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The History of Pasta: National Geographic’s new tour

The History of Pasta is the name given to one of the newest tours by National Geographic Day Tours. With newly added itineraries and destinations, and the ease to book directly or through travel agencies, National Geographic Day Tours has launched even more opportunities for travelers to explore the world through uniquely authentic National Geographic experiences in one-day and half-day tours The History of Pasta: Discover Naples through food Join…

Luxury Travel: clients looking for unique experiences in 2024

Luxury travel never goes out of fashion. Consumers are getting bolder, looking for unique experiences and far-flung destinations as they plan their travel for 2024 according to more than 100 luxury travel advisors who attended Global Travel Collection’s Elevate conference. Luxury travel: what’s ahead for the industry Advisors who participated in the survey say that experiential travel is a growing trend among their clients, who want to do something new…

Flying to Italy has never been easier

Flying to Italy will be faster and cheaper thanks to the competition storming the skies above the Atlantic Ocean. Both Delta Airlines and United have enhanced their transatlantic connections to Europe. The new schedules will include cities like Milan, Rome, Florence, Venice and Naples. Flying to Italy: direct flights from Chicago, Washington and New York (Both JFK and Newark) Starting on May the 23rd United will operate a second daily…

Lonely Planet’s best in Travel 2024: Tuscany makes it to the list

Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2024 is out again after the forced stop due to the pandemic. The annual bestseller Best in Travel 2024 presents the 10 best destinations in the world, across 5 distinct categories: country, region, city, sustainable and value. Lonely Planet’s best in Travel 2024: A Strict Selection Process The annual Best in Travel guide is the result of a very thorough selection process. A survey is first sent to all…

The Castello Visconteo: a scary tour a few miles from Milan

The Castello Visconteo is one of those things that must be on your bucket list when visiting Milan and its surroundings. It is a one-of-a-kind example of medieval architecture on the banks of the river Adda, a few miles east of Milan. It was built to defend a ford in a strategic position, most probably in the Lombard or Carolingian era