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.
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