All about visiting the Stade Roland Garros
All about visiting the Stade Roland Garros:
1. Stade Roland Garros
Stade Roland Garros - Every manic tennis fan worth his salt must make the trip to the Stade Roland Garros, home to the finest and most famous clay courts in the country, host to the French Open every year! Just a short bus/train ride from central Paris, this is a great offbeat place to visit during your time in the city.
"But I'm not going during the French Open!" you say? Fret not, because the stadium offers a great guided tour of one of the most... read more
Checking out the Les Catacombes
A detailed insight into what the famed Les Catacombes is all about:
1. Les Catacombes
The beauty of this place belongs to the school of surreality. Infamously built to house the dear departed that were overflowing the Paris cemetery, it now stands as a reminder of France's sadder side of history. Paris is well known for its famous for burying their dead well. There is the famous Pere-Lachaise, the final resting place of many popular and renowned important figures and celebrities. There's also the charming Pet Cemetery. But perhaps the... read more
Geneva is the second most populous city of Switzerland and has many beautiful sites, breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, historical sites, museums, galleries, parks and entertainment areas etc. Below is your 2 day itinerary in this city.
1. Palais des Nations
Probably the most famous building in Geneva, Palais des Nations has been home to the UN since 1966. Get to see the place where dignitaries and diplomats strive to bring peace and harmony to the world. An hour long tour entitles you to an entry to the garden... read more
3 Day Itinerary for Lyon
Lyon, the capital of the Rhone-Alpes region is the third largest city in France. Furthermore, this city is located in between two hills: Fourviere and Croix-Rousse. One of the unique feature of this city is its architecture, which is different from the rest of the world. There are so many things to see and do in this city which is also a cultural center. Besides, Lyon is one of the best wine producing regions in France. Keeping your requirements in mind, I have drawn a three day itinerary covering all the attractions you have mentioned along with a small... read more
Have a look and enjoy two days of awesomeness in Paris, the city of glamour, fashion and style. The itinerary has been drawn according to your preferences and is sure to give you a memorable experience.
Paris (Source: Moyan_Brenn_BE_BACK_on_3th_SEPT)
Paris - The City of Lights is not only popular for its attractions but it is also deemed as the fashion capital of the world, therefore a shoppers paradise. However, if you go around the local way, you can find some hidden shopping gems like the local flea markets where you can shop from a pin to an... read more
Glad to know about your trip to one of the smallest countries in the world. Full of picturesque and historic sites, Luxembourg has lots to see and do. I have created a day's itinerary so that you can make the most of your trip here
You can begin your day by grabbing a quick coffee and some bagels at the Coffee Lounge. It is quite a popular place among the locals. (Address: 28, rue de la Poste)
Bagel with peanut butter & peach marmalade (Source: SaucyGlo)
Head straight to... read more
While travelling from Paris to Brussels, you can definitely drop off your luggage at the Gare du Luxembourg, the main station in the southern part of the city. Like many other major European train stations, the Lux too offers luggage storage facilities, and you can choose between automated lockers, or the luggage storage room open from 06h00 to 21h30 (Ph:352 0 4990 5574). The rates may vary depending on the size of the locker chosen, but will generally cost you around 5 to 7 Euros for a 48 hour period.
Vers la Gare du Luxembourg (Source:... read more
Things to See
The Bock and Pétrusse Casemates are the longest underground casements in the world (17 km) and they are also the top tourist attractions of Luxembourg, with over 100,000 visitors each year coming from all over the world. Since 1994 it was listed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO and the labyrinth of underground tunnels here are carved into the rock and they are quite unique and reflects the glorious past of the legendary fortress city.
(Source: Wolfgang Staudt)
As you said you wanted information on Casemates of Pétrusse... read more
The capital city of Belgium, Brussels is perhaps the only city in the planet which can be blamed for having a split personality. It is the city where you can find the Finish pitted against the French, vogue against history, entertainment against weariness, where contradictions are the norm. This is a multicultural city of historic heirloom, great food, Victor Horta's sumptuous Art Nouveau interiors, hip cafés and the surreal. Beneath the historic fanfare of the Palais Royal and the red tape of the EU lies a vibrant city, eager to pop up like the Surrealistic art of... read more
Berthillion is one of the most famous ice cream parlors in Paris which offers mouth melting flavors and amazingly tasty ice creams famous not only in France but all over the world. When in BerIthillion, you must try the chocolat amer sorbet. The Caramel Ice Cream is also superb and if you think you need to try some fruity flavors, you can try fruit sorbets which are excellent.
Ice Cream in Paris (Source: mmmavocado)
Since, 5 of November is Monday and the ice cream parlor is closed on Monday and Tuesday, so you can visit the Berthillon ice... read more
The most convenient way to travel between Paris and Brussels is via train. You can take direct trains between the two destinations. Here are the two train suggestions for you. Have a look and take your pick.
Thalys 4331 te Rotterdam Centraal (Source: Bas Blinksma)
For your journey on 6th November 2012 from Paris to Brussels I have found two options that you can consider. The first train from Paris will leave at around 10:46AM and the train journey will take around one hour and twenty two minutes to reach Brussels.... read more
The Promenade Plantee in Avenue Daumesnil was till recently, the only elevated park until the High Line Park in New York was built. The park traverses the 4.5 km from Place de la Bastille to Bois de Vincennes, and rests atop the arches of an old viaduct that was later used as a railroad from Bastille to Varenne-Saint-Maur up until 1969. The arches of the viaduct are now used as a workshop for artisans and sells everything from pricey handmade ceramics to modern art, and the establishment is known as the Viaduc des Arts.
GETTING... read more
Things to See
Marais is one of Paris’s oldest and most dazzling areas. Developed in the 12th century, it has shone as a center of Parisian artistic and cultural life during the reign of Henri IV and Louis XIII. It is the only remaining area of Paris where the narrow streets and architectural styles of Medieval and Renaissance-era Paris are still preserved. The crooked narrow streets of Marais is alive with with bars, restaurants, hotels, high and low fashion boutiques, trendy shops, hip designers, old fashioned bread shops, jewelry, wine shops, fashionable art galleries... read more
Here are some tours for wine and cheese tasting that I found for you. However I am afraid they are not in Marais exactly, not all of them, but located in good locations across Paris.
1. O Chateau Wine Tours
O Chateau offers a wine and cheese lunch for travelers. The tour begins at 12.15 PM everyday. They do have a tour on the 5th of November.
The tour costs USD 94 per person.
My friend and I had a wonderful experience. The wine was excellent, and the cheese pairings were so much fun. The information that we learned not only... read more
Lyon, the capital of the Rhone-Alpes region is the third largest city in France. Furthermore, this city is located in between two hills: Fourviere and Croix-Rousse. The unique feature of this city is its architecture, which is different from the rest of the world. There are so many things to see and do in this city which is also a cultural center. Besides, Lyon is one of the best wine producing regions in France
Lyon 1 (Source: Grégoire Menuel)
1. Day 1
Not many structures, even if they are architectural landmarks, can over-shadow scores of other... read more
Paris offers endless options to fun and here are some must-not-miss attractions. Have a look and enjoy three days of awesomeness in Paris, the city of glamour, fashion and style.
Paris Cabaret Clips - Folies Bergere
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Cabaret Clips from the current Paris production at the Follies Bergere
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Day One - An evening in Paris
As you will reach Paris in the afternoon or evening, I have some accommodation options for you to select from so you can check in straight away,... read more
With a history that beguiles with dynasties, wars, fortresses - Luxembourg is a sort of fairy-tale land that has its own share of stories to tell. The national motto of this place is "We want to remain what we are" and it speaks of the independent spirit of the people of this city. The capital, Luxembourg City, is the main urban center, other places being mostly rural based. Accommodation in this city ranges from the luxurious five- star hotels with a piano bar to the simple guest houses that have all the basic necessary amenities for a comfortable... read more
Glad to know about your trip to one of the smallest countries in the world. Full of picturesque and historic sites, Luxembourg has lots to see and do. I have created a day's itinerary and also mentioned the train details for your return trip from Brussels.
Luxemburg (Source: Joan Puigcerver)
Here is your 1 day itinerary for Luxembourg. Hope you make the best out of it.
Luxembourg ville (Source: PhylB)
You can begin your day by grabbing a quick coffee and some bagels at the Coffee Lounge. It is... read more
The capital city of Belgium, Brussels is perhaps the only city in the planet which can be blamed for having a split personality. It is the city, where you can find the Finish pitted against the French, vogue against history, entertainment against weariness, contradictions are the norm. This is a multicultural city of historic heirloom, great food, Victor Horta's sumptuous Art Nouveau interiors, hip café and surreal. Beneath the historic fanfare of the Palais Royal and the red tape of the EU lies a vibrant city, eager to pop up like the Surrealistic art of the... read more
You couldn't have chosen a better place to stay in Paris than the Marais which was once a swamp from where it gets its name. This central part of the old city is home to museums, bars and of course students who gave it the name Quartier Latin.
Le Marais (Paris,France) (Source: strelitzia ---)
Start off with Place de Vosges, the oldest square in Paris and the home of Victor Hugo which is today a museum. Unfortunately the museum is closed on Mondays, but nonetheless you can walk around the square and imagine what must have inspired the... read more
Luxembourg to Paris
Distance between Luxembourg and Paris is 293.67 km.The best way to travel to Paris from Luxembourg is by train. It is a comfortable journey and will help you reach Paris hassle free.
However you can also rent a car or may be try taking a bus to reach your destination. Buses are, however, much harder to find.
Paris (Source: garycycles6)
1. Train - Euro Railways
Euro railways is a good option to check. The trains are available on all days and at regular intervals.
Departure timings are -
6:11, 6:40, 10:11, 12:11, 16:11... read more
Luxembourg (Source: jepoirrier)
Don't go by the size of Luxembourg. This second smallest country can mesmerize you with its picturesque sights. The reminiscent of the bygone eras, the 40s atmosphere can still be experienced at this place. Some parts of the Old town are listed in UNESCO world heritage sites. Some of the places worth visiting are mentioned below. Apart from the sites mentioned below, Luxembourg City is best experienced by foot. The cobblestone roads, the view of the Grund and the Alzette river from the city’s Corniche, virtually... read more
Brussels is a perfect city for holidays, quickly becoming a trendy spot for tourists, families and friends - 3 days here will give you a lot of history lessons, appreciation for the art of architecture, and even the art of chocolate and beer! All this in a very economical way, too - getting here and travelling around is cheap compared to other European cities.
The Brussels Airport is quite close to the city, and the Brussels Charleroi Airport, though far, provides ample convenient ways to reach the city. Once there, its 3 days of safe and easy travelling too... read more
Located on the banks of River Seine, is the “city of lights”, Paris. The capital of France is synonymous with style and glamour. Its unique grandeur with world class attractions make it one of the most visited places on earth.
1. Day 1- Marche Enfants Rouges
Established in the early 1600s, this is an ancient shopping area - the oldest covered market in Paris. Time has taken its toll; new facade replacing the original, but it still is home to countless cheese-mongers, colorful grocers and exotic vintners . To add to that,... read more
\n Hey!\n\n Good question - knowing about the weather forecasts for your destination can help you to pack smart and plan sightseeing keeping all possibilities in mind. This is what the forecasts are like for France in October.\nWeather in France
\n \n\n (Source: WeatherSpark) \n\n Temperatures in France consistently fall through the month of October, with day-time temperatures dropping from around 19°C to around 13°C. Paris has slightly higher temperature averages than Lyon. October is also one of the wettest months in France, so be sure to pack accordingly!... read more
The distance from Lyon to Lausanne is a about 215 kms. The easiest way of traveling between these cities is by train, and the bus is another less conventional method. Please take a look at the options and you can choose depending on your time of travel and chosen budget.
Lyon 1 (Source: Grégoire Menuel)
1. Train - TGV
The most common way you will hear of to get from Lyon to Lausanne is by the TGV. It is one of the more expensive options but is worth it for experiencing one of the high-speed trains of Europe.
The first train for the day leaves... read more
Overview of Geneva
Geneva cycling (Source: eGuide Travel)
Geneva is the second most populous city of Switzerland and has many beautiful sites, breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, historical sites, museums, galleries, parks and entertainment areas etc. Here are a few popular attractions in the city that you can check out while you're there.
St-Pierre Cathedral (Source: Daroczy Laszlo)
St. Pierre Cathedral is a 12th century structure belonging to the Swiss Reformed Church of Geneva. A recent excavation in the church premises revealed its significant past dating... read more
When you have a choice of many beautiful places to visit it can be a bit difficult to choose one. Both Lyon and Grenoble are beautiful cities with distinctive characters . Here I will provide you with an overview of the both the cities and make it easier for you to choose.
Lyon 1 (Source: Grégoire Menuel)
Lyon is located in the Rhône-Alpes region of France. This second largest metropolitan area of France is more popular as Gastronomical city than anything else. You have some of the superstar Chefs coming from this region. You... read more
Places near Geneva
Golden Pass Panoramic Train, Switzerland (Source: Train Chartering & Private Rail Cars)
If you have seen Geneva and want to explore nearby regions you have plenty of options. Switzerland being a small country almost all places are easily accessible. In fact you can even cross borders in some region and see some of the beautiful places around Switzerland. Driving is a good option to see all the places nearby But I would personally suggest going by the train . Switzerland has one of the best train systems. You could take the Golden Pass Train... read more
Day Trips from Brussels
Brussels is located in the heart of Belgium making many cities and towns around it easily accessible for day trips. The choice of the places for day trips will depend on your interest such as history, shopping, entertainment and culture. You can also make a day trip to interesting cities and towns in the nearby countries such as Paris, London and Amsterdam. My list of suggestions includes the popular day trip destinations in Belgium from Brussels. Here it goes...
Bruges (Source: williamsdb)
Bruges, situated about 100 km... read more
\n Lyon is at the heart of a dense transportation network. You thus have various options for travel from this city.\n\n Travelling from Lyon to Grenoble should not take you more than one and half hours by the road or train. The total distance is around 111 kilometres. But the actual time taken can vary due to certain un-avoidable circumstances like traffic on the streets, construction work along the road, weather or other unforseen events.\n\n \n \n View Larger Map\n\n\n Lets take a look at all the possible ways that one can take while travelling from Lyon to Grenoble... read more
Day Trips from Lyon
There are several interesting places close to Lyon that are accessible for day trips. I have listed the most interesting ones for your day trip. Here it goes...
Walk along the Rhone (Source: Nouhailler)
Beaujolais region with its many vineyards should be visited if you are into wines. The Romans while conquering the land planted vines here which can still be seen in Brouilly and Morgon. The vineyards in this region are found mostly in the eastern part along the Saone river. To discover wine making and wine tasting... read more
TGV en Figueres-Vilafant (Source: Jordi Verdugo)
Few trains operate between Brussels and Lyon without any stopover. Some of them are mentioned below. Tickets cannot be booked before 90 days from the date of travel but the screenshots shows the timetable as on April. The timing and cost of travel may not change a lot.
(Source: Browse Available Train Fares and Schedules for your Trip)
Second class travel includes reclining seats with adjustable head rest. Ample legroom is provided. Power sockets are installed in the compartment. The ticket is fully... read more
Here's a detailed analysis for your question that can help you choose a better route. I have named the Route as number 1 and 2.
Rout 1 : Delhi - Brussels - Paris - Lyon - Geneva - Brussels - Delhi
Route 2 : Delhi - Paris - Brussels - Lyon - Geneva - Paris - Delhi
Please take a look!
Paris (Source: Moyan_Brenn)
I have broken down the route for you to analyse in a better manner!
1.Traveling from India to Europe
Flying is the fastest and most convenient way to travel from Delhi to Brussels or Paris.... read more
Journey from Lyon to Geneva takes around 3 hrs by bus. Eurolines services are available on this route and the cost ranges from 30 -40 euro per person,one way.
Eurolines (Source: sludgegulper)
Eurolines time for the coming days along with the cost of travel.
Eurolines - (Source: Eurolines )
To book click here.
Different type of railway services- TER,TGV also ply on this route and takes around 2 hours and charge from 20-30 euros. The countryside scenery is really wonderful.
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Trains from Geneva to Brussels
Unfortunately, there are no direct trains anymore from Geneva to Brussels. Yet, there are several connecting lines and you can choose one as per your convenience. Thalys and TGV are the major European rail carries. Since your trip is way ahead in the future, many rail websites cannot give you a precise price information. Yet, the tickets do not cost more than $100 in any case.
8:52 (Source: kainet)
Here's a screenshot of rail schedule on your selected travel date :
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All about Thalys and TGV rail travel Greetings! Great to see your trip taking shape so beautifully. European rail passes have always been like 'sour grapes' - pretty complex to wrap your head around and even then, quite deceptive. Nonetheless, traveling through Europe in trains is, by far one of the best ways. Here, I have given you details on the point-to-point tickets and applicable passes, concluding with which is the better option. thalys (Source: (3)) NOTE: It is not possible to buy tickets for travel dates beyond 90 days from the present day. Since you will be... read more
PARIS Dining in Paris is a unique experience. In the cafes and restaurants you can engage in long conversations and enjoy your meal in a relaxed environment as nobody is in a rush to get rid of you. You usually start with an Entres (which is an appetizer or salad or both), main course, cheese, coffee or tea and dessert. Of course all meals need that special wine as well. (Source: isante_magazine) Justa few tips: Paris has implemented a non smoking policy for the restaurants and public places. People in Paris do dress up. If you are planning to dine in... read more
The cooking from the area of Geneva is a combination of French influence and a traditional, rustic Swiss cuisine.
The Swiss start the day by eating a hearty breakfast. Their main meal, is eaten at midday with a typical menu bringing to the table vegetable or cheese soup, followed by a poultry, beef, or fish, served with rosti in the German or French regions but with pasta in the Italian ones.
Swiss people take a break around four o'clock for coffee, desserts, and pastries;... read more
Delectable Paris French cuisine is renowned world over for its artistic sensibility and subtle taste. It's little wonder then that the UNESCO French gastronomy as an 'intangible cultural heritage'. A typical French meal is divided into an entree or introductory course, a plat prinicipal or main course, a fromage or cheese course and a dessert. Salads may be offered before or after the cheese course, and wine is typically used as an accompaniment to complete the meal. We have listed some of the must-taste delights that the French are famous for. Take a bite! (Source:... read more
Wine tours in Brussels
Belgium is not really known for its wines. It's the beer that has gained the country its reputation in the brewing hall of fame. The climatic changes that occurred in the fifteenth century made it unsuitable to grow quality grapes needed to make wines, but recent temperature transitions have once again made it possible to grow and manufacture wines in the region. Wallonia near Brussels is one of the handful of regions where wineries have started to come up recently. Two of the best wine tours in the Wallon valley are suggested here.
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Things to See
Visiting Paris for wine tasting will definitely be a memorable trip for you as this town offers the best French wines from the excellent Bordeaux or Burgundy to the best artisan wines. Interestingly, Paris is the place where you can find maximum number of artisan and natural wines. I have picked up some of the best vineyards in Paris and Lyon. Read on!
Chateau in Burgundy, France (Source: nikoretro)
1. O Chateau’s Wine Tasting and Wine Bar
O Chateau’s Wine Tasting and Wine Bar located in Paris Chateau is the perfect destination for... read more
Brussels is where the world famous Belgian Chocolates are made. There is so much to see and do while in Brussels that even a week's trip would not be be enough. I have picked up the top most things to see and do while in the city. Read on to know further.
1. Horta Museum
Quite tricky to reach this museum, but worth the effort. One of the finest examples(change) of art architecture in the world, Horta Museum is actually home to Victor Horta who is the founder of Art Nouveau. Designed by himself, you will surely be impressed by... read more
Lyon I always get a little excited when I'm answering a question about France. It's such a beautiful country and the people are always busy, either creating an artistic master piece or concocting one great mouth watering dish after another or perhaps paving new paths into the world of fashion. The people of France sure know how to live and I am sure you can expect the same energy while visiting Lyon and just to make sure, I've suggested places that are an absolute must see in Lyon so that your trip will be completely worth while. Lyon (Source: raindog) 1. Parc de la... read more
Things to See Geneva is the second most populous city of Switzerland and has many beautiful sites, breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, historical sites, museums, galleries, parks and entertainment areas etc. Here are a few popular attractions in the city that you can check out while you're there. Geneva, Switzerland (Source: Mark Heard) 1. St. Pierre Cathedral St. Pierre Cathedral is a 12th century structure belonging to the Swiss Reformed Church of Geneva. A recent excavation in the church premises revealed its significant past dating back to the Roman Empire. It... read more
Paris is well connected to several parts of Europe and the excellent train connectivity makes it even easier for one to travel across. There are several places on the coastline of France and around Paris that offer a perfect day trip spot. I have picked up some really interesting suggestions for you. Take a look!
Paris (Source: Moyan_Brenn (I'm Back))
1. Day trip to Brussels
Brussels, only an hour away from Paris could be a great option for your day trip! Although you cannot visit all the attractions out here in a day's time, yet, I... read more
EuRail Passes work like tickets. After validating the pass, the pass holder is free to board any train that does not require reservations and is within the area/countries specified on the pass. Passes are valid only on trains operated by national rail companies. In some countries (Italy, Spain and Switzerland in particular) you'll find regional or private companies that don't accept InterRail or Eurail passes, although many of them offer up to 50% discount for passholders.
See Interrail and Eurail websites for... read more
Eurail and passes Hi. The Eurail Select pass does allow for domestic travel within countries that it is valid in. However the caveat is that this pass is the equivalent of normal train tickets (for example, EuroCity trains, InterRegio trains) of that country, and for travelling in a TGV, you will have to pay a seat reservation fee of 3 to 5 euros. Also the number of seats available for pass holders is limited, so make the reservations as soon as possible, as passholder fares are subject to availability. I have added a few suggestions to ensure you get your money's worth, since the... read more
Travelling between Lyon and Geneva
Bus services between Lyon and Geneva are available on Eurolines as well! I did a random check, and the rates vary between 30- 40 euros per person, one way.
Click here to book a coach from Lyon to Geneve
Another option for you to take is to take a train from Lyon to Geneve. The countryside is scenic and worth the journey! Let us know if you'd like to explore this option
I hope this was useful to you! If you'd like any other help with your trip, do... read more
Transportation to Brussels, etc.
\n So you're gonna be traveling to Brussels, Lyon and Geneva, all from Paris no doubt! In every trip planning there comes a time when you have to figure out how to get from point a to point b. And it's often the first step. And this time you'll be considering going by bus to these differing destinations.\n\n Well we're here to show you there are alternatives this way. There may be long stretches of ever changing scenery, they may need to ease a little more time out of you but often the benefit is you end up saving money. And that's a... read more
Miscellaneous Hey there! The round trip Delhi - Paris will certainly be the best and cheapest option, as the total fare for the round trip will be $670 (while a one way ticket will cost up to $427 alone). Trains (Suisse) (Source: Trains du Monte Généroso (Suisse)) The best way to travel around Europe is by the most convenient and highly recommended Euro-rail. Some of the best sceneries around Europe can be seen from the trains. They are the most convenient and a very safe way of travelling to your desired destinations. Here is what a traveller says: Great way... read more
B&B Accommodation in Brussels
Bed and breakfasts make a great alternative to hotels - they're more friendly, the rates are more reasonable and its a more adventurous choice :) First up, these are my suggestions for B&B accommodation in Brussels.
1. Josaphat Park Bed and Breakfast
Josaphat Park B&B feels more like a home than a hotel. Travelers love the friendly and helpful hosts. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the rates are reasonable. The neighbourhood includes the beautiful Josaphat Park, of course, and convenient public transportation to the city... read more
Hi, here are some B&B options in the beautiful and historical city of Lyon.
LYON 25 (Source: Exile on James Street)
1. Homestay guest room in Lyon, at Héléna\'s place
This apartment is located the center of Lyon Fourvière Hill just above the historic district of St. Jean. It overlooks a small square where the oldest church in Lyon: St Irenee lies. It is near the old Roman amphitheatres, places where there is the annual festival of nights Fourvière, and the Basilica of Fourvière.
You will have your own private room... read more
\n Captial of the Rhones region and the third largest city in France, Lyon is a city which will enthrall your senses. Having that characteristic French grandeur about itself, Lyon has a lot to offer. There is no dearth of fine hotels here. Read on to know my suggestions:\n\n \n\n \n\n (Source: Baran Yasin Sonmez)\n1. Ibis Lyon Centre Perrache
If you want a nice and cosy stay at a very reasonable price then Ibis Lyon Centre Perrache is the place to be at. Very conveniently located in the heart of the city next to the famous Place Carnot, Musee des Tissus, and... read more
Accommodation in Brussels Hi there. Here is a list of accommodation options in Brussels and Paris. The list has been carefully prepared by keeping special emphasis on budget, quality of staff and stay, provision of amenities, breakfast options available, locations and accessibility. Brussels' Skyline (Source: DamienHR) Brussels, known as the "melting pot of Europe", is one of the best travel destinations in the World. The country has some of the most spectacular architectural marvels in the World. The city showcases a unique blend of French and Dutch cultures which... read more
Accommodation in Lyon (Source: Keith Laverack) There are plenty of hotels in Lyon that meet your budget and requirements. I am recommending the following three which are comfortable and conveniently located. 1. Séjours & Affaires Lyon Saint-Nicolas This hotel is centrally located in Lyon just a stone throw distance away from Part Dieu TGV train station. Here you can get studio apartments or hotel services. The studio apartments have equipped kitchen. Although the hotel services will come at a premium. You have additional services like wifi- connectivity and parking as well. ... read more
Europe has the best intra-continental transit system. It's trains are acclaimed for their speed and comfort. The trains pass throught sceninc routes, and it's always a pleasure to sit back in your seat and watch the European countryside whirl past.
Here's an overview of what I have planned for you. I have avoided flights to/from Paris since they are more expensive and take longer (almost 4 hours more) than either Brussels or Geneva.
LEG 1 - India (Delhi) to Brussels (Belgium)
Mode: International flight (One stop).
Duration:... read more