The Indian travel industry has always been in business cause of India’s Great History and when we talk about the Great Indian history, the talk always starts with the golden triangle of Delhi-Agra-Jaipur. This trio has always been in news for its people, rich culture and history and is the first choice of the visitors if they visit North India. People here are really helpful and humble that you can easily approach them for any needs. Delhi, the national Capital, is located at the same distance from both the places. Before I take you either to Jaipur or to Agra, let me mesmerize you with the beauty of the Delhi.
Known as the city of flyovers now-a-days, Delhi has always been the first choice of the emperors, rulers and even the visitors. The city is easily accessible by the Delhi Metro, buses, autos and taxis. It has a huge market named as Chandni chowk which is world famous for its variety for everything. It also has the famous eateries like “Paranthe Wali Gali”, Karim’s etc. Akshardham Temple, Bangla Sahib gurudwara, Hanuman Temple in CP, Nizamuddin Dargah, Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid are amongst the famous holly places. There is beautiful market in the name Connaught Place which can be seen in almost all the Bollywood movies. It also has the world famous monuments like Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Rashtrapathi Bhavan, TeenMurti Bhavan, India Gate, Feroz Shah Kotla Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Jantar-Mantar and many more to fascinate. The gardens like Lodhi Garden, Central Park CP etc are also of interest. The food in Delhi is ever-loved by all.
Like Delhi, Jaipur is also known for its forts and charismatic gardens. Situated at 220 Kms away from Delhi, it is the first choice of the visitors form Delhi. By road, it takes 5 hrs to reach as it’s a smooth drive. It takes the same time to reach Jaipur by train and bus.
The 16th century Amer Fort, which was built by Raja Man Singh, is built using precious stones and marbles and also has got a lot of beautiful paintings on the walls. The lake below the fort gives a breathtaking look which is unforgettable. It also has a famous temple named Jai Mandir which also has a Sheesh Mahal (It’s a hall with artistic mirrors on walls). The famous city also has the places to visit like City Palace, Nahargarh fort, Jai Garh Fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal etc which leaves an impression of their own. One more place in the name of Choukhi Dhani in the city is also famous as it depicts the Rajasthan culture. On the way from Delhi to Jaipur, one can also see the famous mountains of the Aravali series.
Let’s now move towards Agra which is situated at a distance of 200 kms from Delhi. World knows Agra for Taj Mahal which is also amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. It is also a World Heritage site. It is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna and the scenic view in the river mesmerizes everybody. Agra is also famous for its monuments like Sikandra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri fort, Jahangir Mahal, Jama Masjid, Panch Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Octagonal Tower and there is still a list to add to it. The city has also got famous garden like Ram Bagh and Dayal Bagh. The city is also known for its Mughlai food and handwork.
There are a lot of travel agencies which will help you in visiting these places in as comfortable way as you want. Delhi, being the national capital, has got all the facilities one might need to complete the golden triangle tour with unforgettable memories.