A Week In...London and Paris
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Destination for this trip:
France; London, United Kingdom; Paris, France; United Kingdom
Length of trip:
Approximate price of this trip per person:
from $ 3000 to $ 4000
Best travel dates to go:
April, May, June, July, August, September, October
Detailed Description of this trip:
This Paris and London tour is the classic European travel experience, with high-speed train service linking the two capitals. History highlight these centers of culture and power, from jeweled crowns to an infamous guillotine, from mummies to garden mazes, from gold-encrusted rooms to ancient alleyways. Enjoy private boat cruises on the Thames and Seine Rivers, the view from the world's highest observation wheel, and a theatre performance of Wicked in London's West End. In London, tour the Windsor Castle, the Tower of London, and the British Museum. In Paris, tour Chateau de Versailles, Montmartre, and the Louvre.
This Trip is Recommended for:
Day 1 - London
Arrive London / Private Dinner Cruise.
Tour departs: 11:00 AM from London’s Heathrow Airport. Your accommodations for the next four nights are at the luxury five-star Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, close to Hyde Park and Oxford Street in the West End.
A brief sightseeing tour introduces famous sights such as Trafalgar Square, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
River or Barge Cruise
Join us this evening for a welcome reception and dinner cruise aboard a private boat on the River Thames. Meals LD
Day 2 - London
Windsor Castle / Westminster Abbey.
Journey to Windsor Castle, home to British royalty for more than 900 years. See St. George’s Chapel, Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, and, schedule permitting, the State Apartments. On your return to London, a guided tour of Westminster Abbey reveals a treasure trove of great art. Meals B
Day 3 - London
Tower Of London / Tea / Theatre.
See the Crown Jewels on a visit to the Tower of London and ride British Airways’ London Eye, the world’s highest observation wheel, for panoramic views of the city. Experience two beloved English traditions today, enjoying afternoon tea.
Attend a performance of Wicked at a West End theatre. Meals BL
Day 4 - London
Guided Visit To The British Museum.
Join us for a guided visit to Britain’s largest museum, the British Museum, renowned for collections of antiquities, art and artifacts from prehistoric times to modern day.
Spend the afternoon and evening as you wish. Meals B
Day 5 - Paris
Eurostar, First Class Train To Paris.
Travel first class aboard the sleek Eurostar under the English Channel – and arrive in the city of Paris in just a few hours.
View Paris’ landmark attractions on a city sightseeing excursion.
Enjoy dinner at a Parisian restaurant that boasts great views. Meals BLD
Day 6 - Paris
Explore Versailles And Montmartre.
Journey to 17th-century Château de Versailles and visit the State Apartments. Lunch at a Parisian restaurant is hosted by the granddaughter of Gaston Leroux, author of The Phantom of the Opera. A walking tour of Montmartre is followed by free time. Meals BL
Day 7 - Paris
Musée Du Louvre / Paris.
View some of the world’s greatest works of art on a guided tour of Musée du Louvre, including the Mona Lisa.
River or Barge Cruise
Join us this evening for a farewell dinner cruise along the River Seine aboard a private boat. Meals BD
Day 8 - Paris
Tour ends: 9:30 AM at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. Persons who are departing at other times should secure their own transportation to the airport. Meals B
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