Book an Exciting London Trip with Europe Holiday Package

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This Europe Holiday Packages has the exploration of the beautiful city London which is England’s magnificent capital, You will also Visit Stonehenge, perhaps England’s most mysterious landmark and all the Royal Places will make your this London Trip Memorable and exciting you can also book this Europe trip from india.

Begin your explorations of London Trip. Situated in a quiet location, Kensington Close Hotel is located just two minutes away from the shopping area of High Street Kensington. Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall, Harrods, and Knightsbridge are a short taxi ride away.

A panoramic bus tour takes you throughout the city, highlighting famous landmarks such as Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park, Downing Street, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. This afternoon, consider an optional excursion to Windsor Castle, the world’s oldest inhabited castle. Here you can see the royal collection of state treasures and walk through St. George’s Chapel (closed on Sundays). (B) London sightseeing: $99. A local guide leads comprehensive sightseeing of London. Highlights of the panoramic tour include views of Westminster Abbey (setting for royal coronations, weddings and funerals), the Big Ben clock tower, the Houses of Parliament, 10 Downing Street, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, and a stop outside St. James’s Palace, where you might glimpse the ceremonial Changing of the Guard (seasonal). You’ll also visit Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece. Windsor Castle: $85. Founded by William the Conqueror in 1070, Windsor has been the preferred royal retreat for the last 900 years and is still in use by the Royal Family. Step inside the State Apartments and St. George’s Chapel (closed Sundays), where the Knights of the Garter ceremony takes place. This Europe tour packages from india includes the View the exhibit of royal treasures on display within the castle. You’ll then have time to stroll through the town of Windsor and have a look at Eton College, a prestigious prep school that both Princes William and Harry have attended. Please note: Windsor Castle is occasionally closed when in use by the Royal Family; a visit to Hampton Court will be substituted when necessary.

London Linger in the city today or take our optional journey to the British countryside. Visit Stonehenge, perhaps England’s most mysterious landmark. The origin and purpose of this ring of stones, which dates back 4,000 years, remains a mystery, though most believe it to have been a temple and observatory. The next stop is Bath, famous for its Georgian and Regency architecture. (B) Excursion to Stonehenge, $115. Next stop is Bath, famous for its Georgian and Regency architecture. After your tour director shows you the town’s major sights, visit the public baths for which the town is named. Here, vacationing Romans came 2,000 years ago to enjoy the hot springs, and today these baths remain the finest Roman ruins in Britain.

London Spend a final free day in London. Or discover England’s medieval past on a full-day optional excursion to Canterbury to see its glorious Gothic cathedral and the thousand-year-old Leeds Castle. Tonight, you might also opt to get a bird’s-eye view of London atop its newest and one of its most stunning attractions, the London Eye. Leave London for a day to tour the charming cities of Canterbury. Follow the old Pilgrims Way to the ancient walled city of Canterbury, a place of pilgrimage for many centuries. Visit the magnificent cathedral, the scene of the bloody murder of Thomas Beckett in 1170 and the home of English Christianity. There's also time to explore the labyrinth of medieval streets, quaint shops and historic taverns. Then travel through Kent, "the Garden of England," to Leeds Castle, beautifully positioned on two small islands in the middle of a lake. Over 1000 years old, this spectacular castle has been a royal residence for six of England's medieval queens and a palace for Henry VIII. London Eye & Dinner, $115. Experience one of Britain’s newest attractions, the London Eye Ferris wheel! The world’s highest observation wheel, the London Eye lifts its passengers 450 feet above the River Thames for a 30-minute ride in an enclosed gondola. In clear weather, you can see for 25 miles around the city center! After your ride, continue on to a nearby restaurant for an included dinner.

As this London Trip Also includes the Paris City Tour next day you will be Transferred to St. Pancras Station, where you’ll board the high-speed Eurostar train to travel under the English Channel to Paris. Upon arrival, a Go Ahead representative escorts you to your hotel.Start your day with a delicious breakfast served at the charming breakfast room. After a day of sightseeing you can unwind at the hotel's cozy bar. During your free time, you might choose to enjoy the hotel's jacuzzi, sauna or massage services.

Paris Revel in two full free days to explore one of Europe Holiday Pacakge ‘s most romantic and elegant cities. Stroll along the Left Bank or through the Luxembourg Gardens. View the collections of the Louvre or the smaller Picasso Museum. Or you might join a professional local guide for an optional sightseeing tour of the City of Light, featuring views of the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées, the Opera House, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral. In the afternoon, consider taking an optional excursion to Versailles, the estate that Louis XIV designed to be the envy of royalty the world over flowerbeds.

Paris City Tour will give you another free day by absorbing haute couture along the chic Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré. Or watch the artists sketching the passing scene in the hilltop Montmartre neighborhood. Alternatively, join today’s optional excursion into the same French countryside that inspired Claude Monet to develop his Impressionist style. At Giverny, you’ll visit the studio and gardens of this celebrated artist (seasonal). Tonight, opt for our Evening in Paris with dinner at a local restaurant followed by a cruise along the Seine. The Norman town of Giverny was home to Claude Monet from 1883 until his death in 1926. The grounds, including his pink and green house, are now open to the public as a museum. View the workspace in which he fostered his great artistic inspiration; then absorb the intricate palette of colors that the "Father of Impressionism" so magically depicted in paintings such as the Water Lilies series as you stroll through the surrounding gardens. Please note: This excursion is seasonal and only runs April through October. Giverny is closed Mondays. Evening in Paris. Take in all the nighttime allure of the City of Light on a special evening excursion. The event begins with dinner at a favorite local restaurant. After you dine, board a boat cruise along the Seine, an unforgettable experience. As you coast along the water and under the many famous bridges of the Seine, behold the gloriously illuminated monuments of Paris — including Notre-Dame and the Eiffel Tower.Your Europe Holiday Packages Ends.

Itinerary

  • Day 1 & 2

    Arrive & Touch down in London for your Europe Holiday Package, England’s magnificent capital. After clearing customs and collecting your bags,. They will be providing your transfer to your hotel. You’ll have the rest of the day to unpack, settle in and begin your explorations of London. Accommodations: Kensington Close Hotel, 3 stars. Situated in a quiet location, Kensington Close Hotel is located just two minutes away from the shopping area of High Street Kensington. Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall, Harrods, and Knightsbridge are a short taxi ride away. The hotel provides its' guests with modern, bright, well-appointed bedrooms decorated in fresh attractive colors. The hotel has 3 excellent restaurants serving traditional English fare. The hotel's Health Spa is a superb luxury health and fitness club available to guests which includes an 18 meter heated swimming pool, beauty treatments, and gym.

  • Day 3

    London Trip Begins Over the next three days, you may choose to discover London on your own, or join one or more of our optional sightseeing excursions and planned activities—the choice is yours. Your tour director will be happy to provide suggestions or any information that you might need. You’ll find the city easy to navigate, on foot or by subway. To better orient yourself, you may join this morning’s optional guided sightseeing tour. A panoramic bus tour takes you throughout the city, highlighting famous landmarks such as Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park, Downing Street, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. This afternoon, consider an optional excursion to Windsor Castle,the world’s oldest inhabited castle. Here you can see the royal collection of state treasures and walk through St. George’s Chapel (closed on Sundays). (B) London sightseeing: . A local guide leads comprehensive sightseeing of London. Highlights of the panoramic tour include views of Westminster Abbey (setting for royal coronations, weddings and funerals), the Big Ben clock tower, the Houses of Parliament, 10 Downing Street, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, and a stop outside St. James’s Palace, where you might glimpse the ceremonial Changing of the Guard (seasonal). You’ll also visit Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece. Windsor Castle. Step inside the State Apartments and St. George’s Chapel (closed Sundays), where the Knights of the Garter ceremony takes place. View the exhibit of royal treasures on display within the castle. You’ll then have time to stroll through the town of Windsor and have a look at Eton College, a prestigious prep school that both Princes William and Harry have attended. Please note: Windsor Castle is occasionally closed when in use by the Royal Family; a visit to Hampton Court will be substituted when necessary.

  • Day 4

    London Trip will Linger you in the city today or take our optional journey to the British countryside. Visit Stonehenge, perhaps England’s most mysterious landmark. The origin and purpose of this ring of stones, which dates back 4,000 years, remains a mystery, though most believe it to have been a temple and observatory. The next stop is Bath, famous for its Georgian and Regency architecture. Excursion to Stonehenge, Visit Stonehenge, perhaps England’s most mysterious landmark. The origin and purpose of this ring of stones, which dates from the Neolithic period (about 4,000 years ago), is unknown, though most believe it to have been a temple and observatory. Next stop is Bath, famous for its Georgian and Regency architecture. After your tour director shows you the town’s major sights, visit the public baths for which the town is named.

  • Day 5

    Spend a final free day in London. Or discover England’s medieval past on a full-day optional excursion to Canterbury to see its glorious Gothic cathedral and the thousand-year-old Leeds Castle. Tonight, you might also opt to get a bird’s-eye view of London atop its newest and one of its most stunning attractions, the London Eye. This excursion includes dinner. Excursions. Canterbury & Leeds. Leave London for a day to tour the charming cities of Canterbury. Follow the old Pilgrims Way to the ancient walled city of Canterbury, a place of pilgrimage for many centuries. Visit the magnificent cathedral, the scene of the bloody murder of Thomas Becket in 1170 and the home of English Christianity. There's also time to explore the labyrinth of medieval streets, quaint shops and historic taverns. Then travel through Kent, "the Garden of England," to Leeds Castle, beautifully positioned on two small islands in the middle of a lake. London Eye & Dinner. Experience one of Britain’s newest attractions, the London Eye Ferris wheel! The world’s highest observation wheel, the London Eye lifts its passengers 450 feet above the River Thames for a 30-minute ride in an enclosed gondola. In clear weather, you can see for 25 miles around the city center! After your ride, continue on to a nearby restaurant for an included dinner.

  • Day 6

    Paris Tour Package starts in Paris Where you will be Transfer to St. Pancras Station, where you’ll board the high-speed Eurostar train to travel under the English Channel to Paris. Upon arrival, a Go Ahead representative escorts you to your hotel. (B) Accommodations: Mercure Paris Terminus Nord, 4 stars. Situated near Gare du Nord, Mercure Paris Terminus Nord is just a few steps away from Avenue Lafayette. The hotel offers 236 comfortable guest rooms furnished in a traditional Parisian style offering an array of modern amenities. Start your day with a delicious breakfast served at the charming breakfast room. After a day of sightseeing you can unwind at the hotel's cozy bar. During your free time, you might choose to enjoy the hotel's jacuzzi, sauna or massage services.

  • Day 7

    Paris Revel in two full free days to explore one of Europe's most romantic and elegant cities. Stroll along the Left Bank or through the Luxembourg Gardens. View the collections of the Louvre or the smaller Picasso Museum. Or you might join a professional local guide for an optional sightseeing tour of the City of Light, featuring views of the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées, the Opera House, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral. In the afternoon, consider taking an optional excursion to Versailles, the estate that Louis XIV designed to be the envy of royalty the world over.  Excursions. Guided Tour of Paris,. An expert local guide introduces you to the historical and cultural landmarks of the City of Light. Drive down the sycamore-lined Champs-Élysées, one of the world’s most celebrated avenues. You’ll pass the Eiffel Tower, built for the 1889 World’s Fair, as well as the legendary Notre Dame Cathedral. Absorb the haute couture of the Opera district. Please note: This excursion requires advance booking and payment at least 20 days prior to departure. Versailles. Louis XIV, known as the “Sun King,” set new standards among European royalty for the decadence of his reign. It took 50 years and 35,000 workers to turn Versailles, once a small hunting lodge, into the most magnificent château in all of France—designed by Europe’s most talented 17th-century architects and landscape designers to be the envy of royalty worldwide. On this half-day excursion, you will see the palace in all its glory. Tour the State Apartments and the glittering Hall of Mirrors. Then stroll through the lavish gardens with their fine statuary, splendid fountains and colorful flower beds.

  • Day 8

    Paris Wile away another free day in Paris by absorbing haute couture along the chic Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré. Or watch the artists sketching the passing scene in the hilltop Montmartre neighborhood. Alternatively, join today’s optional excursion into the same French countryside that inspired Claude Monet to develop his Impressionist style. At Giverny, you’ll visit the studio and gardens of this celebrated artist (seasonal). Tonight, opt for our Evening in Paris with dinner at a local restaurant followed by a cruise along the Seine Excursions: Giverny. The Norman town of Giverny was home to Claude Monet from 1883 until his death in 1926. The grounds, including his pink and green house, are now open to the public as a museum. View the workspace in which he fostered his great artistic inspiration; then absorb the intricate palette of colors that the "Father of Impressionism" so magically depicted in paintings such as the Water Lilies series as you stroll through the surrounding gardens. Please note: This excursion is seasonal and only runs April through October. Giverny is closed Mondays. Evening in Paris. Take in all the nighttime allure of the City of Light on a special evening excursion. The event begins with dinner at a favorite local restaurant. After you dine, board a boat cruise along the Seine, an unforgettable experience. As you coast along the water and under the many famous bridges of the Seine, behold the gloriously illuminated monuments of Paris — including Notre-Dame and the Eiffel Tower.: Paris A Go Ahead representative accompanies you to the airport for your flight home. Europe Tour Package Ends.

What's included

  • Accommodations as per itinerary
  • Breakfast
  • Airport Transfers
  • English speaking guides
  • Toll tax

What's excluded

  • Airfares
  • Airport taxes
  • Personal Expenditure
  • Driver allowance
  • Anything not Mentioned in the Inclusions
  • Visa Fee
  • Porter Fee

Highlights

  • Trafalgar Square
  • Hyde Park
  • Big Ben
  • the London Eye
  • Luxembourg Gardens
  • Eiffel Tower

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