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1Frankfurt

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Frankfurt, a central German city on the Main River, is a major financial hub.

It's the birthplace of writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose home is now the Goethe-Haus museum – which, like much of the city, was destroyed during World War II and rebuilt afterward. The reconstructed Altstadt (Old Town) is home to lively Römerberg Plaza, which hosts an annual Christmas market. It's the birthplace of writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose home is now the Goethe-Haus museum – which, like much of the city, was destroyed during World War II and rebuilt afterward.The largest financial centers in continental Europe, Frankfurt is home to lots of trade fairs and is one of the most important transportation hubs in the country. It’s therefore one of the best places to enter or leave Germany. All major airlines fly frequently to Frankfurt and connect it to every continent and major city in the world. It also boasts several things for tourists to see and do. It is home to Kaiserdom, 

Suggested attractions in and around Frankfurt

Distance 98 km
2Heidelberg

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Heidelberg is a town on the Neckar River in southwestern Germany, known for its distinguished 14th-century university.
 Built, destroyed and partially restored over several centuries, red-sandstone Heidelberg Castle stands beside the river on Königstuhl hill. Visitors can ride the Bergbahn funicular to reach the castle and its gardens, which have sweeping views over the river and the baroque Altstadt (Old Town).Heidelberg is an ideal destination for any traveler who wishes to experience the scenic beauty of the lush woodlands, old-town architecture and ruined castles of Germany’s Rhineland. The city’s picturesque location on the Neckar River in southwest Germany has made Heidelberg a top destination for tourists since the 1800 s.

Suggested attractions in and around Heidelberg

Distance 269 km
3Schaffhausen

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Schaffhausen is a city in northern Switzerland and the capital of the canton of the same name. 
It has an estimated population of 34,587 as of December 2008.It is documented that it struck its own coins starting in 1045. It was then documented as Villa Scafhusun. Around 1049 Count Eberhard von Nellenburg founded a Benedictine monastery which led to the development of a community. This community achieved independence in 1190.Over the mediaeval Old Town of Schaffhausen looms the imposing Munot fortress. The houses of the Old Town are richly decorated with oriel windows and lavishly painted facades. The town, located on the Upper Rhine between the Black Forest and Lake Constance, and surrounded by vineyards, is a popular destination for holidays and day-trips.

Suggested attractions in and around Schaffhausen

Distance 50 km
4Zürich

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The city of Zurich lies at the north end of Lake Zurich in northern Switzerland, a global center for banking and finance. 

The picturesque lanes of the central Altstadt (Old Town), on either side of the Limmat River, reflect its premedieval history. Waterfront promenades like the Limmatquai follow the river toward the 17th-century Rathaus (town hall).Switzerland’s largest city might be best known as a global financial center, but Zurich’s picturesque setting and cultural treasures have helped to establish the city as a vacation destination too. Striding the Limmat River, Zurich’s postcard-perfect backdrop is an expansive crystal-clear lake rimmed by snow-capped mountains.Clean, organized and easy to explore, Zurich has a lot to offer visitors, and with its superior public transportation system, the city makes a great base for excursions into the surrounding region as well. From towering mountain peaks to storybook Swiss villages, here are some of the most rewarding day trips from Zurich. 

Suggested attractions in and around Zürich

Distance 270 km
5Straßbourg

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Strasbourg is the capital city of the Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine region in northeastern France. 
It's also the formal seat of the European Parliament and sits near the German border, with culture and architecture blending German and French influences. Its Gothic Cathédrale Notre-Dame features daily shows from its astronomical clock and sweeping views of the Rhine River from partway up its 142m spire.Strasbourg well preserved historic old town Grande Île , which 1988 World Heritage Site has been declared as of the Ill , bathed, a tributary of the Rhine. The Cathédrale Notre-Dame (Strasbourg Cathedral) is the landmark of the city, built in 1176-1439 Romanesque and Gothic style.Dominated by the west facade of the cathedral, standing on Münsterplatz Numerous, sometimes four to five-storey half-timbered houses in the Alemannic-southern German style . Characteristic are the steep roofs with up to four attics. On the north side of the cathedral square is the well-known, richly decorated Maison Kammerzell. Opposite the south portal of the cathedral is the Palais Rohan , the former city residence of the bishops of Strasbourg, all of which came from the Rohan family in the 18th century. 

Suggested attractions in and around Straßbourg

Distance 220 km

Frankfurt
DAY 1
ARRIVAL

Frankfurt

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Frankfurt, a central German city on the river Main, is a major financial hub that's home to the European Central Bank. It's the birthplace of famed writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose former home is now the Goethe House Museum. Like much of the city, it was damaged during World War II and later rebuilt. The reconstructed Altstadt (Old Town) is the site of the Römerberg, a square that hosts an annual Christmas market. In terms of visitor numbers and size, the Frankfurt Christmas Market is one of the largest Christmas markets in all of Germany. The elaborate and creative stand decorations, the scenic surroundings on the Römerberg and St Paul's Square and the huge Christmas tree combine to also make it one of Germany's most beautiful.


Main Tower
DAY 2
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Main Tower

Frankfurt - Germany

The famous skyline can be made out from a long way and at its heart, where the financial district meets the city centre: the MAIN TOWER.If you take a somewhat closer look at Frankfurt, you will quickly discover that Germany’s leading financial centre has a great deal more to offer than just bourses and banks. Similarly, not everything revolves around international finance in the MAIN TOWER either. With its cultural highlights and first-class cuisine, exciting insights and ever fascinating panoramas, the MAIN TOWER is not just a special skyscraper; it has also become a true Frankfurt landmark.Every year, thousands of day-trippers and tourists visit the MAIN TOWER to enjoy the impressive view of Frankfurt’s skyline. In the summer, when everyone wants to watch the sun setting over the city and take that perfect photo, the crowds are particularly big. From March to October, the observation deck is even open to visitors until 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays. 


Römerberg
DAY 2
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Römerberg

Frankfurt - Germany

The Römer’s silhouette is world-famous and unmistakably belongs to Frankfurt. The city’s government has been located here since the 15th century, and it gave its name to the square. Since the 9th century, the Römerberg, formerly called the Samstagsberg, has been the site of markets and fairs, tournaments and festivals, executions and imperial elections and coronations.The Römer is not a museum and is actually used by the city for various purposes, for example, the wedding rooms are located in the first and second floor of the Haus Löwenstein. Perhaps the best-known room of the Römer, the Kaisersaal, or Emperor Hall, is located above the Römerhalle on the second floor and is a major tourist attraction. During the Holy Roman Empire, coronation banquets took place there. Today, the Kaisersaal is well-known for its unique and unparalleled collection of 19th century portraits of all of the emperors, including works by Eduard Von Steinle of Albert I and Ferdinand III.


Hauptwache
DAY 2
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Hauptwache

Frankfurt - Germany

The Hauptwache lies in the centre of the city. Stand before the building to take in its old facade, from the redbrick molding around its windows to the three chimneys and curved roof.Locals and visitors have been enjoying Frankfurt specialties in the traditional café since it first opened at the Hauptwache in 1905. Come to try delicacies such as Grüne Soße, a tangy sauce served with potatoes and eggs, and Handkäse mit Musik, a type of tart served with onion and cheese. The café looks out over one of Frankfurt’s busiest squares, which is close to the main train station. Come in the morning or afternoon to watch as commuters in suits and school uniforms rush past. Look for bargains or shop for luxury goods in the nearby Zeil and Goethestrasse, two of the most popular shopping streets in Frankfurt.


Zeil Shopping Area
DAY 2

Zeil Shopping Area

Frankfurt - Germany

Once the center for large scale cattle trading, this old and busy shopping lane extends from the Konstablerwache Plaza to the Hauptwache Plaza in Frankfurt. The Zeil is a shoppers’ paradise where visitors with varied budgets can find a range of products from mid priced supermarket fare to high end brands. The Zeil has been Frankfurt’s retail hub since the 14th century. The name Zeil is from the German Zeile that means row. At first it meant a row of residential houses that later became the city’s popular marketplace. Before World War II the street had many grand buildings that were destroyed and subsequently restored. Three major buildings located on the Zeil are the Zeilgalerie, a ten storey shopping center with a unique spiral design. There are many music and electronic stores and restaurants in the building. Modern architecture and baroque are blended in another shopping center called the PalaisQuartier. The building has a spectacular vortex like glass façade, glass columns and irregular shaped ramps. The 12 storey Beehive House, a commercial and office building which is also one of the Frankfurt’s early skyscrapers is located on the Zeil. Visitors will enjoy the unique shopping experience offered by the shops at the Zeil. Products available include luxury items, designer brands, handicrafts, clothes designed by young Frankfurt designers, outlets of all major German retail chains and produce from the Frankfurt area.


Heidelberger Bergbahn
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Heidelberger Bergbahn

Heidelberg - Germany

The Heidelberg Mountain Railway is a two-section funicular railway in the city of Heidelberg, Germany. The first section runs from a lower station at Kornmarkt in Heidelberg's Altstadt, via an intermediate station at Heidelberg Castle, to an upper station at Molkenkur.The Heidelberger Bergbahnen are one of the most popular sights of the city. Comprising two cable cars, they ride between Heidelberg's old town and the Königstuhl, the highest point in Heidelberg, on a 1.5 kilometer route. The lower mountain railway runs from the Kornmarkt in Heidelberg's old town via the Heidelberg Castle to the Molkenkur. Since its renovation in the years 2003 to 2005, the Heidelberger Bergbahn is regarded as the most modern mountain railway in Germany.On the high chair the excursionists will find numerous hiking trails, the falconry Tinnunculus or the Heidelberg fairy parade. A beautiful view over Heidelberg and the surrounding countryside is sure to the visitors. Every year more than one million people use the mountain railway.


Heidelberg Castle
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Heidelberg Castle

Heidelberg - Germany

Nestled in the hill 300 feet above the city of Heidelberg stands the breath-taking Heidelberg Schloss (castle). The castle is a combination of several buildings surrounding an inner courtyard, put together with a haphazard look. Each building highlights a different period of German architecture.Just as breath-taking as the castle is from the city, so too is the city from the castle.The castle lighting is done in memory of the three times when the castle went up in flames (1689, 1693 and 1764). The first two times were due to wars with the French, and the last time by lightning.After the castle “burning” begins, a 15 minute fireworks display is launched from the Old Bridge. From either the Great Terrace or the gardens, one has an amazing view of Heidelberg, the Neckar River, and the Neckar valley far into the Rhine plain. On a clear day, Mannheim is even visible on the horizon.


Boat Tour
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Boat Tour

Frankfurt - Germany

Travelling along the impressive skyline on an excursion boat or going on a boat cruise to interesting towns and cities on the Main and the Rhine – Frankfurt offers numerous options for little ‘cruises’ and big tours. Only a few steps away from the Römer, directly on the Main quay at the Eiserner Steg, there is the main landing stage and the ticket kiosk of the Primus Line. You can set off on various excursions from this and other landing stages on the bank. During a tour, the boat heads for either the Offenbach or the Griesheim locks, offering a splendid view of the Frankfurt silhouette. On day trips, the boat goes up the Main to Seligenstadt and Aschaffenburg or down the Main to its mouth and then on the Rhine to cities and towns such as Mainz, Eltville and Rüdesheim. The RMW combined ticket, that permits a return journey using any RMW means of transport, is particularly attractive.


Rheine Falls
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Rheine Falls

Schaffhausen - Switzerland

To stand high above Europe's largest waterfall, feeling the roar and vibration of the water over one's entire body - this can be experienced at the Rhine Falls near Schaffhausen. By ship one can reach castles, the Rhine Falls Basin and even the mighty rock in the midst of the waterfall.Due to tectonic shifts in the Ice Age, the Rhine River was forced into a new riverbed over 15,000 years ago. The Rhine Falls came into being at the transition point where hard chalk turned into soft gravel. Over a breadth of 150 meters, several hundred cubic meters of water rush into the depths at the rate of 23 meters per second. In the middle of it all stands a mighty rock that has withstood the elements for a thousand years. The rock can be reached on a circular tour of the Rhine Falls, during which one can observe the natural spectacle from up close. Virtually in the middle of the waterfall, visitors stand on platforms that jut out and partially hover over the Rhine. The castles of Wörth and Laufen can be reached by river boat, and very daring visitors can rent canoes. 


Grossmünster
DAY 3
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Grossmünster

Zürich - Schwitzerland

The Grossmünster's twin three-story towers dominate the city of Zurich, whose buildings are otherwise quite modest in size. The view from the north tower (about 200 steps up) provides marvelous views of the city, including several other nearby churches such as the Fraumünster and Peterskirche across the river. The best way to approach the church is from the sloping Zwingliplatz on the north side. The north portal has some wonderful Romanesque carvings of plants and animals, while the right side of the wall bears a modern statue of Heinrich Bullinger, Zwingli's successor. Around the other side, the south portal has some lovely modern bronze doors with panels of biblical scenes. The interior of Zürich's Grossmünster is quite bare, entirely stripped of the statues and paintings denounced by Zwingli. Thus, like many Romanesque churches, the beauty is less in the decoration than in the simple beauty of the architecture. The furnishings are modern, including the pulpit (1851) and the organ (1960).


The Reformation Wall
DAY 3
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The Reformation Wall

Geneva - Switzerland

This imposing structure, appropriately located in the city dubbed the "Protestant Rome," is the most impressive general monument to the Reformation there is. It is ironic to recall that these reformers did not look kindly on statues during their lifetimes—and in fact they look very stern indeed. Behind the statues runs the motto shared by the Reformation and Geneva: Post Tenebras Lux ("After Darkness, Light"). The four Genevan reformers are flanked by smaller statues of major Protestant figures, bas-reliefs, and inscriptions. One of the reliefs shows Roger Williams and the pilgrim fathers praying on the deck of the Mayflower; another features the 1689 presentation of the Bill of Rights to the King William of Orange by the English Parliament. Martin Luther (the German "Father of the Reformation") and Ulrich Zwingli (a major Swiss reformer based in Zürich) have significantly less prominent memorials at the sides of the wall - Calvin had disagreed with them on some points.


Lake Zürich
DAY 3
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Lake Zürich

Zürich - Schwitzerland

Lake Zurich was once above all a transport route. Today, it is a popular excursion point for swimming, boating or having a picnic on the lake's banks. Forested hills surround Lake Zurich on both sides. Flowing water has fissured the moraine and deposited sand and gravel on the lakeside banks. The farther you look from Zurich to the southeast, the more rural the banks become. Lake Zurich only freezes completely very rarely; the last time this happened was in the winter 1963. You can get from one bank to the other with the ferry between Meilen and Horgen, or across a dam at the narrowest point between Rapperswil and Hurden. There is also a wooden footbridge along the dam for pedestrians. Thanks to its good water quality, Lake Zurich supplies the surrounding region with the majority of its drinking water flowing from taps and fountains.


Bahnhofstraße
DAY 3
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Bahnhofstraße

Zürich - Schwitzerland

You can find everything that your heart desires in Bahnhofstrasse: fashion, art and Zurich specialties attract local residents as well as visitors. The world-renowned shopping boulevard was created after construction of Zurich’s Main Railway Station. At the spot where city moats were 150 years ago, today it connects Lake Zurich with the Main Railway Station on a length of 1.4 kilometers (0.87 miles). You find numerous boutiques, department stores and timepiece stores here, as well as at Paradeplatz – the Swiss banking center. Bahnhofstrasse is just as popular with locals and visitors, and it is always worth a visit. You can stroll relaxed along the lake in the summer as well as enjoy mulled wine or hot chocolate at every corner in the winter. Rennweg and Augustinergasse lead off from Bahnhofstrasse into the picturesque old town.


Strasbourg
DAY 3
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Strasbourg

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Strasbourg is the capital city of the Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine region in northeastern France. It's also the formal seat of the European Parliament and sits near the German border, with culture and architecture blending German and French influences.Strasbourg is one of the great historic cities of Europe, and its history is very different from that of Paris.Strasbourg's gourmet traditions are quite distinctive, and more German than French. Flammekueche is something between a quiche lorraine and a pizza, and choucroute, sauerkraut in English or German, is a major speciality. Another popular dish is baeckoffe, an oven-baked meat and potato dish.  Alsace and Strasbourg are also famous for their pain d'épices, a kind of spicebread or gingerbread, particularly in the runup to Christmas. For a classic Strasbourg dining experience, visitors have a large number of Alsacian restaurants and Winstubs; the latter are typical Alsace restaurants, mostly furnished with wooden chairs and tables, decorated in Alsace style, and often housed in old half-timbered buildings.


Frankfurt
DAY 4
DEPARTURE

Frankfurt

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Frankfurt, a central German city on the river Main, is a major financial hub that's home to the European Central Bank. It's the birthplace of famed writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose former home is now the Goethe House Museum. Like much of the city, it was damaged during World War II and later rebuilt. The reconstructed Altstadt (Old Town) is the site of the Römerberg, a square that hosts an annual Christmas market. In terms of visitor numbers and size, the Frankfurt Christmas Market is one of the largest Christmas markets in all of Germany. The elaborate and creative stand decorations, the scenic surroundings on the Römerberg and St Paul's Square and the huge Christmas tree combine to also make it one of Germany's most beautiful.


Detailed Day Wise Itinerary:

DAY 1:  ARRIVAL FRANKFURT

As soon as you arrive at Frankfurt Airport, transfer by our representative by you desired mean via Mini bus or Jeep. Accommodation facility will be arranged at the Frankfurt hotel. Check in the hotel and relax.

HOTEL:  Frankfurt
MEAL:    Dinner



DAY 2:  FRANKFURT AND HEIDELBERG

After breakfast you will visit the historic city, deemed as financial capital of Germany may not be a usual destination for travelers. However, its diverse topography, futuristic skyline, historic squares and traditional wine bars offer a unique charm, hard to find elsewhere.You will love exploring its historic buildings, architecture, museums and diversified culture. Now you will move towards the Hauptwache - literally translated, the Main Guard - is famous for its mix of fine old historic buildings and newer modern structures. The most notable building here is the old Baroque Guard House after which the square is named. Then you will be in the heart of Frankfurt's Opera Square (Opernplatz), the Old Opera House (Alte Oper). The city's new opera house, Oper Frankfurt, and the drama theater Schauspiel Frankfurt share a contemporary state-of-the-art venue known as Opern-und Schauspielhaus Frankfurt, about half a mile away on Willy-Brandt-Platz, near the river.Lastly you will the visit Altstadt (Old Town) is home to lively Römerberg Plaza, which hosts an annual Christmas market. Return back to room and relax. Moving towards Heidelberg you will firstly enjoy the Heidelberger Bergbahn funicular railway that runs from Heidelberg's Kornmarkt to the summit of the Königstuhl. Afterwards you will visit one of the most iconic castle in Germany known as Heidelberg Castle, it had a tumultuous past, but even though it's in partial ruin, it still is beautiful!

HOTEL:  Heidelberg
MEAL:    Breakfast



DAY 3:  SCHAFFHAUSEN, ZÜRICH & STRASSBOURG

After breakfast, Keep your camera with you to experience the fabulous Rheine water falls at river Rheine,Schaffhausen,which is the largest plain waterfall in Europe. Now moving towards Zürich you will visit the Church spires characterize Zurich's skyline. The most impressive ones are for sure the twin spires of the Grossmünster church. While moving towards the Geneva you will visit The Reformation Wall which honors many of the main individuals, events, and documents of the Protestant Reformation by depicting them in statues and bas-reliefs. Now you will enjoy hiking, mountain biking and splendid views of the Alps, Zurich and Lake Zurich! Now moving towards the most expensive street in the world at Bahnhofstrasse Street. This is one of the most exclusive addresses of the world, a tree-lined avenue with top fashion designer boutiques and, of course, the famous Swiss watches. Lastly you will visit Strasbourg,  famous for their pain d'épices, a kind of spicebread or gingerbread, particularly in the runup to Christmas. For a classic Strasbourg dining experience, visitors have a large number of Alsacian restaurants and Winstubs. Come back to room and relax.

HOTEL:   Frankfurt
MEAL:     Breakfast



DAY 4:  DEPARTURE

Enjoy breakfast and check out from the hotel. Transfer to Frankfurt Airport and return home with wonderful memories of your European trip.

MEAL:    Breakfast



Includes:
  • Bus Tour (Wifi)/Minibus Tour/Jeep Tour
  • Pick and drop at time of arrival/departure
  • 2 night in Frankfurt
  • 1 night in Heidelberg
  • 1 night in Zürich
  • 4 Breakfast buffet
  • 2x Dinner provided at Frankfurt
  • Boat Tour in Schaffhausen
Excludes:
  • Travel insurance
  • All personal expenses
  • International Flights
  • Transfer
  • Visa Charges
  • Anything not mentioned in the cost inclusions list, such as currency fluctuation
  • Drinks and beverages are charged upon consumption
  • Personal expenditure, such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry, camera fees, communication

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From 25 February 2017 to 15 November 2017

  • 60 or more Days before departure  30%
  • Between 59 to 45 days before departure: 50%
  • Between 44 to 25 days before departure: 100%
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 If you Cancel your Holiday

Cancellation charge Per person
  • Between 46 - 60 days of departure: 1000 AED per person (Non Refundable & Non Transferable)
  • Between 45 - 29 days before departure: 50% 
  • Between 20 to 1 days before departure: 100%
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 Package is valid till 30 September 2017
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