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We get ideas on proposals for new places to travel all the time. Most of them come from travelers we meet at trade shows or on trips they are currently on. We are also approached by many different sources (mostly tourist board or tour operators) to run trips. A lot of new and exciting things will be going on in 2016, and we think it might be the biggest year yet for The Traveling Professor's tours. To take a look at where we are thinking of going in 2016, take a look at today's travel blog post.
On The Traveling Professor's small group tours to Italy, Venice is one of our most popular stops. Everyone loves the unique canals, history, great food, and of course, the gondolas. Like any other Italian city, Venice is easy and enjoyable. However, there are some things to take under considerations that will greatly enhance your tour to Venice.
Whenever we take a small group tour to Paris we always visit the top attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Louvre and Orsay. But how about something a little different? In today's blog post we take you to some of the most unusual and offbeat sites in Paris. The Professor guarantees that you will be talking about them for years to come.
Most travelers who have not visited Italy before think of a tour to the Colosseum, the Accademia in Florence to see David, or maybe Venice to visit St. Mark's Square is on what should be on their itinerary. But for those of us who have enjoyed Italy before and want to go past the souvenir stands, escape the hordes of foreign tourists, and enjoy the REAL Italy, does The Traveling Professor have a tour for you. Take a look at today's blog post to see a delightful itinerary of Italy that is yours for discovery.
For me, I enjoy our small group tours to Machu Picchu in a different way than I enjoy our tours to Europe. Peru and Machu Picchu are more about adventure, physical activity, and immersion into a culture that is so different from what we experience in North America and Europe. A trip to Peru and Machu Picchu is logistically difficult to plan. For instance, other than walking, there is only one way to Machu Picchu. In today's blog post I give a sample itinerary for visiting the best of Peru and Machu Picchu.
Off Beat Things to Do in Paris
Venice Travel Advice
Where is The Professor Going in 2016?
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