Not sure about your division of days at present but you can try visiting the below places:- Paris
1)Tour De Eiffel
2)Champ De Mars
4)Notre Dame Cathedral
5)Louvre Museum and get your picture clicked in front of the trademark glass pyramid.This is where the famous Mona Lisa painting is kept.
5)Orsay Museum (if you are interested in Museums)
6)The Stade de France if you a football fan.It is the stadium for Paris Saint German football team.
7)Palais Garnier or the Opera House - This is absolutely beautiful from the inside
8)On an evening you must go to the famous Champ Elysees street.Its a long street with good eatery joints available and expensive brands for shopping.
9)Arc de triomph-This can be covered while walking through the Champ Elysees street as its on 1 end of the street with large round wheel on the other.
10)While walking through Champ elysees you can also get a view of Grand Palais and the Petit palais.
All of the above can be covered in 2 days
If you still have a day remaining you can either visit to Versailly museum which is a little on the outskirts of Paris or go to the Disneyland. Amsterdam-You can visit the Amsterdam City center and do a canal tour crossing various bridges.Also,you can visit the Madam Tussaud museum which is pretty close to Amsterdam Central Station or walk through the local market.You can also visit Den Hague.Amsterdam is a smaller city in comparison to Paris and is famous for its scenic beauty.There is not a lot to cover as such if you are a typical tourist.
Hey that's nice, please check following travel itineraries for planning your solo trip to Amsterdam and Paris. Do share your travel stories on Tripoto after coming back home. Have a safe and memorable trip!
Hey, this is the best time to visit Amsterdam. Streets become peaceful and queues in most of the tourists attractions become shorter. Some advices while you are in Amsterdam. 1. Try to find a stay close to Centraal Station. It connects directly to Airport line. There are lot small hotels at walking distance. 2. Centraal is the hub of all the attraction Amsterdam is known for. 3. You may walk in to any cafe and ask for Mariujna. Good ones start from about 4 Euros. 4. Zaanse Schans is a must visit. Its around 40 minutes from Centraal Station in a bus. You cross the station and go to the other side to take the bus. 5. Once in Zaanse Schans, don't forget to buy fresh cheese and Dutch waffles. They make it fresh there. Let me know if you need some more information
I'm so happy to answer this question for you because I went to exactly those two cities last year! Great on your visa approval. As you might've already searched for Amsterdam itineraries and I'm sure you know the must visits already so I won't talk about the Museums and Red light District. Here are my most favourite ones which are slightly off beat -
1. ADAM Lookout Swing (Highest Swing in all of Europe) - €17,50
2. NDSM Werf - My absolute fav place to chill (Take a free ferry from Amsterdam Centraal) It's a dockyard turned into a cultural centre with a manmade beach of sorts and this awesome cafe called Pllek
3. Vondelpark is an amazing and beautiful place for peace and relaxing.
Do try Poffertjes and Stroopwaffles. I didn't stay much in Paris but a few off beats and lovely places would be 1. Tour Maine-Montparnasse - It's similar to going up Eiffel Tower but in this one you'll have Eiffel Tower in the picture too so even better and cheaper!
2. Petite Ceinture - It's some abandoned railways tracks with beautiful graffiti if you can't find it. 3. You have to try the Crêpes and everything French!
1. Start with booking your international flight tickets at the earliest. Best rates are available if you book at least 3 months in advance
2. Book inter country flight tickets on local low budget airlines like EasyJet , Ryn Airlines etc.
3. Book apartments or stay in hostel. Cook one meal . Or buy breakfast etc from grocery stores instead of eating in restaurant. Its much cheaper.