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Palace On Wheels

Palace on Wheels
Counted one among the top ten most luxurious trains of the world, Palace On Wheels is part of the historical glory, which India has to boast of vehemently. The extraordinary train taking one to experience lively the charm and glory of bygone days, which was restricted to royal people only. Once the personal mode of travelling of rulers of Rajasthan and Gujarat, Nizams of Hyderabad and British Viceroys, the Palace On Wheels today, with its preserved luxuriousness, is the best possible way to discover the glorious past of India.

Poplular destinaions you explore
The one-week long train journey haps between national capital Delhi and Rajasthan, the culturally richest state as well as the biggest tourist attraction of the country. Letting travellers of the train to experience the ultimate opulence in the same manner as the kings of India and British Viceroys were used to. Taking you to some of the most famous historical spots of the country, such as Jaipur (2nd day),Chittorgarh (3rd day), Udaipur (3th day), Sawai Madhopur (4th day), Jaisalmer (5th day), Jodhpur (6th day), Bharatpur and Agra (7th day), the Palace On Wheels is finest way of your interaction with culturally and superior India.

Excursion/sightseeing to be indulged into
Once you have got in this extraordinary train, the extraordinary journey awaits you at intense. Visit to some of the most renowned historical places of Rajasthan makes tourists behold and wonder at the richness of cultural and historical splendour of the country.

The magnificence of the historical and cultural valour of the state is palpable once the train reaches to Jaipur – the capital of Rajasthan, and Pink City of India, where decorated elephants and Sehnai songs cheer your spirit and prepare your historical exploration of Rajasthan in most royal manner. Historical places like Rambagh Palace, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort and Amber Fort at Jaipur; lakes, palaces, gardens and temples of Udaipur; old havelis and desert camel safari at Jaisalmer, and wildlife exploration at Ranthambore and Bharatpur are prime attraction of your ride at Palace On Wheels. And not to forget the visit to world famous monument of love – the Taj Mahal at Agra.

Exotic facilities you experience on the wheel
While on board, the extravagance and frill are the best thing you will love most to let yourself in. The elegant interiors with its ethnic setting stun you as you enter the train. Each of the saloons of the train highlights the precious cultural charm of the princely state. All the 14 deluxe saloons of the train are air-conditioned, each equipped with bath and shower, and a 24-hours personal attendant.

Maharaja and Maharani – the two restaurants car of the train have menu including Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisine. The well stocked bar has good collection of Indian and international brand of wine, scotch and cocktails. The other services one can avail on request on the train are doctor-on-call, beauty parlour, barber shop and laundry service. Interestingly, the lounge has also its own bazaar selling souvenir and gift items.

Tour Brief
Places you explore while on Palace On Wheels are Jaipur, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Sawai Madhopur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bharatpur and Agra.

Day1: Depart Safdarjung Rly Station (Delhi) at 6:30 PM,
Day 2: Jaipur
Day 3: Chittorgarh and Udaipur
Day 4: Sawai Madhopur
Day 5: Jaisalmer
Day 6: Jodhpur
Day 7: Bharatpur & Agra.

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