Last updated on May 29th, 2021
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When you can’t get up and go, here’s the next best option!
Learn the story behind the story that led to the novels of Jane Austen (England), Elena Ferrante (Naples) and Ernest Hemingway (Paris).
Virtual sessions from our partners at Context Travel to learn about game-changing Black women during Black History Month.
Spain holds a special place in my heart, always inviting deeper exploration into its history and culture. I’m hoping these virtual tours by Context Travel satisfy my wanderlust until I can return!
British JourneyWoman Joy shares her list of fascinating virtual tours in London to learn about art, architecture and history, including the Tube, Tower of London, Westminster, Sir John Soane’s Museum, London’s New East End and Banksy.
Brenda McCrank from our JourneyWoman Advisory Council shares her top picks for Context Travel’s virtual art, history and culinary seminars about Italy.
Mother-daughter film buffs Doni and Franny Belau share their top 10 films to quench your travel wanderlust.
Myseum of Toronto has created a virtual tour to celebrate the Toronto’s history and the resilient women who helped build the city.
Our community has generously offered to host a variety of FREE sessions to empower and support you. Pre-registration is required for Zoom.
Although there is no substitute for actually being in a place, these guided virtual tours may be the next best thing in our time of isolation. Google Maps has compiled treks and trips from around the globe to stimulate your senses.
NYC & Company has launched nycgo.com/virtualnyc, which showcases some of New York’s renowned cultural experiences, including attractions, museums, and performing arts venues.
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The JourneyWoman community from across the globe shares their favorite travel reads for December 2019.