The 2015 New York Times Travel Show kicks off today with a trade exhibition, opening into the weekend to consumers with exhibits and presentations to aid travelers. More than 500 tour guides and travel companies from more than 150 different countries, as well as 100 cultural presentations will be showcased.
On Sunday, Jan. 25, Family Vacation Critic Editor Lissa Poirot will join a panel on “Top Value Family Escapes: Finding the Best Family Cruise, Culture & Resort Vacations.” Lissa joins Rainer Jenns, president and founder of the Family Travel Association, and Eileen Ogintz, author of the nationally syndicated column, “Taking the Kids.” The panel will be moderated by Family Travel Forum Editor Kyle McCarthy.
Admission is required for entry to the show, held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on West 34th Street in New York. Visit the 2015 New York Times Travel Show to purchase tickets and see a full schedule of events.
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