Architectural Splendors and Cultural Glory of India Revealed with Golden Triangle Tours

The best way to uncover the gems of India is the Golden Triangle Tours which include Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. These cities are popular vivid tourist destinations in India dotted with magnificent fortresses, breathtaking palaces, monuments and World Heritage Sites offering incredible diversity of India in a microcosm. Cheap Rajasthan tour packages also present the same unique experience of architectural wonders but the golden triangle tours cover a great deal of Mughal architectural splendors.

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One of the three destinations includes Delhi, the ancient city which has witnessed various rulers and dynasties and at present is the capital of India and home to an amazing diversity and untold cultural and architectural wealth. Dotted with an array of World Heritage Sites, Delhi is a major destination for holidays in India famous for its vibrant culture; sightseeing, shopping and mouthwatering cuisines with major attractions include Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb along with Jama Masjid and India Gate among others.

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Agra is another destination which offers the enchanting Taj Mahal which shines like a allure beckoning millions of tourists from around the world every year to book Agra Tour Packages. Voted as one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is the standing testimony built by the emperor Shah Jehan. Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri and the Taj Mahal are other UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Jaipur Tour Packages takes you to the city which proudly flaunts the color pink as a century back in honor of the King of England Edward III. This vibrant city is India’s first well-planned city which jostles modernity and the charming colonial legacy of the erstwhile maharajas of Kachhwaha Rajput clan. There are numerous sights of cultural and historical importance the most resplendent of them being Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace and the World Heritage Site of Jantar Mantar or the Royal Observatory.