Winter Wonderland: Terrific Discounts on First Class to European Destinations This Winter
Winter is here, and IFlyFirstClass’ newest deals on luxury flights to Europe make them the hottest ticket around. During this limited-time offer, travelers can scoop up deals on roomy business class seats to Europe for as cheap as $2,89. Pampering first class tickets are an even greater steal starting at $3,289. Do you want to spend a holiday winding your way through the Alps looking for prime ski spots and fun Christmas markets? Do you prefer sunning yourself on Tenerife, Fuerteventura or some of the other Canary Islands? With IFlyFirstClass’ deals you’ll be able to live it up in style regardless of your winter activities.
“We love Europe in the winter because many of the crowds dwindle down and the picturesque cities and landscapes take on a character of their own,” says Julia Graft, public relations manager for IFlyFirstClass. “That’s why we’re so excited to be able to offer these incredible discounts. While we are always happy to help business travelers save money on professional trips to London, Frankfurt, Milan and Geneva, we’re also delighted to be able to give holiday travelers a means for flying to European holiday spots comfortably and inexpensively.”
Here are just a few European cities with events and activities this winter:
Flying in lavish first class seats to Venice is the first step to truly relishing the drama, pageantry and mystique of Carnivale.
From January 23 to February 9 this year, the city becomes a grand backdrop to the amazing costumes, breathtaking masks and opulent balls of Carnivale. While Marco Polo International Airport puts you closest to the festivities, you may also want to consider flying to Tuscany’s Florence Airport or Milan-Malpensa Airport so that you can enjoy many of Italy’s other treasures. Both are within a three-hour drive of Venice and are delightful destinations on their own.
Winter in London teems with activities, including the light and art spectacle of Lumiere London. Visitors can also enjoy breathtaking ice skating at the stately Somerset House, Winterville activities at Victoria Park, watching competitions at the International Horse Show and experiencing New Year’s fireworks over the Thames.
Although it gets less attention than Venice’s celebration, Madrid’s Carnival is equally magnificent. For six days from the end of January to early February, revelers participate in elaborate costume competitions, watch parades and feast on edible Spanish delights. Festivities kick off with a reading from the balcony of Casa de la Villa and end with a dazzling farewell party and the traditional sardine burial. Intrigued to find out just what a ritual sardine burial involves? Check out our latest business class deals to Madrid and other exciting European destinations while the special offers last.