The New York Times Travel Show taking place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, Jan. 23-25, will feature 40 travel seminars, cultural presentations and features exclusive to the show, including,
- Taste of the World, a global culinary showcase where attendees may sample cuisines from around the world;
- Book Signings by world-renowned travel writers; and
- Meet the Experts, where travel experts meet one-on-one with attendees to answer questions on destinations from Paris and the Baltic Sea to Latin America and Atlantic City.
Experts at the 2015 Travel Show include journalist and TV travel personality Julia Dimon; immediate past president of the International Association of Culinary Professionals Doug Duda; Yahoo Travel editor in chief Paula Froelich; acclaimed travel professionals and radio hosts Arthur and Pauline Frommer; travel editor and radio host Peter Greenberg; travel influencer Brian “The Points Guy” Kelly; award-winning travel journalist, broadcaster and TV personality Joseph Rosendo; and budget travel expert and author Matthew Kepnes.
Experts will also present specialty sessions on travel interests including destination weddings and honeymoons, New York state tourism, medical health and wellness journeys, and LGBT travel.
The show will open Friday, Jan. 23, with a Trade Day exclusively for travel industry professionals. The Trade Day, featuring the Travel Industry Conference, will include 18 “Focus” conferences covering major travel categories, destinations, destination information and trends in travel on topics ranging from Cruising and Culinary Travel to Young Travel Professionals and Travel Bloggers.
The show, the largest and longest-running trade and consumer travel show in North America, will continue Saturday, Jan. 24 and Sunday, Jan. 25 for travel consumers and enthusiasts, featuring an interactive Exhibition including more than 500 exhibitors from Africa, Asia, Australia/South Pacific, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, Mexico and the United States featuring cultural performances and “tastes” of exotic destinations. In addition to discounts and special offers, the show provides educational seminars and live entertainment for families, individuals, couples and seniors.
New York Times Travel Show Trade Day and general consumer tickets are now available at www.NYTimes.com/TravelShow.
Learn more about The New York Times Travel Show exhibitors, speakers and sponsorship opportunities at www.NYTimes.com/TravelShow. Join the conversation and follow @NYTTravelShow for the latest Travel Show news.
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