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NEW TOUR: Beaune & Rhone River Wine Cruise
17 Apr

NEW TOUR: Beaune & Rhone River Wine Cruise

Enjoy a spring wine tour through the colours of Provence in the company of Howard Soon, one of Canada’s most experienced and enthusiastic winemakers. Kick off the wine experience with a two night stay in Lyon, the gastronomic capital of France, to visit some of Howard’s favourite vintners and enjoy exceptional dining. Then board the 144-passenger AmaCello for a seven night cruise to savour the beauty of legendary vineyards and imbibe Beaujolais and Côtes du Rhône vintages.
 
To learn more about this tour and request a detailed itinerary, click here. 
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Event at AGO: The Liveable City?
22 Mar

Event at AGO: The Liveable City?

We thought we'd share this event happening at the AGO in Toronto, as it relates to the theme of our new Most Liveable Cities tour series. We are not a sponsor or involved with this event.

Wednesday April 3, 2019, 7 PM
Baillie Court, Art Gallery of Ontario
 
As the AGO exhibition Impressionism in the Age of Industry takes viewers on a journey through a period of immense change in 19th century Paris, we invite speakers across various disciplines to enter into conversations around urgent issues facing Toronto today: work, affordable housing, transportation and the cost of leisure.

On April 3, the focus is on housing as urban planner and researcher Cheryll Case, architect/
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We thought we'd share this event happening at the AGO in Toronto, as it relates to the theme of our new Most Liveable Cities tour series. We are not a sponsor or involved with this event.

Wednesday April 3, 2019, 7 PM
Baillie Court, Art Gallery of Ontario
 
As the AGO exhibition Impressionism in the Age of Industry takes viewers on a journey through a period of immense change in 19th century Paris, we invite speakers across various disciplines to enter into conversations around urgent issues facing Toronto today: work, affordable housing, transportation and the cost of leisure.

On April 3, the focus is on housing as urban planner and researcher Cheryll Case, architect/planner John van Nostrand, Baroness Von Sketch Show co-creator and renovicted tenant Aurora Browne, and Toronto Star Affordable Housing Reporter Emily Mathieu discuss how best to bridge the gap between knowledge and action.

To learn more on the AGO website, click here.
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NEW TOUR: Egypt with the Womens Travel Network
14 Mar

NEW TOUR: Egypt with the Womens Travel Network

On this exceptional journey, we will whisk you beyond the whirl of people in Africa’s largest city to uncover its history. We’ll explore Cairo’s grand 19th century boulevards, discover ancient mosques, Coptic churches and 10th century palaces, stroll in the medieval walled city of the Mamluks and dive into the famous Khan El Khalili souk. We’ll ride camels in the shadow of the pyramids and marvel at the Great Sphinx of Giza.

Click here to learn more and request a detailed itinerary.

To view all Womens Travel Network tours, click here.
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Upcoming Events

WEBINAR: Inside Rajasthan with the Jaipur Literature Festival
03 May

WEBINAR: Inside Rajasthan with the Jaipur Literature Festival

Whether you're a longtime India lover like we are, or you're thinking about your first trip to the subcontinent, we cannot wait to welcome you to Rajasthan! Join tour leader Melanie Blake for a free webinar to learn more about this colourful and dynamic state. Melanie will talk about what it's like to travel with Classical Pursuits and take you through some of the itinerary highlights, including the Jaipur Literature Festival. She'll also share some of her North Indian favourites.

To learn more about this new literary adventure, click here.

Friday, May 3 2019 2:00pm - 2:30pm

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