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Seek Mountain Gorillas on Classic Escapes’ Tour of Uganda, via Chicago Tribune

A trek through Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a sure way to spot endangered mountain gorillas. Classic Escape’s 10-day excursion through Uganda also includes visits to Kibale Forest, Queen Elizabeth National Park and a launch trip on the Kazinga Channel and Lake Edward. Learn more from this online Chicago Tribune article, also syndicated in the LATimes, Baltimore Sun, Orlando Sentinel, etc, published July 18, 2018.

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Classic Escapes Included in July Issue of Travel + Leisure!

So excited to see Classic Escapes’ Andean trips featured in the July issue of Travel + Leisure, discussing how travelers can connect with local communities like the Cuyuni people of Peru. Pick up a copy of the magazine today!

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Discover the Ancient Side of Mexico with Archaeological Tours

Discover the history and culture of the ancient Maya on an in-depth 14-day tour of Mexico that traverses the Yucatan Peninsula with Archaeological Tours. Learn more from this LATimes article, published online (and syndicated to Tribune) on June 29th and published in print on July 1, 2018.

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Departures Spends 24 Hours in Bologna, Emilia Romagna

From can’t-miss foodie spots serving up fried tortellini, Mortadella, tagliatelle al ragù, pasta with truffles, and wild boar, to must-see attractions like the Two Towers, Basilica di San Petronio and Piazza Maggiore, Departures contributor Emily Cappiello shows you how to have the perfect day in Bologna. Learn more from Departures’ online article, published June 27, 2018.

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Explore Ancient Roman Worlds with Andante Travels

Enjoy unprecedented access to Pompeii & Herculaneum, two ancient Roman cities buried by Mt. Vesuvius, on Andante Travels’ Classical Campania Tour, led by professional guides and lecturers with excavation expertise in the archaeological field. Learn more from this online article from the Boston Globe, published June 6, 2018.

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2018’s G7 Summit Will Take Place in La Malbaie, Quebec’s Charlevoix Region; CNBC Reports

Did you know that this year’s G7 Summit of World Leaders will take place in La Malbaie, in Quebec’s Charlevoix region? World leaders from the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Japan, will attend, as well as President Donald Trump and Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, with the summit taking place at the gorgeous Fairmont Manoir Richelieu!

Learn more from this CNBC online article, published June 6, 2018.

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Quebec City’s Le Monastère des Augustines Featured in NYT Wellness Round-Up

A recent New York Times round-up of today’s popular wellness trends includes mention of silent retreats, or places where meditation, mindfulness and personal contemplation are encouraged in conjunction with digital detox. At Quebec City’s  17th-century monastery Le Monastère des Augustines, guests can stay in the original cloister, enjoy breakfast served in silence, workshops in painting and opportunities to hear the nuns singing vespers. Learn more from this online article from Elaine Glusac, published June 1, 2018, and check it out this weekend in Sunday print’s edition, June 3, 2018.

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Join Classic Escapes on a Journey to Experience the Great Migration, via Los Angeles Times

More than 2 million wildebeest and zebra cross Tanzania’s Serengeti plains each year during the Great Migration. If ever an experience in Africa to add to your travel bucket list – this is it! With Classic Escapes’ Great Escapes to Tanzania travelers can spend 10 days exploring Lake Manyara National Park and Serengeti National Park, Olduvai Gorge (where Louis and Mary Leakey uncovered human fossils in 1959) and the Ngorongoro Crater (a UNESCO World Heritage site and extinct volcano). Consult with Classic Escapes experts to plan your travel dates around the roaming patterns of the Great Migration to witness this magnificent journey and learn more about the trip from this Los Angeles Times article, published online May 25, 2018 and syndicated in Chicago Tribune, Hartford Courant, Baltimore Sun and other Tribune Syndicates.

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Witness the Great Migration with Classic Escapes, via Recommend

Experience one of nature’s most spectacular phenomenons – Tanzania’s Great Migration – on a 10-Day Treasures of Kilimanjaro itinerary from Classic Escapes, which includes a visit to Serengeti National Park. Learn more via this Recommend online article, published May 21, 2018.

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Culinary Tourism in Emilia-Romagna, Quebec & More, via NY Times

In the decade or so since culinary travel began whetting the appetites of gastronauts, food-related travel has shifted from pure consumption — hitting that bucket list of Michelin-starred restaurants — to deeper investigations into where food comes from and the cultural and geographic factors that influence it,” writes NYTimes contributor Elaine Glusac. 

From a new trip to Emilia-Romagna guided by “Top Chef” winner Brooke Williamson to a “Farm to Feast” package that sends travelers to a nearby farm in southern Quebec’s luxurious Manoir Hovey to source farm-raised products, learn more about how the culinary world is shaking up the travel landscape in this online article, published May 18, 2018.

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