Golden-Triangle

Golden-Triangle

Have you only got a few days to spend in India? Then the Golden-Triangle might be something for you: Delhi – Jaipur – Agra – Delhi.

A highlight / must-see is without a doubt the Taj Mahal.

Even on this short trip you will have to make choices, there are so many things to see. I am willing to think along about what is realistic and practical to do in the days you have available.

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Golden Triangle

Halfway Delhi and Jaipur is the Neemrana Fort Palace where you can enjoy a cup of coffee, tea or lunch. You may want to spend the night in this fabulous entourage. It comes with a price, however.

Just ahead of Jaipur are the Amber Fort and the Nahargarh Fort with a magnificent view over Jaipur. Additionally Sikandra / Mathura / Vrindavan / Deeg / Alwar / Sariska NP / Ranthambhore NP are worth visiting as well.

Objects and places of interest Golden-Triangle: Jaipur

  • City Palace
  • Hawa Mahal, “Palace of the Winds”
  • Jantar Mantar, astronomical observation structure
  • Water Palace
  • Royal Gaitor Tumbas
  • Raj Mandir Cinema (Indian largest cinema with Bollywood films)
  • Colourful market places in the old centre

Objects and places of interest between Jaipur and Agra

  • Galta monkey temple
  • Abhaneri step well
  • Balaji temple
  • Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary / Keoladeo National Park
  • Fatehpur Sikri
  • Korai village

Objects and places of interest Golden-Triangle: Agra

  • Taj Mahal
  • Red Fort
  • Tomb of I’timād-ud-Daulah
  • Memtabh Bagh / Moonlight Garden
  • Kachhhpura Village heritage walk
  • Agra Bear Rescue Facility (ABRF) / Wildlife SOS
  • Elephant Conservation and Care Center

Objects and places of interest in Delhi

  • India Gate, Parliament House / Sansad Bhavan, President’s House / Rashtrapati Bhavan
  • Akshardham Mandir
  • Lotus temple
  • Birla temple
  • Raj Ghat / Gandhi museum
  • Humayun’s tomb
  • Red Fort / Lal Qila
  • Old Fort / Purana Qila
  • Connaught Place / Palika Bazaar
  • National Museum
  • Sulabh International Museum of Toilets
  • Shankar’s International Dolls Museum
  • National Philatelic Museum
  • National Rail Museum
  • And many more ….

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