Travel on a Rick Steves tours for the very best value in a European vacation. Rick packages all his multi-country tours to include small groups, excellent guides, central hotels, all sightseeing, and memories to last a lifetime. The Rick Steves Europe includes the Paris, London, Scotland and other European countries.
Rick Steves London
London has just what you need for a quick escape: direct flights; the best live theatre scene on the planet, an inviting bar on every corner, and the pure pleasure of talking with Europeans with no language barrier.
One look at London’s skyline and it’s clear that the city is shifting east. Once a run-down wasteland, East London now flashes with gardens, greenery, and state-of-the-art construction. Towers punctuate the skyline while a tangle of new Tube lines makes it a quick and easy trip from the center of town.
Visit Tower of London, first crown jewels than Beefeater tour and White Tower. On Sunday and Saturday, the Tower opens at 10:00. Grab a picnic, pick a boat at Tower Pier, and relax with lunch on the Thames while cruising to Westminster Pier.
Take a double-decker hop-on, hop off London sightseeing bus tour, and hop off for the Changing of the Guard. Cross London Bridge and follow Rick Steve’s London guidebook’s, Bankside Walk along the South Bank of the Thames. Tour Shakespeare’s Globe or the Tate Modern if you are interested. Then walk the Jubilee Walkway from the Millennium Bridge to the London Eye.
Rick Steves Scotland tour
On this healthy journey that starts and ends in royal Edinburgh, your Rick Steves guide will engage you in the rich culture and history of Scotland. You will walk the Royal Mile, study the fairways at St. Andrews, shake hands with a sheepdog, try a wee dram at a whiskey distillery, explore the Highlands, ponder Lochs Ness.
You must visit the best of Edinburgh on foot, starting with a walking tour of the Royal Mile and its wealth of historic buildings, quaint shops, narrow lanes, and hidden courtyards. In the morning you will visit a reconstruction of Scotland’s unique crannogs: old, defensive homesteads built on piers out over the lochs. You will also learn about the first people to farm in this part of the world, millennia ago.
Rick Steves Paris
According to Rick Steves, Paris is wonderful, but it’s crowded and fast-paced. These suggested routes his Paris guidebook helps the people to know the priority of the many sights. With the proper approach and a measure of patience, the people may fall head over heels for Europe’s cultural capital.
To make your journey memorable and delightful, he listed some unusual sights in descending order of importance. It’s tourist’s choice whether they have only one day, for two or so on to go on a trip. So they can plan a journey for day 1, 2 and so on. They need to decide the place where they have to the plugin in Versailles to begin their trip. In Versailles, the main palace is closed on Mondays and especially crowded on Sundays and Tuesdays, so they need to try to avoid these days.
Rick Steves Suggestions
Rick Steves suggested the tourists follow his Historical Paris Walk, featuring Ile de la Cité, Notre-Dame, the Latin Quarter, and Sainte-Chapelle at Morning on the first day. At the afternoon, must visit The Tour the Lo.uvre. Enjoy the Place du Trocadéro scene and a twilight ride up the Eiffel Tower at evening time.
On the second day of the trip, by following their guidebooks self-guided Champs-Elysées Walk from the Arc de Triomphe down the Grand Avenue des Champs-Elysées to the Tuileries Garden. The tourists can cross the pedestrian bridge from the Tuileries Garden, then tour the Orsay Museum. He suggested tour the Rodin Museum, or the Army Museum and Napoleon’s Tomb at afternoon time. They can take one of the tours by bus, taxi/Uber, or retro-chic Deux Chevaux car recommended in his guidebook at delightful evening time on the last-night final trip.
An RER suburban train must catch by 8:00 to arrive early at Versailles, then take a tour to the château and sample the gardens. He offers to visit the site near one of the RER-C stations, The Army Museum and Napoleon’s Tomb or Rodin Museum and the Musée d’Orsay.
Cruise the Seine River or have dinner on Ile St. Louis, and then take a floodlit walk by Notre-Dame at a beautiful evening time.
Choose from three free options to listen to Rick Steves’ Paris Audio Tours. The tourist must visit Guru Rick Steves’ audio tour app. They can bring information from his popular guidebooks as well as PDF maps to explore more than 50 European destinations.
Rick Steve’s books on Italy are Siena City Walk, Colosseum, Heart of Rome Walk, Jewish Ghetto Walk, Ostia Antica, Pompeii, St. Peter’s Basilica, Trastevere Walk, Vatican Museums, St. Mark’s Basilica, Academia & Michelangelo’s David and Basilica of St. Francis.
Europe through the back door 2017
Europe through the back door is the 2017 book by Rick Steve. It is step by step advice on essential traveling skills. Usually, all Rick Steves tours for the following year releases in August. So, Rick Steve’s tours 2018 will do the same thing and release in August.
You can get more information through Rick Steve video and audio tours, PDF format books, and YouTube channels. Following are some famous books of Rick Steves:
Europe through the back door
Rick Steves best of Europe
Rick Steves Pocket Paris
He also introduces audio tour app. For different countries tour, you can get help from various books, audio and video tours guide. He writes books on different countries like Italy, France, London, Scotland, and many others.