Things to Do In London
As the largest city in England and one of the most visited spots in the world, London is a sightseers paradise and a historian's dream come true. So many of the must-sees and must-dos on any traveller's bucket list can be found right in London.
History collides with pretty much everything in London.
Take a tour of Buckingham Palace, the home to the centuries old Windsor Royal Family.
Take in Westminster Abbey, a church with some of the richest history of the city. It has been home to every English coronation since William the Conqueror in 1066. It has also been home to 16 royal weddings as far back as King Henry I in 1100 and as recent as Prince William in 2011.
Finally lay your eyes on the world famous Big Ben, a magnificent clock added to the House of Parliament after a fire in 1834, that everybody knows about but not everybody gets the privilege of seeing.
Places to Stay in London
Luxurious accommodations are not in short supply in London.
Savoy Covent Garden
If you are looking for traditional opulence, nobody can go wrong at the Savoy, Covent Garden. Located right on the River Thames, it is a landmark unto itself. The Savoy has been in London for 130 years but continually evolves to please the tastes of the modern elite.
Dorchester Hyde Park
If visitors are looking for something a little bit more modern and Art Deco, the Dorchester, Hyde Park is the place to stay. The Dorchester is as much about the experience as it is about the accommodations. They go well beyond the traditional spa and dining services. At the Dorchester you can get chauffeured around London in a Rolls Royce, participate in a wine-tasting or meet the hotel's chefs. And that's just the beginning of the interactive experiences the Dorchester offers.
Things to Do in Bern
Bern is another European city steeped in both beauty and history. Surrounded on three sides by the Aare River, this medieval capital of Switzerland dates back to the 12th century.
The old town
The Old Town is undoubtedly a top attraction in Bern. It has earned its right to be on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It is truly a storybook setting with foot bridges connecting high buildings and architecture from the 15th and 16th centuries.
For a different take on Bern, Visit Kunstmuseum, Switzerland's oldest and most famous art museum. Kuntmuseum houses 51,000 pieces of art and it can easily take up as many days as a visitor wants to give it.
Places to Stay in Bern
The Bellevue Palace is the only luxury hotel right in the center of Bern. It is an opportunity to stay in style and elegance while still having all the shops and restaurants of the city at your fingertips. With a history of 150 years, the Bellevue Palace combines tradition with modern amenities. And with only a two minute walk to Old Town, it also connects the history of Bern with the new parts of the city.
The Hotel Allegro takes a more modern spin on Bern elegance. Although still located within the city, and offering all the amenities a tourist deserves, the Allegro also offers something not everyone can provide - a view. Visitors at the Hotel Allegro will enjoy panoramic views of the Alps rights outside their window.
LunaJets just turned a chat about visiting Bern into a reality for London visitors. The trip went from a long and tiring road trip to a short luxurious flight with the click of an app. Once you decide on the destination, reserve the time and day and let LunaJets handle everything else. They can even set up transportation to and from the airport. You just need to sit back and start planning your first day.