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30 Things To Do In London, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris & Cannes!

  •  Posted on Jun 12, 2020  by  | No Comments
 

Get off the beaten track and visit some of these great attractions and sites based in and around our office locations. All recommended by the Euro London Consultants.

LONDON

  1. Visit Gordons Wine Bar possibly the oldest wine bar in London
  2. Go to Borough Market and check out the food stalls
  3. Have a traditional English pub crawl by visiting all the Sam Smith Pubs
  4. Walk along Regents Canal to Angel Islington (Cafes on the way, some of them on canal boats!)
  5. Visit God’s Own Junkyard in Walthamstow
  6. See the deer and other animals in Clissold Park
  7. Visit V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green
  8. Visit Fleet Street, the original site of Euro London!

FRANKFURT

  1. Visit the Römer and Frankfurt’s Old Town Centre
  2. Palmengarten – Botanical Garden in Frankfurt
  3. Städel Museum – European Art from 14th century till today
  4. Get a panoramic view of Frankfurt from 200m high Frankfurt Main Tower
  5. Visit an Apfelwein Bar/Restaurant, have a glass of Apfelwein and a Schnitzel with Frankfurt Green Sauce 
  6. Ebbelwoi Express: a train you can hop on and off and drink the traditional Ebbelwoi all day
  7. Go to an Eintracht Frankfurt game
  8. Visit the Senkenberg Natural History Museum, especially if you are a Dinosaur fan!

MUNICH

  1. Walk down Maximilianstraße and look into all the expensive shops
  2. See the surfers at the Eisbachwelle in the English Garden
  3. Go for a swim in one of the city’s lakes
  4. Climb the “Alter Peter” tower at Marienplatz for a bird’s eye view of the city
  5. Float down the Isar River
  6. Visit the Olympiapark (site of the 1972 Summer Olympics)
  7. Visit the Christmas Markets in December

CANNES/PARIS

  1. Dine in the cute streets of Le Suquet (old town)
  2. Dinner on the beach at La Môme Plage
  3. Enjoy a cabaret at La Medusa
  4. Nosey at the yachts
  5. Visit the Catacombs
  6. Les Caves du Louvre  – wine tastings and experiences in a cellar built by Louis XV’s sommelier
  7. If your wallet can stretch to it, visit the shops along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré

 
 

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