National Geographic Day Tours, operated by TUI, has introduced an array of over forty new half-day and full-day land itineraries, providing travelers with guided experiences in fourteen countries worldwide. Led by National Geographic-trained guides, these Day Tours offer exclusive encounters, ranging from regional cooking classes to architectural explorations, enriching any journey with immersive experiences. Bookings can be made conveniently online or through preferred travel advisors.
For food enthusiasts, the Day Tours offer hands-on experiences such as the “Baguette and Éclair Initiation with a French Master Baker” in Paris, providing a traditional French baking lesson. Meanwhile, in Naples, “The History of Pasta” invites travelers to delve into pasta-making with a local historian, visiting a reconstructed water mill and a family-run pasta factory.
Architecture aficionados exploring Barcelona can engage in the “Homage to Miró” excursion, featuring a private tour of the Fundacio Miró. This experience includes insightful talks by architectural and art restoration specialists, unraveling the artistry of Miró.
City explorers in New York City can gain exclusive insights into Hudson Yards during the “Hudson Yards, Where Sustainability Meets Urban Design” excursion. This behind-the-scenes adventure includes a meeting with the design team and chief engineer, providing a unique perspective on the intersection of sustainability and urban design.