Go all out this spring break with a trip to Dubai or Milan
STA have partnered with Airlines to offer extra discounts on spring break flights to two top destinations: Dubai and Milan. Fly in luxury and style to the spring break experience of a lifetime, without breaking the bank.
Reasons to Visit Dubai
Completely unique and impressively modern, Dubai mixes Western comforts with exotic Eastern charm and leaves visitors in awe. Want to feel like you’re on top of the world? Take a journey up to the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. With glass-walled 360-degree views of the city, desert and ocean surrounding you, this is a truly a once-in-a-lifetime landscape to take in. Just a few steps away from the entrance of the Burj Khalifa is the Dubai Mall. Within the mall you’ll find the Dubai Aquarium (one of the largest in the world), Dubai Ice Rink (complete with an in-house DJ) and the SEGA Republic, featuring 14 thrilling attractions and more than 170 games. Lastly, if you want to get your shop you can explore any of the 1,200 retail shops, including Zara and TopShop. Right outside the Dubai Mall is the perfect location for a travelgram: the Dubai Fountain. This is the world’s largest choreographed fountain system; with each colorful, illuminated jet swaying in perfect timing to music.
Dubai is full of active sports from sky diving with epic aerial views to dune-boarding. Sky diving too extreme for you? Try the iFly Dubai, the world’s first double vertical wind tunnel that allows you to fly even higher. Soar up to 30 meter acrylic glass tunnels and feel the sensation of skydiving without the safety risk. There are also SUV and ATV dune driving available right outside the city for you motorheads.
RETURN FLIGHT TO DUBAI FROM NGN110, 320
Reasons to Visit Milan
There’s so much to experience in this romantic Italian metropolis. Walk through the Piazza Duomo and marvel at the Duomo Cathedral, the third biggest church in Europe. Just steps away from the Duomo, you can take a trip back in time with a visit to the Camparino in Galleria, a historic bar that was opened in 1867. View the world-renowned mural painting, The Last Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Milan’s streets are lined with quaint cafes and amazing restaurants. We recommend anything on the menu, as all the Italian classic dishes here are delissimo.
Are you a fashion-lover? The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, built in 1877, is one of the oldest shopping plazas in the world. The architecture is absolutely gorgeous with old world elegance, two glass-vaulted ceilings, and exquisite wall murals. The Quadrilatero della Moda, one of Vogue’s favorite shopping districts, is the center for high-end designer shops. These elegant streets are lined with world-renowned designer storefronts and crowds of well-dressed fashion lovers from around the world (usually rocking designer stilettos). You might even run into some celebrities getting their designer fix. More into bohemian threads? Then visit the Brera district for independent shops and chic boutiques.Whatever your reason is to spend your spring break in Milan, we can get you there in style and comfort. Our exclusive travel discounts, affordable accommodation and lots of fun activities and tours will ensure you have an experience of a lifetime.