Combined London-Paris 6 Nights / 7 Days


London | Paris

Package Highlights

London Sightseeing Tour
London Eye and Madam Tussauds
Eurostar Train London-Paris
Eiffel Tower (2nd floor)
Disneyland Paris

Package Price Valid till 31st October 2020
  • London was not always called London. Before settling in on the name ‘London’, it had a series of names – Londonium, Ludenwic, and Ludenburg!
  • The Romans were the first to make London their home.
  • Queen Elizabeth 2 may be the head of State, but she needs permission from the Lord Mayor to enter the city of London.
  • In UK, drivers drive on the left side of the road. But there is one road in London  where drivers can drive only on the right side.
  • London tried to compete with Eiffel tower by building a structure taller than that. But  the construction had to be stalled and the structure demolished because it was  unsteady. This is a classic case of competition gone sour.
  • London is one of the richest cities, with more than 70 billionaires.
  • There is a Cereal Café in London which serves more than a 100 varieties of cereals from different parts of the world. 
  • The Eiffel Tower was supposed to be a temporary installation, intended to stand for 20 years after being built for the 1889 World Fair
  • Paris was originally a Roman City called “Lutetia.”
  • It’s believed that Paris only has one stop sign in the entire city.
  • There are at least three replicas of the Statue of Liberty in Paris. The most famous of them exists on an island in the middle of the Seine and looks towards her sister statue in New York
  • The main bell of the Notre Dame Cathedral is named Emmanuel and weighs over 13 tonnes.
  • Visitors to the Eiffel Tower have to climb 1,665 steps to reach the top – unless they take the elevator! There are a mere 270 steps to reach the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur
Day 1 Arrival
Upon arrival in London, meet your driver at the airport and transfer to the hotel. 
Check in and spend the rest of the day exploring the city. If it’s shopping that takes your fancy, head towards Oxford Street, which is best known for Selfridges and other big department stores.  
A visit to the world-famous department store Harrods in Knightsbridge is also a must Overnight London
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight stay in hotel
Day 2 London Sightseeing
After breakfast, begin your discovery of London with a Hop on-Hop off tour conducted on a double decker bus by the “THE ORIGINAL LONDON SIGHTSEEING TOUR”.  
The tour offers three sightseeing routes that cover all the main sights.  
The ticket also includes Walking tours, a Thames River Cruise and Kids Club. Tickets are valid for 24hrs. 
The tour will pass by Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London and Piccadilly Circus. 
Leave and re-join the tour at any time.  If you are more into sightseeing we recommend the Tower of London or perhaps a visit to the Royal residence Windsor (not included).
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight London
Day 3 London Eye and Madam Tussauds
Continue sightseeing on your own today. A visit to the iconic London Eye is included. Since its opening in 2000 this giant ferris-wheel has become to London what the Eiffel tower is to Paris. 
Marvel at the views of London during this 30 minutes experience. Today you are also invited to visit another London institution, Madam Tussauds. Millions of visitors have flocked to this attraction since it opened over 200 years ago. Madam Tussauds is constantly updating its display of celebrities so there is always something new to see. There is also a 4D cinema included in your ticket. 
In the evening, visit Leicester Square in the heart of London, where there’s plenty to see and do - including cinemas, restaurants, clubs and everything else that makes London such a vibrant city.  
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight London
Day 4 London - Paris
Today take your private transfer to St. Pancras Station. Board the Eurostar train and relax while you travel to Paris Gare du Nord Station at up to three hundred kilometres per hour. The journey takes about two hours and thirty minutes. 
Meet your driver as you exit through customs in Paris and transfer to your hotel. Check in and spend the rest of the day at leisure. 
Stroll along the Seine and the Champs Elysees and stop at one of the Parisian cafés. Perhaps visit the Louvre to catch a glimpse of Mona Lisa (not included). 
Paris has amazing shopping and Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussman is well worth a visit. 
In the evening perhaps visit one of the Paris cabarets such as the Lido (not included).  
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight Paris.
Day 5 Paris Sightseeing
Make your way to the meeting point and board the coach for your tour of Paris, where you will be provided with individual earphones with recorded commentary in several different languages. 
The tour includes Paris’s main monuments - the Champs Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, Place de la Concorde, Les Invalides (Napoleon’s tomb), the Tuileries Gardens, as well as many other fantastic sights.
This tour also includes a cruise on the river Seine and a visit to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower. 
In the evening, why not explore the Latin Quarter on your own, which is renowned for its lively atmosphere and bistros. 
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight Paris
Day 6 Disneyland Paris
Today is devoted completely to the Magic Kingdom at Disneyland Paris. 
Make your way to the coach meeting point in central Paris and board your coach. The journey from Paris to Disney takes about one hour and you’ll have all day to discover this wonderful attraction. 
You ticket includes entry to Disneyland Paris Park where you’ll meet all the famous Disney characters. You also have access to Walt Disney Studios Park where you can get behind the scenes of Disney’s movies. Cartoons and tv-shows
Board the coach at the end of the day and head back to Paris. 
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight Paris.
Day 7 Departure
Bye Bye to Paris and take your private transfer to the airport/train station
  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Hotel Accomodation
  • Transfers
  • Sightseeing
  • Gala Dinner
  • Personal Expenses
  • Flight Tickets
  • GST (Taxes)
  • Overseas Travel Insurance
  • VISA
  • Lunch
  • All other items that are not mentioned in Inclusions

Important Notes

Don’t talk to strangers

It’s absolutely fine to ask for directions, or to apologise, or both, but engaging people in general chitchat – especially on public transport, where escape options are limited – is largely frowned upon. The British are rather a reserved lot, and prefer to be introduced to one another by a third party before they feel able to converse comfortably.

Don’t take the tube everywhere

London has a lot of Underground stations and many of them are very close together, particularly in central areas. It’s always worth checking an actual map before committing to the tube, as often it’s quicker to walk, particularly if a line-change is needed.

Don’t confuse London Bridge with Tower Bridge

Easily done. Tower Bridge is the one you’ve seen in photos (it literally has towers and a drawbridge and looks marvellous) whereas London Bridge is a rather drab affair with no distinguishing features other than a steady stream of slightly dejected tourists (the older, 1830s London Bridge was more attractive but was sold to an American millionaire in the 1960s). If you do find yourself there, all is not lost: Borough Market is mere seconds away and you do get a great view of Tower Bridge, the one you were after all along.

Don’t ignore the queue

Queuing is sacred to British culture and you’ll cause unanimous disgruntlement if you try to jump ahead. In situations where there is more than one end point (for example three ATMs next to each other) it’s normal for a single queue to form, with the next person in line taking the next available slot. On a related note, when boarding a Tube train, wait for people to get off before you get on.

Do bring a waterproof or an umbrella

London’s weather gets worse press than it deserves, but like the rest of the United Kingdom, the skies can be a bit unpredictable. Unlike many other European capitals, there is no guarantee of sunshine in the summer, so it’s best to be prepared. Though if you forget, there are plenty of shops selling umbrellas and ponchos to the needy.

Do stand on the right side of the escalator

There has never been an unwritten rule so universally abided by as the one that states where to stand on escalators in London. Stand on the right, walk on the left. Every time. Everywhere. If you don’t, know that you run a serious risk of being tutted at.

Do realize that to use the washroom in places such as a train station or department store, you will have to pay a nominal fee (ie. 0.35 Euros)

Do not use “Tu” (you) to address another person unless that person is quite familiar to you. Use “Vous”, as it is more formal.

Do not assume all stores will be open between 12-2 pm as this is when most people have lunch.

Do not expect to get ice in your drink. It is just rare to find drinks with ice in France as compared to North America.

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