While the world has slowed down during COVID-19 our travel consultants have been busy little bees. Since the beginning of the crisis, they have been taking care of their clients both at home and abroad. They have tirelessly worked to bring their travelers home safely from their travels. While at the same time rescheduling, planning,Continue reading “Everything You Need to Know About the Greek Island of Crete”
Category Archives: Europe
Travel News: Eurail Pass adds Latvia & Estonia
Rush My Passport There is a new passport courier service that may serve you time when ordering your passport. RushMyPassport can expedite the delivery of your passport from 1-18 days for a fee. It’s even authorized by the US Customs and Border Protection. Got a trip departure and just noticed your passport is due toContinue reading “Travel News: Eurail Pass adds Latvia & Estonia”
When is the Best Time to Visit Ireland?
Celebrated Experiences recently published great tips on how to do Ireland right – and when! So we thought we’d share it with you. Does it Rain a Lot in Ireland? The rumors are true, Ireland’s weather has a lot of rain! Though it can be challenging to predict when the rain will fall, remember that theContinue reading “When is the Best Time to Visit Ireland?”
WIT Agent in Switzerland: Basel
WIT Agent Lindsay rounds up her trip to Switzerland with Raileurope in Basel. Here are some of the highlights for her time in this beautiful city! Welcome to Basel Located on the border of France and Germany, Basel is Switzerland’s 3rd most populous city. Its famed for its own world-renowned museums, included the first publication artContinue reading “WIT Agent in Switzerland: Basel”
Is a Month in Kotor Bay, Montenegro Too Long?
Our clients the Kafourys traveled to Montenegro earlier this year! Here are their impressions of a month in lovely Montenegro. Wanting a location where we could be reasonably warm in March and look out on water, we chose Kotor Bay in Montenegro because of a distant memory. More than 40 years ago when it wasContinue reading “Is a Month in Kotor Bay, Montenegro Too Long?”
Travel News: Netherland to be Holland No More?
The Netherlands Wants To Stop Being ‘Holland’ The Netherlands wants to stop being ‘Holland’! Dutch authorities will phase out marketing the country abroad as ‘Holland’ and will begin to use the name ‘Netherlands’, according to Amsterdam’s Adformatie. At the present time, the Netherlands, for the most part, is presenting itself internationally as ‘Holland’. The DutchContinue reading “Travel News: Netherland to be Holland No More?”
Top 7 Things to Do in Edinburgh
Have You Been to Edinburgh? Some call it one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and with good (no, fantastic!) reason. From its friendly, sandstone buildings to its youthful, liberal atmosphere, Edinburgh is loved by locals and visitors alike. 1. Go on a Ghost Tour! Ghost tours are aplenty, and with such a richContinue reading “Top 7 Things to Do in Edinburgh”
Travel News: Louvre To Make Reservations Compulsory
Paris’ Overcrowded Louvre To Make Reservations Compulsory France 24 reports the world-famous Louvre museum in Paris on Friday urged visitors to book their visit in advance online after seeing a heavy influx this summer, adding reservations would be obligatory by the end of this year. The Louvre, which houses the Mona Lisa by Leonardo daContinue reading “Travel News: Louvre To Make Reservations Compulsory”
Hotel Profile: The Brunelleschi in Florence
You can imagine that our travel agency has booked thousands of clients for a vacation in Italy over the years. Among the many hotels that we’ve recommended, and clients have raved about, one of the places that receives the most praise, time and time again, is the iconic Brunelleschi in Florence. In the Shadow ofContinue reading “Hotel Profile: The Brunelleschi in Florence”
A Foodie’s Guide to Greece
We get it—after all these months of snow and rain, you need a little pick me up. You need to get the kids out of the house. You need sun. You need fresh air. Most of all, you need fresh food that will knock your socks off. Greek food is prized for being soaked inContinue reading “A Foodie’s Guide to Greece”