Talk to the Euroskeptics and they'll tell you one thing: the E.U.'s days are numbered.
Years from now we'll be able to pinpoint the beginning of the end: Even money's on the Brexit decision, but we'd vote for the day Angela Merkel opened Germany's doors — and those of every other Schengen nation — to millions of migrants and refugees.
Until then: make hay while the sun shines. And what better way to do that than with a private-jet tour of the birthplaces of Western civilization?!
Oetker Collection’s European Odyssey 12-day tour makes the Grand Tour in style, touching down first in England (with stops at the Rothschild Estate Oxford and Alnwick Castle), then Antwerp, Berlin, the Côte d'Azur and Paris. Highlights include three nights in the German spa town of Baden-Baden, three nights at the celebrity-favorite Bristol in Paris, and a tour of the Grand Cru vineyards in France's Burgundy region.
Consider it your last chance to bask in the glow of human achievement before we continue along 2016's slow descent into a Hobbesian dystopia.
And all for the price of $61,000.