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Why visit the Mediterranean in the off-season
When the sunny days of summer are over, Italy and Greece still shine. Visit these destinations during the cooler months to enjoy comfortable temperatures, savor seasonal specialties, and join in on festive celebrations. Here are four ways to make the most of a Mediterranean getaway in the off-season.
A personalized trip to Portugal & Spain
Did you know that you can make any of our 175+ tours an exclusive departure with just 14 people? Here’s how Group Coordinator Gerry made a journey to Portugal and Spain all his own by tailoring it to his group’s interests.
Globetrotting sisters explore Southern Italy
Kay and Anne have been traveling together since 2002 and documenting their adventures on their blog, BlondeBrunetteTravel.com. Over the summer, they set out on tour to find out what makes Italy’s “boot heel” an amazing destination.
Travel Operations Coordinator Jacky Wilson recently explored China, a city full of contrasts ranging from modern marvels to ancient sites, from pristine landscapes to bustling city centers. Here, she shares five of her favorite photos from the trip.
"I had expected the beautiful coastal scenery of Croatia, however the landscapes of the interior were not to be outdone! This picture is from the top of the “Walls of Ston” overlooking the walled town below."
Graphic Designer (and photographer!) Christine Patronick spent 21 days exploring South Africa and captured many dazzling images of what’s often called “The Rainbow Nation.” Here, she shares her five favorite shots.
You asked and we delivered! We’re excited to announce the addition of three unique itineraries to our Walking Tours portfolio: Northern Italy & Cinque Terre Walking Tour, Costa Rica Walking Tour and Spain’s Coast & Islands Walking Tour. These three destinations join tours of Switzerland, the Amalfi Coast, Tuscany, Ireland and Provence to round out the full portfolio. “Walking tours are incredibly
Bruschetta is a typical Italian antipasto with origins that can be traced back to the 15th century. Our Group Coordinators on the Taste of Tuscany & Umbria Convention Tour recently tried their hands at creating this tasty version, which features grilled bell peppers in place of the customary tomatoes. Buon appetito! – 1 red bell pepper – 1 yellow bell pepper – 1 clove of garlic, crushed –
Go Ahead Group Coordinators recently gathered in Italy for the Taste of Tuscany and Umbria Convention Tour, a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It was a great opportunity to swap travel tips, network with other Group Coordinators and Go Ahead staff and also explore one of our favorite destinations.