If you’re tired of cold, dreary weather and rain and you’re already thinking about summer vacation, you definitely think you want to try something new this year. If your pocket allows and you want a special holiday, here is a top of the most expensive holiday destinations for this summer:
If you want to enjoy the extravagant and romantic Paris, you can appeal with confidence to accommodation with neither more nor less than … 18 000 euros for one night. Specifically, you’ll get a night in the Royal Suite of the luxury hotel Four Seasons George V, located near the Champs-Elysees. In general, at a 5-star hotel like Fouquet’s Barriere or the Shangri-La Hotel Paris you pay on average 1,400 euros and for 3 stars services between 150 and 300 euros per night. An entrance to the Louvre 10 euros, and a pair of shoes of the famous shops on the Champs-Elysees or Galeries Lafayette, cost on average 400 euros.
Fiji is a breathtaking archipelago with islands where you can do water sports or you can sunbathe sipping exotic fresh fruits. A plane trip starts at 1,500 euros per person but the most suitable is a service package. For example, an 8-day all inclusive package with flight and airport taxes included cost on average 2,400 euros per person.
New York is a city made famous by the film industry, the boulevard Time Square, Broadway, Ground Zero, Central Park or Wall Street. A holiday in the true sense in New York means taxi rides, Broadway shows, rides with the subway, accommodation in Manhattan, restaurants, entrances to museums, all of which are very expensive. If you want the most extravagant experience, choose a night stay at the Four Seasons Hotel at not less than 34 thousand dollars.
“Pearl of the Pacific” is a magical destination, unique in the world, and the prices are accordingly. A cruise with a romantic dinner at sunset costs 60 euros per person, a day trip 90 euros, and aqua safari 65 euros per person. An all inclusive package for 8 days in Bora Bora cost about 3300 euros per person in 5 star resorts like Pearl Beach Resort and Le Meridien.
Musha Cay is a private island owned by the famous magician David Copperfield, which we can certainly call “island of the rich”. One night on the island cost between 32 thousand and 50 thousand dollars, and a whole week reaches to 260 thousand dollars. The island has a private airport, five luxury villas, an outdoor cinema and a staff of 30 people, plus a world-class chef.
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