Mercury Jets Featured in Private Air Luxury Homes
Private Air Luxury Homes Magazine reaches out to a captive audience of the world’s wealthiest individuals, providing them with information and editorials on the desirable luxury items they covet. The magazine is distributed six times a year to private jet owners and guests, both private and corporate, and provided through all major United States FBO’s. Readers encompass professional athletes, A-list celebrities, Fortune 500 executives, politicians, and entrepreneurs, all with annual household incomes averaging $5.8 million. This select group invests more than $144 billion in real estate annually, and an incomparable amount in luxury art and goods.
Our client – Monarch Air Group / Mercury Jets – was featured in an 8 page spread in the Departures section with a story on “Art Lover’s Guide to a Weekend Getaway in St. Petersburg.”
Art Lover’s Guide to a Weekend in St. Petersburg
There are many great trips one can take in a lifetime, one of them including taking the time to dedicate your itinerary to visiting beautiful masterpieces in the world. Of course, no one would tell an art collector or enthusiast to skip the Louvre or the State Hermitage museum, but in addition to these outstanding places, there are other smaller but just as captivating museums to discover as well.
A visit to St. Petersburg, Russia feels like you’re stepping into a world of endless art and culture. With the city’s vast collections of art and immaculate architecture, St. Petersburg is as opulent and historic as it gets.
With the State Hermitage Museum of art and culture being the oldest and second largest museum in the world, it’s a beautiful masterpiece in and of itself. Founded in 1764 when Empress Catherine the Great acquired a collection of paintings, the museum has been open to the public since 1852 and houses the world’s largest collection of paintings, including those of Russian art and entire rooms dedicated to the big names of Western European art as well.
Among other beautiful museums to visit is the Faberge Museum. Known to have designed the group of nine Imperial Easter eggs for the last two Russian tsars, Peter Carlos Faberge is one of the most famous Russian jewelers in history and his work is a highlight of the museum to this day.
Sometimes referred to as the “Russian Versailles,” the Peterhof Palace is a number of palaces and gardens that have been formed to the orders of Peter the Great and is the last museum you should visit on your way to Paris. Located near the city, the palaces and gardens display perfectly manicured lawns, sculptures and fountains.
Keeping with the theme of your art vacation, there no place to stay like that of Demetra Art Hotel with its numerous partnerships with museums and works of art exhibited inside the hotel, or the Belmond Grand Hotel for its historical and grand architecture and fine dining that you could only expect to find in Russia.
With the flexibility that private jet chartering offers to your schedule and itinerary, booking a flight with Mercury Jets ensures you start your trip in complete luxury before you even arrive to your destination. Without the hassle of busy commercial airports and the stress that accompanies with lost luggage or weight restrictions, you can ensure that your flight is as smooth and stress-free as possible.
Mercury Jets, 610 SW 34th St., Suite 307, Fort Lauderdale International Airport, 954-359-0059, 877-281-3051, mercuryjets.com.