Three European capital for Easter break
Reach one of these European capital during Easter break. Each cities has a lot of activities to enjoy and cultural site to discover, without forget shopping, food and fun.
Three best European destination for your Easter break
The long week end of Easter is the perfect opportunity to discover one of these destinations in Europe. Immerse yourself into the old continent culture, discover the best places where to eat, drink and have fun, and relax with a sunbath or a shopping experience in these fascinating cities around the continent. Rome, Barcelona and Copenhagen are three unique capital to discover and enjoy.
Rome is the ancient capital of the Roman Empire, capital of Italy is the best destination if you love food, culture and shopping. Full with monuments, ruins of the ancient empire and places that make history during the centuries, Rome is an open air museum, plenty of opportunity to breath the History. Rome is also the capital of good food and a lively shopping place.
Located in the heart of Italy is also the perfect starting point to discover the beauties of the central Italy, first of all the near Tuscany. With a brief but stunning helicopter tour over the nature and hills, you can enjoy the best from your tour, and land in the ancient winery of Tenuta Torciano to taste the finest wine and food.
Just under an hour’s drive from Rome, we can reach a totally different destination named Castelli Romani that identifies a beautiful large geographical area, of volcanic origin, that stretches up to Rome. Here, there are rare pearls of naturalistic beauty like the lakes (also of volcanic origin), vineyards picturesque towns such as Frascati or Castel Gandolfo, the pope’s summer residence.
Barcelona is one of Spain’s most popular city break destinations, easy to reach from any others European destination with a private jet.
This beautiful city as an heritage of architectures and arts and was home for some famous artists such as Picasso and Gaudi.
The Picasso museum retrace the steps of the artist from the very beginning, throughout the years showing how he became a worldwide phenomenon in art.
Also don’t miss the fabulous Gaudi architectural work. From the Basilica de Sagrada Familia – the towering cathedral in the heart of the city – to Casa Mila – or La Pedrera – a modern structure that personify the nature, as a matter of facts, La Pedrera means ‘stone quarry’.
There is so much to see in Berlin that traveling to the city via private jet is one of the only way to see it all. The capital of Germany is a hub of activity, from thriving art scene to sites steeped both in history and innovation.
All of Berlin’s boroughs have plenty of offers, especially the Mitte district, at the core of Berlin’s historic district. It includes some of the most acclaimed touristic location such as the Brandeburg Gate, Unter den Linden, Postdamer Platz, Alexanderplatz and Berlin Hauptbahnhof. In the same area you can find the Museum island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the famous TV tower that define the skyline of the city, and checkpoint Charlie which brings together East and West Berlin.