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Good things come in threes, and that’s definitely true of Marvel’s Spider-Man. Marvel Studio’s third time at releasing films around Peter Parker, the reporter/schoolboy and his spider-like abilities, has seen British actor Tom Holland don the famous red suit. First introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe during phase three in Captain America: Civil War, Tom Holland carried on the role in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. 

July 2019 saw Spider-Man go international instead of intergalactic in Spider-Man: Far From Home. The final film in phase three, the directing team didn’t hold back on the airmiles with the blockbuster being filmed in: Venice, Italy; London, England; New York, USA; The Netherlands and Prague, Czech Republic… and as soon as the end credits rolled we were reaching for our passport, ready to recreate Parker’s summer tour around Europe.

Have you watched the latest superhero film? If you saw through Mysterio’s illusions and want to visit some of the destinations featured our team of expert personal travel managers are on hand to craft the ideal itinerary. Simply enquire today and you’ll be touring through Europe or shopping on 5th Avenue in no time.
 
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  • The first stop on Spider-Man’s science trip doesn’t really sell the floating city as a travel destination… unless you like the thought of a water whirlwind tearing through St. Mark’s Square. Yeah, us neither. But the romantic gondola rides, the winding canals and mouth-watering menu of pizzas, pastas and creamy gelatos simply cannot be missed – especially as a recent science study claims the city will be entirely underwater as early as 2100. 


    There’s a wealth of five-star hotels to choose from too, from canal-side luxury at The Gritti Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel to an ornate 16th-Century palazzo building that oozes history at Aman Venice Hotel – Gran Canal. Alternatively, for something a little more secluded, be sure to book Belmond Hotel Cipriani where Venetian romance and outstanding customer service go hand in hand. 


    To view our Venice holidays, click here.

  • After Nick Fury ‘upgrades’ Peter Parker’s school trip itinerary from Paris to Prague, Spider-Man and his classmates check-in to Carlo IV Prague, a neo-renaissance building that houses 153 elegant rooms and suites, a tranquil spa and a bank-vault-turned-esteemed-drinking-den aptly named ‘The Vault’. 


    The trip coincides with SIGNAL Festival of Lights, an annual celebration of light art and emerging technologies. The four-day festival is a cultural highlight in the Czech Republic’s capital’s yearly calendar and this year runs from 10th – 13th October 2019.


    Spider-Man has another run in with one of the ‘Elementals’ in the middle of Old Town, the city’s main square, where you’ll find landmark attractions including the medieval Astronomical Clock. The square is lined with restaurants and cafes while a short stroll down the adjacent and conjoining cobbled streets is home to a range of bars and clubs making it a great base for a first-time visitor. 


    To discover more on breaks to Prague, contact our team of personal travel managers today on 0203 816 0985.

  • After a brief spell in Berlin, Spider-Man awakes in a friendly village in The Netherlands. The film depicts the postcard-worthy scenes of colourful tulips all in a row and hypnotising windmills slowly churning – could this be the perfect way to spend a lazy weekend in Spring? 


    Rather than dedicating an entire trip, we recommend enjoying a day in the Netherlands’ countryside on a tour from Amsterdam. Including a scenic boat trip, you can visit the famed Zaanse Schans windmills, discover how clogs are made and go behind the scenes at a cheese-making factory where you’ll get to try more than a few tasty treats, too. This day tour is the ideal way to experience a slower pace from Amsterdam’s foodie-centric, provocative and sinful nightlife. 


    To discover more on our Netherlands’ packages, click here.

  • Every superhero film needs the ultimate battle of good versus evil, and Spider-Man: Far From Home chose London – specifically Tower Bridge – as its arena. A true British landmark, the final war between the teenage hero and his new-found rival showcased the Thames in all its glory and quickly expanded its range to encompass Britain’s most famous prison: The Tower of London. A fantastic start for a cultural weekend in the capital, if you’re after an afternoon of history, this landmark takes top billing.


    Just a hop, skip and a jump from here you’ll find The Shard, London’s latest skyline addition where worldwide hotel chain Shangri-La has a five-star hotel. On floor 31, Aqua Shard offers a menu of innovative British cuisine including a Mary Poppins-themed afternoon tea alongside unparalleled views of the capital. Alternatively, a short walk in the opposite direction from Tower Hill will take you to The Ned, a private members club, hotel, spa and trending city hotspot. No London stay would be complete without a cocktail, or many, here so be sure to include this pin when mapping out your next weekend break.

    To discover more on London highlights, things to do and hotel stays, click here.

  • The big Apple! New York City is as magical as it is fashionable. As trendy as it is cliché. This city of contradictions has something for every visitor, and each visit is sure to uncover a new hidden gem.


    Spotted in the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home when the teenage hero swings high above the city on his first date with new girlfriend MJ, the views below are undeniably beautiful… and they’re not out of reach. No, we cannot organise for you to fly from skyscraper to skyscraper attached to a comic book legend, but a private helicopter tour is as close to being an Avenger as we’ll get you.


    Flying high above Manhattan in your private helicopter, you’ll take in the sites of Lady Liberty, the Empire State Building, Central Park, Coney Island and Staten Island. Now how’s that for a first date? 


    To discover more on our New York City packages and things to do, click here.

  • If you love film-inspired travel destinations then we bet you’ll want to read 5 Travel Destinations Inspired By DC’S Aquaman and 4 Ways To Experience Aladdin In Real Life.


    Alternatively, if you're feeling inspired and wish to visit one of these destinations this summer, submit an enquiry to our team of personal travel managers by clicking here or call our office on 0203 816 0985.

Lauren Godfrey

Lauren Godfrey is a Marketing Manager

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