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Due to the World Wide current Situation - Travel restrictions and borders kept closed in most Countries. Travelling might be complicated right now, but Art In Voyage is here to give you hope and faith by using our inspirational trip ideas to plan in advance for your next adventure, in your bucket list. Around the world, millions of tourists flock in notorious castles and ancient architectural structures. The question is - What makes them return year and year after? There's actually something about wandering through the temples, ornate rooms and manicured gardens of the grand palaces and castles that gives them the peek into the lives of the Royalty.

Partially edited from a Conde Nast Traveler article

For a relatively small country, Ireland scores high in the sightseeing stakes from the elegant Georgian streets of its capital Dublin, to the more elemental and remote appeal of its further flung beauty spots and historic landmarks. The craic might be mighty and the welcome warm, but it’s not just a nostalgia-steeped vision of the past that is the draw, modern-day Ireland is a progressive, youthful and cosmopolitan society with a fast-moving contemporary scene when it comes to art, film, music, food, literature, and tech with something new to discover all the time.

Tick-off one of your most desired road trips from your check list.
With travel restrictions now eased in the United States, there's no better time to take a classic American road trip (maybe in a Vintage car?).
We have listed for you some of our favorites.
No sure where to start, where to stay, what to do or even what to drive? As always, we are standing by to assist you in designing the perfect US getaway

While soft-sand beaches and lowland jungles may be the first images that leap to mind when you imagine Sri Lanka, this tropical isle is endowed with a mountainous interior that is every bit as scenic as the coast, blessed by pleasantly cool temperatures that rarely tip 21ºC. Join Art In Voyage in discovering the home to a striking colorful scenery, one of the most stunning train rides in the world, hiking opportunities galore and unique tea plantation accommodation, Sri Lanka's Hill Country is a must for any visit to the island.

Current events may have put a break on international travel, but these do not have to impact your honeymoon or anniversary plans. We have gathered some of our favorite honeymoon and anniversary destinations close to home, where you will find the perfect amount of social distancing, some of the best properties and unique experiences. And because we have sent guests to all these lovely destinations, Art In Voyage is uniquely positioned to create your exclusive escape.

Join us on one of our post-lockdown journeys, designed with care and love, focusing on destinations that have reopened their borders. Our last minute departures have one goal: Get us all back into traveling and experience the freedom and fulfillment that comes with once again being able to socialize with friends and other cultures. To that effect, we have kept the information on each one of these journeys brief and to the point. Should you have any questions, be it about the detailed day-to-day itinerary or the logistics, do not hesitate to contact us at +1 631.440.3050 or by emailing bpi@artinvoyage.com

Umbria is often overshadowed by its neighbor Tuscany, which lures food fans with culinary specialties such as panzanella (bread and tomato salad) and bistecca alla Fiorentina (barbecued sirloin). Umbrian dishes such as pasta alla Norcina (pasta with sausage) meanwhile, are yet to register on the radar of the globetrotting gastronome. Indeed our own food-related journeys to Italy had never included Umbria...until 2016. Since then, the province is at the heart of most of our curated journeys to Italy, and proudly so!

In this article, The Telegraph's writer Andy Lynes jumped at the chance to join Umbrian-born chef Masha Rener of Lina Stores in London late last year on a trip to the region’s hilltop capital of Perugia and the surrounding area, to discover the gourmet delights he had been missing all these years. Enjoy!

Bhutan is a global pioneer, the first nation of the world to systematically measure its success not by the strength of its economy but by the happiness of its people. Such a unique approach befits a country unlike any other – a wild, spiritual, and majestic mountain kingdom where tranquility reigns and everything is off the beaten track. Whether travelers visit in the height of summer when the Himalayas are carpeted with wildflowers, or the depths of winter when cobalt skies segue into spectacular starscapes. Bhutan sits at the same latitude as Florida but rises from about 100 feet to nearly 25,000 feet above sea level, which means that there’s a tremendous variability in climate in every season. Join AIV in a Journey to discover this Buddhist Kingdom on the Himalayas's Eastern edge.

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