Me and my wife, from Pune,are planning to London sometime in July/August to visit my daughter. On our way we want to see Italy: Rome 2N, Pisa, Florence 1N, Venice, Padova 1N, Vatican: Vatican City, Switzerland: Lucerne 3N, Engelberg, Lauterbrunnen, Jungfraujoch, Interlaken and France: Paris 3N tentatively. Would like to know the best tour operator who provide service with value for money. I would also like to have comments about;
1. Thomas Cook
3. Cox and Kings
Look forward for an response,
My husband and I will b going to Italy, Pavia, to be precise which is 35 km south of Milan.
I would like to travel on my own while my husband is preoccupied with teaching at the
University. Can u help me out with some website/tips onthe safest and
cheapest method of travelling in Italy? Are there any travel outfits in
Italy catering to the lone traveller? Also are there any cheap motels,B&B
joints,hostels willing to accomodate a single person or later a family of 3?
Look forward to your responses.
It's one thing to see it on the postcard. Going there is quite different. The view from the top is almost normal till you realise how odd it is. I carried a pizza slice in my pocket so I could eat it on the tower! Lots of jokes had been made so had t
Short one day trip. Great experience. Mesmerising ancient monuments. Keep your cellphone/camera batteries fully charged. Rome is a heaven for Photography and history lovers. I had a walk tour on my own and covered Colosseum, Trevi fountain, Pantheon,
Some people find this place over rated but not me. Go there in winters or if not when winters are about to start. It will not be very crowded and you can enjoy each place to the most. Things not to miss: gondola ride ( If your gondolier chose to sing