Where Does the Palace on Wheels Train Run?
Palace on Wheels is a luxury train that covers the desert state of Rajasthan and surrounding region. The train was inaugurated in 1982 and it is still one of the most important luxury trains of India. The train has one single itinerary, which is considered as a cliche luxury destination route.
|Entered service||26 January 1982,|
|Line(s) served||Delhi – Jaipur – Sawai Madhopur – Chittorgarh – Udaipur – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Bharatpur – Agra – Delhi|
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The Route of Palace on Wheels
The train provides one signature itinerary that spreads for seven nights eight days. The train tour starts and ends in Delhi railway station. During the itinerary, the train covers Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Ranthambore National Park, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Chittorgarh, Bharatpur and Agra, before reaching back to Delhi.
Starting Station: Safdarjung Railway Station, New Delhi
Ending Station: Safdarjung Railway Station, New Delhi
A separate platform is designated for the train. Once you reach the platform, the attenders or the butlers will assist you in finding the right cabin.
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Day One, Delhi:
Day Two, Jaipur:
On the very second day, the train covers 308 km and reaches Jaipur, Rajasthan. At the Jaipur station, the train halts for 1185 minutes, when the tourists are taken for sightseeing at various regions in Jaipur.
Day Three, Sawai Madhopur:
On the third day, the train would have travelled a total of 440 km from Delhi and reached Sawai Madhopur. The trip is very short and the train stops at the station for just 300 minutes while the tourists go for sightseeing and safari at the Ranthambore National Park.
On the same day, the train reaches Chittorgarh (892 km travelled from Delhi) where it halts for 600 minutes for a quick city tour.
Day Four, Udaipur:
Day Five, Jaisalmer:
Day Six, Jodhpur:
The train touches 1643 km when it reaches Jodhpur station. The tourists get down for sightseeing while the train halts at the station for 510 minutes.
Day Seven, Bharatpur and Agra:
The train stops at Bharatpur station for 945 minutes while tourists enjoy the Bharatpur bird sanctuary. From Bharatpur, the train reaches Agra, the final tourist destination of the trip. At Agra station, the train halts for 750 minutes.
Day Eight, Delhi:
The train reaches New Delhi station and that marks the end of the trip. After breakfast, tourists are guided to de-board the train.
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Train Number and Station Route
The train number of Palace on Wheels is 123456.
|1.||New Delhi Station||18:30 HRS|
|2.||Jaipur Station||02:00 HRS||20:00 HRS|
|3.||Sawai Madhopur Station||04:45 HRS||10:00 HRS|
|4.||Chittorgarh Station||10:20 HRS||20:00 HRS|
|5.||Udaipur Station||2:00 HRS||16:00 HRS|
|6.||Jaisalmer Station||07:30 HRS||23:45 HRS|
|7.||Jodhpur Station||07:00 HRS||19:30 HRS|
|8.||Bharatpur Station||06:00 HRS||09:00 HRS|
|9.||Agra Station||09:00 HRS||20:45 HRS|
|10.||New Delhi Station||02:30 HRS||07:30 HRS|
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Train Speed and Distance
The train tour covers 1372 miles throughout its journey in eight days and seven nights. The average speed of the train is 17 km per hour. The speed is specifically kept at lower limit to aid ease of tourist movements and entertainments inside the train.
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