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STOCKHOLM - LISBON - PORTO - MUNICH - HAMBURG - FARO AND BERLIN FROM 99€*

From May 29th, Luxair offers you the opportunity to fully enjoy your Pentecost holidays. Fly to 7 destinations in Europe from 99€. Full service included. 

Berlin

NEW! BERLIN

 

Berlin - the capital of Germany, which has changed drastically since the Wall came down, commanding global interest as a destination. Walking through Berlin you will see evidence of different historic periods in a short time, from medieval buildings to the famous sightseeing landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and East Side Gallery. Today Berlin is a young, dynamic metropolis open to the world right in the heart of Europe, setting new trends in architecture, art and fashion. Discover its diversity – enjoy Berlin!

 

 

  • RESTAURANTS & BARS

    Starting on May 15, restaurants are open to the public but must observe strict hygiene rules and have limited opening hours. The staff is required to wear masks or another covering over the nose and mouth.

    Shisha bars, smoking lounges, pubs, and bars remain closed until further notice.

  • HOTELS

    Hotels and the operators of holiday apartments may provide accommodation to tourists starting on May 25. However, spa treatment areas remain closed. Excursions, city sightseeing tours, and guided tours are allowed starting on May 25. This applies only to excursions and tours taking place outside and only if minimum distances between the participants and the general hygiene rules are observed.

  • WEATHER & BEACHES

    Berlin has generally good weather between May and October, although the city gets rather humid during the peak of summer. Rainfall is spread fairly evenly throughout the year, with June and August getting slightly more. The driest months with comfortable temperatures tend to be in July, September, and October.

  • ATTRACTIONS

    Whether you see the sights of Berlin by coach, steamer, bicycle or on foot – you’ll pass a lot of famous buildings and memorials.

     

    These days, the appeal of Berlin is its fascinating mixture of history and zeitgeist, offering diverse attractions in art, culture, music, entertainment and countless shopping possibilities. The modern hotel landscape, an incredibly diverse gastronomy and unbeatably favourable prices certainly bear comparison with international standards. 

  • SPECIAL MEASURES

    Germany has taken numerous measures to prevent the spread of the virus such as Social Distancing or mandatory masks in some places. Find all the information on travel in Germany on the German government website.

     

    Please find all the hygiene measures taken by the city of Berlin on the website of the Berlin Airport.

faro

FARO

 

The capital of the Algarve is one of the most typically Portuguese cities in the country. When in Faro, you have the chance to enjoy an amazing marina, cobblestone squares, and green parks, as well as an old town. Its location in the centre of the Algarve makes Faro the perfect starting point for day-trips to all the marvellous major destinations of this wonderful region.

  • RESTAURANTS & BARS

    Faro is known for its healthy and locally sourced food. 

    From the 18th of May, restaurants, cafés, pastries and outdoor terraces are open at 50% of their capacity, until 11pm and in accordance with specific measures.

  • HOTELS

    Partnered with low population density, hygiene and health protocols for hotels, restaurants and activities, this should give confidence to travellers seeking to visit Portugal in the post-lockdown world.

  • WEATHER AND BEACHES

    The Algarve is justly famous for its magnificent beaches. They are beautiful and varied, from long expanses of fine sand to picturesque and secluded cove beaches. Some are only accessible from the sea which ensures they are less frequented, others are so vast that social distancing is not an issue. And there are so many beaches in the Algarve that even during the busiest season, it is possible to find a quiet, sparsely populated beach. For 2020, measures will be in place to define the “load capacity” for each beach to ensure safe social distancing for beach-goers.

    The climate is delivering daily doses of vitamin D and sunlight to lift our spirits.

  • ATTRACTIONS

    Golf is a popular activity in the Algarve, as well as sailing or kayaking.. you can discover historical small villages and enjoy open spaces to explore and clean air to breathe.

    Many of the activities that people enjoy in the Algarve are open-air activities. With clean air to breathe and plenty of vitamin D to absorb, being outdoors in the Algarve is good for you.

    There are some superb trails to explore the countryside and coastal routes on foot or by bike. Population density is low in the Algarve, particularly inland, so keeping your distance is not an issue. 

    Since the 18th of May, museums, monuments/palaces, art galleries, and zoos are open.

  • SPECIAL MEASURES

    Portugal has set up a new Clean & Safe policy for all the touristic industry. It's an initiative developed by Turismo de Portugal to provide guidance for restaurants, accommodation, tourism companies regarding hygiene, cleaning and the main protection measures to use for the future. More information on the situation on the website of the Portuguese government.

     

    At Faro airport, measures have been implemented to ensure the safety of all, employees and passengers. A system for measuring body temperature has been introduced on arrival at the airports. More information on the ANA website. 

Stockholm

STOCKHOLM

 

Stockholm is simultaneously urban and close to nature and water is an ever-present feature in this city where lake and sea meet. The atmosphere is open, tolerant and welcoming, and diversity and innovation are encouraged. Stockholm is a city for everyone. 

 

Trends in music, design, fashion, and technology are born here, and innovations that spread worldwide are invented here. Trendy bars and world-class restaurants are near historic cafes and cozy neighbourhood pubs.

  • RESTAURANTS & BARS

    A lot of restaurants remains open as usual with special safety and hygiene measures and following public-health guidelines.

  • HOTELS

    Major hotels have decided to continue operating with enhancement of hygiene and health measures (frequent desinfection, limited number of clients in the restaurants and hallways, etc.). Cancellation conditions remains the same as usual and depends on the hotel.

     

  • WEATHER AND BEACHES

    The average high-temperature, in June, is 20°C, while the average low-temperature is 11°C, usually cloudy. June is one of the rainny month of the year but with nice sunny spells in between rainfalls.

     

    Langholmsbadet and Smedsuddsbadet, the two major beaches of Stockholm, are open and one must respect social distancing measures.

  • ATTRACTIONS

    Many shops and boutiques have remained open with reinforcement of health and hygiene measures. Parks remains open.

     

    A few museums are open and out of the 4 biggest city museums 3 are closed and 1 opened : ABBA Museum (closed until further notice), Stadtsmuseet (closed until further notice), Nordiskamuseet (closed until 1st of June 2020) - Skansen Museum open air museum (remains open following public-health guidelines). Please check official museum information, as situation can change fast.

  • SPECIAL MEASURES

    There are currently no legally enforced restrictions on travel between Sweden's regions, but the current guidelines warn against non-essential travel within the country, and this is especially important for travel to and from different regions, above all if you're travelling to a rural, more sparsely populated region.
    Sweden has ban all gathering with more than 50 participants.


    From March 25 only table serving is allowed in cafés, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.

LISBON

LISBON

 

Lisbon’s heart lies beside the river, even if the city has grown in all directions. Sit down at a pavement cafe on Rossio Square and you will see the Baiza, the flat city center that dates from the 18th century, between yourself and the river bank. Look up in one direction and you will see the São Jorge on the top of a hill. Look in the other direction and you will see the ruin of the Carmo Church on another hill. 

 

  • RESTAURANTS & BARS

    In Lisbon, you can find both modern, sophisticated restaurants and simple, traditional ones. In general, you will find the strongest Portuguese ambience in the simple, traditional places which are most situated along the river.

     

    Starting from 18th May, indoor service in restaurants, bars and cafés are again opened at reduced capacity.

  • HOTELS

    Lisbon is a city where you feel safe wandering around day or night and where you’ll find hotels and accomodation to suit every taste, budget and requirement. 

     

    Hotel with the "Clean & Safe" stamp of Turismo de Portugal are opened with some safety and precautions measurement.

  • WEATHER AND BEACHES

    The sun shines 290 days a year in Lisbon and the temperature rarely drops below 15°C. 

     

    From 4th of May, the beaches remain closed but access to the sea is allowed for swimming or surfing. Recreational fishing is now permitted.

  • ATTRACTIONS

    Despite the region having plenty to offer that goes beyond what you will find just in the city, the city itself creates unforgettable moments in unexpected places.
     

    Starting from 18th of May, museums, monuments, palaces, art galleries and other cultural spaces are opened.

  • SPECIAL MEASURES

    Portugal has set up a new Clean & Safe policy for all the touristic industry. It's an initiative developed by Turismo de Portugal to provide guidance for restaurants, accommodation, tourism companies regarding hygiene, cleaning and the main protection measures to use for the future. More information on the situation on the website of the Portuguese government 

     

    At Portuguese international airports (Lisbon, Porto, Faro, Ponta Delgada and Funchal), measures have been implemented to ensure the safety of all, employees and passengers. A system for measuring body temperature has been introduced on arrival at the airports. More information on the ANA website. 

Porto

PORTO

 

Once considered the edge of the known world in the Middle Ages, the industrious town of Porto clung to the side of Portugal, looking out across the endless Atlantic Ocean, before adventurers risked it all to head toward the new world. All parks of Porto are open and also some shops.

  • RESTAURANTS & BARS

    In central Porto, the liveliest place to head for is Ribeira, the vibrant historic heart of the city, which is also a popular students' haunt. For a flavour of traditional Portugal, go to a Fado bar where you can hear a form of Portuguese blues with melancholic artists singing of lost loves and regrets.

     

    From the 18th of May, restaurants, cafés, pastries and outdoor terraces are opened at reduced capacity until 11pm.

  • HOTELS

    Hotel units with the "Clean & Safe" stamp of Turismo de Portugal begin to open with some safety and precautions measurement.

  • WEATHER AND BEACHES

    Average temperature 17,5 degrees in May/June. Summer rolls into Porto with grace and splendid temperatures, plenty of sunshine and only an occasional shower to keep the atmosphere fresh and humidified.

     

    From 4 May, the beaches remain closed but access to the sea is allowed for swimming or surfing. Recreational fishing is now permitted.

  • ATTRACTIONS

    In Porto there is so much to see and do, and its beautiful surroundings are particularly spectacular. Make sure to visit the port wine caves, different markets and many museums.

     

    Starting from 18 May, museums, monuments, palaces, art galleries and other cultural spaces are opened.


    From the 1 June the cinemas, theatres, auditoriums and theatres will re-open.

  • SPECIAL MEASURES

    Portugal has set up a new Clean & Safe policy for all the touristic industry. It's an initiative developed by Turismo de Portugal to provide guidance for restaurants, accommodation, tourism companies regarding hygiene, cleaning and the main protection measures to use for the future. More information on the situation on the website of the Portuguese government 

     

    At Portuguese international airports (Lisbon, Porto, Faro, Ponta Delgada and Funchal), measures have been implemented to ensure the safety of all, employees and passengers. A system for measuring body temperature has been introduced on arrival at the airports. More information on the ANA website. 

Munich

MUNICH

 

In Munich there is so much more than just the Oktoberfest or Lederhosen. The beautiful Bavarian capital has much more to offer. A mixture of exclusive shopping, art, culture, indulgence and tradition makes this city unmistakable

 

Moreover, from Munich Airport you can easily reach the Alps and enjoy the wide variety of sports, like hiking, paragliding, cycling and mountain biking. Munich is surrounded by beautiful lakes and forests. The "Englische Garten" (“English Garden”) is one of the largest urban parks in the World, and it is located directly in the center of Munich.

  • RESTAURANTS & BARS

    Perhaps most people associate Munich with beer and there certainly are a lot of breweries and beer halls in the city. But don’t miss Munich’s classic high-calorie everyday cooking! Haxe is knuckle of pork and it tastes good together with sauerkraut and “Knoedel“ (dumplings). We also recommend apple strudel and custard or a Dampfnudel (a kind of cream bun with chocolate or vanilla custard) for dessert.

     

    Bars & restaurants should re-open from 25/05, but on 18/05 outside bars (Biergärten) & some restaurants have re-opened respecting specific social distancing & hygiene measures.

     

  • HOTELS

    Hotels should re-open on the weekend of 29th of May.  We have carefully selected Metropolis hotels for you which you can find on the following LINK.

  • WEATHER AND BEACHES

    Daytime temperatures remain above 19 degrees in May/June in average. You get a lot of sunshine during this time, with partly cloudy skies from time to time. Mostly, rainfalls are limited to short showers & drizzles.

  • ATTRACTIONS

    Munich has an international reputation as a metropolis of both, art and culture. Its music scene ranges from classical to jazz and pop and the many museums display impressive collections.

     

    Most of the museums have re-opened their doors from 12/05 with specific security measures. Shops are open. Citybikes can be rented and train/buses to the countryside of Munich are available. Operas, theaters & clubs will stay closed until further notice. 

  • SPECIAL MEASURES

    Germany has taken numerous measures to prevent the spread of the virus such as Social Distancing or mandatory masks in some places. Find all the information on travel in Germany on the German government website.

    Please find all the hygiene measures taken by the city of Munich on the website of the Munich Airport. 

Hamburg

HAMBURG

 

People find proximity to water in Hamburg like nowhere else. The city on the water is incomparable and has a unique character. Its maritime flair, fresh air, and Hanseatic cosmopolitanism make Hamburg the finest city in the world for many people. Hamburg is said to be a bike-friendly city.

  • RESTAURANTS & BARS

    Fish, wholesome stews, ethnic food and traditional German home cooking such as ”Birnen, Bohnen und Speck”- pears, beans and bacon – are dishes which are not to be missed from Hamburg. 

     

    It is permitted to resume operations of eating places and hotel restaurants, provided that the seats and standing places for the guests are arranged in a way that allows to keep a distance of at least 1,5 meters between the guests or that appropriate partition walls separate the guests.

  • HOTELS

    Hotels are open in Hamburg. We have carefully selected Metropolis hotels for you which you can find on the following LINK.

  • WEATHER AND BEACHES

    The average maximum temperature lies around 17.0°C. If you enjoy looking at a blue sky and like sunbathing than this month is a great period to visit Hamburg. It has 217 hours of sun.

  • ATTRACTIONS

    Some attractions are open (museums, zoos, libraries, parcs, some restaurants), Hamburg is said to be a bike-friendly city.

  • SPECIAL MEASURES

    Germany has taken numerous measures to prevent the spread of the virus such as Social Distancing or mandatory masks in some places. Find all the information on travel in Germany on the German government website.

    Please find all the hygiene measures taken by the city of Hambourg on the website of Hambourg Airport. 


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