The show is this weekend, so this is your last chance to get half-price tickets.
There are more than 700 exhibitors from 170 countries and regions, from Africa to Antarctica, dozens of seminars with top travel experts and food experts, including with New York Times journalists, one-on-one expert advice, special getaway deals, and book signings by top travel guidebook authors.
Plus, there are cultural performances, taste samplings, an Adrenalin Zone for the kids and the chance to win free vacations.
The 2020 New York Times Travel Show is Saturday/Sunday, January 25/26 at the Javits Convention Center.
Get half-price tickets for $10 to $15, instead of the walk-up $20-$25 price
Use the money you save for your next vacation.
New York Times Travel Show speakers and topics include:
Global Travel Experiences, with Patricia Schulz, author of 1,000 Places to See Before You Die
Credit Card Miles, Points and Rewards: Tricks and Insider Information with Jamie Laromin of The Forward Cabin
Travel Writing and Photography Tips with Max Hartshorne and Paul Shoul of Go Nomad
A Conversation with Lidia Bastianich, the award-winning restauranteur, TV chef and cookbook author
How to Travel to Cuba in 2020 with tour operators, tour guides and trvel writers
52 Places to Travel With Sebastian Modak
The Best Travel Gear and Gadgets of 2020 with Wirecutter
A Conversation With The New York Times’s Frugal Traveler contributor Elaine Glusac
Major Developments in Travel With Pauline Frommer
Ten High-Impact Ways to Save Money on Travel in 2020 with “Nomadic Matt” Kepnes
Use Your Vacation Days to Transform Your Children’s Lives With the Family Travel Association
Haley Woods, Founder of Girls LOVE Travel, on Traveling Beyond the Selfie and the Future of Responsible Travel
Discover Italy with Susan Van Allen, 100 Places Everyone Should Go and Steve Perillo of Perillo Tours
Flashpacking Europe With Andy Steves
Find the full list of speakers and topics here
NYC on the Cheap editor Evelyn Kanter is a longtime member of the Society of American Travel Writers, as are several Travel Show speakers, and I know several of the speakers personally.
I’ll be at the SATW booth at various times on Saturday and Sunday, and look forward to chatting with you.
I’ll also have copies of my new NYC guidebook, 100 Places to See in NYC Before You Die, to autograph.
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Evelyn Kanter also is the author of several NYC and Hudson Valley guidebooks, including my latest, 100 Things to Do in NYC Before You Die.