Travel packages are a great way to save money when planning a vacation. They typically include flights, hotels, and sometimes car rentals, and can be a great way to ensure you get the best deals and get the most out of your trip. Travel packages can be found online or through travel agencies, and they come in many different varieties. Some packages are designed to fit a specific budget, while others may cater to a particular destination or type of traveler. No matter what type of package you're looking for, there are likely to be options available to suit your needs. Read on to learn more about travel packages and how to find the best ones for you. What Are Travel Packages? Travel packages are bundles of services and products that can be purchased together for a discounted rate. They are typically offered by travel agencies, online travel sites, or airlines, and can include flights, hotels, and car rentals. Travel packages are designed to make planning a trip easier, as they provide discounts and make it easier to book multiple services at the same time. Types of Travel Packages
The Slow Travel movement (an offshoot of the Slow Food Movement) began in Italy, but the approach is growing in appeal. Rather than focusing on speed, travelers want opportunities to connect with locals and experience their food, culture and traditions. In this guest post, my colleague Tim Albert, a British journalist and author, recounts his trip between London and Barcelona, slow travel by train, with stops in France along the way. The trip was facilitated by Byway, a company that creates individual travel packages by train, boat, bus, and bicycle. We had done our share of travelling. In the year before the COVID pandemic, for instance, I spent the summer of my 73rd year going 6,000 miles around America on Greyhound buses while my wife Barbara flew with a cousin to Belarus to see the land their grandparents had left behind. But the pandemic clipped our wings. So, when two years into it, the son of a family friend invited us to his wedding in Barcelona, we were not sure we could face the notion of taking a flight from London. Flying was not an attractive option partly because of the risk of contracting COVID, but also because of the
IHG’s luxury and lifestyle brand Kimpton is introducing property-specific concierges and travel packages at select hotels globally to appeal to different travel styles and personalities.