The International Women’s Day is a perfect chance to plan a girls-only trip with your best friends, girlfriend or family, and unplug from every day routine. You only need to choose the destination and Yamgu will take care of planning the best program for your needs.
There’s plenty of choice: Berlin, Madrid, Dublin, Paris, Rome and so much more, whether you prefer art and history, or shopping, relax and fun, we will help to let you make the most of your travel experience!
Here’s three travel ideas to let Women’s Day be the chance to find yourselves.
The best destination for every fashion addicted around the world is Milan: this beautiful city in northern Italy combines culture, night life and streets filled with boutiques. If you’re looking for a shopping trip, the must for your tour around the city is Quadrilatero della moda (a.k.a. Via Montenapoleone fashion district), which is a high-class shopping district in the city center filled with showrooms, retail stores and so much more. The shopping experience does not stop there: just outside the city, you will find many outlet villages such as Franciacorta, Serravalle and Vicolungo.
When you’re looking for a fun trip, you should definitely consider Barcelona. The catalan capital represents a perfect destination for a getaway with your sister (or even a best friend!) and enjoy both culture and nightlife. Your schedule can’t miss Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces like Sagrada Familia church and Güell Park, a walk across La Rambla street and a relaxing afternoon in the district La Barceloneta (do not forget to sunbathe at the beach!). But the best is yet to come: Barcelona is the European capital of nightlife, so get the party started!
Architecture, elegance and regal aura are some of the features that make Wien the ideal destination for a smooth trip with your mother. You will immerse in a world that is both old and new, romantic and modern, evocative and cosmopolite. Yamgu suggests to start the journey in the Belvedere, the Austrian Baroque architecture’s masterpiece and one of most beautiful European aristocratic estates, and follow up with Hundertwasserhaus in Landstraß district. After that you could step by Prater Park where you can take a ride on the Wiener Riesenrad and enjoy the view of the city from up high. For a real royal experience, don’t miss the imperial palaces spread all across Wien: Schönbrunn and Hofburg palace to mention some. The latter hosts a museum dedicated to one of the most famous royality figures, Princess Sisi.