Paris:

The capital of France, Paris is a city in Western Europe. Highly inhabited, it is a global cultural and business centre and is also regarded as one of Europe’s biggest economies. It is also known as “the city of lights’ and has large number of historical monuments, museums and other attractions that make it a preferred tourist destination.

One of the most visited attractions in Paris is The Louvre, attracting an annual visitor count of about 9.3 million. It houses a collection of 35,000 invaluable pieces of art from all over the world. The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci is indisputably one of the most renowned pieces of art in the Louvre. The museum also has enormous expanse of galleries that are spread across an area of 652,300 square feet. The Eiffel Tower is another important landmark of the city. A global cultural icon of France, it is also one of the most recognised structures of the world. Champs Elysees is one of the scenic avenues in Paris while Notre Dame depicts impressive and fascinating architecture

London:

Both historical and modern landmarks of London draw innumerable tourists throughout the year. Some of the must see attractions of the city include Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, The London Eye also the numerous museums and art galleries. Though maximum attractions lie in close proximity to Central London, attractions also exist outside the city centre, thus contributing to its tourism. Tourists flock to this city all through the year to witness a flawless combination of history and modernity.

Berlin:

The capital of Germany, Berlin denotes a lively confluence of art, history and entertainment. One of Berlin’s top tourist attractions is the Reichstag (Parliament Building) that is known for its large glass dome,that offers 360 degree view of surrounding cityscape. The Kaufhaus des Westens (Department Store of the West) is a seven storey shopping hub that is known for its champagne bars, restaurants, beer bars, food and delicatessen counters. One of the largest in Berlin, the Charlottenburg Palace is the city’s only surviving royal residence. At the rear there is a large formal garden, a mausoleum, belvedere, a pavilion and a theatre.

Vienna:

Lying to the East of Austria, Vienna is situated along the east of river Danube. Internationally acclaimed artists like Beethoven, Haydn, Liszt, Mozart and Schubert have their associations with this city. Monuments in its large city centre depict to the colonial past and find a position in the World Heritage List by UNESCO. Major attractions in this city are the palaces of Hofburg and Schönbrunn. The city is also known for more than 100 art museums, that totally bring in about eight million visitors every year.

Venice:

One of the beautiful cities in the world, Venice is also known as the city of bridges or the city of water. This one of its kind city has no vehicular movement by cars. The only means to move around are either by water or foot. With more than 100 islands, 150 lakes and about 400 bridges, it is one of the most frequented cities in Europe. One of the distinguishing attractions of the city are the gondolas that offer movement from one part of the city to another. A tour of the city on the 3 km long Grand Canal offers come of the splendid views of beautiful structures.

Best and Cost Effective Europe Tour

Planning a trip to one of the numerous European destinations involves a careful analysis of the fares to ensure the trip is completed with minimal burden on the wallet. Cheap carriers are available to Europe from all parts of the world. Passengers can choose to fly to London and take subsequent short haul flights further to the destination of their choice. This splitting the journey proves to be economical as short haul flights are comparatively cheaper. Planning a trip at the right time of the year also plays a crucial role as it comes with considerable saving options. Peak seasons for Europe travel are usually the months of April, May, June, September and October, hence comparatively expensive. The months from November to March are usually with low passenger movements into European destinations and this causes reduction in flight fares.

Majority of airline services and travel agencies periodically publish fares on the internet, thereby allowing passengers to compare and book according to their budget. Besides, there are also numerous bidding sites that offer cheap flight fares for the buyers to bid on. The lowest bid wins and that becomes the fare for the journey.

Flight fares also vary on day and time of your travel, with lower fares on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Lower fares can also be availed for flights commencing at dawn. Some of the airlines also offer promo offers for frequent flyers. So it is often advised to book through same airline as frequently as possible

Soon after deciding on the preferred destination of travel, it is advised to sign up for newsletters of some of the airlines. Doing so keeps passengers updated on the recent and upcoming deals. If lucky, passengers can also save considerably with accommodation in one of the partnering hotels.



Source by Alice R