Delray Beach, FL, July 27, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- As the premier choice for exclusive small group travel, Nada’s Italy is expanding its reach in South Florida by opening a second location in the heart of the Pineapple Grove arts district in downtown Delray Beach.
While most brick-and-mortar travel agencies face insurmountable fears of closing their doors and shifting operations online, Nada’s Italy is bravely going against travel trends, seeing opportunity in opening up store fronts, and leveraging the power of face-to-face interactions, events, and workshops.
Nada’s Italy was started by Italian-born Nada Vergili, an expat from Florence who moved to the USA and developed the business in 2004 with a strong passion for sharing her culture with the American public. She coined an intriguing slogan “Tours for people who don’t go on tours,” catering to active adult travelers wanting to experience Italy in a more intimate, stress-free, relaxed way, without the high-paced structured schedules of large-scale tours.
After several years of living in North Carolina and establishing her first successful location in Charlotte, Nada fell in love with Delray Beach and decided to make this vibrant beachside community her home.
Having one of the highest rated reviewed travel businesses and thousands of clients nationwide, Nada decided to completely redefine the concept of “travel store,” to include high-quality imported Italian products her clients enjoy while they are on her trips.
Nada brings to South Florida some of Tuscany’s best-rated organic olive oil, premium-quality bath & body products, organic skincare from Sardinia, all-natural hand-crafted soap from Tuscany, and an assortment of fragrances made in Venice.
Nada’s intention for the Delray Beach store is to make it a central place for residents and visitors to connect around “all-things-Italian” through Italian classes, travel workshops, and fund-raising events for local non-profits. To add to the Italian-themed experience, everyone who walks through the front-door is greeted with a warm “Benvenuto” by Veronica, a friend of Nada’s from Salerno, Italy, and offered a free cappuccino or espresso.