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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 211 km
2Cologne

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Cologne, a 2,000-year-old city spanning the Rhine River in western Germany, is the region’s cultural hub. 
A landmark of High Gothic architecture set amid reconstructed old town, the twin-spired Cologne Cathedral is also known for its gilded medieval reliquary and sweeping river views. The adjacent Museum Ludwig showcases 20th-century art, including many masterpieces by Picasso, and the Romano-Germanic Museum houses Roman antiquities.Cologne’s Rathaus is Germany’s oldest city hall. Its Gothic tower is decorated with more than one hundred sculptures. Construction of the tower started in 1407 and when it was completed, it was the tallest building in the city, even eclipsing the Gross St. Martin. After the historic building was severely damaged in the Second World War, the City Hall was only partially reconstructed; the rest of the complex was rebuilt in a modern style.

Suggested attractions in and around Cologne

Distance 216 km
3Brussels

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Brussels, officially the Brussels-Capital Region, is a region of Belgium comprising 19 municipalities, including the City of Brussels which is the de jure capital of Belgium.

Brussels city is quickly becoming a trendy spot for weekend getaways and holidays. Apart from its famous chocolates and beers there are many attractions that most visitors cannot begin to imagine. It is a center of European culture, officially nicknamed ‘the European Village’, with almost 90 museum, beautiful parks, fascinating walk, trendy restaurants and bars.The largest and most populous of the municipalities is the City of Brussels, covering 32.6 square kilometers (12.6 sq mi) with 145,917 inhabitants. The least populous is Kokelkeberg with 18,541 inhabitants, while the smallest in area is Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, which is only 1.1 square kilometers (0.4 sq mi). Despite being the smallest municipality, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode has the highest population density of the 19 with 20,822 inhabitants per square kilometer(53,930/sq mi).

Suggested attractions in and around Brussels

Distance 151 km
4Rotterdam

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Rotterdam is a major port city in the Netherlands' province of South Holland. The Maritime Museum's vintage ships and exhibits trace the city's seafaring history. 

The 17th-century Delfshaven neighborhood is home to canalside shopping and the Pilgrim Fathers Church, where pilgrims worshiped before sailing to America. After being almost completely reconstructed following WWII, the city is now known for its bold, modern architecture.Once a mere 13th century fishing village, Rotterdam is the Netherlands most modern city today. Very bike friendly like Amsterdam, Rotterdam boasts several historic districts for visitors to explore. The popular Delfshaven district is where the pilgrims launched sail from in 1620, and the summertime festivals and carnivals there attract visitors from nearby European countries every year. Erasmus Bridge is highly unique and imposing, but highly regarded as a work of art, as it soars over Europe’s largest harbor. By far, the most popular visitor stop is at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, 

Suggested attractions in and around Rotterdam

Distance 78 km
5Amsterdam

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Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age.

Round out the train journey in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam might be best known for its Red Light District, but the canal city is one of incredible history and breathtaking scenery. Enjoy a boat tour along the canals, explore the medieval architecture on foot in the Old Center, shop for tulips in the Bloemen market and look for some of the medieval wooden homes that still stand in the center of the city. For art and history, Amsterdam is a true mecca, so take time to visit the Anne Frank House, the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijks museum. The Koninklijk Paleis in Amsterdam is located on the western side of Dam Square in the center of the city. The 17th structure began life as the city’s town hall, but was converted into a palace during the Napoleonic Wars when Napoleon’s brother Louis was crowned King Louis I of Holland.

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Suggested attractions in and around Amsterdam

Distance 362 km
6Koblenz

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Koblenz is an ancient city in central Germany, and a gateway to the terraced vineyards and ruined castles of the Rhine Gorge. 

In the center, a monumental statue of William the Great marks the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers. A cable car connects to the hilltop Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, which hosts museums and cultural events. South along the river is the neo-Gothic Stolzenfels Castle with its gardens.Koblenz is an adorable city that is definitely worth living in. It nicely mixes its historic heritage with the modern present. The characteristic mélange of the Rhineland's cheerfulness, French lifestyle and Prussian virtue gives the city its distinctive flair that inspires visitors again and again. 

Suggested attractions in and around Koblenz

Distance 126 km

Frankfurt
DAY 1
ARRIVAL
Sightseeing:

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.


Old Opera House
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

Old Opera House

Frankfurt - Germany

The Old Opera House (Alte Oper) is located on Opernplatz at the west end of the Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse pedestian mall in Frankfurt Germany.This original building was destroyed during World War II but has now been completely reconstructed.Behind the historical facade of the previous Frankfurt Opera House lies one of the most outstanding concert halls of major importance, way beyond the borders of Germany. With its exteriors and entrance hall restored to reflect the Renaissance design of original architect Richard Lucae, the Old Opera House is now serving out its days as a magnificent concert hall and congress center. After being fated with the post-war nickname of ‘Germany’s most beautiful ruin’, the modern Alte Oper complex is now one of the city’s leading concert venues, hosting around 300 classical and popular music events throughout the year and drawing many additional visitors to its atmospheric onsite café.The visitor is offered a high-quality program in all sections of music: classical music, jazz and world-wide famous musical and show productions.


Zeil Shopping Area
DAY 2
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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.


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.


The Roman-Germanic Museum
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

The Roman-Germanic Museum

Cologne - Germany

Part antiquities collection, part archeological dig, the Roman-Germanic museum (or Römisch-Germanische Museum) sits atop the last vestiges of the Roman town villa. In the museum's basement is a well-known Dionysus mosaic, undisturbed from its original installation.Remnants of Roman architecture, inscriptions, portraits of Caesar Augustus and his ceramics and more piece together the story of Cologne's development from a Germanic tribal settlement (the Ubii), to the Roman Cologne, to the capital of the Lower Germania.Tours are available, but the museum is fairly easy to negotiate by oneself. Given the wealth of archeological finds in the surrounding area, the Roman-Germanic Museum is one of the most important museums in the world, and is one of the most popular museums in all of Germany.


Schildergasse
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

Schildergasse

Cologne - Germany

Schildergasse is Cologne's most popular shopping street and also one of the most-visited shopping streets in Germany. Its highlight is the Weltstadthaus, which resembles a huge glass whale. Inside the "whale" is the Peek & Cloppenburg clothing store. Along Schildergasse you'll also find other major department stores such as Galeria Kaufhof, H&M and Zara. Not much can be seen of this history today, world war 2 being the reason. In this panorama between Herzogstrasse on the left and Ludwigstrasse on the right, it is only the Haus Schierenberg (1894) that is left – named after its architect. Next to it, the Perlengäßchen is one of the narrowest streets of Cologne. The street itself is named after the sign painters that lived here in medieval times.Today several large department stores and international labels can be found in the Schildergasse. In this stretch of the street we see: United Colors of Benetton, ginatricot, Deiter, Bershka, Berghoff, McDonald’s, Sport Scheck and s.Oliver.


Love Lock Bridge
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

Love Lock Bridge

Cologne - Germany

Paris is celebrated for its romantic ambiance and idyllic nod to “golden days.” There’s just something about this city that makes your heart skip a beat, especially when wandering those iconic cobblestone streets with your sweetheart. So, what better way to commemorate your fairy-tale jaunt through the City of Lights than by making a “love lock” together? Whether you’re honeymooning tourists or local lovebirds, this bonding activity is widely-recognized by couples across the globe. Moreover, taking part in the time-honored tradition is simple: stroll hand-in-hand to the Pont de Arts Bridge; purchase a padlock from a local vendor; write your names on it; then secure the padlock on this bridge to mark your romantic rendezvous in this picturesque locale.Paris city officials may be breaking hundreds of hearts by getting rid of theirs, but Cologne's got its own 'love lock' bridge, Hohenzollern Bridge, a short walk from the cathedral with a number of U-Bahn subway stations nearby, including Cologne Main Station. 


Cologne Cathedral
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

Cologne Cathedral

Cologne - Germany

Cologne Cathedral is a building of superlatives that is the centre and hallmark of this city on the Rhine. The cornerstone of this Gothic cathedral was laid on the Feast of the Assumption of Mary on 15 August 1248. The previous building was apparently no longer deemed impressive enough to house the remains of the Three Wise Men, which Archbishop Rainald von Dassel had brought to Cologne from Milan after the latter city was conquered in 1164. Because of these relics, the cathedral became one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Europe. Its two massive towers have dominated the city’s skyline since their completion in 1880. At 157.38 metres, the northern tower is 7cm taller than the southern one.Today the cathedral is Cologne’s second-tallest structure, surpassed only by the telecommunications tower. The cathedral covers almost 8,000 square metres of floor space and can hold more than 20,000 people. Due to the building’s impressive Gothic architecture, the shrine of the Three Wise Men, the outstanding stained-glass windows and the many other important works of art.


Chocolate Museum
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

Chocolate Museum

Cologne - Germany

Like a ship made of glass and metal, the cholcolate museum is located in the Rheinau harbour, directly in front of the old town, near the Cologne Cathedral. In medieval times in Cologne, the anchor and terminal were located here by the Rhine boatmen. Today the old swing bridge has been renovated to the new designed harbour quarter of the "Rheinauhafen".The tour of the nine exhibition areas is a fantastic and unforgettable journey through the 4000 square metres of the culture and history of chocolate, starting at the old American cultures such as the Maya and the Aztecs, through the Baroque age and the industrialization up to the individual refinement of the noble chocolate of today.A visit to the Chocolate Museum should be a very special experience for our guests. To ensure this, we work in conjunction with competent partners from all areas of chocolate production, the chocolate trade and catering.


Waterloo
DAY 4
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Waterloo

Brussels - Belgium


Atomium
DAY 4
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Atomium

Brussels - Belgium

The Atomium is today the most popular attraction in the Capital of Europe. Built for the 1958 World Exhibition, the Atomium is shaped on the model of an elementary iron crystal enlarged 165 billion times. Beyond surreal walks through tubes and spheres, the Atomium houses a permanent exhibition about its history as well temporary exhibitions for a broad public (sciences, design, society). The upper sphere offers unique and spectacular views across the city skyline. At night, 2970 lights offer a fairy dimension to the 102 m high building. The panoramic restaurant is daily open until 11 pm.This place is totally touristy but fun. The Atomium is basically a giant atom you can walk inside. 


Grand Palace
DAY 4
Sightseeing:

Grand Palace

Brussels - Belgium

The Grand Place or Grote Markt in Dutch is one of the most beautiful squares in Europe with architecture from 3 different eras (Baroque, Gothic and Louis XIV) making their marks on the square giving it an eclectic flavor. This eclectic quality earned the Grand Place a listing as one of the Sites of World Heritage by UNESCO in 1998.the Brussels Grand Place was essentially a market place where traders and citizens sold and bought food. Therefore you will notice that all the streets surrounding the square are named after foods like chicken (poulet), herbs (herbes), cheese (fromage) and so forth. Nowadays you will see grand old buildings standing in the place of market shelters. The Maison du Roi, in French means King’s House but the lesser used name of Broodhuis in Dutch, means Bread House. Most of the buildings were rebuilt or restored after the bombardment of Brussels by France in 1695.


Mini-Europe
DAY 4
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Mini-Europe

Brussels - Belgium

Mini Europe in Brussels is home to about 350 monuments from across Europe. It is located within the entertainment park called Brupark alongside an amusement park, a water park and the Atomium. This all culminates into a day trip that’s worth building into your itinerary especially if you have children and you’re not able to take them to 80 cities in one trip; you can show them in about 4 hours the key highlights of Europe without stepping on another airplane.It is definitely worth taking a camera and some children with you to play on some of the games and take photos with the miniatures, which are actually quite large. There are a lot of children running around on their school trips and with their parents.


Sightseeing Cruise
DAY 5
Sightseeing:

Sightseeing Cruise

Amsterdam - Holland

The history of Amsterdam is intimately connected with water. Its 165 canals were created over the centuries to stimulate trade and transport and reclaim land to expand the city.Besides providing a stunning backdrop to the city’s historical centre, floating down Amsterdam’s canals is one of the most memorable ways to discover the city's sights and attractions. Whether you’re a first-time or frequent visitor, everything in Amsterdam seems a bit more magical when viewed from a boat. Most canal cruises take around an hour, in which you'll explore Amsterdam's UNESCO protected canal ring and discover plenty of interesting facts about the city along the way. As well as the excellent one-hour options, other types of canal cruises available include practical hop-on-hop-off services, romantic candle-lit tours, child-friendly adventures and intimate guided boat tours for smaller groups.  A few of the best-known operators include Holland International, Canal, Blue Boat, Rederij Kooij, Rederij Plas and Lovers. If you’d like to break up your canal cruise with some sightseeing, then the ‘hop-on hop-off’ service offered by Canal Bus is an excellent option.


Dam Square
DAY 5
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Dam Square

Amsterdam - Holland

Dam Square is Amsterdam’s best-known square, and it is a handy central location from which to explore the medieval city centre.As the site of the Royal Palace, Dam square often is the focus of events of national importance — as in the annual Remembrance Day (May 4) ceremonies which take place at the National Monument, commemorating those who died during the Second World War.Several times a year the square is the site of a funfair. From time to time there are other events as well, such as concerts, sports events or a used-books market.The square could do with a fountain or two, perhaps, and certainly with some color: a lot more trees, for instance. And while we’re at it, some establishments where something to eat and drink doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.Usually the square is home to a number of living statues and other buskers. At times protests are organized here.And yet, miss Dam Square and you haven’t really seen Amsterdam. The Dam is the city’s beating heart.


Anne Frank House
DAY 5
Sightseeing:

Anne Frank House

Amsterdam - Holland

The Anne Frank House is a writer's house and biographical museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. The building is located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, close to the Westerkerk, in central Amsterdam in the Netherlands. For more than two years Anne Frank and her family lived in the annex of the building at Prinsengracht 263 where Anne’s father, Otto Frank, also had his business. The Van Pels family and Fritz Pfeffer hid there with them. The doorway to the annex was concealed behind a moveable bookcase constructed especially for this purpose. The office personnel knew of the hiding place and helped the eight people by supplying them with food and news of the outside world. On August 4, 1944, the hiding place was betrayed. The people in hiding were deported to various concentration camps. Only Otto Frank survived the war.Museum Café and Museum Bookstore are on the premises. No cloakroom present. Big rucksacks not allowed. The Anne Frank House is not easily accessible for the physically disabled and only partly accessible for wheelchairs. Free leaflets in 8 languages are available at the entrance of the museum. A visit takes approximately 1 hour. Visitors are not allowed to take photographs or to film in the Anne Frank House.


Rijksmuseum
DAY 5
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Rijksmuseum

Amsterdam - Holland

The Rijksmuseum, which in English means – The State Museum, exists for more thattwo hundred years and today belongs to the most breathtaking museums in theworld. During its existence, the museum went through many transformations andremains now, especially after its complete renovation, the attraction youshould not miss during your tour to the Netherlands.The unique position Rijksmuseumin Amsterdam gained in the world throughout the centuries, comes notonly from the possession of many masterpiece paintings of Dutch and world art.Along the masterworks like Rembrandt’s “Night watch”, several paintings byVermeer, van Dyck and Jan Steen, the museum has truly exceptional collection ofthe antique objects of the material Dutch culture, vast collection of prints,drawings and the classic photography


Kinderdijk's Windmills
DAY 5
Sightseeing:

Kinderdijk's Windmills

Rotterdam - Holland

The windmills at Kinderdijk are a group of 19 monumental windmills in the Alblasserwaard polder, in the province of South Holland, Netherlands.A visit to Kinderdijk gives you the extraordinary opportunity to visit a UNESCO World Heritage in Holland. In 1997, the windmill complex of Kinderdijk was added to the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage list because of its unique character. UNESCO considers the polder area with its dykes, boezems, mills and pumping stations to be proof of human inventiveness in reclaiming and protecting the land. This is worldwide recognition of the fact that this unique area must be preserved for the future.


Rüdesheim
Day 6
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Rüdesheim

Germany -


Rhine River
DAY 6
Sightseeing:

Rhine River

Germany -

The Rhine is a European river that begins in the Swiss canton of Graubünden in the southeastern Swiss Alps, forms part of the Swiss-Austrian, Swiss-Liechtenstein border,The Rhine and the Danube formed most of the nortern inland frointer of the Roman Empire and, since those days, the Rhine has been a vital and navigable waterway carrying trade and goods deep inland.The many castles and fortifications along the Rhine testify to its importance as a waterway in the Roman Empire. In the modern era, it has become a symbol of German nationalism.It’s not surprising that a trip down the Rhine River is one of Europe’s most popular cruises. The Rhine River winds leisurely through a number of countries that are popular travel destinations, including Switzerland, France, Germany and Holland. Many consider the part between Koblenz to Bingen in Germany the most beautiful parts of the Rhine river. Here travelers will enjoy some of Europe’s most beautiful landscapes and magnificent sites, including Medieval castles, lush vineyards and pass through picturesque towns that look like they came straight out of a fairy tale.


Frankfurt
DAY 7
DEPARTURE
Sightseeing:

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 via Bus. Accommodation facility will be arranged at the Frankfurt hotel. Check in the hotel and relax.

HOTEL:  Frankfurt
MEAL:    Dinner

DAY 2:  FRANKFURT 

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.

HOTEL:  Cologne
MEAL:    Breakfast

DAY 3:  COLOGNE

After breakfast get out of room and have a look to this beautiful moment when you padlocked your love at the love lock bridge in Paris..... Nothing could break/open your love then.Now visit the Germany's most visited landmark. Cologne Cathedral, Cologne, Germany - Constructed over more than six centuries, has an exceptional intrinsic value and contains artistic masterpieces.If you are a rehabilitated chocoholic, its a wonderful tour to  Chocolate Museum, sweet shop is located in the museum, which sells all kinds of chocolate products manufactured in the museum and everyone can buy sweets, gifts and souvenirs.If you are crazy about shopping than you would be in love with Schildergasse, Cologne, Germany - Steeped in history, this street is one of the busiest shopping avenues in Europe. Trendy boutiques, cafés and fashion stores line the street, which is frequented by close to 18,000 visitors per hour. Return back to room and relax. 

HOTEL:   Brussels
MEAL:     Breakfast

DAY 4:  ROTTERDAM AND BRUSSELS

After breakfast at hotel proceed for city tour & a visit to Kinderdijk windmills gives you the extraordinary opportunity to visit a UNESCO World Heritage in Holland. Now heading towards Brussels you will visit Grand Palace the most beautiful square of Europe, after this move towards Mini Europe where you can get the highlights of whole Europe in one place, don't forget to take your camera with you. After that move to a giant atom of Europe known as Atomium, you can walk inside such big atom. Return to hotel and relax. 

HOTEL:  Amsterdam
MEAL:    Breakfast

DAY 5: AMSTERDAM
  
After having lavish breakfast discover Amsterdam and its canals and harbors which fill a full quarter of her surface enjoy here with a beautiful ride over cruise in the canal, then moves towards Anne Frank house which is a biographical museum and a house of a writer. Never forget to visit Dam Square and Rijksmuseum. After this get yourself ready for the most exciting tour to beautiful landscape of Europe, Rhine River  come back to room and take rest to get your self fresh for the next exciting day.

HOTEL:  Koblenz
MEAL:    Breakfast

DAY 6:  KOBLENZ

After breakfast you will visit the German reunification, a replica of the statue Deutsches Eck Koblenz which was erected on the pedestal after controversial discussions in 1993. It is today a Koblenz landmark and a popular tourist destination. Lastly you will  join us for a cruise down the mighty Rhine, where you can take in the rugged beauty. Return back to room and relax.

HOTEL:   Frankfurt
MEAL:     Breakfast

DAY 7:  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

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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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Cancellation charge Per person
  • Between 46 - 90 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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