You’ll visit two of the world’s most historic and beloved cities in one trip: London and Paris. England’s 2,000-year-old capital city brims with famous landmarks: Westminster Abbey, the site of royal weddings since 1100 AD; the crosswalk where the Beatles traversed Abbey Road; and Kensington Palace, where Prince William, Kate Middleton, and little Louis, George and Charlotte reside. Alternately, the capital of France might as well be the capital of good living. It’s a place of well-manicured parks, fine wines, unbelievable food, and world-class art. But both cities are utterly cosmopolitan and this free-wheeling itinerary from Great Value Vacations gives you the freedom to explore them however you choose.
Bird’s-eye view of Big Ben: Board the London Eye, a giant Ferris wheel, to see the city and the River Thames from inside a glass-walled pod. The view is best at night, when the city is all lit up.
Kensington Roof Gardens: Nearly 1.5 acres of trees and gardens span this London rooftop nightclub. Keep your eye out for the resident flamingos.
Montmartre: Wander around Paris’s former bohemian epicenter, which was once home to the likes of van Gogh and Dalí, and catch a classically bawdy cabaret show at the famous Moulin Rouge.
Avenue des Champs-Élysées is one of the world’s most iconic thoroughfares. Cafés, cinemas, and luxury shops pepper the Parisian, pedestrian-friendly street between major architectural sites, such as the Luxor Obelisk and Arc de Triomphe.
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After purchasing this deal, follow the instructions on your voucher to book your trip with Great Value Vacations no later than 12/27/19.
Know Before You Go
Additional taxes & fees: City taxes not included. $550 fee to travel solo.
A passport is required for all travel outside the U.S.
Passports must be valid for at least six months after the date of travel, and contain at least two blank visa pages.
Before international travel, always check the State Department’s website for important info on the destination and its entry/exit requirements.
Official language: French (Paris) and English (London)
Currency: Euro (France) and Pound sterling (London)
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