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The Window to Lisbon, Portugal

The São Jorge Castle sits in the historic center of the beautiful Lisbon, Portugal. This Moorish castle overlooks the entire city from a hilltop and gives you the extraordinary view seen in the picture.

The City Built of Rock – Petra, Jordan

The city of Petra is known for being built and carved into the surrounding rock. This ancient city, located in the southwestern desert of the country, is surrounded by mountains with plenty of passages and […]

The Perks of Work: Employee Travel Testimonial – 9 Day Danube River Cruise

The Danube River in Europe is dotted with excellent towns, each with their own personality and culture. The best way to see all of these towns and make visits to each, is with a River Cruise.

Top 7 Sites On Your Egypt Tour

With sights that are older than many countries, Egypt has enough history and beauty to leave any visitor happy and fulfilled.

Cruising through the Canals of Venice

Travel to Venice, Italy with Gate 1 Travel today!

Experience More of Israel … for Less

Gate 1 Travel knows Israel like no other travel company. Thanks to our longstanding and enduring relationships throughout the country, we can offer an unmatched experience that provides endless insight into its natural and cultural […]

The Perks of Work: Employee Travel Testimonial – Vietnam

Vietnam is a true up and coming destination that has been hugely popular. An authentic culture, relaxing way of life and a fascinating history are a few of the many reasons to visit this country in Southeast Asia.

The Széchenyi Medicinal Baths of Budapest, Hungary

The Széchenyi Baths are located in Budapest, Hungary and make up one of the largest bath complexes in all of Europe.

A Labor of Love: the Taj Mahal, India

The iconic Taj Mahal is located in Agra, India and has become a true landmark of the country.

The Spiritual Legacy of Ayutthaya, Thailand

Ayutthaya, Thailand was the second capital of Siam after Sukhothai. This ancient city was founded in 1350 and flourished until it was destroyed by the Burmese in the 18th century.