This is London. Here are the best museums and theatres in the world. Here are the palaces, the national monuments and the great cathedrals. Here is teeming nightlife, here are the greatest restaurants; uber-cool bars and ancient pubs, streets of luxury and pure street theatre. Hip, happening and on your doorstep.
Each period of England’s past, has made an indelible imprint on the capital city. Yet even while embracing its history, London is a forward-looking, modern city. Witness sensational views from the millennium London Eye, which joins Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London and the Houses of Parliament as world-recognized icons of this rich in history city. Paris is synonymous with all that is French. Known throughout the world as the “City of Light”, Paris is celebrated for its beautiful city plan, its architecture, museums, bridges, cathedrals, parks, shopping, flea markets, sidewalk cafes, wide and luxurious boulevards, elegant cuisine, and numerous monuments.
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The time in this tour is split between Europe's two favorite capitals, London and Paris. Renowned for its pomp and pageantry the Historic London also has reputation of a cultural trendsetter. As you’ll soon see, Paris constantly delights the senses with its cuisine, precious art and its sheer elegance. The tour tries to cover the maximum of the destinations that Europe offers.
Here are some of the features of London and paris combo tour:
London is the city of amazement, whether you are a regular visitor of the city or a first timer, the city will never cease to amaze you. Some of the tourist attractions of this amazing city are:
London is all about royalty and any person visiting London for the first time should visit the Buckingham Palace. This has been the official royal residence of the Queen since the reign of Queen Victoria.
The London Eye
Located on the South Bank of the Thames River the Ferris wheel is known as the London Eye. This 450-foot wheel provides a bird-eye view of the entire city. The wheel gives you plenty of time to locate and take photos of the famous landmarks as it makes a whole round in half an hour.
Presenting the amazing collection of displays from all over the world is the British Museum of London with some of its highlights as the Rosetta Stones from Egypt, the Parthenon Sculptures from Greece and the Black Obelisk from around 860 B.C. while this being the highlight, mummies, ancient jewelries, tools, furniture, weapons and more make up the other collections.
London RIB Voyages
London RIB Voyages are the experts in cruises in London offering the short sightseeing cruises down the River Thames in a speedboat to the visitors. The popular tours enlist Thames Sightseeing Voyage, the Thames Barrier Voyage, Canary Wharf Voyage and Pirates of the Thames Voyage and many more. With these tours one can get a good glimpse of the city's key highlights.
Food Theater Cafe
Great example of modern British architecture is the Food Theater Cafe of London. Entirely made up of steel it is basically a cafe. The entire design comprises of spiral interlocking planes and aluminum panels. Utilizing the limited space, yet giving it the trendy and modern lookout of a new age cafe was the main purpose behind this design.
Try the Brick Lane market, and the experience will steer you away from the traditional London experience. Brick Lane market is a vast hotchpotch of stalls selling secondhand furniture, leather and clothing in a real hustle and bustle atmosphere. Here, you will find the second-hand stores and leather shops lining the actual market, and hot dog stands competing for trade with the many cheap and cheerful Indian and Bangladeshi restaurants, trendy bars, and famous 24-hour bagel shop.
All thanks to its beautiful old buildings and elegant parks and squares Paris attracts the largest number of tourists from all around the world. The glittering lights and the beautiful landscapes are enthralling. Here are the prominent tourist attractions of the city:
Cathedrale de Notre-Dame
Also known as "Our Lady of Paris" Notre dame is the heart of Paris and is a must see attraction. Housing the chair of the archbishop of Paris, It is a huge Gothic facade. It is a magnificent example of Gothic architecture and is located in the fourth arrondissement of Paris. The cathedral's setting on the banks of the Seine has always been memorable with the interiors of the cathedral being as beautiful as the exteriors.
Eiffel Tower, a French landmark in Paris, is without any doubt one of the most famous structures of the world. The tallest structure of Paris and the fifth tallest structure of France, Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris. Though it is a bit crowded, but the wait is worth it as you reach the top going through every floor and getting the grandest view of the city.
Seine River Cruise
The River Seine is not just a geographical feature of Paris but it is also the heart and soul of the city, it has been an important commercial waterway within the Paris Basin in the north of France. The cruise on the Seine, will display most of the popular attractions of Paris on the way, including the major attractions of the city such as the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, the Orsay Museum, Palais de Chaillot and the Eiffel Tower.
Marche des Enfants Rouges
This is a very popular dining street established in the early 1600s, and here you will find patisseries, fromageries, cafes, bistros and many bars. all cuisines including Italian, Japanese, French, Afro-Caribbean, Middle Eastern and more are catered here.
Saint-Ouen Flea Market
The most famous of the 3 main flea-markets of Paris is the St-Ouen flrs market. This vibrant market will surely take your heart away as it is the ultimate place for buying antiques, secondhand goods and retro fashion products.