Eurorail to Paris

From Zurich, our journey continued as we boarded the Eurorail to Paris, a remarkable experience that whisked us away at speeds of up to 300km/hr. Upon arriving in the City of Light, we embarked on a guided city tour that unraveled the rich heritage of France. Our first stop was at the iconic Arc de Triomphe, an architectural marvel commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte. We then cruised along the renowned Avenue des Champs-Élysées, where we beheld more grandeur, including the Place de la Concorde.

At the heart of this square, we marveled at the spectacular Luxor obelisk, a monument that has graced the Place de la Concorde since its erection in 1836. Our journey continued with a visit to the tomb of Napoleon I, housed under the majestic golden Dôme des Invalides. Of course, we couldn’t miss a visit to the renowned Louvre Museum, where history and art converged.

The highlight of our Parisian adventure was ascending to the topmost level of the Eiffel Tower, an experience that left us in awe of the breathtaking panoramic view of the entire city. Following this, we embarked on a leisurely cruise along the serene Seine River, delving even deeper into the rich history of Paris.

The next day brought about entertainment and lighthearted fun as we explored Disneyland, making unforgettable memories in the magical world of fantasy and adventure

We would like to thank Young Edsplorer , Mr R Sanyal and our Bus captain Drago for taking good care of us.


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