Dream Now, Travel Later: Round the World, Tokyo, London & Seattle
Planning your post COVID-19 travels is the best way to past the time while staying safely indoors, and we have created itineraries to help you get started. Travel to Tokyo, London and Seattle in one trip, but make sure to plan carefully as these cities are jam-packed!
Start off your around the world trip in Tokyo, a city that is yours to discover, with so much to see and do you plan carefully to make sure you see everything, but be prepared to get lost in the best way. Some must do’s include the Yayoi Kusama Museum in Shinjuku, sampling delicious Yakitori and the amazing temples and museums, or visit in April to see the whole city in bloom during the Cherry Blossom season.
How You’ll Get There – Australia to Tokyo
All Nippon Airways (ANA) fly from Australia to Tokyo with a business class arranged in a 1-2-1 layout, giving all passengers direct aisle access and their own space to sleep, eat, work or relax. ANA brings fine dining to the sky with chef-prepared Japanese and international meals available throughout the flight. The business class seats also feature an 18-inch personal touch screen, fully flat bed, universal power point, USB port and ample storage space.
London calling for the next stop on your around the world trip where there is a new restaurant or exhibition opening every week. On top of this, there is always so much to do in London, shopping in classic department stores, incredible museums, royal-watching, the list goes on! If you are still looking for inspiration check out our favourite London Instagrams here.
How You’ll Get There – Tokyo to London
Travel from Tokyo to London with SWISS in their comfortable business class cabin, which features high end design and award winning service. Read our review of SWISS Business Class here. Between the two cities there is a short transit in Zurich where you can rest and relax in one of the flagship SWISS business class lounges, find out more about the SWISS Lounges here.
After making your own way from London to Lisbon it is time to try the iconic pastries and take in the old city. There is no shortage of history here and truly feels like you have been transported to another time, beautifully tiled buildings line the cobbled stoned streets. Be sure to catch the iconic Tram 28, a vintage streetcar whizzing through the city giving you a chance to see up close all of the beautiful architecture.
Finish your trip in one of the most underrated cities in America, Seattle. One of the best cities for sampling some of the freshest seafood including crab, wild salmon and oysters all locally sourced. There is also no shortage of activities to do in the city including hiking, fishing, kayaking, the Museum of Pop culture and of course the space needle, you will have trouble fitting everything in!
How You’ll Get There – Lisbon to Seattle
Fly from Lisbon to Munich with TAP Air and spend the short transit in one of Lufthansa’s many business class lounges inside the Munich Airport, read more about Lufthansa business class lounges here. Travel to the United States with Lufthansa in their 2-2-2 business class cabin, featuring fully flat beds, fine dining and over 500 entertainment options including movies, TV shows, music and sports. Read our review of the Lufthansa Business Class service here.
How You’ll Get There – Seattle to Australia
Travel to San Francisco from Seattle with United Airlines in their comfortable domestic business class and relax in a lounge while in transit, before travelling back to Australia direct with Qantas. You will fly onboard one of the airlines Dreamliners, read our review of Qantas Business Class here.