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Total 10 nights of the hotel. (01 NIGHT AT NIGHT TRAIN) Accommodation in a double room + daily breakfast buffet. Boat Trip on the Ganges River, Varanasi Climb on elephant backs at Amber Fort, Jaipur. Rickshaw ride through the Jaipur market. The train ticket for the Varanasi -Agra route in second class A / C. Horse cart ride from the bus stop to the entrance gate to Taj Mahal in Agra (Tonga Ride). Transfers, visits / excursions according to program for: 01 passenger in a car air conditioning (A / C Tata Indigo). 02 to 03 passengers in an air conditioning car (A / C Toyota Innova). 04-06 passengers with a macro van of air conditioning (Tempo Traveler). Local guides speaking Castellana for all visits and excursions according to the itinerary. (Consult the number of people needed for the confirmation of a Spanish speaking guide). In Lucknow the English speaking guide. Assistance each city for the round trip time. Local taxes applied at this time. The service tax of 3.50%.Airfare and airport taxes. The entrances to the monuments. Personal expenses such as drinks, tips, visas, insurance, laundry as well as telephone calls. National and International flight tickets, visa. Any other service that has not been specified as "included".
Day 1 : Place of Origin -Mumbai (By flight)
Upon arrival at Mumbai airport. Reception by our representative of Deva Holidays, after traditional welcome transfer to the hotel. Aojamiento in hotel.
Day 2 : Mumbai
Breakfast. In the morning excursion to the Caves of Elephanta. (Closed on Monday), located on the Elephanta Islands, It is a wonderful tourist attraction and recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and named by the Portuguese traveler, after being surprised to see an elephant statue near the landing of the island. These temples carved into the rock are dedicated to Shiva, which is not one of the many Hindu gods. It has the triple role of creator, guardian of life and destroyer. Therefore, the impressive image of Shiva that rises in one of the caves shows him at the top of his six meters with three faces, one for each facet.
In the afternoon visit the financial and commercial capital of India, including the Gateway of India, the house-museum of Gandhi (Mani Bhawan), Victoria Terminus and the suspended gardens of Malabar Hill. Later, you will see the Prince of Wales Museum (Closed on Mondays) and the Crawford Market. Hotel accommodation.
Day 3 : Mumbai- Lucknow (By plane)
Breakfast. In the morning transfer to the airport to depart in flight to Udaipur.
In Flight: 9W 359 Departure at 12:05 hours arrival at 14:10 hours
Upon arrival transfer to hotel.
Optional (Not included): Heritage walk
We will have an option a heritage road, for a street in 'Chowk' the oldest market in Lucknow to buy the unique handicrafts of this city of Nawabi. We walked in the Chowk por-lane called 'Gol Darwaza' - a place that was once a seat of numerous (a small entertainment studios where girls perform beautiful in the afternoons) 'Kothas' is now a market that is known as the house the best of craftsmanship and work Chikan. A heritage walk here will be a showcase of the culture of this legendary city and take in the bygone era. (It works every day except Thursdays).
Optional (Not included): Culinary Walk
We embarked on a cooking trip from Lucknow- Culinary Walk to enjoy in the never before pampering taste buds that visit road restaurants (these restaurants are very traditional and none can copy the flavor they offer). We started Kaleji Kabab, from Rahim Kulche Nihari, from Mubeen Pasanda Kabab, Tunday Galawati Kabab and, finally, to sweeten the mouth of the silver foiled Malai Gilori in Radhey's. If you feel heavy after such a heavy diet we still have a solution to try the Paan. Hotel accommodation.
Day 4 : Lucknow
Breakfast. We embarked on an exciting new city tour beginning with a visit to the architectural wonder of age, The Martiniere School was designed by Frenchman Major General Claude Martin as a palatial house. Even today, Claude Martin is a venerated personality in the city of Lucknow.
We will visit the palace and garden of Dilkusha, This palace was built by a European architect for the Nawab - Sadat Ali Khan. The Nawab only saw this building in its completion and the first words that came out of his lips were "Dil Khush Hua", meaning that "My heart is happy", so it was aptly called "Dilkusha". The palace and gardens were used as a country house and hunted by the Nawab and its Begums. Game of light consisting of deer and bears were kept in the woods around the Begums to enjoy a little hunting themselves. Part of the palace was also used as a Maternity House for the wives of the Nawabs.
We will drive Sadat Ali and the tomb of Begum and the "Chatar Manzil '(only exterior view), we will arrive at the most unique architecture of the world,' Asifi Imambara ', this monument was built as a measure of relief for a devastating famine, with In order to provide employment to the subjects of the State by Nawab Asif-ud-Daula ', this is the largest room in the world that lacks any support pillar, wood, iron beams or concrete walls.Greet the "Nawab" (Prince), located in inner peace and proceed to see his noble work.See also the "Rumi Darwaza 'or the Gate of Turkey and the Mosque of Asfi.
Later we arrived at the Husainabad Complex - The Clock Tower is the tallest Clock Tower in Asia and in some ways superior to its counterpart, 'Big Ben'. Today the clock remains motionless, but has witnessed all times, the good, the bad and ugly. Now enter the Babylonia of the East, The Imambara of Husainabad - known for its beauty and decoration pieces. This was built in 1840 by Mohamed Ali Shah and is still considered a sacred address by the Indians. The beautiful chandeliers, silver seat, sandalwood decoration and calligraphy on the walls are all so creative. Admire each one and prostrate before the Nawab and his mother sleeping inside.
In the afternoon continuing with our tour of the city we visited Imambara de Shahnajaf. This Imambara is said to be a replica of the tomb of Hazrat Ali in Najaf in Iraq. It houses the replica of the Nazaf silver Rauza. It was built by Nawab Ghazi-ud-din-Haider the first independent king of Avadh and also houses his grave, along with his three wives. Return to the hotel and hotel accommodation.
Day 5 : Lucknow -Varanasi (330 Kilometers / 06 hours)
Breakfast. Transfer by road to Varanasi, Upon arrival transfer to the hotel.
In the afternoon we will enjoy The Aarti (collective prayer) ceremony on the Ganges river (sacred river in India). The darkness of the night contrasts with the river, ghats and temples, illuminated with lamps and candles while people perform their prayers. Return to the hotel and hotel accommodation.
Day 6 : Varanasi - Agra (By the night train)
Early in the morning, we will arrive in the Ghats of Varanasi, known as Varanasi, it is one of the most religious cities in India. When we arrive at ghats, we will go by boat in Ganges river, we will be able to appreciate the sunrise in the "ghats" (banks) next to the Ganges as the Ghat Assi, the Ghat of Dsaswamedh, the Ghat of Harish Chandra, the Ghat of Manikarnika (where the incinerations take place), and the Ghat of Tulsi. We will walk through its crowded streets full of people in the old city and next to the river Ganges, we will see the sadhus (religious men), sacred cows and sacred temples throughout the city. From there we will make a city tour. We will visit some important temples of Varanasi and also visit the ancient Hindu University, the largest university residential complex in India with 3000 students. We will return to the hotel for breakfast.
Later excursion to Sarnath the sacred city of the most important Buddhism of the world. That's where Buddha gave his first sermon to his first 5 disciples.
Continue transfer to the train station of Varanasi (Mughal Sarai) to depart by train to Agra.
By Train: Magadh express: 12401 Departure 22:17 hours / Arrival 06:30 hours.
Day 7 : Arrival in Agra
Arriving in the morning at 06:30 in Tundla train station and transfer to the hotel.
In the afternoon visit world-famous Taj Mahal (closed on Friday), one of the seven wonders of the world. Its construction began in the year 1631 and for 22 years, 22,000 people worked to build one of the most beautiful monuments in the world, dedicated by Emperor Shah Jahan to his wife Muntaz Mahal and Agra Red Fort, Built in red sandstone, it is the one of the famous monuments of Agra other than Taj Mahal. The semi circular fortress was started by Akbar in 1565, and was completed in 1574. Hotel accommodation.
Day 8 : Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur (245 Kilometers / 05 hours)
Breakfast. We will go by road to Agra en route visit Fathepur Sikri, located 40 km from Agra, then drive by road to Agra, Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Hotel accommodation.
Day 9 : Jaipur
Breakfast. In the morning, the excursion to Amber Fort, the former capital of the Maharajas of Jaipur, is located about 11 km from Jaipur. The climb to the Fort will be done on the back of an elephant, an unforgettable experience. En route you will have a brief stop to take traditional photography at Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds).
In the afternoon visit the city palace, built between 1729 and 1732, initially by Sawai Jai Singh II, the prince of Amber. It includes the Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces that it now houses as museums and the Observatory (Jantar Mantar), Built by King Jai Singh II between 1727 and 1734, literally means "instrument of calculation", which measure time, predict eclipses and stars of the track. Then a Rickshaw ride through the local Jaipur Market. Hotel accommodation.
Day 10 : Jaipur - Delhi (265 Kilometers / 06 hours)
Breakfast. We will go by road to New Delhi. Upon arrival transfer to hotel. Hotel accommodation.
Day 11 : Delhi
Breakfast. In the morning, visit to Old Delhi. The tour includes the visit of Jama Masjid, with its immense patio and marble domes. Tour around the area of Red Fort and Chandni Chowk, formed by a labyrinth of alleys. Also visit the Raj Ghat (Symbolic tomb or Mahatma Gandhi Memorial).
In the afternoon, Visit of New Delhi, a modern part of the city built by the British in 1911 as the administrative headquarters of the British Raj. The tour includes the India Gate, the Qutub Tower, Humayun's Tomb, Rashtrapati Bhawan, the former residence of the Viceroy and today the Presidential Palace, the Embassies area and its main streets and avenues. Hotel accommodation.
Day 12 : Delhi - Next destination
Breakfast. At the hour transfer to the T3 International Airport in New Delhi to connect the flight to your next destination.
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