Tour the World and Taste Its Burgers for $25K
PHOTO: World Burger Tour menu (photo courtesy of Hard Rock International).
There's no doubt that summer is burger season. And in celebration of its arrival, Hard Rock International is rolling out a one-of-a-kind burger-related travel package for those with a true passion for certified angus beef.
Now through June 30, 2016, Hard Rock Cafe locations across North America will offer an exclusive menu featuring more than half of a dozen burgers inspired by some of the most popular destinations around the globe, including England and Jamaica.
For those burger enthusiasts with deeper pockets, though, Hard Rock is taking the experience to the road and sky with the launch of the World Burger Tour travel package.
Starting at $24,999 for two guests (so about $12,500 per person), the 10-night package features stops in London, Athens, Buenos Aires and Seattle, where guests will be treated to not only burgers, but rare music and sightseeing experiences.
Assuming they aren't vegetarians, guests will also explore Hard Rock's World Burger Tour menu and meet the chefs behind some of the unique burger creations.
As one might expect given the hefty price tag, flights, luxury hotel accommodations and ground transportation are also provided.
Each of the four aforementioned cities guests will touch down in boast a burger on Hard Rock's limited-time World Burger Tour menu. The menu features eight burgers altogether.
"Our World Burger Tour menu was a fan-favorite last summer, so we've remixed the menu and added burgers with authentic, regional flavors from Athens, Mumbai, Buenos Aires and more on this year's tour," said Hard Rock International's Director of Marketing and Sales Alex Merchan in a statement. "For the first time, we're also offering a World Burger Tour trip so guests can pack their bags and see the sights and sounds that have inspired our burgers for the past 44 years."
Hard Rock has also rolled out a menu of customized cocktails that are designed to pair perfectly with the burgers.
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