From resorts in Mexico to cruises in Europe, travel advisors can snap up special savings on bookings over the next week.
Bonnie Wright, the actress who played Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter film series, will join Universal Orlando's A Celebration of Harry Potter in 2018.
Universal Orlando Resort and Warner Bros. shared the news Monday. Wright will participate in festivities throughout the weekend, joining previously announced Stanislav Yanevski, who played Viktor Krum, and James and Oliver Phelps, the actors who played Fred and George Weasley.
This year’s panel will also feature new creative talent including the award-winning costume designer behind the last six Harry Potter films Jany Tamime and the Special Effects Supervisor for all eight Harry Potter films John Richardson. Graphic and prop designers Eduardo Lima and Miraphora Mina of MinaLima, who established the visual graphic style of the Harry Potter films and of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, will be at the event as well.
Admission into panels and will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
The three-day fan event that will feature experiences from across the Wizarding World on Jan. 26-28, 2018. Expo participants will include: MinaLima, Pottermore, Scholastic, Harry Potter: The Exhibition, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
What path is adventure travel taking next year?
'We want to shift perceptions to remind travelers that the Caribbean remains open for business.'
With the support of ASTA and other industry partners, Puerto Rico begins to market volunteer tourism to U.S. mainland travelers.
Ambiguous language and incomplete details about individual travel lead to inaccurate media coverage and high volumes of inquiries.
Site now alerts users of health, safety or discrimination issues at hotels around the world.
After recovering from Hurricanes Maria and Irma, the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino in San Juan will be taking new guest reservations starting Jan. 9, 2018.
Individual travel restrictions imposed Nov. 8 are having little impact on their bookings in the island nation, say top tour operators.
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