Riding bikes in the great Smoky Mountains is a treat in itself. But finishing each day at Blackberry Farm, the best spot in the country for foothills (or Appalachian) cuisine, makes this trip 

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Palm Springs is known for its beautiful landscape, stunning architecture and storied history of Hollywood glamour. However, one place that stands out in this vibrant town is guest and guide favorite, Workshop 

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Here, you’re royalty. Welcome to the Timbers Resort ranked the #1 Resort in Europe by Travel + Leisure magazine, Castello di Casole. A beautifully restored castle dating back to the 10th century 

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Pilot Cove: A Pisgah Oasis

Trek Travel

After 20 years as lawyers, Lane and Beth decided to leave the law and take their family on a 13-month, 42-country trip around the world. It was after this sojourn they met 

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Before, During and After: Andalucia

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Andalucia is a perfect destination for a cycling vacation of a lifetime. If you find yourself with a flight to southern Spain for our Andalucia bike tour, consider any of the following 

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Top 5 Trips: Foodie Heaven

First in line for the hottest new restaurant? Love an interesting combination of ingredients? Know just the perfect wine to pair it all with? Well, the world is calling and we know 

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Recipe: Energy Bars to Fuel Your Everyday

Valeria Rossini

Yes! It’s finally Friday and you’re ready for a great weekend ride with your friends or maybe even a solo adventure exploring new roads. No matter your cycling goal, fueling your body 

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We make it a point to be experts in more than just cycling on our trips. We show you the best parts of every destination and wow you with locations you may 

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You’ve eaten Thanksgiving leftovers before. But have you tried Tania’s world-famous turkey tacos? Thanksgiving is the favorite holiday of Trek Travel’s guide-in-chief, Tania Burke. And this year, she’s got the perfect solution 

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Our guides have put together amazing picnics at the foot of landmarks, in the back of our vans, by the ocean, in forests and across the world. So it’s only natural that’s 

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Trek Travel’s specialty is introducing you to the nooks and crannies of our destinations that you may never discover alone, like an incredible array of restaurants across North America. You’ve probably never 

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Top 5 Meals of Italy

In Italy, food isn’t just fuel. It’s religion. The country worships the recipes of its mothers and grandmothers that have been handed down for generations. Cheeses are made from local ingredients. Pastas 

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I write on culinary topics for many publications, and as the door closes on 2015, it is time for annual reflection on my standout restaurant meals from the past 12 months. This 

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What’s that you say? You don’t like anchovies? Well then, you have never been to the tiny restaurant of Assirto on the Ligurian Coast of Italy. I can’t promise you will walk 

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I don’t know about you, but I’m always dreaming of a getaway, and typically, my daydreams involve fine wine, good food, great company, fresh air and maybe a plush robe. Not that 

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A Foodie’s Tour of Italy

I grew up around the table. Weekly dinners at my grandmother’s were part of the family routine and while us kids were allowed to run off and play after the meal, the 

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On my flight to Spain, I watched a documentary called Crafted, which follows the lives of three artisans–a chef, a knife welder and potter–as they reject mass production and carefully hone their 

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Favorite Fall Recipes

At Trek Travel, we do a little bit of exploring by bike and a whole of exploring by fork. Recently, however, we were reminded that you don’t have to travel far to 

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Summer has quickly turned to fall and the crisp air is here to stay. More than once we’ve caught ourselves day dreaming about foliage, apple orchards and pumpkin flavored treats as we 

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A bustling mountain town of more than 82,000 people, Bend has made its way into the limelight and stolen the hearts of outdoor enthusiasts everywhere. With a population that has quadrupled in 

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Designing A Trip to Asheville

Rebecca Falls

Trek Travel trip designer Rebecca Falls knows what it takes to create a one-of-a-kind vacation. So when she crafted a cycling trip in her own backyard, the outcome was extraordinary. What drew 

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Il Gallo Nero

The Black Rooster marks some of the greatest wines in the world. It is easy to see why Tuscany remains one of our most popular trips. I moved to Italy some 12 

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This is Happy Hour

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At any given time or place around the world, there is a group of travelers finishing their day’s ride. They have a euphoria, a sense of tired accomplishment. The ride included exploring 

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Guest Choice: Healdsburg, CA

Trek Travel

Just north of San Francisco in the heart of Sonoma County lies the delightful city of Healdsburg. Surrounded by three major wine-producing regions, Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valley, this is truly 

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Across the sea to Ireland

As one Irish actor told me in a Dublin pub…”I like the English. In fact my wife is English. That being said, I don’t care much for the British.” That barb was 

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