When they're planning this - who do they think of?
These days your clients are being bombarded with travel offers from multiple sources. It's crucial to your business that you keep connected and that your brand reflects you – their travel professional. The old adage, " you only get one chance to make a good first impression" is truer today than ever.
Our beautiful newsletters with inspiring photos and content are designed to build your brand and make you look as good as you really are. So, every month send them on an African safari adventure, a European river cruise or perhaps suggest a destination packed with history, culture, sumptuous food, and entertainment.
It's all about presenting 'the brand of you' in a positive and professional manner.
Since 1519, Havana has grown into a sprawling city of over two million inhabitants but Old Havana, marked by its former city walls, still holds the magic of years gone by. With its original city design still intact, five plazas stand strong with their own unique architectural identity, including Plaza de Armas, Plaza Vieja, Plaza de San Francisco, Plaza del Cristo, and Plaza de la Catedral. You’ll also find a host of historic buildings and monuments among the baroque and neoclassical architecture from cathedrals to private houses and more. The city’s fertilizations, which protected the port and dockyard is also a sight to see with parapets, fortresses, and sweeping views. Courtesy of Sunwing
Topping travel wish lists the world over, Ha Long Bay may well be the most iconic natural heritage site on Earth. From its emerald waters and dramatic limestone karsts to the charming, nostalgic junk boats, which have come to characterize the region – Ha Long Bay is a World Heritage Site you won't want to miss on your visit to Southeast Asia. View the newsletter
At first sight, Budapest makes a statement. Particularly from the perspective of the mighty Danube, which it straddles via no fewer than 15 bridges as the perfect vantage point to view the splendid Hungarian Parliament and underneath the mid-19th century Chain Bridge – a destination experience unto itself. View the newsletter