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Paris

Paris, the city of romance, is the most visited place in the world. Toured by more than 20 million people, this French capital is home to some of the most iconic structures like the Eiffel Tower, museums like the Louvre, several happening boulevards, and several artistic treasures. People from all over the world visit Paris to feel the magical and amazing vibe that it oozes out and the lovable culture here can win you over with just one trip.It is popularly also called the “Fashion Capital of the World” and it hosts various fashion events throughout the year. The city remains at the forefront of international trends and many established boutiques and shops are a quintessential part of any visit.

Also, the city houses some of the many world-famous Michelin Star restaurants as well as some cozy bistros. So for the foodie in you, you will not be disappointed in Paris. Along with this, there are several boulangeries (bakeries), patisseries, and cheese shops that will make you just stay and keep tasting the delicious food items.The city is also home to various adventurous activities like Quad-bike trek, Bubble football, Indoor-freefall simulator, Hoverboard ride and Skydiving. Hosting the world’s biggest cycle event, Tour de France, the city attracts many adventure enthusiasts and cycling lovers.

Each and every season in Paris brings in an environment of joy here. The year starts with winter and lasts till February. Next followed by Spring, it lasts till May, June welcomes Summer season in Paris and lasts till August. Autumn starts in September and lasts until December.The average temperature of the city ranges from 8-degree Celsius to 25-degree Celsius. 

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Nice

It wouldn’t take more than a visit for you to understand why English aristocrats and Impressionist painters were driven to Nice. With its spectacular seaside scenery, sunny and pleasant weather, the majestic city seems to leave no stone unturned to mesmerize its visitors. 

Enveloped by the azure blue waters of the Baie des Anges and guarded by the foothills of the Maritime Alps, Nice experiences a mild and soothing climate all round the year. The city was originally discovered in the 1820s by the British as an appealing winter resort. Today, it still happens to be one of the most fascinating tourist attractions in the world.

Regarded as the center of the French Riviera, Nice is the ideal starting point for a tourist on holiday, before exploding the glistening coastline of Côte d'Azur.     

Nice is one place, where you can go to simply enjoy a holiday. The beauty of the gardens and the sea have that mesmerizing Mediterranean vibe associated with it which will keep the visitors yearning for more. More over the distinctive Italian character of the city, also adds to it beauty. Whether strolling the famous Promenade des Anglais or wandering the quaint cobblestone streets, you’ll be only delighted at every stop of your visit to Nice.

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Located in the camargue region of southern France, near the mouth of River Rhone, Marseille is known as the second most populous city of the country. Founded by Greek settlers in 600 BC, Marseille is also believed to be the oldest city of France. The flamboyant multicultural port city of Marseille is known popularly for its well-preserved history, rich culture, marvellous architecture, and pristine beaches. Marseille is packed with a myriad of monumental and heritage landmarks including Palais Longchamp, Cathédrale La Major, and Abbaye Saint-Victor.

A plethora of parks and gardens including Parc Borély and Calanques National Park also adorn the city. With exuberant open-air shopping destinations like La Canebière, Marseille is a great destination for shoppaholics. There are also many other exciting things to do in Marseille, such as exploring the Egyptian and classical antiquities at La Vieille Charité, taking a hiking trip at Calanque de Port-Miou, sunbathing at the picturesque beaches of Massif des Calanques, and sipping some coffee & enjoying the breathtaking views at Old Port.

Marseille experiences a Mediterranean climate with hot and dry summers and cool and windy winters. The best time to visit Marseille is during the months of April, May, September, and October, when the weather is pleasant and balmy, perfect for moving around the city and exploring all the popular places to visit in Marseille. The warm and mild weather during these months is also suitable for visiting the beaches of the city and engaging in all the fun and thrilling water activities, such as kayaking, swimming, sailing, scuba diving, and windsurfing.

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Lyon

Lyon is the second-largest city in France. It is located at the confluence of rivers about 470 km south of Paris, 320 km north of Marseille, and 56 km northeast of Saint-Étienne. Lyon has been ranked as one of the most attractive cities in France because of its beautiful picturesque settings and scenic natural views. The city is recognized for its cuisine and gastronomy, and historical and architectural landmarks. The majestic Basilica Notre-Dame de Fourvière, situated atop Fourvière hill is a magnificent white church ornamented with mosaics and stained glass.

The unique architecture features a bell tower with a golden statue of the Virgin Mary. The ancient theatre of Fourvière is a monument on the left bank of the Saône River. The theater has a decorated floor, steep seating galleries, and the foundations of a large stage which can have 10,000 spectators at its peak. Lyon is famous for Traboules which are delightful renaissance passageways running beneath buildings in the direction of the Saône River. It was constructed to protect the delicate fabric like silk from inclement weather as it was transported from one spot to another.

To learn more about the city as well as marvel at some of the notable places you can head out on Hop-On Hop-Off Tour of Lyon, wine tasting tours, evening food tasting tours, and culinary walking tour with food tasting. The climate of Lyon is a humid subtropical climate as it borders the oceanic climate. The mean winter temperature is 3.2 °C (37.8 °F)  and the mean summer temperature is 22 °C (71.6 °F). 

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The ancient French city of Carcassonne is a wholesome package of mediaeval castles, museums of fine arts and lavish gardens that offers impressive sights to enjoy. In the fortified city whose history dates back to the sixth century BC you’d find iconic castles like Château Comtal which has been listed in the UNESCO heritage sites. The largest city of Europe, holds its importance in history owing to the existence of fortified settlement in pre-Roman period and outstanding infrastructure. Due to its strategic location between the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean sea, the city has been an important part of historic trade routes and crucial to the economy of the country. The large defences around the castles, streets and the cathedral dedicated to Saint Peter are reminiscent of Carcassonne’s fine Gothic infrastructure.   

The city is a perfect family tour destination where you could explore diverse places with kids. You can take your kids on a trip to the haunted hill house of La Maison Hantee and make their journey memorable. Other attractions that you may try while visiting Carcassonne, France are Le Jardin Du Calvaire, Musée des Beaux-Arts and a themed water park called Le Parc Australien. You will love the intricately designed stone statues and ornate carvings at the garden, renaissance era paintings at the museum and thrilling rides at the water park. The months of April to October are the most suitable for planning a trip to the city as the temperature is favourable and you may encounter less crowd than usual.

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Experience the beauty of Corniche Kennedy, a picturesque seaside promenade in Marseille, France. Admire the stunning Mediterranean views and the allure of the coastal cliffs. Discover the cultural significance of this iconic stretch, immortalized by author Jean-Claude Izzo. A must-visit destination for travelers seeking coastal charm and literary inspiration on the enchanting Corniche Kennedy in Marseille.

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Marking the old entrance point of the city, Porte d’Aix is an exam plate triumphal arch. The design of this amazing historical site is inspired by the majestic Roman Empire's triumphal arches. As one of the major Marseille attractions, this historic monument is visited by hundreds and hundreds of tourists every year from around the globe. 

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Musee de la Moto or the Museum of Motorbike is an old factory reconstructed and renovated to house one of the most exclusive bike museums in Marseille. The museum houses about 200 bikes on its premises, ranging from the ancient petrol tricycle to major recent acquisitions. The museum also has various workshops for automotive lovers who are visiting the museum for a more real experience other than just observing.

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One of the late Renaissance-style Turin attractions with a view of the River Po is called the Church of Santa Maria al Monte dei Cappuccini. Its construction started in 1584, and the year 1656 saw its consecration after being designed by Ascanio Vitozzi. It is located at the peak of the mountain, and Architecture-wise, the building is designed as a Greek cross with an octagonal tambour dome on top.

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The Massif des Calanques is a rugged and adventurous terrain, spanning over 20km length. This terrain is great for hiking, swimming, and boating and has been protected by the city as a part of the national park. Visitors can also enjoy several other activities like kayaking, and rock climbing, and even visit the nude beaches in this region along the coast. 

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The breathtaking group of four islands known as the Frioul archipelago is among the most beautiful of Marseille attractions. This cluster of islands is a great chance to learn about the vibrant wildlife and vegetation on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Visitors will enjoy the crystal clear water of the Mediterranean and a colorful seabed during their trip to the island. 

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The La Vieille Charite used to be an almshouse and today features one of the most popular museums and places to visit in Marseille. As an up-and-coming cultural center, this structure features very prominent elements of the neoclassic architecture style. The main structure houses the Museum of Mediterranean Archeology, the Museum of African Arts, the Museum of Amerindian Arts, and the Museum of Oceanic Arts.

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The Calanque de Port Miou is one of the best places to visit in Marseille and is one of the three big Cassis Calanques. This stunning location is great for family walks and enjoying a magnificent view of the Cap Camarillo with its wonderful cliffs, blue waters, and pine forest. Serving as a natural shelter to boats, and housing around 550 boats. 

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The Cathedral of Turin is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Turin in northern Italy. The Archbishops of Turin reside in this building, which is dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. The Chapel of the Holy Shroud, where the Shroud of Turin currently resides, was constructed between 1668 and 1694 and was designed by Guarino Guarini.

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Northern Italy's Turin is home to the Royal Palace of Savoy, a historic palace dating back to the early 19th century. After its initial construction in the 16th century, Christine Marie of France commissioned the Baroque architect Filippo Juvarra to redesign the building for a more contemporary look in the 17th century.

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The Marseille History Museum is one of the most wonderful things to see in Marseille, it's an amazing historical and archeological museum. As one of the most significant museums in France, this site hosts major exhibitions for the archeological finds excavated at the same spot. The museum’s outside garden which is home to several stabilized archeological remains includes classical ramparts, a necropolis and port buildings.

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The Vallette neighborhood of Turin, Italy is home to Juventus F.C. and its all-seater football stadium, Juventus Stadium, which is officially named for a sponsor as the Allianz Stadium. With more victories and victories in the Italian league than any other team, Juventus is one of the country's oldest and most successful Turin attractions and clubs.

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Giardini Reali di Torino are gardens planned by André Le Nôtre, who also created the grounds at Versailles. These Turin attractions were established in the late seventeenth century within the medieval defended ramparts. It is the perfect place to relax in nature after touring the apartments of Palazzo Reale, as the garden is decorated with statues, flowerbeds, and fountains (representing Triton and sea nymphs).

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Located in northern Italy's Turin, the Chapel of the Holy Shroud is a Roman Catholic church designed in the Baroque style and dedicated to housing the Shroud of Turin, a sacred relic widely held to be the burial shroud of Jesus of Nazareth. It is next to the Turin Royal Palace and may be found just outside the Turin Cathedral.

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One of Turin's oldest places of worship is the sanctuary of the Consolata, also known as the Church of Santa Maria della Consolazione. In addition to being a significant landmark in Turin, the Santuario della Consolata serves as a historical time capsule. It has extremely old roots and is closely related to the veneration of the Virgin Mary who is referred to as Consolatrice.

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The Old port of Marseille houses some of the best places to visit in Marseille. The lovely yacht marina features vibrant cafés, and seafood restaurants, and is guarded by centuries old Fort Saint Jean. It is also a great spot for enjoying the nightlife in Marseille as it features many amazing late night bars and clubs.

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The Egyptian Museum in Turin, Piedmont, Italy, is a museum dedicated to the study of Egyptian culture and history. With more than 30,000 objects, it has one of the world's most significant treasures of Egyptian antiquities. And, being one of the prime Turin attractions is second only to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo in terms of importance to the study of Egyptology. In 2019, it was one of the most popular museums in Italy, drawing in 853,320 visitors.

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As the first national park in Europe to be both marine and terrestrial, the Calanques National Park is among the top places to visit in Marseille. The island is known for its beautifully blended island and peri urban features. Covering around 5000 hectares of a majestic land, this national park is visible at a length of 20km on the coastline.

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Named after a local soldier, saint and martyr, Victor of Marseilles, this historic former abbey was founded during the Roman period. Through the abbey, visitors take a deep dive into the religious history of this city, and it is a landmark for the locals. The abbey attracts visitors with its delightful features like crypts, chapels, and sarcophagi. 

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Mucem

The Museum is European and Mediterranean civilisations or Mucem is a national museum on the top of the list of places to visit in Marseille. This beautiful and historic attraction opened its doors in 2013 and since then has been a platform for discussing the history, foundations, and issues of the Mediterranean.

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Eglise Saint Laurent is a parish church nestled in the oldest districts of Marseille, one of the major Marseille attractions and historic sites. This religious heritage is known for its Roman features and its religious importance in the fisherman’s district. The current phase of the church stands over the ruins of a much older church in the Babon castle.

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One of the most well-known places to visit in Turin, Piazza San Carlo is framed by twin churches and surrounded by cafes, shops, and architectural marvels.Since its construction in the middle of the 17th century, it has served as a gathering place for the Torinese. Located somewhat to the south of center Turin. The impressive statue of EmanueleFiliberto, a Duke of Savoy in the 16th century, dominates the square.

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Built to bring water to the city, this historic monument is among the most popular places to visit in Marseille. The iconic structure is surrounded by a beautiful park and is known for being a true architectural achievement. In addition to the water reservoir, the place also houses two museums and a large garden which are open to the public for exploration.

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The Parco del Valentino, sometimes called Valentino Park, is one of the well-liked open things to see in Turin. It may be found on the Po River's west bank. The Parco del Valentino also features botanical gardens, a replica of a medieval village, and paved pathways that were once a racetrack. Hop-on, hop-off bus routes pass through the Parco del Valentino, and the park is a popular pit station for leisurely cycle tours around Turin.

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Villa De Regina is a Savoy mansion located in Turin's proximity to the city's heart and is surrounded by beautiful gardens. It is one of the Turin attractions that was constructed as a monument to the splendor of the House of Savoy. Formerly the hilltop Vigna di Corte of Cardinal Maurizio and Princess Ludovica, this palace became a popular destination for duchesses, queens, and princesses to host ceremonies and enjoy leisure activities.

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The Valentino Castle, also known as Castello del Valentino, is one of the historical Turin attractions. The Politecnico di Torino's Department of Architecture calls Parcodel Valentino home. In 1997, it was included in the Royal Palace of Savoy's inscription to the World Heritage List. The origins of the name Valentino can be traced back to 1275, when a relic of St. Valentine was kept in a local church.

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Turin, Italy is home to the former palace known as the Palazzo Carignano. Those of the Princes of Carignano dynasty, who were related to the king and queen, made their home there. The distinctively rounded exterior of this building has earned it widespread renown. Princess Marie-Louise of Savoy had her beginnings there as well. It is one of the places to visit in Turin where Italy's first monarch, Vittorio Emanuele II, was born, and is conveniently located close to Turin's larger Royal Palace.

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Piazza Castello is one of the popular things to see in Turin for locals to gather for after-work drinks due to its sophisticated atmosphere and constant tram traffic. The Royal Palace, the palace in the center known as Palazzo Madama, the opera house Teatro Regio, and many other significant landmarks can all be found in this incredible location.

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The Chateau d'if is a stunning fortress and iconic monument nestled on the île d’lf island situated about a few minutes away from the city of Marseille. Built in the 16th century this iconic fortress is among some of the best places to visit in Marseille. The fort once served as a prison and continued to do so till the 19th century, later on becoming a public landmark and an important part of the history of Marseille.

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Built in 1666 and commissioned by Louis XIV, the La Canebiere is a historic site that is a must-see in Marseille attractions. This is a kilometer long street that has been bustling as the shopping avenue of Marseille for years now. Built over 3 different parts over the centuries, visitors can see the mark of how the architectural styles of various periods have shaped this road.

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Turin's cosmopolitan hub, Porta Palazzo is one of the greatest places to visit in Turin to mingle with locals and visitors from all walks of life. Every day, the largest market in all of Europe takes place in its central plaza. Items ranging from food and clothing to antiques and modern conveniences will be available. All five of your senses will be satiated by these markets

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Also known as the Cathedral of Sainte Marie Majeure, the Cathedral La Major was built after 200 years of a hiatus and is compared to the size of the St. basilica in Rome. Built-in the 19th century, the construction of one of the iconic Marseille attractions was considered to be as innovative as that of a railway station.

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The Orange Velodrome or the State Velodrome is one of the most popular places and multi-purpose stadiums in the city of Marseille. The stadium has 67000 seats and is used for various sports and events in the city. The Marseille tourist office arranges guided stadium tours with access to all the parts of the place including the press room, stands and even the player's tunnel.

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The Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile is a museum of cars in Turin, northern Italy, and was established by Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia. Nearly two-hundred vehicles from eighty different automakers and eight different countries are on display at the museum. The museum itself is housed in a structure that was constructed in the 1960s and features three stories.

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Also known as the Cathedral of Sainte Marie Majeure, the Cathedral La Major was built after 200 years of a hiatus and is compared to the size of the St. basilica in Rome. Built-in the 19th century, the construction of one of the iconic Marseille attractions was considered to be as innovative as that of a railway station.

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The Conquer Mediterranee is the replica of a centuries old cave that preserves the work and history of our ancestors. Hidden well beneath the surface of the water, this unique destination is a beautiful collection of art, fossils, footprints and much more, which was brought above the water by experienced scuba diver Henri Cosquer. The museum is home to more than 480 objects that are approximately 30000 years old and feature painted work, engraved rocks, footprints of hands, traces of hearth and more.

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Also known as the Cathedral of Sainte Marie Majeure, the Cathedral La Major was built after 200 years of a hiatus and is compared to the size of the St. basilica in Rome. Built-in the 19th century, the construction of one of the iconic Marseille attractions was considered to be as innovative as that of a railway station.

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The Borgo Medievale is a rebuilt medieval settlement and castle that is located in Turin, Italy. It may be found along the Po River's bank in the park named after the city's patron saint, Parco del Valentino. This is one of the places to visit in Turin that was erected for the Italian general exposition of 1884, and was designed to look like a late-medieval building typical of the Piedmont area.

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The art collections amassed by the House of Savoy are on exhibit at the Galleria Sabauda in Turin. Works from the Savoy-Carignano Picture Gallery, the Royal Palace of Turin, and the Palazzo Durazzo in Genoa are all brought together in this exhibition space. When the palace was turned into the senators' new home, the Egyptian Museum was relocated to the Academy of Sciences.

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13 December 2019
Excellent
Visiting Disneyland in Paris has always been a dream of mine and I get to thoroughly enjoy it. My idea of pre-booking the tickets was on point. I really didn't want to take any chances. Every moment I spent there was magical and I even got past the queue pretty fast. If you are going to visit Disneyland you better get an advance ticket booked, trust me it really helps.
18 November 2019
Excellent
The best part about the cruise was the breathtaking view that it served. The commentator in the ship was well informed and gave us great insights throughout the cruise. The trip lasted for about 30 minutes and we got to take a couple of very elegant pictures of the city from the cruise.
22 January 2020
Anjushree Namboothiri Seine River Cruise Paris
Excellent
We enjoyed an evening cruise on the beautiful waters of the Seine river. The experience was refreshing and we enjoyed the entire cruise. The ship was well maintained and smoothly managed by the people present there. I really like to thank Thrillophilia for its seamless service. I would recommend this cruise to everyone visiting Paris.
16 November 2019
Excellent
We got the 1:00 PM tour of the La Vallée Village for some much needed shopping that we wanted to do. We shopped and also enjoyed a good meal at the village. There was some really cool stuff that we bought including souvenirs.
12 January 2020
Excellent
The transport to La Vallée Village was very comfortable. The pickup and drop off was conducted very well. I and my partner engaged in a good shopping escapade where we spent hours buying various things. The village is one of the prominent places to shop and have a good time, overall. I would recommend every person who wants to get into some shopping should definitely visit La Vallee Village. It is worth every penny.
Vaishnavi Mehrotra Picasso National Museum Tickets
Excellent
The Picasso National Museum carried a ton of history. From the painting to the sculptures to the actual design of the museum everything is historical. Me, being a history buff I was engrossed in the place.
14 October 2019
Excellent
What an elegant place to discover. I always wanted to visit Picasso National Museum and I found this great discount they were providing on the tickets so I booked them for myself and my parents on our trip to Paris. We just showed our Thrillophilia vouchers on the location and they instantly allowed us in. I really liked it and would definitely recommend Thrillophilia.
Bhargava Acharya Hop on Hop Off Bus Paris
Excellent
The overall experience I would say was very positive. A must-try, I would say.
17 February 2020
Anjushri Sharma Hop on Hop Off Bus Paris
Excellent
The Paris Hop On Hop Off is a great way to enjoy and get to see all the important monuments in the place. The trip was amazing and worth a shot. My family along with me got to see a variety of scenic locations around the city. We took a lot of photos and had a great time on the tour. The bus was comfortable and easy to ride on.
06 January 2020
Excellent
I chose the transfer package of the Disneyland Paris tour by Thrillophilia because I had kids with me and I didn't want to wander around in various transport services with them. The pickup and drop service arranged by the team was really comfortable and saved a lot of my time. The trip was hassle-free. My kids had a lot of fun and I was just happy to see them enjoy so much.

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