Golden Triangle Tour 5 Days - Explore The Rich History And Heritage Of India

by Rohit Kumar SEO- Digital Marketing Expert

Over recent years, as a tourist spot, India has evolved tremendously. The natural beauty and tourist spots in India have all the time been nothing short of incredible but with great development and progress and splendid modernized hospitality industries all through the country, it is likely not only to see the rich history, great heritage, and glory of the country but also travel and stay in lavishness and style on your golden triangle tour.

Golden Triangle Tour 5 Days offers the chance to see stunning and unforgettable places   -

1.   In all fairness, every place in India is far from a comparison but if you do have to narrow it down to the three most stunning and unforgettable places in India we give advice taking the Golden Triangle Tours and visiting Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.

2.    There are a number of hotels or a motel for every budget bracket, diverse kinds of shopping haunts, and eateries of all types for an assortment of cuisines and places of interest for everybody on this tour of three cities. So you can choose these options and that is most stunning.

You start from capital city Delhi – a noteworthy city from beginning to end of all ages

If you want to get short time travel to India which give you budget Golden Triangle Tour 3 Days 2 Nights experience of holidays. Delhi is the capital city of India and has also been a noteworthy city for the period of the ancient empires, the Mughal dynasty and the long British colonial times. All from From being Indraprastha, capital of the Pandavas in the famous epic Mahabharata to being home to mighty Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for a while to being the centre stone of the British Raj, the city has greatly seen glory days from beginning to end all ages.

Now, it has more than 1300 monuments that are listed as important, hotels and restaurants, dozens of malls, boutiques of all the biggest international brands, numerous bazaars, and much more. You can visit and see old markets of Chandni Chowk to see the local flavour or you can stop by at Select City Mall for the ultimate in upscale shopping. It is fun to visit places such as-

·         Red Fort

·         Qutab Minar

·         Humayun's Tomb

·         the Delhi Zoo

·         Jantar Mantar and more.

The next stop of Golden Triangle Tour 4 Days is the city of Agra-

Agra has been a central place during the Mughal Empire and was a famous cultivating point for a lot of arts and crafts traditions. The most well-known feature of Agra is clearly the Taj Mahal. This all-white marble structure was famously constructed by the great Emperor Shah Jahan as a lovely symbol of his perpetual love and passion for his lovely wife Mumtaz Mahal.

The immense expression of love and devotion by any man for a woman -

The Taj Mahal is known to be the immense expression of love and devotion by any man for a woman in the history of the planet and is a much-loved destination for inhabitants from all places of the world. Agra is also great abode to Fatehpur Sikri, the hub of Sufi mysticism.

Rajasthan, the city is well-known for its magnificent palaces and forts -

The last but not the least stop of your tour is the city of Jaipur. The capital of Rajasthan, this great city is known for its glorious palaces and splendid forts a majority of which have been colour washed in a pink shade, and this lends the entire place the name Pink City. One can visit the Hawa Mahal and the Amber Fort and get a splendid Elephant Ride known as the courtesy of the Golden Triangle Tours.

To cut a long story short, the Golden Triangle Tour is the great packaging of the three most good-looking and unforgettable places in India which will send you back home with sweet memories to last a lifetime.

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