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The largest city in Québec, Montréal is one of the world’s most fascinating cultural capitals. Cari Gray’s itinerary shows off its best restaurants, celebrated museums and festivals, and historic sites. You’ll then head to the Eastern Townships for a biking trip through country towns lost in time.
Explore Scotland’s most inspiring masterpieces on this four-day itinerary that takes you from Glasgow’s street murals and Kelvingrove Art Gallery to the mind-blowing V&A in Dundee, the UNESCO City of Design.
A solo trip to the Napa Valley provides peace and quiet in an uplifting setting, plus opportunities to make new friends at wine tastings, art classes, and on nature outings.
The Napa Valley has something for everyone in your group: acclaimed restaurants and wineries, restorative hot springs, outdoor adventures, and indie shops.
It’s inspiring to create—and admire—art in the Napa Valley. Here are some of the galleries, studios, and art-filled wineries that make the destination a masterpiece.
This five-day trip to Singapore is a whirlwind introduction to the best of the city’s cocktail, dining, and shopping scenes.
This 4-day itinerary highlights some classics and a handful of unexpected excursions in Palm Springs and other nearby resort communities, the San Jacinto Mountains, and Joshua Tree National Park.
A 5-day itinerary to Los Angeles explores the city's art and cultural institutions, lively food scene, and different neighborhoods.
This trip explores both the iconic sites and the new entrepreneurial spirit of San Francisco.
Discover talented new designers while exploring historic Charleston during the city’s annual fashion week in March.
With world-class dining and nightlife, spas and shopping, and activities from snorkeling to Segways, Bermuda is the ideal destination for a group of friends ready to explore all that the island has to offer. Lauren Maggard of Jet Set World Travel has created an itinerary that covers the entire island, from west to east. More importantly, her trip plan includes activities that will appeal to every member of your entourage.
Judy Perl of Judy Perl Worldwide Travel has designed an itinerary that shows off Switzerland as a spectacular holiday destination, long noted for its Christmas markets that transform the cities of Zurich, Basel, and Lucerne into winter wonderlands straight out of a fairytale. If you are going on a Rhine River cruise, which Judy can also arrange, make sure to spend a few days seeing all that these cities have to offer before or after you sail.
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.
Fill your suitcase with one-of-a-kind finds as you explore Charleston.
Round up your girlfriends and head to Charleston for four days of culture, great food, and shopping.
With world-class museums and exciting neighborhoods, Toronto is an increasingly vibrant city. You’ll understand why if you book Michael Holtz’s itinerary. It features meals at top restaurants as well as local favorites, plus opportunities to experience Toronto’s best shopping and nightlife, including its popular festivals.