Collette, North America’s longest-running tour operator, is celebrating its 106th year of operation with the introduction of several new tours, including Spotlight on Northern Italy and Historical Greenbrier.
On the new Spotlight on Northern Italy clients will spend a week exploring the region of Veneto and while on tour, spend seven nights in Treviso, the birthplace of tiramisu. They’ll have the opportunity to participate in a hands-on tiramisu cooking class alongside a pastry chef. On top of that, travelers can experience a winery tour and tasting in the Prosecco wine region. Plus, they will embark on a full-day tour of the Dolomites, which includes a cable car ride and a stop in Cortina, host of the 2026 Winter Olympics.
Collette’s all-new Historical Greenbrier tour will take clients on a historical journey through Washington D.C. and its surrounding areas in Virginia. Travelers will stay at The Greenbrier, one of America’s most renowned resorts. This new tour is perfect for those who want a taste of luxury from days gone by with a mix of some modern history. It includes one of Collette’s “Choice on Tour” features too, allowing travelers to decide whether they want to take a panoramic city tour of Richmond or a Black History Tour through the Jackson Ward neighborhood.
Collette Tours Are Built by Travelers, for Travelers
These Season 106 tours, along with several other new journeys, are set to debut in the new season and were built by travelers, for travelers.
“Collette is perfect for any traveler who wants a travel experience tailored to fit their own needs and interests,” said Dan Sullivan Jr., CEO at Collette in a media announcement. “With culinary, local culture, and unique transportation as the focus, no two days are the same on any of these tours. Tours are created by our dedicated product team of lifelong travelers with input from local experts who live in the destination. Plus, our travelers can take advantage of our ‘Choice on Tour’ feature, which gives them the opportunity to decide how they’d like to spend their days exploring the destination.”
For more information, visit gocollette.com.