Archive for April, 2011
Known as the “possibility city” thousands of travelers choose Louisville Kentucky as their vacation destination each year. Find out more about travel in Louisville, what to do, when to go and what makes it a great place to visit on your next vacation. Learn more about great destinations for travel from Tradewinds Vacations.
Proud of its arts and cultural opportunities similar to that found in larger cities throughout the US, Louisville is also proud of it’s small town charm and welcoming atmosphere. Home to thousands of acres of parks, Louisville has been named one of the top cities to live in the US. In addition to plentiful green space, features that make Louisville a great place to visit include festivals, events, destinations of both historical as well as cultural importance and much more. Take a look at some of the most popular destinations for travel in Louisville with Tradewinds Vacations.
4th Street Live – Located on 4th Street in historic downtown Louisville. Louisville’s premier dining, entertainment and retail destination. Concerts and events daily.
Waterfront Park – Concerts and events in one of Louisville’s greenest waterfront areas. 85 acres of green space filled with events and activities for people of all ages and interests. This year featured events include a tribute concert to the Beatles, the Zac Brown Band, dozens of other bands and a fourth of July festival and activities.
Louisville Slugger Museum – Welcoming over 250,000 visitors last year alone, the museum and gift store are open 7 days a week and offer a great look into America’s favorite sport.
Kentucky Center for the Arts - The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts brings the finest in music, dance, theater and more to Louisville. Broadway, ballet, music and dance as well as a permanent art collection make this one of the most popular art attractions in the city.
Kentucky Derby Museum – Just outside the Churchill Downs, this is one of Kentucky’s most popular attractions, since 1985. Collections include over 20000 items related to the racing industry in the area.
Louisville Zoo – Open year round, the Louisville zoo offers a great place to visit and learn for both adults and children alike. In addition to a state of the art zoo with thousands of animals, the Louisville zoo also offers a zootram shuttle, carousel, 4D ride, Sky Trail High Adventure Course, Zipline, Climbing wall and more.
Churchill Downs – The most well known activity in Kentucky bar none is horse racing. Churchill Downs is the number one destination for those who enjoy this aspect of life in Kentucky. Home to the biggest races in history.
Hundreds of other great destinations and activities can be found in the city year round. Tradewinds Vacations invites you to explore these and other great sights of interest in Louisville on your next vacation.
The weather is warming up throughout the US, spring break is here, and for those who enjoy travel, it is time to start thinking about where to spend your next beach vacation. With millions of beaches to choose from, how do you know which are the best? Tradewinds Travel Club would like to offer you a look at some of the top ranking beaches in the US and around the world. Find out what makes these beaches stand out and how you can enjoy your beach vacation with Tradewinds Travel Club this summer. Start planning with Tradewinds Travel Club.
Top U.S. Beaches for 2011
Myrtle Beach – Rated the top destination for travel in the US in 2011, Myrtle Beach is more than just a beach, activities and events are going on all summer long along the entire length of shoreline offering much to do.
Cape May – Family friendly and known as some of the best beaches in the world, Cape May beaches are known for great fun and activities and reasonable fees.
Sanibel Island – A barrier island, Sanibel beaches are some of the best sandy beaches found throughout Florida. In addition, shelling is a popular pastime here as millions are washed ashore each year.
Waikiki Beach – Surfing, need we say more? Waikiki is easy to get to and known for its surfing history.
Ka ‘anapali – On Maui, a three mile stretch of beach touted as one of the best in the world. Known for snorkeling, sailing, scuba, kayaking, surfing and whale watching.
Top Worldwide Beaches for 2011
Borcay, Philippines – Known for snorkeling and diving opportunities throughout the island.
Palm/Eagle Beach, Aruba – Known for white powder sand beaches and gentle surf, great for swimming and sunbathing.
Negril, Jamaica – Rated in the top 10 for years, known for its calm waters, snorkeling and diving.
Santa Marta, Colombia – Gaining in popularity for its beautiful and rejuvenated beachfront and marina in addition to white sandy beaches and calm waters.
Tradewinds Travel Club invites you to enjoy this summer and start planning your own amazing beach vacation. Whether traveling with your family or just friends, the beaches found throughout the world can offer some of the best vacations imaginable and perfect for what you are looking for. Enjoy all your vacations and travels with Tradewinds Travel Club as your partner in travel and get ready for adventure.