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Whether old or new, hotels across the Atlantic are adhering to green standards. View


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September 27, 2016 | News | By Newswire

New Zealand has a number of new hotels and events slated to make their debut soon. Here's what to expect for 2017.


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September 22, 2016 | News | By Newswire

Artisans of Leisure’s new private tours brings travelers to the best that Colombia has to offer, noting its coffee culture.


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September 21, 2016 | News | By Newswire

The 20th anniversary of the Cornucopia food and drink festival will be offering tasting menus, seminars, and classes. Here's what's in store.


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September 20, 2016 | News | By Newswire

ESquared Hospitality, the parent company of BLT Market and BLT Steak Waikiki, recently announced the following offerings to get foodie Millennials excited for the fall season. Here's what's on tap.


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September 20, 2016 | News | By Susan Young

Holland America has unveiled a new culinary partnership with the popular PBS program, America's Test Kitchen. All Culinary Arts Centers will be updated as ATK facilities with a new line-up of ATK classes and workshops. Here's a look at what's planned.


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September 16, 2016 | News | By Newswire

The boutique tour company has appointed Teresa Costa as its director of travel agency sales and marketing. Find out what's next.



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August 29, 2016 | News | By Richard Nahem

Paris may be a city known for its cafes and for sipping espresso while watching the world go by, but don’t overlook its formidable tea culture. Here’s a top spot to check out.


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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.


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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.


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May 18, 2015 | News | By Richard Nahem

Many of the top gourmet and food shops in Paris are situated on the historic Place de la Madeleine. Here is a look at the yummiest.


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January 28, 2015 | News | By Richard Nahem

Our Paris blogger recently got to tour Fouquet's Barriere Hotel, the five-star hotel in France privately held by a French family and home to a café steeped in cinema history.


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November 21, 2014 | News | By Richard Nahem

Bustronome is a custom-built bus that serves multi-course gourmet lunches and dinners while touring the highlights of Paris. Our Paris blogger checks it out.



The new Villa One at One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos includes an 870-square-foot Master Suite.

June 14, 2016 | Article

Mexico is attracting tourists looking for some downtime or indulging their taste buds by offering a wide range of accommodation and dining options and cooking classes. Here's what you need to know.


A mouth-watering spread of gustatory treats outside a wine cellar in Mailberg, Austria.

March 1, 2016 | Article | By Michelle Krol, Natalie Maneval, Joe Pike

Travel for foodies and wine lovers is a booming niche, according to the latest stats. Here's a sampling of tasty tours, gourmet getaways and immersive experiences.


Anguilla’s annual Fiesta del Mar calls attention to the island’s culinary heritage.

May 12, 2015 | Article | By Joe Pike

Travel Agent recently visited Anguilla for the island’s annual Festival del Mar culinary celebration and came back with a wealth of selling tips for foodies who like to wash down a good meal with some old-fashioned Caribbean hospitality.


One of Seabourn’s “Shopping with the Chef” excursions

March 3, 2015 | Article | By Susan Young

Programs that focus on special interests give agents “hot buttons” to push. Here are eight experiences we’ve identified to help your guests sail, learn and emerge “enriched.”


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November 7, 2014 | Article | By Adam Leposa

Recently Travel Agent got a chance to attend a press trip to Alaska as the state's tourism climbed to record heights following the Great Recession. All week we'll be running a special report on selling the state. Here we look at what clients can expect this coming winter season.


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July 8, 2014 | Article | By Ruthanne Terrero

We wanted to get the pulse on travel to Mexico, and so Travel Agent magazine hosted a roundtable of top executives at the Tianguis Turistico conference on the Riviera Maya in May. Here are the biggest trends to watch out for in Mexico travel.



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While there is still room for improvement, today’s cruise ships are energy-efficient and more environmentally friendly than their counterparts of the past. View