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Group Travel Through the “Ages”

Find your ideal group with Signature’s pick of the top companies that offer group travel for different ages

Our travel goals and ambitions evolve over time – from “bucket list” destinations to unchartered paths; from party destinations to quite retreats. While independent trips can be tailor-made around specific needs, we believe group travel is a great option to not just explore your interests but meet other people who want just what you do out of a trip! We have rounded up the four best companies that offer group travel, ideal for different age groups. With VIP access, local experts, exclusive experiences, and curated itineraries that take care of your every need, these group trips will make you want to book your next escape right now! Read More...

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TUSCANY – A Culinary Journey Through the Heart of Italy

There’s nothing quite as tempting as a rustic Italian meal, made of the freshest of ingredients with timeless techniques perfected over generations. And if there’s one place that personifies the soul of Italian cooking, it’s the beautiful countryside of Tuscany – from traditional trattorias to world-class ristorantes, delectable Chianti wines, cooking tips with nonnas and the rustic Cucina Contadina (farmer’s kitchen).

Learn Nonna’s Secret Recipes: For a taste of authentic Tuscany, visit a local farmhouse where you can pick up tips and tricks of the regional cooking, including dishes like Tuscan arista, bruschetta, pasta, and tiramisu, while savouring Chiantis of the area.

Explore Chianti’s Wineries: See where the world-famous Chianti wines are produced on a journey through the best vineyards of the region, tasting and developing a discerning palette with a sommelier guide, coupled with breath-taking scenery.

Truffle Hunting in San Miniato: If you are traveling in Autumn, don’t miss the chance to step out for the most popular hunt of the season, guided by local hunters and dogs, to find the mighty tubers in local woodlands. Try a day of truffle hunting, followed by a lavish meal featuring the “golden” ingredient.

World-class dining in Florence: With seven Michelin-starred restaurants, Florence is a veritable treasure of fine dining. Outside these, a thriving foodie scene features some of the best pizzerias in the country, delicious street fare including gelatos, modern wine bars, elegant roadside cafés, family-run trattorias and a lot more.

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Ten Global Food Experiences Beyond The Ordinary, by Anthony Lim

Travel is not just about going to incredible places, but discovering a place by tasting its local dishes and regional wines. Experience food tastings beyond the ordinary that will literally whet your appetite for travel and beyond. Enjoy some of these mouth-watering variety of dining experiences that will give you an authentic flavour of the destination, as you sample different delicacies and discover local specialities. Read More...

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The newly-reopened Belmond Cap Juluca is the latest style icon in Anguilla. A dream-like escape, spread across the Caribbean’s most beautiful beach, the resort has beachfront rooms with private terraces and a new infinity pool with a bar. Botanical motifs and verdant local plants blend with new designs, offering old-world charm with new-world comfort.

In Saudi Arabia, tourists can now enjoy the Kingdom’s first national commercial helicopter operation. The Helicopter Co. will provide private air transportation services within the main cities of Saudi Arabia, along with tourist trips to top attractions throughout the Kingdom. It was also open access to several remote parts of the country.

Footballer Christian Ronaldo is set to launch a new luxury hotel, The Pestana CR7 in Marrakesh. In partnership with the Portuguese Pestana Group, the hotel will open in 2020 at the luxurious M Avenue development in the centre of the Moroccan city. The hotel will be the third for the Real Madrid player, after he and Pestana opened two others in Lisbon and Ronaldo’s birthplace Funchal.

Bugatti unveiled the world’s most expensive new car. Even before the car was unveiled to the public at the Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti's La Voiture Noire, meaning "The Black Car," had already been sold for an astounding US$12.3 million plus another $6.4 million in taxes and fees. The car is a modern version of the classic Bugatti Type 57, designed to celebrate the French brand's 110th anniversary.


A Bohemian Summer in Europe

Central Europe on your mind? With so many cities to cover, it can be hard to decide what to do and what to skip. Whether it’s your first time travelling through the region, or you’re looking for a refreshing take on your itinerary, here are our top picks for the places and experiences to try on a nine-day journey through Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary.

Day 1: Start in Vienna
A great spot to start your journey with easy accessibility and a great art scene. Spend the day roaming the streets and stopping by local cafes at the trendy Leopoldstadt or the very “boho” Margareten.

Day 2: Stop by Český Krumlov
A fairy-tale town across the border that will take you back to the Middle Ages. Stroll across the Vltava River and wander through the green Bohemian countryside, before heading out to Prague.

Day 3: Architecture in Prague
Explore the Old Town, including the historic Prague Castle and the beautiful stained glasses of St. Vitus Cathedral as well as the Old Town square with the delightful Astronomical Clock’s glockenspiel.

Day 4: History in Auschwitz
Visit the memorial and museum of Auschwitz with a stopover at Birkenau, which bore witness to the terrible atrocities of the Holocaust, for a dose of World War II history.

Day 5: Natural Wonders in Kraków
The glistening subterranean world of this 600-year-old wonder is a maze of tunnels deep below the surface, where you can witness unique salt sculptures, sunken lakes and even a glorious cathedral carved entirely out of rock salt by the miners.

Day 6: Slovakian Countryside
Drive through the scenic Slovakian countryside, crossing Orava where villagers still live in traditional wooden houses and the breath-taking Low Tatra Mountains, into Budapest.

Day 7: Food in Budapest
Enjoy time in a foodie paradise at the Central Market Hall with aromatic food stalls offering delicious salamis, spicy paprika, Hungarian wines and an array of flavoured Pálinkas, a traditional Hungarian fruit brandy.

Day 8: Classical Music in Vienna
Experience an extraordinary concert of Viennese classical music with the best-loved works of Johann Strauss and Mozart, performed by highly acclaimed soloists and dancers, complemented with a delicious meal of traditional Austrian fare and wine.


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