London from Paris
Two hours away from Paris, via the Eurostar train, is London, the capital of England. This is one of the most cosmopolitan and exciting cities in the world, a place full of life and surprises. The open-top bus is an ideal way to immerse yourself quickly into the atmosphere of the English capital. The tour starts at Buckingham Palace, passing through the throng of St. James’s Park onto the famous Trafalgar Square, with the statue of Nelson and the magnificent British Museum. Further along, near the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, the clock tower of Big Ben can be seen, keeping time for Britain since 1859. On the other side of the river is the London Eye which, standing at 135m (443 ft.) tall, is impossible to miss. Further down the Thames, after several smaller bridges, is the Millennium Bridge, which spans the river and links the Tate Modern and St Paul’s Cathedral. Continuing down-river, other iconic monuments come into view; the Tower of London, the medieval palace where the British Crown Jewels are safe-guarded and the famous Tower Bridge. London is also a great place to go shopping, with it being home to Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus, and not to forget Covent Garden. After all the excitement don’t forget to a break to sit down and relax while enjoying a beer in a Soho pub. It's also that tourism in London. ParisCityVision.com offers the possibility to visit London by Eurostar as a free-roaming deal; you will benefit from an “Original Tours” bus pass, which works on a hop on/ hop off system; that is you can get on or off the bus as you please at stops along the tourist bus routes. The tour also includes a bus pass that will allow you to cross the river Thames.
Visit London on your own with return train ticket on the Eurostar 2nd class from Paris. Take the tour of London with Open Top bus and cruise on the Thames River.
Visit London on your own. Round-trip first class Eurostar ticket to London from Paris. City tour of London with the Hop-on Hop-off pass and cruise with commentary on the Thames river.