India:-Cultural-heritage-and-fascinating-cityscapes

1-4,Delhi

Get lost in India’s capital city. Steeped in history, the city contains many interesting monuments including an astronomy observatory dating from the 18th Century, temples from the 16th Century and India’s largest mosque, where you can ponder the mysteries of the world’s great religions.

3h03m to Agra

2h32m to Agra

5-8,Agra

Pose for that iconic photo on the stone benches in front of the Taj Mahal’s elegant fountains and learn more about how Shah Jahan built this tomb as a testament to his love for his wife. Exquisite, elegant and breathtakingly situated on the bank of the Yamuna River it’s wonder hasn’t diminished over the centuries.

4h47m to Sawai Madhopur

3h24m to Sawai Madhopur

9-11,Sawai Madhopur

Taste the flavours of India which don’t get much better than the deliciously juicy Madhopur guavas. Roam Ranthambore National Park where you’ll discover Ranthambore Fort, built a millennium ago.

2h58m to Jaipur

2h15m to Jaipur

12-14,Jaipur

Experience the "Pink City" in all its glory, so named because of the colour of its architecture. Jaipur’s streets throng with life, its City Palace evoking the stately lives of the city’s elite from days of yore.