Everyone visits sexy European cities like London, Paris, and Rome, but few get the chance to explore the continent’s lesser-known gems, like Bratislava, in Slovakia
—which became the capital of newly independent Slovakia in 1993—or Gdańsk, a Baltic port-city in Poland with a tumultuous history steeped in the amber trade.
For those with an interest in Europe beyond the beaten path, however, Lakani World Tours is offering an intriguing 14-night private-jet journey to rarely visited cities—and a few classic favorites, as well.
Taking place May 11 to 25 and available to just 15 travelers, the European immersion begins with three days in a more mainstream favorite: Zurich, Switzerland, where medieval history and modern-day business combine to create an epicenter of international finance and banking.
Guests can also shop Bahnhofstrasse (the Rodeo Drive of Switzerland) and tour Fraumunster Cathedral to see the world-renowned Chagall stained-glass windows.
After Zurich, it’s off to Positano, the chic fishing village on the Amalfi Coast
— another tourist favorite —for three days of exceptional Italian cuisine, stunning cliff-side seascapes, and lavish accommodations at the legendary Le Sirenuse.
From there, the trip ventures into less trodden territory.
A day in Corfu (the Ionian island off Greece’s northwest coast, where Odysseus washed onshore and was given a boat to return to Ithaka) is just enough time to tour the ancient city, which melds Renaissance, Baroque, and classical influences.
Then it’s a short flight to Tirana, the capital of Albania, where guests will spend another three nights learning firsthand about the history and present-day effects of communism.
The trip rounds out with time in Bratislava, Slovakia, and Gdańsk before ending in Munich, where the Neuschwanstein Castle
— built on a stunning hilltop by King Ludwig II in the 19th century — will be a highlight, as will the oval Rococo 18th-century church in Steingaden that was built to house a statue of Christ that reportedly wept tears in 1738.
Priced at $89,500 per person, the private-jet trip is available through Frontiers International Travel,
and includes all meals, gratuities, excursions, and in-flight wine and Champagne.
Single accommodation rooms are also available for an additional $9,950.
This post originally appeared on robbreport.com