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Pick up in Delhi & Sightseeing.
Arrive at the International airport/ railway station, Transfer to the hotel. If you are staying in a hotel then pick you up from there, and proceed for a city tour of Delhi visiting important touristic sites of Old and New Delhi. Visit the Qutab Minar 12th century tower one of the tallest towers of its time. It consists of a rectangular courtyard enclosed by cloisters, erected with the carved columns and architectural members of 27 Hindu and Jaina temples, which were demolished by Qutub-ud-Din Aibak as recorded in his inscription on the main entrance. Wander around the complex visiting ruins of Hindu temples and palaces which remained here, after that heading to India Gate the war memorial, and other government buildings stopping at President House, Lord Wellesley who is reputed to have said that India should be governed from a palace, not a country house, ordered the construction of a grand mansion between 1799 and 1803 and in 1854 the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal took up residence there.
In Old Delhi, drive to Jama Masjid one of the largest mosques in India. It was built by the Mughal Empire Shah Jahan between 1650 and 1656 at the cost of one million rupees and was inaugurated by imam Syed Ghafoor shah Bukhari from Bukhara. Then you can take a rickshaw ride in the narrow alleyways of Chandni Chowk and the amazing mixture of history with the modern world and visit the Raj Ghat cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi- “Father of the Nation”. Overnight at a hotel in New Delhi
Delhi to Agra drive 4 hours.
Have breakfast in the hotel and proceed to Agra by expressway. After reaching Agra city meet our knowledgeable tour guide who will accompany you throughout the Agra sightseeing, first Red fort.
This fort was founded by Emperor Akbar in 1565 AD. Four mighty Mughal rulers used to control their vast empire from here and added some gorgeous palaces it, Wander around the palaces built by successive emperors Jahangiri ( called Jahangir palace ), Mahal, Khass It was built by Empire Shah Jahan who was very much fond of mosaic work that"s why he decorated this palace by inlay art as done in the Tajmahal, Diwan-i-Khass, Diwan-i-Am, had been a royal court in that day, Machchhi Bhawan and Moti Masjid, etc. that represents the excellence of Mughal architecture. Fort also serves as a vantage point to view the Taj Mahal and it is believed that emperor Shahanjan spent his last days in exile watching the Taj Mahal from here. And passed away, after this, you will visit the Tajmahal.
Taj Mahal (World Heritage Site) -This most beautiful monument was built in 1631 by emperor Shahjahan in memory of his wife Mumtaj Mahal after her death. It is said that TajMahal is not a monument that can be described in words – one has to see it and feel the emperor's emotion. You can stay on to view the monument in the soft light of the sunset, with its day almost finished, and take you to the hotel. Overnight stay in Agra.
(TajMahal remains closed to visitors on Friday).
Have breakfast in the hotel and depart Agra by surface for Jaipur stopping en route to visit Fatehpur Sikri - Just 44 km away from Agra on the way to Jaipur is Fatehpur Sikri, which briefly served as the capital of emperor Akbar in the old time, It is believed that city was abandoned due to lack of potable water then moved to Agra and declared Agra as the capital of Mughal empire. Here you can visit the Palaces, meeting halls, and courtyards inside the complex is in a remarkable state of preservation. The holy shrine of Saint Salim Chisti is one of the important pilgrimages for Muslims and Buland Darwaza which Emperor Akbar built to commemorate his victory in Gujarat is very imposing. before reaching Jaipur city stop at the Awaneri village where you can see the incredible step well.
Then head to Jaipur and drop off at your hotel to rest overnight after reaching the city.
Sightseeing & proceed to Delhi drop off.
After having breakfast in the hotel proceed for an excursion, and visit City Palace – the official residence of the present royal family palace covers a large area divided into a series of courtyards, gardens, and buildings. A part of this Palace is now turned into a museum housing Armoury, Textiles, and Artefacts. City Palace is a delightful blend of Mughal and traditional Rajasthani architecture. After that visit the Hawa Mahal and Amber Fort. Amber Fort was the Ancient capital of Kachhawaha Rajputs rulers of Jaipur. Amber guarded one of the important defiles against invading enemies. Wander inside the Fort to see extravagant Palaces to witness the opulence of the Rajput royal lifestyle amongst which summer palace, winter palace, mirror palace, etc. Your sightseeing is over and proceeds for Delhi. Drop you at the airport or if you have your desired place from there you can do your own.
Note: During the sightseeing, if the guide asks you to see some local art & craft which is a specialty of the city, you don't have to worry, if you are interested, you can see otherwise just deny simply. That's all.