When Tour Consultant Kyle P. returned from his first Go Ahead tour, A Taste of Tuscany & Umbria, "gluttony" was the word he used to describe his experience of eating his way through Italy. Yet, it wasn't the food photos that caught our eye but the images of the quiet moments on tour and the smaller details that tell a larger story.
World travel is inherently a life-changing experience. At Go Ahead, we're lucky enough to hear inspiring stories every day. When we got wind of Nancy Titus' story of finding her family in a small town south of Rome, we just had to share. Here, Nancy tells it in her own words.
In the spirit of Valentine's Day, we've been talking about romantic destinations and traditions from all over the world—but our favorite kinds stories are the true tales we hear from our travelers every day. Here, four couples share their stories.
Creative Director Amy was pleasantly surprised by this treat from Pasticceria il Boccione in il Ghetto di Roma, a Kosher bakery in Rome’s Jewish Ghetto. When her guide handed her the bar cookie studded with candied fruit, she wasn’t immediately impressed. “I don’t really like fruitcake-type things. I almost didn’t even try it,” she says. “But I did—and it was literally the be