Do you love to travel? Do you have a thirst for adventure? Do you seek to discover new things? Join us at the New York Times Travel Show, the first step of the journey to your next destination. With more than 500 exhibitor booths from around the world and over 150 travel industry specialists and speakers, the show will be as informative as it is exciting. There will be live music, dancing, and food from countries far and wide. Furthermore, the show gives you the opportunity to finally meet us face to face!
Via Mondo will be showcased at booth 366 with a wealth of exciting information and special offers. Visit our experts for the inside scoop on all things Italian. Engage in some fun trivia with “Name That Location” or join us for a one-on-one discussion to answer all of your travel-related questions. Most importantly, stop by booth 366 to save big on one of our tours! We will be offering exclusive savings for travelers who book a trip on-site. Take advantage of these great offers and save $250 on one of our unique lifestyle tours of Italy and $100 on a new 2015 weekend tour of Saratoga, N.Y.
Don’t miss out! Join us on January 24-25th at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC. Bring your friends and family for an unforgettable journey. A weekend-long world tour awaits you!
A note from the owner
It’s show time! Travel shows involve preparation, money and a certain amount of energy, but it is all worth it. I love going to travel shows and meeting face to face with other travel professionals and consumers to discuss our formula, and what sets us apart from the rest. There is something about meeting like-minded individuals who are passionate about travel. The exchange of ideas, stories and experiences by consumers and other travel professionals. It’s re-energizing and empowering. I take a hand full of travel tools back to the office to enhance services by broadening our scope and bringing Via Mondo followers more, more of what they are looking for. There is travel seminars, cultural events and activities for everyone. Stop by booth 366 to play our “Name That Location” trivia game. A former Italian professor, I created a game to interact with show visitors. It turns out, the game was more like a test challenging consumers, but “Name That Location” has become a Via Mondo staple and popular among show goers. Since I first introduced the game, the playing rules and regulations have altered, but the goal to interact with show attendees remains. It’s a fun, learning experience and a joy to play. I look forward to meeting you this weekend and please share your thoughts, stories and experiences. I adore these moments and connections.
A presto! Rosemary