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Tour Details

 Durations : 4 Night / 5 Days
  • 3 Night Dusseldorf
  • 1 Night Frankfurt
Visit the beautiful European cites of Frankfurt and Dusseldorf with this 3 day-getaway to Germany, enjoy shopping, sightseeing, driving through beautiful locations, and even an hour-long cruise ride on River Rhine for a different perspective of the city of Dusseldorf. This getaway is the best way to get acquainted with the ways of Germany. So book this holiday and start exploring.
 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Arrival In Frankfurt
On arrival at Frankfurt International Airport, transfer to your hotel (on your own), and check-in. have a comfortable overnight stay.
Meals: Not Applicable

Day 2:
Dusseldorf (Sightseeing Tour)
After enjoying breakfast, start your half-day sightseeing tour of Dusseldorf by a cruise and witness its skyline from the River Rhine. Enjoy witnessing sights, such as, the Media Docks, Old Town and Exhibition Halls, while a taped commentary will give you information about the attractions and landmarks as you pass them by. The cruise lasts one hour and you will then be returned to the Rheinuferpromenade in the Old Town where the tour ends. After the cruise return to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3:
Dusseldorf (Day At Leisure)
After enjoying breakfast, spend the day at your own leisure. Visit the promenade and enjoy a cup of coffee, or indulge in shopping. Enjoy the local culture and cuisines. Explore the city the way you want to and then, return to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4:
After enjoying breakfast, check-out of your hotel and proceed towards airport to board your return flight.
Meals: Breakfast

 Package Price
Rs. 72,000/- *
USD 1,467.29/- *
EUR 1,123.23/- *
GBP 930.802/- *
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Dusseldorf is one of the economic centers of Western Germany and is an elegant, modern city situated on the banks of the Rhine River. With all of these attractions, museums, theaters, art galleries, concert halls, shopping, restaurants and bars, there is more to see in Dusseldorf than you can imagine. Plan your trip carefully so you can see and do as much as possible while you are there. Whether if it's an exhibition in one of the art galleries, smaller festivals or larger annual events like the huge and popular Rhenish Carnival or the Christmas Market, its attracts a huge tourist population.

Shopping is a must do when id Dusseldorf. Konigsallee, which is referred to simply as Kö by locals, is the traditional fashion center for Dusseldorf, and presents many high-end fashion stores. Also ideal for pedestrians, it offers a new promenade that is two kilometers long. You can see all the latest European styles while walking from store to store on the promenade.

Must Do:
While you’re in Dusseldorf, be sure to see the late-Baroque Benrath Palace. This majestic castle is more than 200 years old, and is located in a beautiful park with the original settings restored. Visit Stadtmuseum, this historic museum boasts an amazing collection of the culture, history and arts of Dusseldorf, and enjoy coffee and cakes from the museum’s cafe, Spoerl in the Ey. Also visit the Museum, Kunst Palast. It presents an exclusive collections and exhibits, including a painting gallery, a modern art collection and a graphic arts collection. It also offers tours and guidance for schools, special holiday programs and birthday parties.

Quick Facts:
Major Industries: Agriculture, international trade, transportation, energy sources Time Zone: GMT+1 (GMT+2 daylight savings time); Central European Time ( CET ) Country Dialing Code: +49 Area Code: 211; Population: 580,000 Average Annual Rainfall: 77 cm / 30 in Average January Temperature: 3°C / 37°F Average July Temperature: 22°C / 72°F

Frankfurt is located alongside the River Main, and is one of the largest cities in Germany, known for its many skyscrapers, variety of trade shows, and its international airport. But, there is more than meets the eye with this city. Largely going unnoticed, there are many parts of the city that have well-maintained heritage buildings and 19th century parks and streets. There are even places where futuristic skyscrapers stand tall right next beautiful old buildings. The city, also known as birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, has many distinct neighbourhoods such as Bockenheim, Bornheim, Nordend and Sachsenhausen, each with its own distinctive characters. The Romer Square in the downtown area is a must visit, with wonderfully German buildings surrounding it. One must also visit the many museums in the city, such as the German Architecture Museum, German Film Museum, Stadel Museum, and Leibieg House, which are all located along the River Main in the Museumsufer district of the city. To get a good view of the city, go to the Main Tower, and check out the city from the viewing platform. Other vantage points include the Main River Bridges, especially the eastern ones.

 Package Inclusion
  • Accommodation for 3 nights in Dusseldorf
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Frankfurt
  • Daily breakfast
  • Return 2nd class train tickets from Frankfurt to Dusseldorf
  • Return airfares and taxes
  • Visa charges and assistance
  • Insurance
  • Transfers from Dusseldorf station to hotel in a private vehicle
  • Airport transfers form Frankfurt hotel in a private vehicle
  • Dusseldorf city tour on seat-in-coach basis
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.

Destination Information

The Kingdom of Thailand or formerly known as Siam is a country located at the centre of the Indochina peninsula and Southeast Asia. Burma and Laos border it to the north, to the east by Laos and Cambodia, to the south by the Gulf of Thailand and Malaysia, and to the west by the Andaman Sea and the southern extremity of Burma. Its maritime boundaries include Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand to the southeast and Indonesia and India in the Andaman Sea to the southwest. Thailand is the world's 51st largest country. The largest city is Bangkok, the capital, which is also the country's center of political, commercial, industrial and cultural activities. About 75% of the population is ethnically Thai, 14% is of Chinese origin, and 3% is ethnically Malay; the rest belong to minority groups including Mons, Khmers and various hill tribes. The country's official language is Thai. The primary religion is Buddhism, near about 95% of all Thais.

Thailand experienced rapid economic growth between 1985 and 1995 and is a newly industrialized country with tourism, due to well-known tourist destinations such as Ayutthaya, Pattaya, Bangkok, Phuket, Krabi, Chiang Mai, and Ko Samui, and exports contributing significantly to the economy. There are approximately 2.2 million legal and illegal migrants in Thailand. Thailand has also attracted a number of expatriates from developed countries.

Thailand has a prevalence of Buddhism that ranks among the highest in the world. The national religion is Theravada Buddhism. According to the last census (2000) 94.6% of the total population are Buddhists of the Theravada tradition. Muslims are the second largest religious group in Thailand at 4.6%. Thailand's southernmost provinces – Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and part of Songkhla Chumphon have dominant Muslim populations, consisting of both ethnic Thai and Malay. The southern tip of Thailand is mostly ethnically Malay, and most Malays are Sunni Muslims. Christians represent 0.7% of the population. A tiny but influential community of Sikhs in Thailand and some Hindus also live in the country's cities, and are heavily engaged in retail commerce. There is also a small Jewish community in Thailand.

One reason for Buddhism's strength is that there are few Thai Buddhist families where at least one male member has not studied the Buddha's teachings in a monastery. It has long been a custom for Buddhist males over 21 to be ordained for a period ranging from 5 days to 3 months, at least once in their lifetimes. This usually occurs during the annual Rains Retreat when all monks forego travel and stay inside the monasteries. Meditation, one of the primary practices of Buddhism, is a means of self-reflection in order to identify the causes of individual desire and ultimately alleviate ones suffering. Visitors can learn the fundamentals of this practice at a number of watts across the kingdom. Some temples, particularly in Chiang Mai, allow visitors to chat with monks in order to gain general knowledge about Buddhism or to study Buddhism more seriously.

Thai culture has been shaped by many influences, including Indian, Lao, Burmese, Cambodian, and Chinese. In Thailand people do not normally say 'good morning', 'good afternoon', 'good evening' or 'good night'. They greet each other with the word Sawadee, and instead of shaking hands; they put their palms together in a prayer-like gesture and bow slightly. It is customary for the younger or lower in status to begin the greeting. When taking leave, the same word and procedure is repeated. This gesture is called a Wai. If you are greeted with a Wai you should reply with the same gesture, though it is not necessary to return a Wai to a child. Think of a Wai as you would a handshake. Initiate a Wai because of sincere pleasure at an introduction. You will not cause offence if you Wai inappropriately in Thailand, but you may create confusion. Don't return a Wai from waiting staff, drivers or other help. You might hope to strike a blow for equality, but will in fact cause embarrassment. Informality and general friendliness in relationships of all age, economic and social groups characterize the Thai culture and people. Thai people are tolerant of almost all kinds of behavior and never expect foreigners to understand the intricacies of Thai social customs. But by following a few simple rules for conduct, and adopting a few Thai ways, you can quickly and easily gain respect from the people in Thailand.

Thailand has a warm, tropical climate affected by an annual monsoon, with a rainy season from June to October and a dry season the rest of the year. Temperatures average 75 to 92 degrees Fahrenheit, with the highest temperatures from March to May and the lowest in December and January.
Tropical, rainy, warm, cloudy southwest monsoon from mid-May to September. Dry, cool northeast monsoon from November to mid-March, southern isthmus always hot and humid.
There are three seasons: the cool season (November to February), the hot season (April to May), and the rainy season (June to October), though downpours rarely last more than a couple of hours.

The official language of Thailand is Thai, It is the principal language of education and government and spoken throughout the country. The standard is based on the dialect of the central Thai people, and it is written in the Thai alphabet, an abugida script that evolved from the Khmer script. Several other dialects exist, and coincide with the regional designations. Southern Thai is spoken in the southern provinces, and Northern Thai is spoken in the provinces that were formally part of the independent kingdom of Lannathai. The Thai language is liberally sprinkled with words from Pali and Sanskrit (the classical languages, respectively, of Theravada Buddhism and Indian Hinduism). Written Thai employs an alphabet of 44 consonants and 32 vowels that combine to form syllabic sounds.
There are no plurals in Thai, nor are there tenses as such. A word or two is usually added to determine the past, present or future.

In Thailand's major cities, the level of English can be quite good, but visitors will find that the Thais' ability to speak English diminishes as one moves further away from the population centers.
Thai is one of the oldest languages in East and South-East Asia. According to linguist, it may event pre-date Chinese, at least in its prototypical form. Many of the so-called "loan-words" thought to be borrowed from Chinese by the Thais actually have an Austro-Thai origin. At any rate, Chinese and Thai have many similarities, since both are monosyllabic tonal languages.

Thai cuisine is the national cuisine of Thailand. Blending elements of several Southeast Asian traditions, Thai cooking places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components. The spiciness of Thai cuisine is well known, and featured internationally in Thai restaurants. As with other Asian cuisines, balance, detail and variety are of great significance to Thai chefs. Thai food is known for its balance of three to four fundamental taste senses in each dish or the overall meal: sour, sweet, salty, and sometimes bitter. Food is the great equalizer of Thailand. Though the country is very stratified in terms of class, Thai street food seems to bring everyone together. Some of the best Thai Food in the country can be found at these small unassuming stands, and it's not uncommon to see luxury cars lined up next to a particular vendor, and people in business suits eating next to taxi drivers on small plastic stools on the sidewalk. Thai food is known for its enthusiastic use of fresh (rather than dried) herbs and spices. Common herbs include cilantro, lemon grass, Thai basils and mint. Some other common flavors in Thai food come from ginger, galangal, tamarind, turmeric, garlic, soy beans, shallots, white and black peppercorn, kaffir lime and, of course, chilies.
Top 10 Thai dishes are followed:

  • Gai Pad Met Mamuang (Stir-Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts)
  • Por Pia Tord (Fried Spring Roll)
  • Panaeng (Meat in Spicy Coconut Cream)
  • Som Tam (Spicy Papaya Salad)
  • Moo Sa-Te (Grilled Pork Sticks with Turmeric)
  • Tom Yam Gai (Spicy Chicken Soup)
  • Tom Kha Kai (Chicken with Coconut Milk Soup)
  • Kang Keaw Wan Gai (Green Chicken Curry)
  • Pad Thai (Fried Noodle)
  • Tom Yam Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup)
In the other way of beverages Thai people concentrate on the drinks like:
  • Cha yen - Thai iced tea
  • Krating Daeng - an energy drink and the origin of Red Bull.
  • Oliang - a sweet Thai black ice coffee.
  • Satho - a traditional rice wine from the Isan region.
Other alcoholic beverages from Thailand include Mekhong whiskey and Sang Som. Several brands of beer are brewed in Thailand, the two biggest brands being Singha and Chang.

One of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations, Thailand’s reputation for hedonism attracts thousands of backpackers and its natural beauty also attracts an increasing amount of holiday-makers. Thailand is a mystical country, which leaves a life long impression on anyone who visits. It offers a rich history, smiling locals, some interesting quirks and of course an unforgettable experience.

Top 10 places to visit at THAILAND:

  • Bangkok
  • The Floating market (in boat)
  • Chaing Mai
  • San Kampheang Hot spring.
  • The East Coast island
  • Hea Hong Son
  • Ayutthaya
  • Railya
  • Kho Phi Phi
  • Hiu Daeng
These all places are going to look out at Thailand.

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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 72,000/- *
USD 1,467.29/- *
EUR 1,123.23/- *
GBP 930.802/- *
Validity: Valid From October 4, 2011 - March 31, 2012
(For other location please contact OR Send Query)

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