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Paris (nicknamed the City of Light) is the capital city of France and the largest city in France. The area is 105 square kilometers (41 square miles), and around 2.15 million people live there. If suburbs are counted, the population of the Paris area rises to 10.7 million people.
Explore the best of Paris on a comfortable coach with a guide. From the comfort of an eco-friendly bus, see sights like the Opera, Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame, Sainte-Chapelle, Orsay Museum, Concorde, Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, Grand Palais, and more.
The Eiffel Tower is 1,063 feet (324 meters) tall, including the antenna at the top. Without the antenna, it is 984 feet (300 m). It was the world's tallest structure until the Chrysler Building was built in New York in 1930. The tower was built to sway slightly in the wind, but the sun affects the tower more. For 130 years, the Eiffel Tower has been a powerful and distinctive symbol of the city of Paris, and by extension, of France. At first, when it was built for the 1889 World's Fair, it impressed the entire world with its stature and daring design and symbolized French know-how and industrial genius.
A Seine river cruise is a very popular way to see Paris and we always recommend to visitors to the city. These short river cruises allow you to take in many of the highlights of the city-the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Musée d'Orsay, Notre Dame Cathedral, etc. - as you float along the Seine River.
Amsterdam is the capital and largest city in the European country of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is famous for its canals and dikes. Unlike in capitals of most other countries, the national government, parliament, government ministries, supreme court, royal family, and embassies are not in Amsterdam, but in The Hague.
Discover the best of Amsterdam on a canal cruise. Admire old and new buildings, bridges, and much more in a city that’s rooted in history but continues to change. Hear about the city from your audio guide. Take in views of the 17th-century buildings lining the canals, as well as the cosmopolitan 21st-century city that Amsterdam has become. See the many sides of the city from the Golden Bend to Overhoeks, the city’s newest quarter, and from the Music Building in the harbor to the VOC ship. Add an optional snack box to your cruise for something to munch on as you see the sights. Listen to your personal audio guide while on board, with commentary in 20 languages and complimentary headphones. The little ones will love the special "freshwater pirate" kids' audio commentary and their own goody bag to enjoy on the boat.
The city of Lucerne (Luzern in German) is a popular stop for most people visiting Switzerland. The city is well known for its stunning medieval architecture and its stunning location on the edge of Lake Lucerne amid snow-capped mountains. Many people touring Switzerland spend at least a few days in Lucerne.
Discover the impressive glacier around Mount Titlis. Engelberg is easy to reach by train from Lucerne: take the 8-seater gondola lift comfortably from the Titlis Valley Station in Engelberg up to 2450 m above sea level and then reach the summit station at 3020 m above sea level with a rotating gondola. Enjoy different activities that are lots of fun in a stunning atmosphere. For example, brave the Titlis Cliff Walk with the spectacular suspension bridge high above the summit. Explore the frosty heart of Mount Titlis in the glacier cave. On the way back to the valley discover Trübsee Station at 1800 meters altitude and enjoy the peace and quiet of the Swiss mountains. Take a boat on the Trübsee, before you rejuvenate in one of the local pubs.
Interlaken is a midsize town in the center of Switzerland. It is surrounded by the Bernese Alps and situated on the valley floor, between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Interlaken isn't the prettiest town in Switzerland. But it is centrally located and easy to reach: a convenient base for exploring the Bernese Oberland.
Admire Europe from the Jungfraujoch railway station at 3,454 meters above sea level. Marvel at the Alps from Europe's highest railway station and relax on a scenic ride to and from the station. The view and adventure platform at 3454 meters above sea level unite in a place that fascinates people of the Alps: a majestic backdrop of ice, snow, and rock with breathtaking far-sightedness. You can exchange the voucher for a ticket at Interlaken Ost, Jungfraujoch, or Lauterbrunnen train stations or travel the other way around. The train departs every 30 minutes and the departure time is freely selectable. Once at the top, simply follow the signs to the tour and you will not miss any highlights. To do the tour takes you approximately 1 to 2 hours. There are also restaurants on the Top of Europe and even a Snow Fun Park in summer, so calculate 6 to 8 hours for the whole trip.
Rhine Falls, German Rheinfall, the most spectacular waterfall in central Europe, on the upper Rhine River just below Schaffhausen in northern Switzerland. The total fall of the cataract, including the rapids, is about 100 feet (30 m), the width 492 feet (150 m).
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