ThePalaceonWheels.org Provides Special Offer on the Booking of Palace on Wheels Train

Palace On Wheels is a Luxury train which was originally designed to be the personal railway coaches of the then rulers of the princely states of the Rajputana, the Nizams of Hyderabad and the viceroy of British India , now takes you on an lifetime experience – nature’s marvel ,the nation’s rich cultural heritage coupled with the historical delights of Rajasthan without compromise in providing the boarders with the modern day amenities.

Launched in 1982, refurbished in 2009 with princely interiors, itinerary and cuisine , the rolling royalty takes you on a 7 nights and 8 days tour to the exotic itinerary – New Delhi, Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bharatpur, Agra and back to Delhi.

Palace on Wheels Train – Feel like a King

Pioneering the Luxury Palace on Wheels train runs weekly tours to Rajasthan, during the peak time and the lean time of the year. The peak time runs from October to March , the the lean time is during September and April. Each Wednesday, during this time the train runs on a scheduled departure from New Delhi.

The guests are taken for sightseeing to many different locations including the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Monuments buildings.

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Palace on Wheels Special Offer

Palace on Wheels special offers runs on the selected departure dates i.e 26 December 2018. This special offer run on the limited time. So,avail this offer and enjoy the various sightseeing of Delhi. Special offer includes

  • Airport Transfer
  • Delhi Sightseeing
  • Best Discounted Price
Palace on Wheels Special Offer

Palace on Wheels Special Offer

What We Offer in Delhi Sightseeing

Delhi or Dilli is the National Capital of India. Throughout, the history Delhi had been known to be the capital city of many dynasties. It had been plundered, looted, built and refurbished many times and had become a melting pot. These can be seen in the different monuments and the World Heritage sites.

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Qutub Minar

You can start your sightseeing with the World Heritage Site, the Quran Minar. Named after t he Sufi Saint Qutubbudin Bhaktiyar kaki, whom by Aibak revered, the Minaret was built around 1192 with only a single storey.

It is a 73 metre tall tower with a base of 47 ft in diameter tapering towards the top with a peak diameter of 9ft. Based on Iranian architecture, the Minaret has been built after the Jam Minaret of Afghanistan, with different inscription in Parso -Arabic and Devnagri.

Qutab Minar Delhi

Qutab Minar, Delhi

The tomb of Humayun

Declared as a World Heritage Site, Maqbaera-Humayunis the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun. Bega Begum , the chief consort and first wife of Humayun had hired Mirak Mirja Giyaj for designing the tomb.

Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi

Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi

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The Lotus Temple

Built in the shape of a Lotus flower, this temple is the last of the seven Bahá’í temple built round the world. Set in the lush green landscape and built with white marble, the architecture choose Lotus as the common symbol of Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam.

Lotus temple Delhi

Lotus Temple, Delhi

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India Gate

Being a major tourist attraction, the monument attracts many shop keepers, vendors and photographers. It consists of a large arch of 42 metres in height bulit in yellow basalt and indissoluble concrete and is located on the Rajpath.

You can end your tour by driving past the President House and the Parliament House.

India Gate Delhi

India Gate, Delhi

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