MADAME TUSSAD’S WAX MUSEUM, LONDON (UNITED KINGDOM)
MADAME TUSSAD’S WAX MUSEUM, LONDON (UNITED KINGDOM) Visit Madame Tuissauds for a fully interactive experience. You can interact with the rich and famous and also enter the interactive show dome. Madame Tussauds is one of London’s hottest attractions. Its both visually immersive and interactive and should be top of your list when visiting London. As you wander around Madame Tussauds you will stumble across an endless number of famous faces including David Beckham, Kylie Minogue, President Bush, Tony Blair and many more. You can also interact with out famous Bollywood celebrities, for example Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai.
One of the world’s most famous monuments, La Tour Eiffel is an unmistakeable feature of the Paris skyline. Designed by Gustav Eiffel for the 1889 International Exhibition of Paris. When completed the Prince of Wales, lates King EDWARD-VII of England opened the tower. The tower was the tallest building in the world at 300 metres. Take the lift all the way up to level three for some spectacular views across Paris.
RIVER SEINE CRUISE, PARIS (FRANCE)
A great way to introduce yourself to Paris is to take a cruise along the River Seine in one of the pleasure boats commonly known as River Seine Cruise. Trips normally last an hour and passes by many of the Parisian monuments including Alexander II Bridge, the Orsay Museum, the National Assembly and Paris own Statue of Liberty.
DISNEYLAND, PARIS (FRANCE)
It doesn’t really need much introduction. Disney’s first theme park in Europe is just as impressive as the American equivalents, and just as packed with the usual Disney characters, rides and attractions. Children and adults alike will love the parades and cartoon pageantry. Visit Fantasy land and meet Alice in Wonderland, Pinnochio, Peter Pan and Snow white. Get thrilled by the legends of Aladdin & Indiana Jones at Adventure Land. Ride a space shuttle to the moon at Discovery Land. Encounter Ghost ships, steam trains and Western scenes in the Wild west town of Frontier Land.
LIDO SHOW, PARIS (FRANCE)
Located on the world’s most prestigious avenue, the Champs-Elysees, since 1946, the Lido presents every night the finest in entertainment. In the grand tradition of Parsian cabaret, their new show “Bonheur” will take you on a ninety minutes journey of emotion & discovery. On stage, 70 international artists, including the renowned Bluebell Girls, 600 costumes and water and lighting effects, exceptional specialty acts and special effects, will offer you can unforgettable evening.
GRAND PLACE, BRUSSELS (BELGIUM)
The historic heart of Brussels, The Grand’Place is indisputably one of Europe’s finest city squares. The whole of Brussels – tourists and locals alike – tend to converge on the square, making it the focal point for the city’s activities and bustling place around the clock. Upon entering the square, you can’t fail to be impressed by the elegant guild houses that surround it, most of them dating from the 18th century and built in traditional Flemish style. Wander around, and you’ll notice a whole array of statuary, coats of arms and stone carvings decorating the ornate facades of the buildings.
THE MANNEKEN-PIS FOUNTAIN, BRUSSELS (BELGIUM)
As with any true city symbol, the Manneken-Pis - better known as the “Brussels Boy” fountain – divides opinion. Many locals feel it inappropriate that the sight of a bronze child passing water into a bowl should be the most enduring image of a visit to a city with such a rich cultural and political heritage. Others insist that this humorous and irreverent work is the perfect representation of a relaxed and progressive people. Either way, your visit won’t be complete without a quick peek.
MADURODAM, HAGUE (NETHERLANDS)
The world-famous miniature city Madurodam, which is located within a stone’s throw of Amsterdam and the bulb fields, is an excellent place to familiarize with all the surprising features the Netherlands has to offer. The Alkmaar cheese market, the Peace Palace of The Hague, the Royal Palace on the Amsterdam, Dam Square, the Cathedral Tower of Utrecht, the canal houses of Amsterdam, and parts of the Delta works, everything Holland is famous for can be found replicated to the smallest detail on a scale of 1:25. The shop has an extensive range of typical Dutch products and surprising souvenirs.
COLOGNE CATHERDAL (GERMANY)
The Cologne Cathedral "Kölner Dom" is one of the architectural masterpieces of mankind. Declared a World Cultural Heritage Site as a perfect example of Gothic construction, the Cologne Cathedral is the symbol of the metropolis on the Rhine. And with about six million visitors a year, Germany's largest Cathedral is also the country's most popular architectural monument.
MT. TITLIS, ENGELBERG (SWITZERLAND)
The revolving cable cars that snake their way up the mountain give a panoramic view of the mountain’s glacier from the air. The station at approximately 3,000m is the highest point in central Switzerland so easily accessible, and offers unrivalled views of the surrounding mountains and interior of the country.
JUNGFRAUJOCH, INTERLAKEN (SWITZERLAND)
One of the most scenic railway journeys in Europe goes to the top of the Jungfrau Mountain, over 4000m above sea level. The train departs from either Lautherbrunnen or Grindelwald and tunnels its way through the Eiger (Ogre), stopping briefly at a giant picture window overlooking the formidable North Face, before reaching Europe’s highest railway station on the Jungfrau (Maiden). Once on the snowy plateau you can try your hand at sledding with husky dogs, have a snowball fight more than two miles above sea level, or just relax in the Indian restaurant – Bollywood and enjoy the view out over the snow covered ridges and pinnacles that surround you.
SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL MUSEUM, WATTENS (AUSTRIA)
Swarovski crystal is renowned the world over for its clarity and innovative design and is sold everywhere in the form of ornaments, glasses and accessories. The manufacturer has always had its home in the village of Wattens, a town in the hills on the outskirts of Innsbruck and the Swarovski Crystal Museum offers a permanent display of crystals to view, including designs by Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol among others.
LEANING TOWER OF PISA, (ITALY)
One of the most famous buildings in the world, the leaning tower, is an endearing monument. It is actually very beautiful, its tilt adding a unique character to the Romanesque Piazza dei Miracoli which surrounds it. Construction began on bell tower in 1173 and it took 200 years to complete. Over the centuries the tower continued to lean at an increasingly worrying angle, with misguided attempts at correcting the tilt in the 19th century causing it to lurch even further.
TREVI FOUNTAIN, ROME (ITALY)
Designed in 1732 by Nicola Salvi, this is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. Located in the piazza of the same name the fountain is a magical spectacle, despite the crowds of visitors. Custom has it that if you throw a coin over your shoulder into the fountain you will one day return to Rome.
VAPORETTO, VENICE (ITALY)
Vaporetto take visitors along the main canals, to the islands, and around the lagoon. Although it might not be necessary when getting around the main islands of Venice, but taking this water bus is simply part of the experience and probably the best way to see the Venice Grand Canal, which is the “main street” of the city.