Travel Agents

Virtuoso welcomes 19 new agency members

Virtuoso has expanded its ranks by adding 19 new members around the world since the start of 2020.

More than half of the network’s new luxe travel superstars are located in the Asia-Pacific region, including two Aussie networks: Discerning Traveller and TTFN Travel.

China saw the largest uptake with a whopping six new agencies members, with the rest coming from Brazil, Canada, France, Greece, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States.

The new members now have access to additional benefits from 2,000 of the world’s most luxurious hotels and resorts, cruise lines, tour operators, destination management companies and destinations.

They also gain the recognition of being a part of one of the world’s leading network in luxury and experiential travel.

Here are the newest members:

Australia

  • Discerning Traveller
  • TTFN Travel

Brazil

  • GOYA by Copastur

Canada

  • Maritime Travel – Tillsonburg

China

  • Bridge Travel
  • Domi Luxury
  • Hujn Luxury Travel
  • LE Travel
  • Reception Expert
  • Sichaun Freshtour International Travel Service

France

  • Eluxtravel
  • Premium Conciergerie

Greece

  • Executive Travel Greece

South Korea

  • Chalet Travel and Life
  • Kalpak

United Kingdom

  • B Away

United States

  • Just Cruises branch of Deprez Travel
  • Odyssey Travel Viera
  • Tzell Travel Group

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