JourneyWoman Webinar Series: Less-Travelled Europe With Experts

by | Feb 19, 2024

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Last updated on March 1st, 2024

Featured image: Imagine sailing the Greek islands / Image of Corfu from Envato

Where and when to go to Europe

With so many experiences to explore within a relatively small geogrphic area, Europe never fails to disappoint. That’s why it’s one of the top destinations on our 30 Places for Women to Travel to in 2024″ List. Curated from our own experiences, this list includes five sites, plus the Arctic: Haugesund, Norway; the Basque Region, France; Splitska, Brac, Croatia; Malaga, Spain; Edinburgh, Scotland. 

European travel hit new milestones in 2023, almost returning to pre-pandemic levels. According to the latest data from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Europe is the world’s most visited region, with France, Spain and Turkey being the most visited countries in 2023. In 2024, more growth is expected in Europe as Romania and Bulgaria join the Schengen region in March 2024, and Paris hosting the Summer Olympics in July and August. According to the US National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO), US travel to Europe represents 21% of total US overseas travel.

So when is the best time to go and what less-travelled places can we explore?  We’ve invited three experts from the JourneyWoman Women’s Travel Directory to join us and share their top tips and insider secrets on our webinar on February 27, 2024 at 2 pm EST.

When: Tuesday, February 27, 2024

When:  2 pm ET (check local time zones here)

Where: Zoom! Sign up below for the link.  Capacity is 100 women.  The session will be recorded and shared on our youtube channel for those who can’t join us.

Webinar Participants

  • Ginny Lunn,  CEO, WalkingWomen: Owned and operated by sister duo Ginny and Sara since 2021, WalkingWomen has a strong legacy spanning more than 20 years.  WalkingWomen’s mission is to provide a safe and welcoming space for women to explore and adventure.
  • Joy Sherman, CEO, Joyride Charters: Joy started Joyride Charters in 2004 and offers sailing excursions to Greece, Croatia, Italy, Thailand, the US and Caribbean.
  • Zoe Shapiro, CEO, StellaVision Travel: Stellavision Travel is redefining all-inclusive travel, bringing together diverse female travelers that share a cultural curiosity, open minds, kind hearts and a passion for authentic experiences.

This webinar will be hostedy by JourneyWoman’s Carolyn Ray, who has just returned from several months in Italy and Malta.


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Moderated by Carolyn Ray, Editor, JourneyWoman

Ginny Lunn of Walking Women

Ginny Lunn, WalkimgWomen


Joy Sherman of Joyride Charters

Joy Sherman, Joyride Charters


zoe Shapiro Stellavision

Zoe Shapiro, StellaVision Travel


What questions do you have about Europe?

In partnership women-owned businesses from our JourneyWoman Women’s Travel Directory we’ll share perspectives about where to go, what to do and how to create the right experience for you.

We’ll answer all of your questions, such as:

  • Why should women go to Europe?
  • What makes it a great destination for first-time solo travellers? 
  • What are some less-travelled places to explore? 
  • When is the right time to go? 
  • How do you get there?
  • What’s the benefit of a group tour versus going on your own?  
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