India:-All-that-glitters-really-is-gold

1-5,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.

7h27m to Shimla

9h40m to Shimla

6-9,Shimla

Explore the city of Shimla, the terminus of the Kalka to Shimla railway in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. It’s well known for the Lakkar Bazaar, where you can purchase wooden toys and handicrafts and also the Mall, a centre for handicrafts of all kinds.

5h33m to Pragpur

9h40m to Shimla

10-13,Pragpur

Peek into this heritage village in the heart of Himachal Pradesh with its cobbled streets and beautiful architecture built by prosperous colonial Portuguese, Rajput, and Kangra merchants in the 19th Century.

3h35m to Amritsar

9h40m to Shimla

14-17,Amritsar

Be awed by the fabulous and sacred Golden Temple, the Sikh religion’s holiest complex. Its kitchen feeds up to 100000 people each day regardless of their religion. Bathe in the Amrit Sarovar Lake for a complete spiritual experience in this religiously rich town.

8h55m to Mussoorie

3h35m to Mussoorie

9h40m to Shimla

18-21,Mussoorie

Start your adventure in the foothills of the Himalayas at the hillstation of Mussoorie, which takes its name from the shrubs that can be found growing nearby. Enjoy a cable car excursion up Gun Hill, the second highest peak in the area, but try to pick a clear day so that the incredible summit views aren’t obscured by mist.