Travel Agent magazine at the Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel in New York.

April 25, 2016 | Article | By Ruthanne Terrero

Travel Agent recently hosted tour office reps, suppliers and travel agents in a discussion of the latest Europe travel trends. From the impact of the March terrorist attacks in Brussels to what's next for experiential travel, here's an in-depth look at the conversation.


April 18, 2016 | Article | By Joe Pike, Natalie Maneval

Generation X is often called the “Lost Generation” - caught between Baby Boomers, who view using a travel agents as a given, and Millennials, who often turn to social media. Travel Agent spoke with expert agents, many Gen-Xers themselves, to find out what makes these travelers tick.

Bedford Avenue is filled with shops and restaurants that have helped make Williamsburg a must-visit.

April 6, 2016 | Article | By Natalie Maneval

This trendy area has welcomed some of the best eateries, shops and bars in New York City over the past few years. Here’s our take.

The Aggstein Castle, on the Danube River near the Wachau Valley in Austria, is presumed to have been built in the 12th century.

April 4, 2016 | Article | By Michelle Krol

You may have sailed past these castles while journeying on a cruise, or while sightseeing on a separate trip, but some of these destinations may have even more of a story to tell. Here's an inside look.

Arches National Park, Utah, has more than 2,000 natural stone arches and other rock formations.

April 4, 2016 | Article | By Staff , Natalie Maneval, Michelle Krol, Adam Leposa, Joe Pike

From the natural wonders of America’s National Parks to innovative, offbeat and downright fun offerings elsewhere around the world — on land and at sea — we present an array of ideas to help make your clients’ summer family vacation all the more enriching and memorable.