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Four Seasons Hotels in Europe are Offering a $69,000 'Backstage Pass'

March 14, 2014 at 10:02 AM | by | ()

As spring continues to elude a lot of us, you might be mind escaping by leaving on a jet plane to far-off destinations. To feed your fantasy, we thought we’d share with you this flight of fancy offered by Four Seasons: A $69,000 backstage pass package to some of Europe’s most iconic cultural kicks.

This 16-day Backstage with the arts package includes the use of a fully kitted out 757 private jet that’ll whisk you from European capital to European capital: Lisbon, Milan, Istanbul, St. Petersburg, Paris and Prague, complete with a Four Seasons Global Guest Services Manager to help make all of your arts and culture dreams come true along the way.

To further whet your appetite for this OTT fantastic fantasy, here are some of the behind-the-scenes treats for the 52 people who will be able to book the package.

• You’ll be treated like Russian royalty in St. Petersburg with an evening that begins with a private tour of St. Isaac’s Cathedral and ends with a gala at Pavlovsk Palace, once the hunting grounds of czars. Oh, wait—that’s followed by a stay at none other than the Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg.

• In Milan, along with a stay at the Four Seasons Hotel Milano of course, you’ll get not just kinda exclusive, but really exclusive, access to the Duomo that includes the areas of the bella cathedral not normally open to the public.

• At the Four Seasons Hotel Prague you won’t have to sing for your supper, but you will catch a special performance at the historic Estates Theatre, where Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni famously premiered in 1787.

• And in Paris, you’ll stay at the Four Seasons Hotel George V and, while its famous Michelin-starred restaurant Le Cinq is considered 'de rigueur,' you’ll go to even higher heights of gourmet dining with a private dinner at Le Jules Verne—the Michelin three-star restaurant in the Eiffel Tower that offers an unbeatable view over the City of Lights.

And, in order to give you plenty of time to dream (or save up!) this package doesn’t take off until April 2015.

[Photos: Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts]

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