The complete itinerary for your Golden Triangle trip

How does a visit to three of the greatest traveler hotspots in India less than one week sound? Fascinating? Feasible? All things considered, the urban communities of Delhi, Jaipur and Agra lie extremely close to each other which make it effortlessly feasible for anybody to fulfill such a feat with some smart planning.

 

India’s Golden tourism triangle consisting of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi is one of the best joint trips you can embark upon. You will be hitting three of the top tourism hotspots in a single trip! The best part about visiting these places is that, they lie incredibly close to each other; hence, transportation is never a problem. You can take the bus, a taxi, heck even book one of the Jaipur to Delhi flights if you get a good offer! Transport is not the issue, but planning your trip wisely is crucial. Mentioned below is an itinerary you can follow for your trip to the golden tourism triangle of India.

 

Touch base in Delhi

Delhi

The initial step is to touch base in Delhi in the event that you haven’t as of now. Make Delhi your base which wills the beginning as well the final stop for your trip. So basically, the idea is to go on a round trip starting from Delhi and end up there in the end. Go around for touring and witness the rich authentic and social foundation of the city. Visit the different chronicled landmarks and points of interest. Visit the road markets, particularly ‘Chandi Chowk’ to get the genuine “Dilli” feeling. Eat at a bona fide North Indian coffee shop and crevasse on the rich scrumptious Punjabi nourishment cooked in the way it ought to. Book your taxi for your trek to Jaipur the following day and get a goodnight’s sleep.

 

The Delhi-Jaipur venture

If possible, begin at the break of dawn the following day. It ought to take you around 6,7 hours relying upon where you begin from. It will take you to 6 hours if your hotel lies around Central or South Delhi and 7 hours from North Delhi. If you begin early, you will make it to Jaipur before the lunch time. Arrange a stay for a night or two in Jaipur as there is such a great amount to see and do in this city. Start with your touring the day you arrive. Tell your taxi driver to take you to ‘Old Jaipur’ and the minute you enter the huge gate of this territory, you will know why they call it the pink city. Save a date for a visit to Jal Mahal and Amer Fort. Amer post is the most popular vacation destination in the city and Jal Mahal the most lovely.

 

Jaipur to Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehput_Sikiri

After you bid farewell to Jaipur, it is time to begin to hit Agra. Before you reach Agra, you ought to make a little pit-stop along the way. Make your stop at Fatehpur Sikri, only an hour from Agra and 3 hours from Jaipur. This spot is a standout amongst the most mainstream tourist destinations close Agra. This UNESCO World Heritage site was worked by the colossal Mughal Emperor, Akbar. The main tourist hotspots in the city are Jama Masjid and Panch Mahal.

 

Next stop, Agra.

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Lastly, Agra! The last stop for your trek — home to the world popular landmark, the Taj Mahal and the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Agra Fort. There is such a great amount to see and do in Agra that visiting just to see the Taj Mahal is a shame. Take some time out and explore all the other monuments as well. Spend a night in the city and advance back to the national capital by afternoon.

 

If you still have the fire burning in your guts, then you can head on to South Delhi once you have reached Delhi from Agra around evening. South Delhi will give you the option to choose from many interesting places to party your socks off!

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