This is a tour that I would absolutely love to do, with a personal trainer in toe. Read on and you will understand why.
Two luxury travel firms have put together a six-month around the world dining tour of every three Michelin starred restaurant in the world.
The culinary adventure features trips to the most highly decorated restaurants across 12 countries
British luxury travel websites VeryFirstTo.com and Holidaysplease.co.uk have joined forces to offer affluent foodies the ultimate fine dining experience – a six month world tour that will see clients dining at all 109 three Michelin starred restaurants across the globe.
The culinary adventure features trips to the most highly decorated restaurants across 12 countries, including The Fat Duck in England, Lung King Heen in Hong Kong,Sushi Yoshitake in Japan and Le Meurice in Paris (pictured below).
Highlights include the delicacies of Alain Ducasse in Monaco, creative dishes by experimental chef Heston Blumenthal in the UK and traditional Basque cuisine at Arzak in Spain.
As part of the package, participants will fly from city to city in business class cabins and stay in five-star hotels including Claridge’s in London, Hotel de Paris in Monte-Carlo and Trump International in New York.
For those seeking food heaven, the trip will cost around US $275,000 per couple*, including flights, accommodation and restaurant reservations.
Although this seems like a significant sum, the travel agents don’t actually think that it’s a bad deal, especially when you consider that a hotel room at a top-flight hotel could cost around US $1,000 per night and business class airfare for an around-the-world trip could run into six figures.
I wonder if anyone would actually do this tour? If I won $15million in the Lotto, I’d be tempted.
Article posted on DOTWNews
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