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Popular Attractions to Visit in London

There are so many famous attractions in London that a visitor can venture during his vacation to London. Being a best city of sightseeing, London attracts visitors from across the country and abroad. The rich cultural heritage, a best treasure of historical background, architectural marvels, and lovely destinations make London a perfect place for a great family holiday or a romantic getaway for a couples also.

A few of my favourite visitor attractions in London:

The tower of London

The Tower of London is another place that is included within the domain of the London sightseeing trips with the aid of the London Pass. The Tower of London also boats historical importance as it happened to the former residence of King Henry VII. It is amazingly location within near proximity of the St Paul’s Cathedral and also the popular landmark of London, the London Tower Bridge.

St. Paul’s cathedral

One of the London famous places that can be simply accessed with the London Pass is St. Paul’s Cathedral. This Cathedral has a remarkable historic value and is also an architectural wonder of London with a tremendous beauty.

Churchill’s war museum

The visitors who have fetish for museums and very old preservations can visit another best attraction of London with the aid of the London Pass, the War Museum of Churchill.

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace was once the Princess Diana home and continues to be one of the attractions of London that can be visited with the support of the London Pass.

Thames

Thames River is the top and most amazing landmark of London as the visitors are taken aback by the magnificent beauty of the Thames River that flows right across the city. Once can take pleasure of the surroundings by taking a cruise ride across the popular Thames River.

Big Ben

Big Ben is one of the most iconic clocks in the planet and who’s recognisable chimes spec on TV news. Big Ben is a 4 faced clock and is more than three-hundred feet tall named after Sir B Hall.

Kew garden

Kew garden is another place in London that is largely visited by the students of Botany and the nature lovers. This botanical garden has a set of rare plants.

All these locations of attractions in London can be conveniently accessed by the visitors with the help if the London Pass and make sure the visitors a enjoyable tour and a best vacation in London.

Top 10 destinations in Europe for family holidays

Europe is famous for its historic sites and major museums, but there are also many monuments and attractions that appeal to the family. Choosing your destination with care is the surest way to a successful vacation with your children. Fairy castles, forests seem straight out of tales Brothers Grimm, secret islands rustling cries of wild animals, or beaches made to build sandcastles, they will inevitably fall in love. And that’s without counting the many other treasures that the continent holds…
All these sites and many more are featured in our selection of the top 10 European destinations for family holiday.

  1. Kent, England, United Kingdom
  2. County Kerry, Ireland
  3. Black Forest, Germany
  4. Budapest, Hungary
  5. Vorarlberg, Austria
  6. Archipelago of Åland, Finland
  7. Ibiza, Spain
  8. Normandy, France
  9. Isle of Skomer and Marloes Sands, Wales, United Kingdom
  10. Bohinj, Slovenia
    How to find cheap airline tickets
    When you start a search in a flight comparison site like Kayak, Skyscanner, Expedia, Trivago or Google Flights for Europe, you probably notice that a considerable price difference can separate two similar flights
    In this regard, several airlines – for example Air Transat, Corsair and Air Canada – are now dividing their economy class into several categories, the number of which generally varies between three and five. Depending on what you are willing to pay, you will be entitled. To benefits such as one or two checked baggage, a meal, the ability to reserve a seat of your choice, priority boarding or the ability to change your itinerary.
    Moreover, during our simulation flight booking to Paris, the flight with Corsair was in the category Eco Classic, which includes luggage in the hold and meal … but for the only one. Indeed, for the return flight, we were classified in the Eco Basic category, which does not include checked baggage.

Best Beaches in the World for Holidays

This 2019 you should not miss the opportunity to know some of the best beaches in the world, which besides being beautiful offer various activities that you can enjoy with your partner on a holiday or with your family and friends.
The best beach places are below for enjoying in the holidays:

  1. – Grace Bay, Providenciales (Turks and Caicos)
    It is a beautiful place made up of 40 islands with corals, located in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of the Bahamas. Specifically, Providenciales Island, better known as “Provo”, houses Grace Bay beach, which has luxurious resorts. In this place you can also do various water activities such as diving.
  2. – Baia do Sancho, Fernando de Noronha
    It is a beach in Brazil that impacts all its visitors, because it is a place that stands out for the crystal clear water and without waves. There you can dive and practice snorkelling.
  3. – Playa Paraiso, Cayo Largo (Cuba)
    The white sand and the tranquillity of the sea are the characteristics that make this place a paradise. In addition, it is a semi virgin place so you can live with nature 100%.
  4. – Anse Lanzio, Praslin (Seychelles)
    It is the second largest island in Seychelles which is a country located in East Africa. This beach is located in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar and hosts coral reefs and nature reserves; you can also be near exotic animals.
    5.-Cayo de Agua, Lo Roques (Venezuela)
    In the Caribbean Sea there is the Cayo de Agua beach, Los Roques, with transparent waters, lagoons and beaches that leave all vacationers surprised.
    6.-Flamenco Beach (Puerto Rico)
    This beach is one of the destinations that you cannot miss if you visit Puerto Rico, located on the island of Culebra; it has dreamy landscapes and crystal clear waters.
    7.-Ses Illetes, Fomentera (Spain)
    This place is located in the Balearic Islands, very close to Ibiza, and it is a beautiful beach with white sand.
    You can choose those beaches which are located nearby some hotels and you can get the advantages regarding hotels stays which seems very comfortable.

Top 10 destinations in Europe for family holidays

Europe is famous for its historic sites and major museums, but there are also many monuments and attractions that appeal to the family. Choosing your destination with care is the surest way to a successful vacation with your children. Fairy castles, forests seem straight out of tales Brothers Grimm, secret islands rustling cries of wild animals, or beaches made to build sandcastles, they will inevitably fall in love. And that’s without counting the many other treasures that the continent holds…
All these sites and many more are featured in our selection of the top 10 European destinations for family holiday.

  1. Kent, England, United Kingdom
  2. County Kerry, Ireland
  3. Black Forest, Germany
  4. Budapest, Hungary
  5. Vorarlberg, Austria
  6. Archipelago of Åland, Finland
  7. Ibiza, Spain
  8. Normandy, France
  9. Isle of Skomer and Marloes Sands, Wales, United Kingdom
  10. Bohinj, Slovenia
    How to find cheap airline tickets
    When you start a search in a flight comparison site like Kayak, Skyscanner, Expedia, Trivago or Google Flights for Europe, you probably notice that a considerable price difference can separate two similar flights
    In this regard, several airlines – for example Air Transat, Corsair and Air Canada – are now dividing their economy class into several categories, the number of which generally varies between three and five. Depending on what you are willing to pay, you will be entitled. To benefits such as one or two checked baggage, a meal, the ability to reserve a seat of your choice, priority boarding or the ability to change your itinerary.
    Moreover, during our simulation flight booking to Paris, the flight with Corsair was in the category Eco Classic, which includes luggage in the hold and meal … but for the only one. Indeed, for the return flight, we were classified in the Eco Basic category, which does not include checked baggage.

Travel to Europe for the first time – What to see in each city?

Europe is a paradise for airlines low cost, with low cost. If you organize your trip with the precision of a master watchmaker, you can jump from country to country for very little money,
Traveling in Europe by train is one of the best options. Rail networks are very extensive and reach almost everywhere. Depending on the country and the category of the train, it is also an economical way to get around. Of course, the new high-speed lines are not exactly cheap and, in most cases, it will be cheaper to travel by plane for long distances.
More affordable than the train is the bus, although it is also slower and more uncomfortable. There is no point of comparison with Brazilian buses, Peruvian, Argentine … long-haul. The longest trips in Europe do not usually exceed five or six hours – with more out of the country – and the buses are not very prepared to rest comfortably. Even so, the network of medium and long distance buses is becoming more extensive and better, in addition to having very competitive prices.
The best time to travel to Europe: what are the best and the worst dates?
Beyond the fact that prices are higher, the saturation of certain tourist places in Europe in high season can take away all the charm. That idyllic image that you saw in the Instragram of the sunset on the Giant’s Causeway will be transformed into a procession of people who do not stop talking and who sneak in all your photos. Not to mention the long queues to buy your entrance to the Acropolis or climb the tower of Pisa or the Eiffel Tower.
Keep in mind that if your intention is not to visit the beaches, spring and autumn are better times: less crowding and more pleasant temperatures in general. If you are looking for cultural tourism, winter can also be your station: museums have heating and everything is cheaper.