In Brief

The brand is one of the most recent information companies to enter the realm of the guided tour, appealing to younger vacationers and offering a curated consumer experience

Online media company Thrillist recently partnered with the young professionals’ group travel agency For the Love of Travel to create organized vacations geared toward millennials.

The focus is on shorter trips with three-day itineraries for travelers to uncover a city with like-minded individuals, making new friendships and enjoying unique experiences along the way.

Thrillist’s media status and expertise will help add to the experience while overseeing all the planning so travelers can focus on the trip itself. The media brand creates itineraries with an insider feel, giving travelers a chance to check out lesser-known attractions rather than the regular go-to tourist destinations while joining the trend around offering experiences to consumers as an extension of the brand.

Currently, trips are offered in Los Angeles, Chicago, Portland, Seattle and Denver, priced at $699 each (without transportation). Five more cities are said to be available soon.

Thrillist

For the Love of Travel


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Online media company Thrillist recently partnered with the young professionals’ group travel agency For the Love of Travel to create organized vacations geared toward millennials.

The focus is on shorter trips with three-day itineraries for travelers to uncover a city with like-minded individuals, making new friendships and enjoying unique experiences along the way.

Thrillist’s media status and expertise will help add to the experience while overseeing all the planning so travelers can focus on the trip itself. The media brand creates itineraries with an insider feel, giving travelers a chance to check out lesser-known attractions rather than the regular go-to tourist destinations while joining the trend around offering experiences to consumers as an extension of the brand.