Bollywood, Palaces, Shopping and Taj Mahal

Delhi, the capital city of India, features a modern metropolitan that is home to people of different regions, languages, and cultures. Although boasting the advantages of a modern city, Delhi still holds the appeal of a time gone by, with a rich historical and cultural ambience. From old city lanes, to incredible monuments and the newer shopping arcades, this city will captivate you with its selection of old and new.

Agra is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal, which is a definite must see for any visitor travelling through India. Offering easily accessible excursions to nearby destinations, Agra is also known for its architectural gems, handicrafts and culture.

Jaipur, also fondly known as India’s Pink City, is the capital of the state of Rajasthan and hosts several attractions like the City Palace, Govind Dev ji Temple, Vidhan Sabha, Birla Temple and several massive Rajput forts.
Jaipur has all the amenities of a big city, but its real charm lies only in the inner lanes and streets of the markets and with its camels, elephant rides, desert sounds and folk culture, Jaipur is by far one of the most colourful experiences one can hope to experience in India.

Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, is the commercial and entertainment capital of India. Home to Bollywood and said to have more millionaires per square mile than Manhattan, it definitely exudes the feeling of the “City of Dreams’, as it is affectionately known.

This fascinating waterfront city is a mixture of traditional and modern, making exploring its many lively streets an unforgettable affair. Whether it’s the glamour of Bollywood, the array of Victorian buildings of the British Raj, the many beautiful temples, museums, galleries or the seaside promenade, there is something to keep even the most travelled visitor entertained.

Shopping experiences in Mumbai range from the simple street vendors that dot the pavements, to the larger shopping malls where one can browse through an array of different shops, watching movies and sitting down for a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants.


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