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2019 Issues of Leisure Group Travel Magazine

February 2019 Culinary Issue of Leisure Group Travel – What’s Inside:

Group itineraries with a culinary theme are becoming more and more common, and the February issue of Leisure Group Travel picks up on this trend with some taste-tempting articles and mouthwatering photos.

  • Essential Ingredient: Culinary Experiences
  • A Nibble or a Feast of New England Fare
  • 9 Midwest Food Festivals
  • Kentucky State Parks Culinary Trail
  • Much More

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April 2019 History & Heritage Issue of Leisure Group Travel – What’s Inside:

For years, Leisure Group Travel has taken you across the planet and given you a wealth of information about the latest trends in group travel. This issue continues that grand tradition as we explore the majesties of New Zealand, take a closer look at the historic homes of Pennsylvania and delve into how museums are utilizing technology to enhance visitors’ experiences. And, of course, LGT offers an array of itineraries and Site InSpections that highlight exciting group travel destinations from coast to coast. With this guide in your hands, you’re going to want to explore this fascinating planet we share.

  • Group-Worthy Live Entertainment
  • Mayflower 400 Brings the Pilgrims’ Journey to Life
  • Museums Step Into the Digital Era
  • Step Back in Time at These Historic Homes
  • Discovering New Zealand
  • Much More

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June 2019 Arts & Culture Issue of Leisure Group Travel – What’s Inside:

This June, Leisure Group Travel embraces our artistic side as we visit museums and galleries that tell about the history of the Old West. We also head across the country to Delaware’s Chateau County, where we explore four estates of the du Pont family that allow visitors to travel back in time. On a more modern front, LGT steps outside in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Baltimore and New Jersey, where we spotlight an array of exceptional street murals. Not to be outdone, the Iowa Tour Guide, which is included in this month’s issue, highlights outstanding performing arts venues that make the Hawkeye State one-of-a-kind. These features, along with stories about Ohio’s military attractions, Mediterranean ports of call and even an interview with top tour operators, ensure this edition of LGT has something for everyone.

  • Tour Experts Share Their Insight on Group Travel Trends
  • Scenic Rail Guide
  • Mediterranean Ports of Call
  • Art Museums Share Western Heritage and Culture
  • Exquisite Art Can Be Found Outside
  • Much More

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