No trip to Vienna is complete without a ride on the 19th-century Riesenrad or giant ferris wheel that features in 'The Third Man'. It’s the only remaining work of British engineer Walter Basset who also built wheels for Blackpool, London and Paris. It was completed in 1897 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Franz Josef. A full circle in one of the 15 wooden gondolas takes a gentle 20 minutes, and at its highest point you are 65 metres (213 feet) up.
Paris is a city that is bursting with history and culture. It’s a haven for holiday makers who want to enjoy the finer things. You can explore art in the Musee d’Orsey and the Louvre to marvelling at the architecture of places such as the Arc d’Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. Alternatively, as a family, Disneyland Paris is a major draw