What’s happening with The Blue Walk
I have found the perfect recipe for homemade hummus. Smooth, creamy, and utterly snackable. It comes together in just a few minutes, and keeps in the refrigerator. Toss some in a mason jar and it becomes a power snack for your walking tour! We love it so much. This...
Meet teacher and artist Lorraine Bell. Accomplished sketchbook and watercolor artist teaching in Nice, France June 2021
An interview and short bio of our ArtWalk teaching artist Kat Kirby
The best way to get between Nice Cote d’Azur airport and central Nice, France is Tram 2. We’ll explain what, why, and how.
An interview with our ArtWalk teacher Koosje Koene about her approach and teaching style
As a tour operator, we put our travelers' safety first. We are watching the changing situation in Europe very closely and following the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This Coronavirus FAQ has been assembled to answer your travel...
We are proud to announce The Blue Walk has been awarded Best Walking Tour Company in Italy for 2020.
Our Blue Walk and ArtWalk vacations begin in Milan, Italy. You will find this the most convenient city to fly into and out of for these programs. The Milan hotels we use for our small group walking tours and art workshop vacations are always conveniently...
Getting to Parma, Italy is easy. Use an airport shuttle from Milan or Bologna, Italy airports to the main train station. Then travel by rail to Parma.
See Artists Network interview about ArtWalk workshop vacations with The Blue Walk’s Jeannette Candau and teaching artist Jane LaFazio at SketchKon 2018.
The Blue Walk attended SketchKon 2018 to share our Art Walk workshop vacations. We caught up with friends and were interviewed by Artists Network.
What a great year! It was a busy 2018 for us at The Blue Walk and we enjoyed every minute. At the end of the year we find ourselves reviewing so many fun times we shared with new and familiar friends and family. We are very fortunate to do the work we do...
Dramatic architecture, sprawling parks, eclectic shops, old friends and new. The warm embrace of Paris as it's foliage begins to change color. Sometimes a travel experience is so vivid, sketch and color can’t capture it all. Enter Pam Garrison, and The Blue Walk's...
Would I do this again? Absolutely! In a heart beat. My husband and I are looking at their schedule for Greece next year. Maybe we’ll see you on our next Blue Walk tour!
Backpack suitcases are very popular these days and Red Oxx makes some of the best out there.