Destination Review: The Destinations Journeys for Unwinding in 2023

The Luxe Factor: Global Private Jet Charter

BY Mia



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It’s 2023, and you might be starting to think about where to get away this year for a relaxing break. Starting off the year with a plan that includes scheduling time to unwind solo, with friends, or with family is great to have as a priority. If it’s something you can budget for, a private jet is a great way to unwind before the holiday even starts. Here are a list of our top 3 locations to relax in this year:
  1. Bali, Indonesia
Bali is an unbelievably tranquil island in Indonesia. It’s a haven for surfers, divers and swimmers. The tropical temperature remains consistent all year round. The golden beaches and green rice paddies set against a clear blue sky are the perfect place to relax. There’s no better place for yoga and meditation. Watch the sun set over the ocean from La Brisa Beach Club on Echo Beach. Made from reclaimed fishing boats to create an iconic restaurant and pool setting. On Sundays, it even hosts a small market run by local farmers and small businesses.
  1. Vienna, Austria
If it’s a relaxing city break you’re dreaming about, then Vienna is the perfect spot. Brimming with art and culture, this European city has lots to offer. Admire the Baroque architecture as you explore green parks and visitor attractions to your heart’s content. Vienna excels at coffee-making, so if this is something you’d be interested in, don’t forget to make the most of the many coffee shops you can kick back in. If you want to relax in a thermal spa while you’re in the city, try Therme Wien. This modern complex is built on the same site as Roman-era thermal springs, with no end of Finnish saunas, pools, and spa treatments. There are designated quiet zones where you can grab a complimentary book and relax on a sun lounger.
  1. Takayama, Japan
Takayama is a beautiful city in the mountainous region of Gifu Prefecture in Japan. It has retained the traditional architecture and heritage that many other Japanese cities have lost. Explore the Edo Period historical centre of the city, known as the Sannomachi. Here you will get a taste of what was once the common appearance of a city in Japan between 1603-1868. Learn more about Takayama’s heritage as a thriving merchant city of artisans and carpenters, while enjoying its many shops, museums and restaurants. To see some amazing views of Takayama, head to Shiroyama Park, very close to the old ruins of Takayama Castle. This castle was destroyed in the 17th Century, but the ruins still remain in the park. With idyllic buildings and stunning mountain surroundings, Takayama could be one of Japan’s most relaxing places to stay. Where will you go this year to find your place of zen?

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