239 Kms from Deauville
Heathrow called "The busiest airport in the United Kingdom" You would experience this upon arrival.There is an rail link connecting Heathrow and London city. This could work out cheaper and convenient. This Heathrow Express has free wifi too. The Oyster card! A boon to ease travel in London.Hop in and hop off the undergrounds, buses all with this magical card. This will definitely ease all your local travel concerns in the city.There are several offers on buying this card with the London Pass.London Pass - a sightseeing pass for tourists. It consists of a smart card which entitles the holder fast track entries to several attractions (Definitely not all ;)You could choose either of these depending on your duration of stay and travel needs while in London.Once you get your Oyster card in place you are unstoppable. Explore London by bus,underground or walk. Notes to help you plan your days in london better. Piccadilly Circus,Trafalgar Square,Big Ben,London Eye could be your plan for one day.You could reach the Piccadilly Circus from where ever you stay with the convenient underground.
172 Kms from Deauville
I was entering the city just as the Parisian skyline was turning into a crimson hue and that was a sight I will always remember as the bus drove along the majestic Siene River with the river looking just like a mirror reflecting the city skyline. I had booked a studio apartment near the Avenue des Champs-Élysées.After checking in, I had my breakfast at Mc Donalds as I was running really short on cash by now. Some of the non-clichéd Parisian attractions were the order of the day. I went to visit Père Lachaise Cemetery where the legendary poet and singer Jim Morrison is buried. I also visited the Catacombs. The Catacombs of Paris are underground ossuaries in Paris, France, which hold the remains of more than six million people in a small part of the ancient Mines of Paris tunnel network. Located south of the former city gate "Barrière d’Enfer" (Gate of Hell) beneath Rue de la Tombe-Issoire, the ossuary was founded when city officials had two simultaneous problems: a series of cave-ins beginning 1774, and overflowing cemeteries, particularly Saint Innocents. Nightly processions of bones from 1786 to 1788 transferred remains from cemeteries to the reinforced tunnels, and more remains were added during later years. After this eerie experience I went to the Louvre Museum, one of the most iconic one is the whole world. As I had a European student card, I could buy tickets for only 12 euros instead of the regular 48 euros. I tried to cover as much as I could but I found out that 2 full days were also not enough to cover the entire museum. In the evening I sat at a famous Parisian Café having French delicacies like Macarons and croissants.
284 Kms from Deauville
Many people fly in to London every year for tourism, This Oxford city which is just 2 hours drive from London must be included into your itinerary to get the view to real English architecture.
283 Kms from Deauville
3.City of bath
258 Kms from Deauville
Great area for graffiti and outdoor parks, small town but a lot to see! Shopping and great food.