Duration: 9 Nights / 10 Days
Places to visit: Delhi - Sikandra - Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur - Amber - Delhi - Amritsar
Overnight at hotel. Accommodation.
Breakfast. Morning visit to Jamma Masjid, the largest mosque in India, in the heart of old Delhi. Later we approach the Raj Ghat, where Gandhi was cremated, to continue with a panoramic view of government buildings along the Raj Path and the imposing India Gate. To complete our tour we visited the Birla Temple and Sikh Temple. Also we visit the impressive Qutub Minar minaret of 72 meters. high.
Breakfast. Morning drive to Agra, a city that alternated with Delhi headquarters of the capital of the Mughal Empire. Along the way, we visit Sikandra, located 15 km. Agra and where the colossal mausoleum of Emperor Akbar, Indo-Islamic multi-storey building with four slender minarets. The mausoleum was begun in 1605 by Emperor Akbar, but it was his son Jahangir who finished in 1613. In the temple and its magnificent detail, the mixture of styles that combines mainly red sandstone, mosaics and inlaid seen white marble in its decoration. Continue to Agra.
Breakfast. At dawn, visit the Taj Mahal, with a captive to those who contemplate unsurpassable architectural perfection and the Red Fort and its white marble palaces that rise majestically on the banks of river Yamuna peaceful.
Breakfast. Morning departure to Fathepur Sikri, last city built by Akbar and apparently abandoned for lack of water. We continue to Jaipur, the "Pink City" which owes its nickname to the color of the sandstone with which the buildings of the old city were built
Breakfast. Visit Amber, from the road that gives us a spectacular image. We went up to his fortified palace whose halls are adorned with paintings and marble filigree. Back to Jaipur we approach the Maharaja's Palace and its museums and the Observatory of Jai Singh.
In the morning we take a train to Jhansi. We will drive to Khajuraho. Arrive in Khajuraho and hotel. Later tour groups temple west. Rest of the day
Breakfast. Visit Jalianwala Bagh, a national monument that commemorates the independence movement of India; the Golden Temple, built in the sixteenth century and reflects the openness of religion to all believers and where the picturesque colors of the pilgrims and their deep devotion, will make the visit a memorable experience. At night, we recommend visiting the Golden Temple to attend the ceremony to keep the holy book, known as "Granth Sahib".
Breakfast. In the afternoon, departure by Shatabdi Express train to Delhi. Arrival and transfer to the airport.
Departure by return flight