Visit Two of Europe’s Most Popular and Charming Cities:
London & Paris

Do you dream of walking across Abbey Road like the Beatles once did? Do you wonder what it’s like at the top of the Eiffel Tower? Experience it all during a one-week trip to the “sister cities” of London and Paris. Enjoy the sights and sounds of two of Europe’s most famous and exciting urban centers.

Big BenLondon is one of the first cosmopolitan centers in the English-speaking world. It is a diverse, beautiful, and exciting blend of European customs and American charms. Visit famous landmarks – Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Harrods department store, Piccadilly Circus, and/or Hyde Park. Catch a concert at Royal Albert Hall or a new show in the West End.

Spend time along the banks of the River Thames talking to strangers and hearing their stories, as each is unique and often intriguing. Look up from a boat as you cruise the Thames and view the marvelous Ferris wheel, the London Eye.

The Underground, or “the Tube,” makes traveling throughout this major city simple and inexpensive, taking you to whatever theater, shopping area, pub, or restaurant you desire.

Music fans can relive a piece of history on Abbey Road, and walk across the famous road the Beatles used to create the cover of their album “Abbey Road.” Visit Abbey Studios and leave your mark on Abbey Road and London, by signing their wall.

Next stop – Paris. Getting there is easy and exciting if you take the Eurostar train through the Chunnel. It’s a reasonably priced high-speed transfer, connecting Kent in the United Kingdom, to northern France, carrying passengers underneath the English Channel.

Eiffle towerWhile in Paris, take note of their unique and somewhat “only French” customs and styles. Don’t forget to sample a baguette and have coffee, tea, or dine al fresco in an outdoor café. Note: many cafes have heaters so, even if you visit during colder months, you will be warm on the sidewalk.

The City of Lights can be viewed from atop a number of different landmarks and attractions. Climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower – day or night – and take in the breathtaking view. See the famous gargoyle sculptures at top of Notre Dame Cathedral. Don’t forget to visit Paris’ great museums, especially The Louvre to see the Mona Lisa face-to-face.

De-stress in Luxembourg Gardens. Open only to royalty before the French Revolution, these formal gardens now serve as one of Paris’s most popular destinations for relaxation.

Plan to spend a week during the winter holidays soaking in the Christmas decorations along the Champs-Élysées, one of the world’s most exciting places to stroll and shop. But no matter when you decide to visit, London and Paris offer singularly unique cultures and vibrant atmospheres.

Book your trip through Marvelous Travel at (610)-277-6165 to celebrate a week in two of the most thrilling cities in the world.