All You Need To Know About Golden Triangle Tour 4 Days 3 Nights

All You Need To Know About Golden Triangle Tour 4 Days 3 Nights

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Delhi, Jaipur and Agra are the three cities which come under the Golden Triangle. These ancient cities talk about the passionate world of the Mughals and Hindu kings and their world’s best architecture works. Whether it is QutabMinar in Delhi, the Amber Fort in Jaipur or the Taj Mahal in Agra, these are the gems of the Golden Triangle cities. Plan Golden Triangle Tour 6 days tour smartly not to miss anything.


The Golden Triangle tour starts with the capital city of India, Delhi. The city has a lot to explore, so you have to manage to explore it in the Golden triangle Tour 5 Nights 6 Days. Firstly, go straight to Chandni Chowk which is the centre of Old Delhi and was created by Shah Jahan in 1650 A.D. You will see stalls selling spices, cloth, electronics and a wide variety of paranthas for the food lovers. Make sure to stop at Karim’s place for its famous mouth-watering kebabs. The next stop of your visit should be to Red Fort or say LalQila which is situated at the banks of the Yamuna River and is extended over 2 kilometres. Then visit the largest mosque in India, Jama Masjid which can hold 25,000 people. Jama Masjid shows the beautiful blend of white marble and red sandstone. Get the glimpse of the Red Fort and the best view of Old Delhi.

If you are left with time then visit Raj Ghat, the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi. In the evening, you can enjoy the popular Sound and Light Show of Red Fort.

Start the next day with the site seeing of QutabMinar which is the UNESCO World Heritage site. It is over 72 metres high and the construction of which started in 1193 A.D. You can also see Mughal tombs there. Come back to Delhi to see Lodhi Gardens and Humayun’s Tomb. In the evening, enjoy the famous Delhi snacks and head to the next city.


In your Golden Triangle Tour 5 days , Agra would be the second destination.  your trip to Agra the next morning and you can stop at FatehpurSikri, the ancient fortified capital city of the Mughal Empire. It will give you a glimpse of Emperor Akbar's life and has homes for his Hindu, Christian and Muslim wives, and also a spectacular masjid. Then head to see the proud of India, the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Taj Mahal is built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial for his loving wife Mumtaz. After enjoying the spectacular view of Taj Mahal, visit Agra Fort. It is the fort where the ruthless son of Shahjahan, Aurangzeb held him captive.


The next city of the Golden Triangle is the Pink City, Jaipur. Jaipur's old city will be the best place to begin exploring Jaipur where visit the Hawa Mahal which is an iconic building. From the small windows or jharokhas of Hawa Mahal, the women who lived there were able to secretly observe life outside their palace. Then head to the City Palace which shows the speculator blends of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The City Palace is the best place tohave look at the elegant world of the maharajas. You can also go to see JantarMantar which shows a collection of some of the most fascinating scientific instruments.

The next morning will bring you the opportunity to visit Amber which is 11 kilometres from Jaipur. Amber Fort is known as the golden fort and it was built in 1592 A.D. by Maharaja Man Singh. The fort has spectacular mirror-work and paintings. An elephant ride is the best way to explore the fort. After enjoying the view of Amber fort, head back to Jaipur and do some shopping there. As it is famous for its ethnic handicrafts, silver jewellery and Rajasthani attires.

There end your 4 Days 3 Nights tour of the Golden Triangle.

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