Whether your father loves the great outdoors or prefers a quiet meal made from the freshest ingredients, there are destinations across Europe that will give him a day to remember.
Hike in Switzerland
An afternoon navigating the trails of the Swiss Alps is the perfect way to celebrate the most outdoorsy of fathers. Nowhere else in the world will you find such breathtaking views paired with charming inns that make for a thrilling yet cozy weekend. Spend the morning enjoying a traditional Swiss breakfast of freshly-baked artisan bread with an assortment of jams, honey, butter, and cheeses. Step outside and take in the spectacular scenery as you are greeted by a local guide who knows each twist and turn of the mountain trails. Treat your father to a relaxing, rustic experience for the entirety of Father’s Day weekend, or simply go on a day hike. Whichever you choose, the abundance of greenery and fresh air will make for an incredible experience for dad.
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Drive the Autobahn in Germany
Turn a high-speed fantasy into reality on the Autobahn. Whether dad wants to sit behind the wheel of a Ferrari or Maserati, luxury car rental services will make his dream come true through a wide selection of the most high-end vehicles. The Autobahn stretches for almost thirteen thousand kilometers and has nearly no speed limit, which will truly make for the most exhilarating Father’s Day yet.
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Attend the Cartier Queen's Cup Final in England
If dad is a fan of polo, this will be a treat: bring him to one of the top five polo matches in the world. On June 18, the most well-known names in the sport will play at The Cartier Queen’s Cup Final at Guards Polo Club. For an added element of elegance, reserve tickets for all-day hospitality in the Clubhouse that is customized to fit your wants and needs. From tea to the finest cocktails and a private dining experience like no other, those at Guards Polo Club will treat you like royalty. Speaking of royalty, Her Majesty The Queen will certainly make an appearance at the tournament and present the winning team with the much sought-after trophy.
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Beer Tasting in Prague
An evening spent tasting the finest craft beers is ideal for the ale aficionado. Prague is known for light beers rather than heavy lagers and will make for a refreshing evening full of flavour. Budweiser, Pilsner Urquell, and Staropramen are well-known, must-see breweries, but venture off the familiar path and visit smaller bars for a more local feel. Nota Bene is both a restaurant and a beer point, with a total of thirteen on tap. The cozy seating arranges and brick walls welcome guests and the menu awakens their taste buds. Another favourite is Zly Casy, which has forty-eight beers on tap and a delicious selection of pub food.
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Brunch in Paris
For the father who is passionate about fine cuisine and hearty breakfasts, brunch in Paris would make for a memorable celebration. LUXOS recommends Liberté Ménilmontant for a mouthwatering meal paired with a gorgeous view. A large bay window and several brick ovens make for a warm atmosphere that will feel just like home. The weekend brunch buffet and a wide selection of pastries will satisfy any and all tastes.
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For more ideas on how to Do, Dine, and Spend in Europe and beyond, visit our Destinations page.