If there is one place I absolutely cannot miss while in Paris, it’s Disneyland. I just can’t resist the opportunity to be a child again– take pictures with my favorite cartoon characters, ride awesome roller coasters and feast on huge cotton candies.
Almost everyone I talked to before my trip to Paris suggested a trip to the Château de Versailles. Words used to describe it were ‘beautiful’, ‘breathtaking’, ‘magnificent’, ‘grand’… that was enough to make me allocate a whole day to visit the palace.
How do you spend a week in summer in Paris? My plan was to hit the most popular places first, and then make my way to the rest of Paris and beyond. I’m glad to say I’ve experienced Paris, and had a ball of a time.
This city sits on the shores of Lake Geneva and is surrounded by the Alps and the Jura. Visiting Geneva, even just for a day was like a dream come true for me. The city is so beautiful, it looks like a dream.
Zermatt is a pretty village tucked deep in the Swiss Alps and home to the mesmerizing Mount Matterhorn. With snow so white and scenery so beautiful… it’s like walking into a picture.
I had one of the best times of my life in Tomorrowland. I sang and danced, made friends with random people, got lost and confused too… but it was an experience of a lifetime. So if it’s your first time, here are some tips on what to expect.
Antwerp alludes beauty in its classic historical buildings, and fascinates visitors with its mixture of history, art and fashion… so with only a day to see it all, I didn’t waste any time!
The words cheap and fast are hardly associated with Paris. Here are a couple of steps I took to ensure that I did not get caught in the crowds or spend too much money– it made my planning so much easier. Time and budget wise, I kept on track!
It’s the icons, the landmarks and authentic Parisian experiences that made my trip to Paris wonderful– Doing everything in this list evoked that sense of wonder and I can now say, “I’ve been to Paris.”