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India enchanted 7 nights

This wonderful tour begins in the north of India, at the city of Delhi. You can move through its intricate alleyways mounted on a rickshaw, visit its great mosque, one of the largest in Asia, or visit the tallest minaret in India.

When visiting Agra, you will contemplate the Taj Mahal, a true love tribute built in marble, you will then ride on the back of an elephant at the Amber Fort in Jaipur.

We will visit the region called the Golden Triangle, one of the best routes to enter the Indian subcontinent; on this region, our guests may visit three essential cities: Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.

It is one of the most outstanding tours of the country with an unbeatable cultural and architectural wealth which is very well maintained, you can enjoy the splendour of many centuries of hegemony and understand the life of the Maharajas.

Everything starts at the capital city New Delhi and its Indira Gandhi airport, from where we will move to your hotel where you will be received in the most traditional way in the country: with Aarti and Tika. You then will rest in your room until the next morning, when the cultural fun begins!

The second day will be dedicated to visit the capital city Delhi, starting early in the morning visiting its old part: the old Delhi, where we will see the ancient walled city, capital of the Mongol empire; our tour will take us to one of the largest mosques in Asia: Jama Masjid and we will then board a classic Indian taxi bike to visit the most classical streets of the area, including Silver Street and Red Fort.

In the afternoon, we will focus on visiting New Delhi and all its charm and flavour of today’s world: the traces of Lutyens, the Rajpath, the commemorative arch of the First World War, the Parliament and the President’s residence, culminating it with the Humayun tomb visiting, an ancestral vestige built on this district.

On day three and four we will be reaching the city of Agra and explore its obligated places, on the road we will visit the impressive Itimad-Ud-Daulah mausoleum, recognized as an historical prototype of the famous Taj Mahal, and upon arrival in Agra, we will have the option to visit the Mother Teresa Monastery, Next morning is the Sikandara visit, which is a grave full of cultural syncretism; then the day culminates visiting the Red Fountain and the longed for Taj Mahal with the sunset as a background.

For the fifth day of this tour, we will be traveling to the Jaipur city, and on the road we will visit the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri, which was an important capital during the ten years of the Mogul period, and then we will continue to Jaipur.

Once in Jaipur on the sixth day yet, we will get to visit the unforgettable of this town: The Rajashtan and Amber forts, which we will visit on elephant, in the old Indian way, later, after shaking these two fortresses, we will visit the city’s Observatory, the Government Palace and we will contemplate the facade of the Hawa Mahal.

During the seventh day we will have the whole morning free and then we will return to New Delhi where we will have the rest of the day off, because early in the morning of the Eighth day we will have to go to the airport to end this magnificent tour.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1
Arrival in Delhi - Visit of the city
Arrival at the New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. Reception with wreath of calendula flowers and transfer to the hotel, traditional welcome with Aarti and tika. Delhi stands as the capital of modern India, here you can see a mix of Indian styles, from the oldest to more recent works. Delhi has seen the rise and fall of many emperors, which has left a lot of monuments commemorating the greatness and glory of times gone by. First we visit Mughal with the tour of Old Delhi: the ancient walled city. The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan moved the Mughal capital from Agra to Delhi. Possessing remarkable talent in architecture, he created the seventh city and in the process brought glorious rebirth of New Delhi. Then visit Jama Masjid: one of the largest mosques in Asia that can hold up to 25,000 people. Towering over Old Delhi, Friday Mosque was the definitive architectural work of Shah Jahan, built between 1644 and 1658. We will explore the busy streets in a rickshaw cyckle intricate, also known as tricycle, a local form of transport. Will cross the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk (literally "Silver Street"), the perfume market more wealthy of India, we will also make a visit to the largest wholesale market spice of Asia. Will pass by the symbol Red Fort, Shah Jahans, symbol of power and elegance. (Closed Mondays). Afternoon: New Delhi visit. On the traces of Lutyens. The greatest British architect: travel through the imperial part of the city, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens for the British in the 1920s. We continue along the main street, watching the impressive Rajpath, commemorative arch of World War I, India Gate and beyond the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the residence of the President and the Parliament Buildings. Also we visit the Sikh Temple in the Bangla Sahib, which is one of the most popular place of worship in Delhi, the Delhi Sultanate. We will visit Qutab Minar the highest minaret in India and the Humayun's Tomb, a masterpiece of Mughal architecture. Overnight at Hotel. TDH optional dinner at the hotel.
Day 2
Delhi
Breakfast at the hotel. First we visit Mughal with the tour of Old Delhi: the ancient walled city. The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan moved the Mughal capital from Agra to Delhi. Possessing remarkable talent in architecture, he created the seventh city and in the process brought glorious rebirth of New Delhi. Then visit Jama Masjid: one of the largest mosques in Asia that can hold up to 25,000 people. Towering over Old Delhi, Friday Mosque was the definitive architectural work of Shah Jahan, built between 1644 and 1658. We will explore the busy streets in a rickshaw cyckle intricate, also known as tricycle, a local form of transport. Will cross the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk (literally "Silver Street"), the perfume market more wealthy of India, we will also make a visit to the largest wholesale market spice of Asia. Will pass by the symbol Red Fort, Shah Jahans, symbol of power and elegance. (Closed Mondays). Afternoon: New Delhi visit. On the traces of Lutyens. The greatest British architect: travel through the imperial part of the city, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens for the British in the 1920s. We continue along the main street, watching the impressive Rajpath, commemorative arch of World War I, India Gate and beyond the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the residence of the President and the Parliament Buildings. Also we visit the Sikh Temple in the Bangla Sahib, which is one of the most popular place of worship in Delhi, the Delhi Sultanate. We will visit Qutab Minar the highest minaret in India and the Humayun's Tomb, a masterpiece of Mughal architecture. Overnight at Hotel. TDH optional dinner at the hotel.
Day 3
Delhi - Agra
Breakfast at the hotel. We will leave for Agra on the highway. (210 kms, approximately 4 hours by car). On the way to Agra we will visit the Itmadud Daulah. The Mausoleum of Itimad-Ud-Daulah is a Mughal mausoleum often described as a "jeweler", and sometimes called "Baby Taj", as it is considered as a previous project of the Taj Mahal. Arrival at the Hotel, Check in and free afternoon at your disposal. Optional visit to the Mother Teresa Monastery at no extra cost: This foundation has more than 48 children who have been orphaned or come from poor families, as well as 150 incapacitated adults who can no longer take care of themselves. The mission relies exclusively on private donations to support its cause. Accommodation at the Hotel. Dinner at the hotel.
Day 4
Agra
Breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast we will go to Sikandara. In this place, Akbar began to build his own Mausoleum, a perfect mix of Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist and Jain designs to show the religious tolerance of the imperator. The tomb has a three-story red sandstone minaret that has wonderful marble incrustations at the four corners of the building. We will continue the visti towards the Red Fort, one of the great fortified residences built in several strategic points of the Mughal empire. The fort presents a good example of Islamic and Hindu architectural styles. It is said that the Agra Fort is where Shajahan saw Mumtaz and fell in love at first sight. Sunset at the Taj Mahal, the marble monument of love that needs no introduction. The Taj Mahal was built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a mausoleum for his beloved queen Mumtaz Begum. This wonder of the world is said that it took 21 years to build. It has a huge bright white dome with four minarets at the corners and is characterized by perfect symmetry and harmony, either in the form of minarets, the domes, the central arch of the facade, the cavities arched perfectly willing or intricate work stone inlay. It is the most extravagant monument ever built for love. Lodging at the hotel. Optional dinner at the hotel.
Day 5
Agra - Jaipur
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Jaipur (200 km, about 4-5 hours). On route visit Fatehpur Sikri: Fatehpur Sikri name evokes a nostalgia of history between the minds of India. The richest period of history can be attributed to the Mughal period and Fatehpur Sikri is synonymous with all the architectural wonder that this emperor could evoke. This is officially a town and a district, but in reality, this historic facade is a mere ghost town of the past. The facade of Fatehpur Sikri remains a historical monument - abandoned - although it was built to support an ancient city in expansion. Built during the second half of the 16th century by Emperor Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri (the City of Victory) was the capital of the Mughal Empire for 10 years. We will continue to drive to Jaipur. Registration at the hotel. Free afternoon. Accommodation at the Hotel. TDH optional dinner at the hotel.
Day 6
Jaipur
Breakfast at the hotel. Touristic tour of Jaipur, also known as the "Pink City" and the gateway to the state of Rajasthan. We will visit the forts of Rajasthan, and will cross Amber Fort by elephant. This fortress was the residence of the royal family and is one of the most charming forts in India. A complex of palaces, temples, public rooms, inlaid mirror, with beautiful gardens. The fort is a fine example of the Rajput architecture. Inside the fortress delightful palaces stand between Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) and Diwan-e-Aam (Hall of Public Audience). Afternoon: visit the city pink city of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar Observatory, City Palace and contemplate the magnificent facade of the Hawa Mahal. Overnight at Hotel. TDH optional dinner at the hotel
Day 7
Jaipur - Delhi
Breakfast at the hotel. Free morning for your personal activities. Departure to Delhi. Arrival in Dheli and, after check-in at the hotel, free afternoon for your personal activities. Optional dinner at the hotel. Accommodation at the hotel.
Day 8
Delhi (Departure)
Breakfast at hotel. Morning in time departure transfer to Delhi airport to board flight to onward destination.

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