Call 1-800-668-6859 or contact your travel professional

MONDAY TO FRIDAY – 9:00am to 4:30pm

Top
DeNure Tours / DeNure News (Page 3)

News

Football Sundays are busy days at the Graduate

Football Sundays are busy days at the Graduate, with plenty of big screen TVs tuned into various sports, but Frudden thought this Sunday might be one of the biggest. "It's one of the better opportunities," the manager said. As far as when the clip will...

wholesale nfl jerseys from china New England Patriots

Each day, starting at the Saukville Walmart (Highway 33/Green Bay Avenue). The bus will depart 13 minutes later from the Target/Home Depot (Highway 60) in Grafton. On Sundays, buses leave every half hour. The entire production was a joy from start to finish. As soon...

Kinnan thought that his truck

Kinnan thought that his truck, along with the many others that had starting popping up in the past year, would so much life, energy and great, affordable food choices for the people that call Raleigh home. There have been hundreds of emails to city council...

There is a dearth of new sellers in the Vancouver housing market

There is a dearth of new sellers in the Vancouver housing market and the local real estate association says that is impacting activity in Canada's most expensive market for existing housing.The Real Board of Greater Vancouver reported Thursday there were 2,425 home sales throughout the...

Summer theatre in Ontario: make the most of your visit to Niagara and Stratford

[caption id="attachment_1395" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Niagara-on-the-lake, photo courtesy of Emily Cooper[/caption] For years, DeNureTours has helped summer festival fans take in some of Ontario's best summer theatre performances at the Shaw and Stratford Festivals. Our attentive service, comfortable accommodations and thoughtful inclusions are reasons why some guests...

3 travel tips for Canadian snowbirds

[caption id="attachment_1649" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Daytona Beach Pier & Boardwalk, courtesy of Marketing Edge Communications Inc.[/caption] Oh to be a snowbird! There are so many people who are trading in the snow and ice for sand and surf. But as you Snowbirds know, there’s a lot to...

Frankenmuth: Michigan’s Little Bavaria

  [caption id="attachment_771" align="alignnone" width="1024"] River place, courtesy of Frankenmuth CVB[/caption] In 1845, Frankenmuth was settled by 15 Germans, led by a Lutheran minister August Craemer. This small band of settlers came from Neuendettelsau, Germany on a mission to bring Christianity to Native Americans. Today, DeNureTours invites...

6 reasons to see Saguenay this summer

[caption id="attachment_355" align="alignnone" width="239"] Montmorency Falls, courtesy of Quebec City and Area Tourism[/caption] Tucked within the heart of Quebec's breathtaking Saguenay region are scenic vistas and captivating folklore ready to be explored. Home to the Saguenay Fjord, the region's name is thought to come from the Innu...

5 ways to experience Amish culture in Shipshewana

[caption id="attachment_327" align="alignnone" width="435"] Courtesy of Pennsylvania Dutch Country and Lancaster County[/caption] The first Amish settlers arrived in idyllic Shipshewana, Indiana in 1844, bringing with them their strong sense of community and traditional way of life. One hundred and seventy-one years later, the counties of LaGrange and...