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Visit the great culinary and cultural capitals of Europe’s Atlantic Coast.
Bermuda is a beautiful, enchanting archipelago of over 181 tightly knit islands and islets, boasting welcoming pink-sand beaches, a charming local culture, and fascinating history. Air Canada Vacations has a complete selection of flights, resorts and activities so you can customize the perfect vacation. Here are our suggestions on how to enjoy seven days on this island paradise.
Judy Perl, of Judy Perl Worldwide, has designed an itinerary that is packed with local favorites so you can go behind the scenes in Bermuda, and experience this unique island from an insider's perspective. You'll experience the enthralling mix of old and new, from quaint, 400-year-old colonial-era towns to chic, modern dining from one of the world's most lauded international chefs. Discover the deep roots of traditional island culture as you delve into vibrant art museums, and take an eye-opening guided adventure through underground lakes, stately forts, and lush plantation gardens. Read on for the complete itinerary, and don't forget to check our guide for in-depth details about the trip's top attractions.
JetBlue Getaways wants to introduce you to Bermuda—from its underground caves to the top of its historic lighthouses. Along the way, there’s time to explore St. George’s and Hamilton and, of course, enjoy a rum swizzle or two.
Bob Preston, a resident of Geneva and the founder of the leading travel companies Swiss Panache and Panache.Voyage, has created a tour that highlights both Swiss craftsmanship—its famous watches and knives—as well as its contributions to the worlds of art, architecture and design. You'll see important works by Paul Klee, Le Corbusier, and others. Between all the cultural highlights (some described in more detail in this guide), Bob will make sure you experience the best of Switzerland's hotels and restaurants.
A breathtaking journey like no other across the pristine landscapes and scenery of Switzerland. Experience the Alpine vistas, serene lakes, and innovative cuisine on this leisurely journey to cosmopolitan cities, quaint villages, and chic resort towns. Venture across German-, French-, and Italian-speaking regions with overnight stays in Zurich, St. Moritz, Zermatt, Montreux, and Lucerne. Relax at sophisticated hotels by night after days of immersive experiences, indulgent culinary explorations and phenomenal views. From your Welcome Dinner at the elegant Linde Oberstrass in Zurich to a grand finale at the Michelin-starred Seerestaurant Belvédère near Lucerne, and every step along the way, embrace the authentic flavors, culture and hospitality of the Swiss.
Switzerland has long been a progressive country that champions diversity and individual rights, and it's also very gay friendly. Sophisticated LGBT travelers come for the welcoming atmosphere, glorious lakes, and majestic mountains. John Clifford's itinerary includes the welcoming cities of Zurich, Geneva, and Lausanne, taking in both the region's natural wonders along with its art and architecture highlights. You can read more about John's itinerary below and some of the highlights of his trip in this guide.
Bob Preston, a resident of Geneva, has created two trips right in his own backyard. The week-long itinerary here highlights two products, chocolate and cheese, that are familiar Swiss exports and one that would be better known if the Swiss didn't consume almost all of their wine before it can leave the country. Continue reading below for details about the itinerary and also check out our guide describing some of the highlights of this trip that will leave your palate sated.
Betty Jo Currie of Currie & Co. Travels Unlimited was inspired by an unforgettable trip she took to Switzerland with her daughters to create an itinerary that includes many of her favorite highlights in the country. It includes plenty of opportunities to explore the country's most stunning regions, like the Bernese Oberland, on foot, but also sunset cruises on lake steamers, cable car rides, and a journey aboard one of the world's most famous trains.
Blue skies, emerald meadows, and iconic peaks add up to a picture-perfect vacation. On this itinerary to the Alps' most photogenic towns and with plenty of food shots along the way, you'll discover the region's highlights are always ready for a close-up. Photo credit: Viorel Munteanu
The Matterhorn, the Black Forest, and the postcard-perfect Alpine town of Hallstatt are some of the must-see stops on this journey through the Alps.
A journey to the cultural capitals of the Alps—Innsbruck, Munich, Salzburg, and Zurich—includes stops at superb museums, visits to historic sights, and meals to remember.
From the heights of the Alfama to the banks of the Tagus, get thoroughly acquainted with Portugal’s capital—and Sintra—in six days.
Visit five countries in Central America on this 12-day cruise that includes ancient sites, colonial cities, and natural wonders.
This 12-day cruise begins in Dublin and ends in Tromsø, Norway, with stops at some in Scotland’s Hebrides and Shetland islands along the way.
Explore the islands of the western Mediterranean—the Balearics, Corsica, and Elba—on this itinerary from Barcelona to Rome.
Immerse yourself in South Africa’s thriving art scene during a 9-day trip that features Johannesburg, Cape Town, and a safari camp known for its collection.
Whatever your passions—art, architecture, history, music—Austria’s capital will surprise and delight you.
In a city so dazzling it can be daunting, here’s a sampler of both Parisian classics and recent additions that will leave you wanting more.
Bavaria’s capital offers all you could ask for on a German vacation, from beer halls to world-class art, in one inviting city.
This itinerary is packed with masterpieces, from ones by Michelangelo to others by Michelin-starred chefs.
With its whimsical architecture, varied art museums, and legendary tapas, this city by the sea will win you over.
Read all about the YALLFest, devoted to young adult literature, and other kid-friendly activities that will spark the imagination in Charleston.
Get an inside look at the Charleston good life during the annual Festival of Houses and Gardens, while also visiting historic plantations.
Immerse yourself in the fascinating culture and culinary traditions of the Gullah community during the Sweetgrass Festival.
Ready to get to know Charleston? This itinerary provides a taste of what makes it a must-visit destination.
This kid-friendly trip devotes two days to experiencing historic Charleston and two days to the seashore.
Charleston’s past comes to life as you explore cobblestone neighborhoods, plantations, and take a carriage tour.
From Scotland to Sweden, with stops in five other countries on route, this cruise is a sampler of some of Northern Europe’s most fascinating cities.
In one week, you’ll visit five of Greece’s most beloved islands, with an unforgettable detour to Turkey.
Setting out from Athens, this nine-night cruise calls at seven ports in the Aegean and Adriatic. Last but not least? Venice.
This long overlooked corner of Mexico is now attracting travelers with its Mayan ruins, vibrant indigenous cultures, and national parks.
The historic city of Puebla, an hour outside Mexico City, makes an ideal base to explore the state’s colonial towns and pre-colonial sites.
Get to know one of Mexico’s most fascinating cities through its food, crafts, mescal, and lush flora.
Josh Alexander’s itinerary emphasizes what’s new in Toronto, including expansions to its museums and openings in the lively Distillery District. You’ll then travel to Stratford, known for its acclaimed theater festival, and Niagara Falls, where you’ll get a close look at this must-see natural marvel.
The provinces of Atlantic Canada offer windswept, dramatic scenery, as well as lively cities that make the most of the glorious summers here. Michael Holtz’s coastal itinerary includes some of his favorite places in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, from natural wonders to historic sites.
Canada’s capital, Ottawa, is approaching its 150th anniversary—and has the bevy of cultural and historic sites to prove it. Cari Gray’s itinerary highlights Parliament, ByWard Market, and Canada’s National Museums. After seeing them, and exploring Gatineau Park, you’ll continue to the charming wine region of Prince Edward County.