Hi, we would like to travel to Europe from Malaysia for two week's. Anyone can suggestion itinerary place to visit Europe. (place must visit Paris & London)
Wherever you decide to go, don't rush. Spend a week in each place. You won't enjoy your trip if you're constantly rushing around. And you won't get a feel for the local 'vibe' in just a few days.
You'll need a travel day between the two cities anyways. Add in the jetlag and you've got less time than you think. Chill and enjoy yourself...
Come to Bordeaux in South West France. Lovely place, good wines, super restaurants and terrasses!
In next july Bordeaux will be at 2 hours from Paris by High Speed Train (TGV)
Watch some photos here Tourist Office Website
Have a good trip!
I would suggest that you do not fly into Paris-the airport is horrendous (officially one of the worst in the world!) Try flying into a European city of your choice, and flying out from London-most airlines have this flexibility. Amsterdam is a very easy airport to fly in to, and has a good train connection in to the city. Spend a couple of days there. From Amsterdam, trains are a good way to travel to Paris-pre-book it-takes about 4 hours straight there to Gare du Nord Station.Trains have wifi and offer snacks.Or you can take a couple of days stop off in Brussels first, as the train passes through there. You could also go by train from Amsterdam into Germany-train travel is easy in Germany-I have enjoyed visiting Cologne, Berlin, Munich, Nuremberg. You can take lots of day trips from these cities-from Munich I arranged a day trip which took in Neuschwanstein Castle, Linderhof Palace, Oberammergau-only about 2 hours from Munich. Also from Munich to Dachau by local train-tour concentration camp, but also nice old city with great art gallery and a small castle. If you decide on Berlin, much to see, great nightlife and lots of possible day trips. Take train from Germany to Paris-spend a few days there at least.Can catch the Eurostar to London from Paris. I have flown from Malay to Europe several times and jet lag was never an issue-make your first couple of days low key and you'll be fine.
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Hi! I suggest you to focus on3 cities, so to have time to explore and not rush. Amsterdam is very typical with its canals, Paris with its old streets, exhibitions, the Seine (and food), Berlin is very wide, Venice is very special (being an island, lots of old buildings, canals, exhibitions)... it depends on what you like and is more attractive or different for you...