A Tale of two Cities London and Paris

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A Tale of Two Cities London & Paris. It is just the right holiday for you wanting to see Europe's most famous and interesting capitals. Take a tour of London or see a West End Show. Watch the changing of the Guards. Relax on the journey to Paris. Paris in springtime is just the best time to visit the city. 

At a glance

London  3 Nights at the 4* Park International Hotel or similar
Paris 3 Nights at the 4* Plantine Hotel or similar  
Accommodation  Standard double room 
Meals Breakfast daily 
Train London - Paris in 2nd Class


Whilst in London visit:
The imposing Houses of Parliament
The Iconic "Big Ben"
The London Eye
Explore Kensington Palace
Go on a Thames River Cruise

And in Paris, do not miss out on:
A perfect view of the city from the third floor of the Eiffel Tower
Visit Disneyland Paris and release your inner child
Explore the heart of Montmartre
Eat a Baguette with your favorite filling
Visit the Notre Dame on Ile de la Cite

Quick Contact


Day 1

Arrive London

  • Touch down at Heathrow Airport
  • Clear customs and make your way to your hotel in the city (Take the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station or the National Express Coach to Victoria station)
  • Check in at your hotel
  • Remainder of the day is free
Day 2

London (B)

  • Breakfast at your hotel
  • Free day to explore the city
Day 3

London (B)

  • Breakfast at your hotel
  • Make the most of your last day in London 


  • Return airfares from Johannesburg with Emirates Airlines (Specific 7 Limited Seats)
  • 6 Nights accommodation in double room at selected hotels
  • Meals: as mentioned
  • One way rail travel between London & Paris (2nd Class)


  • Increases in Airfares, departure & fuel taxes
  • Optional tours
  • Transfers
  • Tips
  • Visa Fee
  • Services not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Travel Insurance


  • Rate valid for travel in May 2019
  • Seasonal weekend and events supplements may be applicable

    Contact is any other travel date required 

Country information

London Tipping: It is customary to leave between 10 and 15 % of the bill when eating out. Just check your bill if a service fee is included
London's Public Transportation is easy and safe to use and you will save money when buying an Oyster Card, available from Tube Stations. Avoid "rush hour" times.
Dinner in Paris will set you back between 25 and 40 EUR in a nice restaurant. If you want to eat like most Parisians, avoid the tourist areas and find a restaurant that has a "Pre-fix" meal. It is a set menu that offers a 2-course meal and will only cost around 20 EUR. Use Paris's public transportation by buying a 10 single-coupon booklet which costs 15 EUR. Another option is to buy a day card called Paris Visite