Golden Trinangle – A Best Way to Get Experience the North India

As you know that, India has popular attractions that are why It becomes the wonderful destination for sightseeing the attractive places and attracts a lot of tourists every year. By the way, this beautiful country is fabulous for its royal history and culture. The cities of this country have been selected carefully, as contemporary India and historical India prosper here in consonance. The golden triangle tour package in India is one of the best tour packages to explore the various places of North India and also provide you a glance into the old world beauty without relieving you and also with the amazing facilities of the journey.

The journey of North India normally begins and finishes at Delhi which is also known as the capital city of India. Some of the sightseeing attractions of this city are Bahá’í Lotus sanctuary, Qutub Minar, well known Red Fort, the Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate are remainders of various ages all through history. Each of them is an investigation in architecture and a bit of history in itself. If you are a shopaholic then this city is warmly welcome you for shopping the various things. Here, you can find a lot of things, clothes, handicraft items and many more products. Some of the best shopping markets of this city are Janpath, Sarojini Nagar, and so on.

Your next and beautiful destination of golden triangle tour is Jaipur which is well known as the capital city of Rajasthan and as well as the Pink City because, in this city, a lot of attractions are prepared with red sandstone that’s why it looks pink. The history says that the marble used to make Taj Mahal was foreign made from the marble quarries arranged close to this city. Jaipur owes its large plazas and extensive roads to elephant parades that went before the Kings in the past and speaks to the illustrious culture of the state today. The attractions of this city are Hawa Mahal – Palace of the Winds, City Palace – lodging the former sovereignty (some part of it is open for tourism purposes), Jantar Mantar – a stone work observatory and one of the most popular attraction is Amer Fort. You don’t believe that a lot of tourists cherish the elephant rides to the Amber Fort.

The third city on this trip is Agra, which is only 200 km far away from Delhi and 235 km far away from Jaipur. Agra in Uttar Pradesh was the major seat of Mughal Empire. However, it initially discovers its say in the epic of Mahabharata as Agrabana, Agra is better known for Mughal-period structures, with Taj Mahal as its popular attraction. Other than Taj, there are two more UNESCO World Heritage locales at Agra – Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Agra is a decent place to purchase marble handicraft items, for example, Taj miniatures and stonework creative tabletops.


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