Many of the delights of northern India can be seen on this 2 night 3 days golden triangle tour - Taj mahal Agra with Jaipur from Delhi journey along the "Golden Triangle" route. Explore Delhi's Old City to see Mughal-era structures, visit Agra to see the Taj Mahal and other famous sites, and go to Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, to see the palaces that Maharajas constructed. Ground transport from door to door is included in every tour. A multi-day trip across the 3 days Golden Triangle tour, discover the highlights of Agra, Delhi, and Jaipur, three recognizable cities. Visit a number of historical locations and retrace the steps of the Mughals and Maharajas. You can unwind daily by being picked up and drop off at your hotel's front door.
You’ll drive to Agra after being picked up from the international or domestic airport in Delhi, then take a taxi to your accommodation. After getting ready, go sightseeing in Agra to view the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort. One of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal, is located in Agra besides the Yamuna River. It was constructed as a memorial in honor of Mumtaz Mahal, the third wife of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. There is also the location of Shah Jahan's burial. One of the most beautiful buildings in the world, the Taj Mahal, was constructed in the 17th century using solely white marble. More people than Agra's total population enter through the majestic gates each year to see this breathtaking marvel. One of the most well-known structures in India both politically and historically is the Red Fort, which is also located in Agra. The fort was made from red sandstone, which gives the structure a red tinge and is well renowned for its outside walls, which extend for about 2 kilometers. Shah Jahan built this building back in the 17th century, and it served as the hub of his Mughal government while he transferred his capital from Agra to Delhi. After the sightseeing is over, stay the night in an Agra hotel.
Depart for Jaipur while en route to Fatehpur Sikri. Transfer to a hotel in Jaipur upon arrival, followed by a half-day of sightseeing. No trip to India is complete without spending some time in Jaipur. Jaipur is a regal wonderland of culture and legacy, teeming with architectural jewels, and is affectionately known as "The Pink City" because of the blushing color of its historical structures. Additionally, it is a noteworthy stop on India's well-known Golden Triangle tourism route. You can then stay the night in a hotel in Jaipur.
After breakfast, depart from the hotel and begin your city tour of Jaipur. See the City Palace, the Hawa Mahal, the Jal Mahal, and Albert Hall Museum. Soon after Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II made the decision to move his court from the city of Amber, City Palace has stood at the center of the Old City of Jaipur for three centuries. The fairy-tale-like building, which is guarded by enormous guard walls and serves as the current residence of Jaipur's royal family, is lavish and entrancing beyond your wildest dreams. If you have any preconceived views about how Jaipur's structures seem, they most likely originated from the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Breeze). It contains all of the recognizable architectural elements seen in city postcards, including the honeycombed façade painted salmon pink to imitate the crown of the Hindu god Krishna, geometric embellishments, and rows of tiny windows. After sightseeing is done, leave for Delhi in the evening; once there, proceed to the airport or railway station for your next destination.
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