Juventus and Portugal football star Cristiano Ronaldo made the most of his team winning Italy’s Serie A and celebrated Easter together with his partner Georgina in Croatia.
During a three-day holiday in Dubrovnik, Ronaldo’s luxury lifestyle was highly apparent in his choice of a luxury villa, the use of a private aircraft for his travels and while dining at the most luxurious, top quality restaurants.
A calculation by the Spanish media concluded he had probably spent around €20,000 on his 72-hour holiday. Ronaldo is still popular among a number of Spanish fans because of his days playing for Real Madrid.
According to the site ‘El Espanol’, Ronaldo spent €7,000 nightly while renting Villa Sherezade, a luxury three floor palace on 4,200 square metres of land which overlooks the sea and has its own private bay and bridge-jetty.
Among other restaurants he dined at Restaurant 360 which has a Michelin star rating where the menu begins at €120 per diner. To fly to Croatia, Ronaldo hired an aircraft estimated to have cost €1,900 per hour of use. This, besides the hire of a luxury vehicle for him to get out and about in Dubrovnik.