- By kevin
- On Apr 9, 2018
- Travel Tips
Schedule your honeymoons in Europe in this season is a good choose. Whether your plans include a romantic beach honeymoon in Hawaii or the Caribbean, a trip to Disney World, a tour through Europe, or even a long weekend getaway, your first vacation together as a married couple should be the foundation for many happy memories to come. Here we talk about the cheap Europe tour packages, Europe & UK travel guides.
Activities don't miss during the Europe & UK Travel:
London Eye Ticket with Skip-the-Line (about $48)
Experience one of London’s must-see attractions with this skip-the-line London Eye ticket. Bypass the long queue and enjoy priority access and boarding for a standard flight in a shared capsule. Then admire panoramic views over the Thames River, Big Ben and other landmarks on your 30-minute flight. Your ticket includes interactive Samsung Galaxy Tab-powered guides and admission to the London Eye 4D Experience, an immersive journey that brings London alive through 3D film and multi-sensory effects.
Make your own way to the London Eye near the Thames River, and gaze up at the massive wheel. Standing 443 feet (135 meters) high, this London icon opened in 2000 and has hosted more than 3.5 million people a year — a daily average of 10,000.
This popularity means that entrance lines are usually long, with waits of an hour or more frequent in peak season. Save yourself time with this skip-the-line ticket that lets you bypass much of the queue and offers your choice of desired flight time.
England in One Day: Stonehenge, Bath, the Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon Day Trip from London (about $129)
Depart your central London meeting point by air-conditioned coach, and journey out into the leafy English countryside.
Make your first stop at UNESCO World Heritage-listed Stonehenge, one of the world's best-known prehistoric monuments. Rising up from Salisbury Plain, this remarkable stone circle dates back some 4,500 years and is generally thought to have been a temple that marked the movements of the sun.
On arrival, head inside the site complex with its visitor center, collect an audio-guide and visit the massive stone circle to experience its size and symmetry close up. Ponder the mysteries that surround the edifice, and learn the theories as to how the stones were transported and then raised here.
Windsor Castle Admission with Transport from London (about $70)
Board your luxury coach in Victoria, central London, and travel west out of the capital to Windsor – a well-heeled little town that’s best known as the home of Windsor Castle – the official residence of the Queen. Blanketing an area of 13 acres (5 hectares), the castle grounds cover an impressive list of sights to see, like St George’s Chapel, Queen Mary’s Doll House and the plush State Apartments.
Head inside with your entrance ticket and explore at your own pace, learning about the castle’s history that steeped into its stones. Pick up an audio guide, and listen to entertaining commentary as you amble around; learn about Sir Edwin Lutyets, the British architect who created Queen Mary’s Dolls House for the young monarch in the early 1920s, and hear about the different monarchs who furnished the impressive State Apartments according to their tastes.
Admire priceless work of art by the likes of Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt, and explore St George’s Chapel to discover the final resting place of various monarchs including King Henry VIII – one of the more flamboyant characters that have lived in the castle.