Fodor’s names Bywater a top travel destination in 2019

| November 16, 2018

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On Fodor’s list of 52 inspiring travel destinations for 2019, New Orleans’ Bywater neighborhood is No. 24, falling between Hawaii and Trinidad and Tobago. It joins international locales including Berlin, Detroit, Morocco’s Atlantic Coast, and Japan’s Setouchi Region.

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Welcome to B the travel brand! We know that each trip is personal and unique. We help you find your ideal trip. We are the retail network of Barceló Viajes, formed by a network of more than 650 agencies and offices throughout Spain. We work with the objective of helping you discover the trip that defines you and what you were looking for. They say that only 1 in 4 people have a gene that drives them to discover the world. They are wrong. We all have a gene that invites us to travel, to know new places, to learn, to grow as people. We have called it the B gene and it is the one that moves us to evolve from Barceló Viajes to B the travel brand. Whether it's that family trip you've been dreaming of for so long, the flight that will allow you to arrive on time with your client or the adventure of discovering the place you'll end up calling your new home, Our mission is that you feel your B gene and put it in motion with the largest travel offer in the market. Come and discover your B gene.

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