January 24, 2020 - January 26, 2020 | ALL DAY
LOCATIONJacob K. Javits
429 11th Ave,
New York, 10001, NY, USA
CostFrom Free to $ 89
Featured Description (from the owner)
New Yorkers can forget about the hassle of long lines at the post office to apply for passports during The New York Times Travel Show this year, taking place at the Javits Center Jan. 24-26.
The Show will be a one-stop shop for those planning vacations and applying for their passports all in one visit. For the first time ever, the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs will host a special Passport Acceptance Event on Saturday, Jan. 25 and Sunday, Jan. 26. During this time, attendees will be able to apply on the spot (first-time applicants and renewals). Leaving the most “stressful” part of the day to be deciding where to travel with so many new and exciting exhibitors to pick from as we enter a new decade.
Top 5 Reasons Not to Miss Out on The New York Times Travel Show:
- For the first time ever, the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs will host a special Passport Acceptance Event on Saturday, Jan. 25 and Sunday, Jan. 26 at the show. During this time, attendees will be able to apply for U.S. passports on the spot (first-time applicants and renewals).
- Receive exhibitor discounts and enter to win trips including the City of Tokyo’s giveaway prize of roundtrip airfare to Tokyo, the 2020 host of the Olympic games.
- Hear from celebrity travelers and foodies including the star of Netflix’s “Somebody Feed Phil” Phil Rosenthal; Emmy-winning television host, best-selling cookbook author and restaurateur, Lidia Bastianich, plus 280+ experts covering tips for frugal travelers, how to navigate credit card points, how to plan the trip of a lifetime and other hot topics.
- Travel by your stomach at the Tastes of the World Pavilion featuring cooking demos, tastings and celebrity chef book signings.
- The third annual LGBTQ Travel Pavilion has become the biggest in the show’s history. Learn about trending destinations and events as well as tours, cruises and experiences around the world for gay, lesbian, transgender and queer travelers.