Food, History & Art: Insight’s 2019 Special Interest Journeys out now
Hofbrauhaus, Munich, Germany

Food, History & Art: Insight’s 2019 Special Interest Journeys out now

TORONTO — Insight Vacations newly unveiled 2019 Special Interest Journeys are expected to sell out quickly, which is why the company is suggesting booking early to avoid disappointment.

These limited departures satisfy specific lifestyle interests that include gardening, photography, art, history and more. Its ‘Canadian Battlefields of Europe’ itinerary that commemorates the 75th anniversary of D-Day landings is now sold out with a wait list.

AS with all Insight Vacations journeys, guests will travel in smaller groups and enjoy perks like extra legroom and Wi-Fi onboard luxury coaches. Hotels are handpicked, Deliciously Authentic Dining ensures quality meals, while a highly-skilled Travel Director is on hand to assist guests.

Sample itineraries for 2019 include:

  • Oktoberfest (11 days, departing Sept. 22): After exploring Dresden and Berlin, clients will travel to Munich to visit the Palace of the Dukes of Wittelsbach, English Garden, Hofbrauhaus, and the famous Marienplatz. Other highlights include exclusive seating in the Ochsenbraterei Tent to celebrate Oktoberfest, a Celebration Dinner with special guest Patrick von Ritchthofen, known as ‘The Red Baron’, a river cruise along Wachay Valley, and a concert of classic Viennese music and dance in Vienna.
  • European Affair & Chelsea Flower Show (9 days, departing May 24): Perfect for gardening enthusiasts, this itinerary highlights the Chelsea Flower Show in London and includes a Thames River Dinner Cruise, an Insight Experience at the Aalsmeer Flower Auction in the Netherlands, a visit to a traditional Dutch windmill and a canal cruise in Bruges. Guests will also visit the renowned Châteaux of the Loire Valley and the magnificent palace and gardens of Versailles.
  • An Art Lover’s Taste of Europe (15 days, departing Oct. 6): Made for art lovers, this journey has a bit of everything, including visits to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, a cooking demonstration and wine tasting in Italy, and stops at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and the Foundation Beyeler in Switzerland. Guests will also visit Vinci en route to Milan, the hometown of Leonardo da Vinci on the 500th anniversary of his death.

For more information on Special Interest Journeys go to

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