If you’ve been putting off your Europe trip for the fear of breaking the bank, we have some fabulous news for you – you can see the best of Europe! Here’s how to go about planning your week-long itinerary.
One of the most famous cities in the world, Paris deserves to be experienced at least once in everyone’s lifetime. The towering Eiffel Tower is just one of the city’s many staggering sites, the others being Musée d’Orsay, Arc de Triomphe and Montmartre. However, the most magnetic draw in Paris is the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci housed within The Louvre, which boasts of a tremendous collection of artworks. Paris is all about living the good life, so stroll along Canal Saint-Martin or browse the markets in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
What to Do?
Paris City Tour: The best way to check out all the Parisian highlights is by taking a city tour that takes you through stunning architectural marvels from the Eiffel Tower and Alexander Bridge, to Notre Dame Cathedral and Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées. Of course, The Louvre is an essential part of any visit to the city, as is the iconic shopping district of Le Marais. Cost: Approximately Euros 160 inclusive of museum and attraction tickets, and subway transportation
Paris: Europe’s most visited theme park, Paris is the ultimate playground for those young at heart! Spend the day on rides like Big Thunder Mountain and top attractions. There are a host of entertainment and dining options to keep you hooked through the day. Don’t miss the truly magical Main Street Electrical Parade at night. Cost: ApproximatelyEuros 40 inclusive of entrance ticket
Palace of Versailles: The Palace of Versailles is beyond verbal praise. The former official residence Louis XIV, this sprawling structure boasts of ornately grand apartments, the Hall of Mirrors, five French baroque chapels and the Museum of the France. The Gardens of Versailles are just as enthralling with decorative sculptures, elaborate fountains and the Grand Canal. Cost: Approximately Euros 60 inclusive of entrance ticket and subway transportation
Le Lido: From classy clubs to stylish shows, Paris is known for its glitzy nightlife. Le Lido is an iconic burlesque cabaret that dates back to the 1940s. Known for theatrical performances complete with lots of singing and dancing, the venue has hosted several international artists. Cost: Approximately Euros 60 inclusive of entrance ticket and subway transportation
Titlis: From Engelberg, embark on an exciting journey in a rotating cable car to reach Mount Titlis. The summit, Klein Titlis is at a height of 3,030 metres and offers extraordinary views of the Uri Alps. The Titlis Cliff Walk, Europe’s highest suspension footbridge, will get your adrenaline pumping in no time. Titlis is ideal for hikers during summers, while in winters, snow bunnies hit the ski slopes that stretch over 80 kilometres. Other attractions at Titlis include a Glacier Cave and an
Jungfraujoch: Make your way to Jungfraujoch. A glacial Swiss saddle at a height of 3,466 metres, you will have to ride a cog train right up to the Sphinx Observatory at the top. Witness the Swiss Alps in all their glory from viewing platforms on the Aletsch Glacier or in the Ice Palace.