FRANKFURT AND COLOGNE

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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

2Rhine River

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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.

Suggested attractions in and around Rhine River

3Cologne

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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


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.


Old Town
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

Old Town

Bern - Switzerland

At the heart of Bern is its beautiful Old Town with six kilometers of arcades that offer shelter or shade to visitors strolling through the city. Visitors can discover bars, cultural venues, and specialty shops in countless converted cellars. The Old Town of Bern is encircled by the Aare River. The river is not just a stretch of water for Bern’s inhabitants; it’s also the place for summer recreational activities, like swimming and boating in the Aare. And since Bern was built on a peninsula, everything is close together and easy to reach by foot, tram, or bus. Bern Tourism offers tours through the Old Town of Bern, where visitors will hear interesting anecdotes and learn everything worth knowing about the heart of the Swiss capital.


Senckenberg Museum
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

Senckenberg Museum

Frankfurt - Germany

The Senckenberg Natural History is one of the largest natural history museums in Germany and exhibits the recent biodiversity of life (biodiversity) and the development of living things (evolution) and the transformation of the earth over millions of years. New research results from all fields of biology, paleontology and geology are presented. The Senckenberg Nature Museum has always been a place to be amazed - but after nearly 200 years of collecting, we are bursting at the seams. Over the next five years, the museum will be a place that will tell the story of our planet even more exciting, instructive and fascinating.


Zeil Shopping Area
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

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.


Main Tower
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

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. 


Hauptwache
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

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.


Römerberg
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

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.


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.


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.


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.


Cologne’s Old Town
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

Cologne’s Old Town

Cologne - Germany

Located directly along the Rhine, the Old Town, together with Cologne Cathedral, the Romanesque church Great St. Martin and the tower of the historic City Hall, makes up the world-famous Rhine panorama. As you stroll through the narrow alleys, you will come across many museums, such as the Romano-Germanic Museum, the Wallraf Richartz Museum, the Museum Ludwig and the Farina Fragrance Museum. You can also discover many monuments and fountains in Cologne’s Old Town, including the figures of Tünnes and Schäl and the Heinzelmännchen fountain. Historical remains, such as the Archeological Zone, the Old St. Alban Memorial, and the Stapelhaus invite you to go on an exciting journey of discovery into the city’s past.As the centre of Cologne’s old neighbourhood of handicrafts and trade, Alter Markt and Heumarkt are major attractions for Cologne residents and visitors.Surrounded by many small restaurants and cafés, this area is an inviting place in which to relax in the sun during every season of the year.


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.


Deutsches Eck
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

Deutsches Eck

Koblenz - Germany

Koblenz: the German Corner and a national heirloom.At the famous Deutsches Eck, or German Corner, where the Rhine and Moselle converge, lies one of Germany's oldest and most beautiful towns – Koblenz. Vineyards, forests and four mountain ranges form the backdrop to the city, whose 2,000-year history has given rise to beautiful churches and castles, palatial residences and grand town houses.People come to Koblenz from all over the world to soak up this charm amid the narrow lanes, tucked-away corners and delightful city squares. A stroll through the old quarter could begin at the four towers, as the oriels of four baroque houses are known – one on each corner of the area's main street crossing. The Deutscher Kaiser is also worth a visit. This is not another monument as its name might suggest, but a Gothic tower house that now boasts a delightful restaurant on the ground floor. Your boat passes by the Electoral Palace en route to this most impressive example of early Prussian art and cultural history. The people of Koblenz appreciate contemporary art as well, as is clear from the Ludwig Museum close to the Deutsches Eck.


Rüdesheim
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

Rüdesheim

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Frankfurt
DAY 4
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 Minibus. Accommodation facility will be arranged at the Frankfurt hotel. Check in the hotel and relax.

HOTEL: Frankfurt
MEAL:   Dinner

DAY 2:  FRANKFURT

After having lavish breakfast get yourself ready to move towards Frankfurt Main Tower which is a famous skyline in heart of Frankfurt, Römerberg, then move towards Hauptwache for traditional Frankfurt cafe, old opera house and lastly to Zeil Shopping Area. Return to hotel room and relax for the next exciting day of your tour.

HOTEL:  Frankfurt
MEAL:    Breakfast & Dinner

DAY 3:  COLOGNE

After  breakfast move 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:   Cologne
MEAL:     Breakfast & Dinner

DAY 4:  DEPARTURE

After having breakfast pack your all belongings carefully and have a safe journey back to your place from Milan airport.
 
MEAL:    Breakfast

Includes:

  • Bus Tour / Minibus Tour / Jeep Tour
  • Pick and drop at time of arrival/departure
  • 2 Night Accommodation in Farnkfurt
  • 1 Night Accommodation in Cologne
  •  Daily Breakfast Buffet and Dinner
Excludes:
  • Travel insurance
  • All personal expenses
  • International Flights
  • 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

Payment Policy:
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Booking Fee
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%
Cancellation Policy:
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If you Cancel your Holiday
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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