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Submitted By -SaketSoniSubmitted To -mr.SuvraBanerjee Batch - T1/HTCS Center- FIAT/Nagpur Year - 2014-15

I am very thankful toFrankfinninstitute for giving us thistrave&Tourism assignment.A special Thanks to Mr.SuvraBanerjee to Guide us step by step in the making of this Assignment.Acknowledgment

INTRODUCTION FOR TRAVEL & TOURISMTRAVEL- Travel refers to the activity oftravelersA Travellers is someone who movesBetween Different. Geographic locations for any purpose and any duration.TOURISM - Tourism means the temporary short-term movement of people to destination out side the places where theyNormally line and work as well as their activities during their stay at these Destination. All tourism should have some travel but not all travel is tourism.

IATA - The International Air Transport Association was founded by the airlines in 1945 to helpMeet the problems anticipated in the expansion of civil service after the second world war It the successor in function to thePrevious international Air Traffic associationInitiated at the Hague at very dawn of regularAir transport in 1919.Mission Of IATA -Iata'sstated mission is to represent.lead and serve the airline industry. All the Airline rules and regulation are defined by IATA.The main aim of IATA is to provide safe and secure transportation to its passengers.


UFTAA - The united federation of Travel agents' association (UFTAA) emanates from the universal federation of travel agent's association created in Romeitaly,on November 22nd,1966 it now forms the only global federation of the travel agents association and thus represents travel agent throughout the world. UFTAA membership is constituted by the National travel agents association or organization in every port of the world. Who represents about 32.000 travel agencies with over a half a million employee handling 70% of the International airline bookings. Full members. Full members of the UFTAA areThe National travel agents association or organizations.

PATA - PACIFIC AREA TRAVEL ASSOCIATION funded in 1951, the pacificasiatravel association (PATA) is anat-for profit association that is internationally acclaimed for acting as a catalyst for the responsible development of travel and tourism to from and within theasiapacific region. The association providesolignedadvocacy, insightful research and innovative events to its member organisation, comprising 90 government, state and city tourism bodies, nearly 30 international airline airport and cruise lines, 57 educational institutions, and hundreds of travel industry companies inasiapacific andbayond.OUR MISSIOSThe pacific Asia travel association(PATA)was is a membership association acting as a catalyst for the responsible development of the Asia pacific travel and tourism industry.

ICAO-The international civil aviation organization (ICAO) is a UN specialized agency created in 1944 upon the signing on the convention on international civil aviation (Chicago Convention)ICAO Works with theconvention,s191 member slates andglobleaviation organizations to develop international standards and recommend practices (SHARPs) which states reference when developing their legally enforceable national civil aviation regulations.There are Currently over 10,000 sharps reflected in the 19 annexes to The Chicago convention which ICAO oversees, and it is Through these provision- as well as ICAO's complementary policy, auditing and capacity building efforts-that today's global air transport network is able to operate close to 100,000daily flight, safely, efficiently and securely in every region of the world

*CHICAGO CONVENTION - The Convention on International Civil Aviation, also known as the Chicago Convention, established the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a specialized agency of the United Nations charged with coordinating and regulating international air travel.[2] The Convention establishes rules of airspace, aircraft registration and safety, and details the rights of the signatories in relation to air travel. The Convention also exempts commercial air fuels from tax.The document was signed on December 7, 1944 in Chicago, U.S., by 52 signatory states. It received the requisite 26thratification on March 5, 1947 and went into effect on April 4, 1947, the same date that ICAO came into being. In October of the same year, ICAO became a specialized agency of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). The Convention has since been revised eight times (in 1959, 1963, 1969, 1975, 1980, 1997, 2000 and 2006).As of 2013, the Chicago Convention has 191 state parties, which includes all member states of the United Nationsexcept Dominica, Liechtenstein, and Tuvaluplus the Cook Islands.

WARSAW CONVENTION-The Warsaw convention is an international convention which regulates of persons, luggage or goods performed by aircraft.originally signed in 1929 inwarsawit was amended in 1955 at the Hague and in1975 in Montreal united states courts have hold that, at least for. Some purposes, the Warsaw convention is a different instruments from the Warsaw convention as Amended by the Hague protocol.

MONTREAL CONVENTION- The Montreal Convention (formally, the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air) is a multilateral treaty adopted by a diplomatic meeting of ICAO member states in 1999. It amended important provisions of the Warsaw Convention's regime concerning compensation for the victims of air disasters. The Convention attempts to re-establish uniformity and predictability of rules relating to the international carriage of passengers, baggage and cargo. Whilst maintaining the core provisions which have served the international air transport community for several decades (i.e., the Warsaw regime), the new treaty achieves modernization in a number of key areas. It protects passengers by introducing a two-tier liability system that eliminates the previous requirement of provingwillfulneglect by the air carrier to obtain more than $75,000 in damages, which should eliminate or reduce protracted litigation.


The flag of FranceThe flag of ItalyFRANCEITALY Capital Paris Area 674,843 sq.kms. Currency Euro Independence 14th July 1789 Language French Capital Rome Area 301,338 sq.kms. Currency EuroIndependence 17th March 1861 Language Italian

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FLIGHT SCHEDULEMUMBAI TO PARISDeparts - Mumbai(BOM) Chatrapati Shivaji International AirportDATE -1 Mar 2015 At. 02:30 Arrive Paris(CDG) Charles De Gaulle international airport. Date - 1 Mar 2015 At. 08:00Flight Jet airways 9W-126 Class - EconomyTime 9h.PARIS TO ROME Departs Paris(CDG) Charles De Gaulle international airport.Date - 8 MAR 2015 At. 13:55 Arrive Rome(FCO) Fiumicino international airport.Date 8 MAR 2015 At. 16:00Flight - Air France AF-1904 Class - EconomyTime 2h:5m.ROME TO MUMBAI Departs Rome(FCO) Fiumicino international airport.Date - 15 MAR 2015 At.- 21:45 ARRIVES NEXT DAY Arrive Mumbai(BOM)16 May 2015Chatrapati Shivaji Airport, MumbDate 16MAR 2015 At. 15:05Flight Jet airways 9W-5901 Class Economy Time - 09h 40m .

Fare breakup

Base fareRs.41,000Taxes & feesRs.36,737TotalRs.77,737


A watershed event in modern European history, the French Revolution began in 1789 and ended in the late 1790s with the ascent of Napoleon Bonaparte. During this period, French citizens razed and redesigned their countrys political landscape, uprooting centuries-old institutions such as absolute monarchy and the feudal system. Like the American Revolution before it, the French Revolution was influenced by Enlightenment ideals, particularly the concepts of popular sovereignty and inalienable rights. Although it failed to achieve all of its goals and at times degenerated into a chaotic bloodbath, the movement played a critical role in shaping modern nations by showing the world the power inherent in the will of the people. THE HISTORY OF FRANCE

EImport Allowance: 200 cigarettes or cigars or 250 grams of tobacco.750ml of spirits (over 22% proof) or 2 liters of fortified or sparkling wine.60 grams of perfume500 grams of coffee or 200 grams of coffee extracts; 100 grams of tea or 40 grams of tea extractsProhibited items: Gold objects other than personal jewelers below 500 grams in weight.Airport Embarkation Tax: No airport tax is levied on passengers upon embarkation at the airport.Currency Export regulations:Local currency (Euro - EUR) and foreign currencies: no restrictions if arriving from or traveling to another E.U. country.

Currency Export regulations:Local currency (Euro - EUR) and foreign currencies: no restrictions if arriving from or traveling to another EU Member State .If arriving directly from or traveling to a country outside the EU: amounts exceeding EUR 10,000.- or more or the equivalent in another currency (incl. banker's draft andcheques of any kind) must be declared.






EIFFEL TOWER - Visiting the iconic symbol of Paris usually ranks as the number one thing to do for most tourists. Towering more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) high in the Champ de Mars park, this iron structure was constructed for the 1889 World Exposition. One of the worlds most photographed tourist attractions, the Eiffel Tower presents an excellent photography opportunity for both day and night times. Visitors can ride the elevator to see incredible views of the city or dine in one of the two fine restaurants that are situated within the tower.

LOUVRE - Topping the list of the worlds most visited museums, the Louvre Museum is located in the Louvre Palace with its signature glass pyramid marking its entrance. Housing a collection of more than 1 million objects, the Louvre boasts some of the worlds most famous art works such as Leonardo da Vincis Mona Lisa, Michelangelos Dying Slave and the Greek statue, Venus of Milo. Other popular exhibits include the extravagant apartments of Napoleon III, the ancient Code of Hammurabi, Egyptian antiquities and paintings by masters like Rembrandt and Rubens.

NOTRE DAME DE PARIS - No trip to Paris could be complete without a visit to the world famous Notre Dame cathedral. Standing more than 400 feet (120 meters) high with two lofty towers and a spire, this marvelous church is considered a supreme example of French Gothic architecture. A tour of this 13th century masterpiece allows visitors to admire the awe-inspiring rose windows, Gothic carvings, beautiful sculptures and a collection of relics.


COLLINE DE LA CROIX-ROUSSE - Built on the slopes of the Croix-Rousse hillside, this historic neighborhood was an important center of weaving in the early 19th-century. Because of the high gradient of the streets, there are many charming curves and staircases. The most unique aspect of the neighborhood is its collection of "traboules," covered passageways that function as public hallways through the quarters of private houses. These special alleyways were used by silk workers to transport their fabrics. Wander around the neighborhood to discover the architectural curiosities of the winding streets and hidden traboules.

QUARTIER SAINTJEAN AND QUARTIER SAINT-GEORGES(OID TOWN) - Get lost in Lyon's atmosphericQuartier Saint-Jeanto discover the city's Old World charm. This medieval quarter north of the cathedral is filled with narrow cobblestone lanes and quiet little courtyards. Begin exploring aroundRue du Boeufand thePlace Neuve Saint-Jean, a picturesque square filled with traditional restaurants. Then wander around the pedestrian streets ofRue Saint-JeanandRue des Trois Maries. There are many inviting shops and cafs along the way. Continue until reaching theHtel de Gadagneat the Place du Petit Collge. This magnificent 15th-century mansion houses two excellent museums. TheMuse d'Histoire de Lyon(History Museum) illustrates the history of the city-from antiquity through the Middle Ages and Renaissance up to the 20th century. TheMuse des Marionnettes du Monde(Puppet Museum) displays marionettes from all over the world.

MURAL OF FAMOUS PEOPLE FROM LYON - At the Quai Saint Vincent, this 800-square-meter mural features 31 famous people from Lyon, with 25 historical figures and six contemporary figures. The mural was created by the Cite de la Creation organization in 1994-1995. Look for Paul Because in front of "Le Pot Beaujolais" restaurant.


THE HISTORY OF ITALYThe migrations of Indo-European peoples into Italy probably began about 2000B.C.and continued until 1000B.C.From about the 9th centuryB.C.until it was overthrown by the Romans in the 3rd centuryB.C., the Etruscan civilization was dominant. By 264B.C., all Italy south of Cisalpine Gaul was under the leadership of Rome. For the next seven centuries, until the barbarian invasions destroyed the western Roman Empire in the 4th and 5th centuriesA.D., the history of Italy is largely the history of Rome. From 800 on, the Holy Roman Emperors, Roman Catholic popes, Normans, and Saracens all vied for control over various segments of the Italian peninsula. Numerous city-states, such as Venice and Genoa, whose political and commercial rivalries were intense, and many small principalities flourished in the late Middle Ages. Although Italy remained politically fragmented for centuries, it became the cultural center of the Western world from the 13th to the 16th century.


Free import to passengers arriving with goods purchased within the EU which are for personal use only:1. tobacco products:- 800 cigarettes;- 400 cigarillos;- 200 cigars;- 1kg of pipe or cigarette tobacco;2. alcoholic beverages:- 10 litres of spirits over 22%;- 20 litres of alcoholic beverages less than 22%;- 90 litres of wine (though no more than 60 litres of sparkling wine);- 110 litres of beer.

Currency Export regulations:Local currency (Euro - EUR) and foreign currencies: no restrictions if arriving from or traveling to another EU Member State .If arriving directly from or traveling to a country outside the EU: amounts exceeding EUR 10,000.- or more or the equivalent in another currency (incl. banker's draft and cheques of any kind) must be declared.




PIZZA NAVONA - One of the most famous of Romes many squares, Piazza Navona was established towards the end of the 15th century, and preserves the shape of the Stadium of Domitian that once stood here. Built by Emperor Domitian in 86 AD, the stadium, which had a larger arena than the Colosseu...