LuxeVoyage Editorial

Milan - Food, Countryside, Fashion

Milan - Food, Countryside, Fashion

Ahhhh, Milan. A fashion Mecca, food paradise - destination in its own right - and gateway to some of Italy's most iconic lakes and mountainous celebrity hideaways. One would be remiss not to touch on the many beautiful assets Milan holds as well as its unwavering reputation for style. The city of Milan is home to, in the so-called Quadrilatero d’Oro (the golden rectangle), the world’s most recognizable luxury, fashion and jewelry boutiques. Many designers find their inspiration here. Moreover, Milan is recognized as the center of couture craftsmanship. It is considered THE place of excellence in terms of Italian designers....

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Munich

Munich

From Oktoberfest to Christkindlmarkt to the The Auer Dult on Mariahilfplatz, Munich has always been a cultural destination bursting with character and authentic Bavarian charm. Although Covid impacted Bavaria’s most famous festivals and events, rest assured that the travel comeback of 2022 is one not to be reckoned with. Munich’s old world architecture and tradition make this city a bucket list destination for many. And let’s not forget football… The Munich is infamous for its number of breweries and hearty beer, carb-indulgent pretzels, schnitzel and lederhosen-clad Oktoberfest celebration. According to Britannica, Munich, or Müenchen (“Home of the Monks”), traces its...

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Madrid - Ethereal Gem

Madrid - Ethereal Gem

Although our team has European roots, LuxeVoyage is currently headquartered in the U.S.A. It is a common saying that Americans live to work. The culture here is vastly different from most European countries, and if one would say that, in contrast, Spaniards work to live — there would likely be no argument. This is no more apparent than in the Spanish capital and financial center of Madrid.  Madrileños work hard and play even harder. It is not uncommon for dinner to begin at 10:00 p.m. with nightlife emerging near midnight. A typical nightcap might include an early morning churros con chocolate at the...

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Sevilla

Sevilla

Whether you’re heading to Seville to indulge in the centuries-old festivities during the Holy Week, a big game, or to stroll through picturesque plazas before treating yourself to an assortment of tapas, there’s much more to this artistic city than meets the eye. The largest city in Southern Spain, Seville is said to be built by Hercules himself. With architectural masterpieces, flamenco dancing, and its historic football clubs, Seville is one of the most intriguing cities in the world to explore.Before we can appreciate the rich culture permeating through the city’s walls, it’s essential to visit Seville’s relics, its iconic...

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