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Under The English Channel

Traveling under the English Channel is one of the most popular routes. Tourists can visit Paris and London. These two cities are the most visited in Europe. More than 19 million tourists come to them every year. We propose to extend this route to Brussels.

Start your journey in London. To visit the main attractions of this city, you need to plan at least 3 days. Start your excursions from Trafalgar Square, and finish at the Palace of Westminster. The next day, plan a tour along the Thames to see the Tower of London and the London City. A separate day should be planned for visiting the two main museums in London – the British Museum and the National Art Gallery. Naturally, there are dozens of other interesting museums in the city.

Take the train and go under the English Channel to Paris. Also, plan at least 3 days to explore the main sights of Paris. Spend one of the days at the Louvre. After the Louvre, go to the Notre-Dame de Paris, take a walk along the quays of the island of Cite.

In the following days, take a walk from the Place de la Concorde along the Champs-Elysees to the Eiffel Tower, climb the Arc de Triomphe. There are also many attractions along the Seine embankment. Don't forget to visit the Orsay Museum.

From Paris, go to Brussels, the capital of Europe. There are also many interesting sights here, but after an intensive excursion program in London and Paris, it is better to spend time in Brussels in a more relaxed mode, enjoying great Belgian cuisine and Belgian beer.

General information
  • Number of places to visit : 3
  • Total route duration : 6 days
  • Type of route : 0
  • Length of the route ~(km) :
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