When it comes to business travel, the best travel management companies will help you make the most of your experience, especially during stops to interesting cities. And with business travel becoming ever more common, it is becoming increasingly easier to squeeze in a bit of sightseeing during your downtime.
Traveling to these Infamous Cities during Holiday Season? Don’t Miss these Attractions:
The changing face of business travel sees workers in many exciting destinations…
New York City
Business trip to the Big Apple? Be sure to ask your business travel agent service for advanced tickets to The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. American icons for almost a century, each year the Rockettes star in this coveted holiday stage show. End your evening in the Rockefeller center, taking in the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, a worldwide symbol of the holidays. Perhaps you could even attend the lighting ceremony Wednesday, November 28, enjoying live performances from 7–9pm thereafter.
Breezing through the Windy City? Peer through the animated windows of Macy’s (formerly Marshall Fields) department store in the heart of the theatre district, stopping in for souvenirs and to admire the stores 45-foot Great Tree. Hungry? Top corporate travel agencies will advise you not to leave without a visit to the elegant Walnut Room’s 17,000-foot restaurant, infamous for its chicken pot pie, in-view of the tree. Then witness the elaborate Nutcracker ballet, only as performed by world’s best dancers of the Joffrey Ballet. With eye-catching costumes, constantly-evolving, gorgeous sets, and live performances by Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra, whether you’re new to the theatre or an aficionado, you’re sure to be wowed.
Lifting off to the Mile High City? Denver has an array of brilliant light displays to enjoy, from Grand Illumination in the LoDo District and Denver Union Station, to the magic of Santa’s Village at Chatfield Farms Botanic Gardens, music-synchronized Blossoms of Light at Denver Botanic Gardens, and Denver Zoo Lights. Love the theatre? Take-in the Colorado Ballet’s award-winning Nutcracker production or The Buell Theatre’s classic White Christmas show. Tired of the same stale holiday songs? Enliven your holiday spirit at the Annual TubaChristmas Concert in Skyline Park on Sunday, December 16th.
Tired of your dull, dark cubicle? The Golden City is well-lit in the holiday season, renowned not for a giant tree, but dozens of them, including Macy’s holiday tree at Union Square, the majestic PIER 39 tree, and officially non-denominational tree in front of City Hall. See one or see them all, then continuing to brighten up your evening at the Illuminate SF Festival of Light, taking-in block-after-block of eco-friendly light art that is admission free and public transit accessible. Time to burn? Visit PIER 39, one of San Fran’s most popular visitor destinations for holiday gifts and souvenirs, reserving a PIER 39 attraction pass in advance, visiting the Aquarium or Zoo, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Golden Gate Park, and more.
Corporate travel planning? Ask our travel agents to help you plan your itinerary and make the bookings for a trip that’s more than meets the eye. Contact GTI Travel today.