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Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
Indian routes   north india
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  • 1. Golden Triangle: Delhi ~ Agra ~ Jaipur INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Connections from Europe by all major Airlines Flying time from Paris to Delhi – about 07 hours BEST TIME TO VISIT Jan - Mar : Cool and dry, a good time to come. April - May : Summer. Warm certainly, but also good value for money. June - Aug : The monsoon months, with a drizzly, misty charm all their own. Sept - Dec : Pleasant and dry, usually the main tourist season. MAIN ATTRACTIONS Mughal Heritage Rich Architecture Forts & palaces LUXURY ACCOMODTAION – Palace & Boutique Hotels, Luxury Vilas Hotels
  • 2. DelhiThe capital city of modern India hasbehind it centuries of history, which hasenriched its culture. Nowhere hastradition blended with modernity on ascale as evident in Delhi - age-oldmonuments stand check by jowl with ultramodern hi-rise buildings. Delhi has beenthe seat of power for centuries. Todayold and new city combine to present aharmonious whole offering the traveler,elegant shops, broad laburnum linedavenues, sun warmed elegant forts andmosques that were once stronghold ofMughal powers and colorful bazaars.
  • 3. Delhi
  • 4. Delhi
  • 5. AgraThe city of Taj Mahal, worlds most famous monument of love! Situated along thebanks of river Yamuna, Agra still has ambience associated with Mughal period, whoarrived in 1526.
  • 6. Agra
  • 7. Agra
  • 8. Fatehpur Sikri
  • 9. JaipurFirst of India’s planned cities and the capital of Rajasthan, the ‘Pink City’ has atimeless appeal in its colorful bazaars. The ancient heart of the city still beats inits fairy tale palaces and rugged fortresses perched on barren hills and broadavenues. The city was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1727 and was namedafter him.
  • 10. Jaipur
  • 11. Jaipur
  • 12. Jaipur
  • 13. Jaipur
  • 14. Samode
  • 15. Samode
  • 16. Samode
  • 17. Reach us Indian Routes 7th Level Select Office Tower Select Citywalk A3, District Centre, Saket New Delhi – 110017 Tel: (91-11) 46162630 Fax: (91-11) 46162631 Email: contact@indian-routes.in Website: www.indian-routes.in

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