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- 3 Star Accommodation
- All Taxes included
- Free Wi-Fi
- Local Sightseeing
- Local Transfer by A/c pvt Cab
- Non-Alcoholic drink on arrival
- Price per person on twin sharing
- Adventure Fee's Pay directly if Required
- Personal expenses
- Personal Shopping
- Tourist Place Entry if Required
Art & Culture
A tireless innovator of art and culture, London is a city of ideas and the imagination. Londoners have always been fiercely independent thinkers (and critics), but until not so long ago people were suspicious of anything they considered avant-garde. That’s in the past now, and the city’s creative milieu is streaked with left-field attitude, whether it’s theatrical innovation, contemporary art, pioneering music, writing, poetry, architecture or design. Food is another creative arena that has become a tireless obsession in certain circles.
This city is deeply multicultural, with one in three Londoners foreign-born, representing 270 nationalities and 300 tongues. Britain may have voted for Brexit (although the majority of Londoners didn’t), but for now London remains one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, and diversity infuses daily life, food, music and fashion. It even penetrates intrinsically British institutions; the British Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum have collections as varied as they are magnificent, while the flavours at centuries-old Borough Market run the full global gourmet spectrum.
A Tale of Two Cities
London is as much about wide-open vistas and leafy landscape escapes as it is high-density, sight-packed urban exploration. Central London is where the major museums, galleries and most iconic sights congregate, but visit Hampstead Heath or the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to flee the crowds and frolic in wide open green expanses. You can also venture further out to Kew Gardens, Richmond or Hampton Court Palace for beautiful panoramas of riverside London followed by a pint in a quiet waterside pub.
- Day 1 - Welcome to Goa
- Day 2 - North Goa Tour
- Day 3 - South Goa Tour with Transfer
"Today" we have Transfer For Resort Where we booked accommodation for you.
Our cab will be ready to welcome you at the arrival station. After Check in Remaining half Day explore Baga Beach back to the hotel.
We can visit at the night by walking to Goa's Famous Calangute Beach.
"Today" After Breakfast will start to Explore Costal Sightseeing of North Goa.
Visiting Places :
Central Jail, Aguada Fort, Sequerium Beach, Condolim Beach, Calangute & Baga Beach, Anjuna & Vagator Beach ,Chhapora Fort and back to Resort
"Today" after breakfast will check out from the hotel and proceed to South Goa Tour. first of all will explore Basilica Of Bomb Jesus, St.Cathedral Museum & Church, Augustine Tower, Dona Paula, Panaji city, merry immaculate of conception of church, Miramar Beach and Drop to Transfer.
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One of the world's most visited cities, London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times.
Tower of London
The unmissable Tower of London (actually a castle of 22 towers) offers a window into a gruesome and compelling history. A former royal residence, treasury, mint, armoury and zoo, it's perhaps now most remembered as the prison where a king, three queens and many nobles met their deaths. Come here to see the colourful Yeoman Warders (or Beefeaters), the spectacular Crown Jewels, the soothsaying ravens and armour fit for a very large king.
Standing 135m high in a fairly flat city, the London Eye affords views 25 miles in every direction, weather permitting. Interactive tablets provide great information (in six languages) about landmarks as they appear in the skyline. Each rotation – or 'flight' – takes a gracefully slow 30 minutes. At peak times (July, August and school holidays) it can feel like you'll spend more time in the queue than in the capsule; book premium fast-track tickets to jump the queue.
Museum of London
As entertaining as it is educational, the Museum of London meanders through the various incarnations of the city, stopping off in Roman Londinium and Saxon Ludenwic before eventually ending up in the 21st-century metropolis. Interesting objects and interactive displays work together to bring each era to life, without ever getting too whiz-bang, making this one of the capital's best museums. Free themed tours take place throughout the day; check the signs by the entrance for times.