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DAYS STAY : LONDON --- 2 NIGHTS ,BELGIUM -- 1 NIGHTS ,PARIS – 2 NIGHTS ,SWITERLAND -- 3 NIGHTS , ITALY – 3 NIGHTS ( TUSCANY ,ROME ,MILAN )
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LONDON OVERVIEW : The City of London, the capital of United Kingdom is a year-round tourist destination. London is the largest city in Europe and located astride the famous river of Thames. This is the home for most of the international organizations and the city is headed by the Lord Mayor of London. The city of London has its own police force; call City of London police. London is considered as both business and tourist destination and visited by millions of people annually. The Heathrow Airport, London considered as the busiest airport in the world. City of London provides many attractions for visitors. You can visit London museums, see Royal palaces and activities, relax on London parks and many more places for bed and dine. London is considered an expensive city in the world and even though its home for many foreign migrants, still keeping its traditional heritage and surrounding. The city of London is consists of different sub areas and they have separate postal code for each. Many events taken place in London annually and city provides a good transport system also. London underground is convenient and cheap way of traveling. London is the selected venue for year 2012 Olympics and infrastructure work already started for that.
BELGIUM OVERVIEW : Belgium is a small, highly developed and densely populated country (10 million of inhabitants) at the cross-roads of Western Europe. Belgium is one of the founding members of the European Community, and its capital, Brussels, is also the capital of the European Union. It is a federal state, with 3 relatively autonomous regions: Flanders in the north, where the language is Dutch ("Flemish"), Wallonia in the south, where the language is French, and the centrally located Brussels, which is officially bilingual. Belgium's rich history has left impressive churches, town halls, castles and works of art, dating back to the early Middle Ages, spread around the cities and country-side. Belgium has possibly the highest "quality of life" in the world, as testified by its excellent food, housing, health care, education and infrastructure, its world records for high productivity and low poverty, and the appreciation of foreigners residing in Belgium. For a personal view on what distinguishes Belgium and the Belgian character (good living, pragmatism, food and drink, open-mindedness, compromise, privacy ...), check my "Essay on Belgian Culture".
PARIS OVERVIEW : Paris, "The City of Lights", is synonymous with romance. Blessed with enchanting and beautiful landscape, it is a popular tourist destination. Paris has to offer something for everyone and attracts people from all wakes of life irrespective of age, culture, milieu, gender, and nationality. The charm of the city lies in its warmth and romance which is exuded in the attitude and outlook of Parisian. If your soul is seeking for the right place to express its identity, your heart looking for love, then Paris may be the abode you are searching for. The congeniality and warmth of the place and people have the power to breathe life into your otherwise, lifeless soul. You can see Paris coming to life when the whole city is lit up at night. Discover yourself in the rich culture and heritage of the city. Paris is famous for its world famous landmarks, parks, museums, galleries, institutions. Nowhere will you find a galaxy of gallery in a single place. Today, it finds a place among major global cities because of its influence in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science and the arts. Paris is one of the world’s leading business and cultural centers.
SWITERZERLAND OVERVIEW : The mountains of course; they are magnificent. The Rhône valley and its side valleys is really splendid. Switzerland has four main languages: German (65%), French (18%), Italian (10%) and Raetoroman (1%). Most of the people are bilingual. Federal republic in west central Europe, bounded on the north by France and Germany, on the east by Austria and Liechtenstein, on the south by Italy, and on the west by France. The country has an area of 41,288 sq km (15,941 sq mi). Its largest city is Zürich, and the capital is Bern. Switzerland is one of the most mountainous countries of Europe, Switzerland is a landlocked country geographically divided between the Alps, the Swiss Plateau and the Jura, spanning an area of 41,285 km2(15,940 sq mi). While the Alps occupy the greater part of the territory, the Swiss population of approximately 7.9 million people is concentrated mostly on the Plateau, where the largest cities are to be found. Among them are the two global cities and economic centers of Zurich and Geneva.
ITALY OVERVIEW : Ultimate Italy is a resource to discover "about Italy" focusing on everything about the "best of Italy"; the cities, Italian piazzas, the latest picks of restaurants, pizzerias, bars and cafes, Italian lifestyle, the nature from Italian national parks, Alps to the breathtaking Islands. You can find not only Italy travel & tourism information but an insight into the famous people of Italy, Italian fashion, the culture, history and arts.
Italy's flourishing tourist trade has been truly rewarded by its panoramic natural resources "the majestic Alps in the north, the soft and green hills of Tuscany & Umbria, the romantically rugged landscape of the S Apennines and the Bay of Naples, dominated by Mt. Vesuvius, is one of the world's most famous sights."
Europe is a continent that comprises the westernmost part of Eurasia. Europe is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. To the east and southeast, Europe is generally considered as separated from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways of the Turkish Straits. Yet the borders of Europe—a concept dating back to classical antiquity—are arbitrary, as the primarily physiographic term "continent" also incorporates cultural and political elements.