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72-Hour City Trips

Three-Day Getaways That Won't Use Up Your Vacation Days

Chicago's impressive skyline rises above the shores of Lake Michigan

City Guides for Vacation Planning

Traveling to a new place can be overwhelming. Where should you stay, where should you eat and what should you do? Since every destination has endless possibilities, our 72-hour city guides can make things a little simpler. Whether you're contemplating a trip to Houston or Hanoi, we've distilled each destination down to its essence and must-see highlights.

FEATURED CITY GUIDE

The iconic fountain show at the Bellagio in Las Vegas
WHAT HAPPENS...
72 Hours in Las Vegas

From the lights of the Strip to reborn Downtown and out to beautiful Summerlin and Mount Charleston, GAYOT's guide takes you all over.

Find out where to stay, eat and play in Sin City

U.S. DESTINATIONS

Nashville

New Orleans

Newport Beach, CA

New York

Olympic Peninsula, WA

Orlando

Palm Springs

Paso Robles Wine Country, CA

Philadelphia

Phoenix/Scottsdale

Portland, OR

Portsmouth, NH

Providence, RI

Sacramento

San Antonio

San Diego

San Francisco

Santa Barbara, CA

Santa Barbara Wine Country

Santa Fe, NM

Seattle


Sedona, AZ

Sonoma County, CA


St. Louis

Tampa Bay

Taos, NM

Temecula, CA

Traverse City

Ventura & Ojai, CA

Vermont

Washington, DC

Willamette Valley, OR NEW!

Yosemite



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INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS

Mexico City

Montreal NEW!

Nice

North Country, England

Paris

Patagonia

Prague

Quebec City

Reims

Rhine Valley

Rome

Santiago

São Paulo

Seville

Singapore

Stockholm

Sydney

Tokyo

Toronto

Vancouver

Venice


Vienna

Wales

Winchester



Whether looking to travel across the Australian Outback, the Canadian Rockies or historic Europe, these opulent trains will let travelers see the countryside in comfort.
Boutique fleets are the hottest thing on the high seas, promising smaller passenger lists, larger staterooms and sophisticated resort facilities.