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Experience The Golden Triangle Tour With Treasure Trip India

India is an intriguing place to visit, as it has a multiethnic culture that has its roots in the distant past. Many dynasties and emperors have left their mark, which is the reason the country has such a distinct heritage. If you are preparing for your trip to India, then the golden triangle India tour package is the ideal option for you. This tour features three of the most popular cities in India. Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Delhi is the capital of the nation and is home to some of the most noteworthy sites. The compelling monuments speak a lot about its rich history, which included the Mughals.

Take A Glimpse in Time

The India gate and red fort are among the top attractions. Every year tourists come from far-off places to enjoy the cultural ambiance that is exuded by these culture laden destinations. Delhi has seen a lot of transformation from medieval times to the modern era.

The city has morphed into a new incarnation that is a subtle blend of all these timelines. Agra is the next destination in the Golden Triangle India tour, which only makes things better as Agra is home to the most beautiful monument of all time, the splendid Taj Mahal. The word Mahal signifies the palace and Taj means Crown. This monument is one of the major reasons why tourists opt for the golden triangle tour.

Absorb The Mesmerizing Ambience And Heritage

The Taj Mahal is a symbol of the king’s adoration of his beloved queen. The tour includes Agra fort and other historical marvels that hold a lot of importance in Indian heritage. The next destination in the golden triangle tour from Delhi is the city of Jaipur. This place is known as the pink city of the country due to its unique colorful vibe and ambiance.

The gorgeous palaces in Jaipur are rivetingly breathtaking. The golden triangle tour provides you an opportunity to experience the best of the iconic cities. You can take this tour with Treasure Trip India, which also provides you with the best tour guide for navigating to the places effortlessly.

Shop Your Heart Out

The Golden Triangle is not only known for its grand monuments and rich art styles but also for markets which are completely in alliance with Sarojini Naidu’s depiction of Indian marketplaces in her famous poetry, ‘The Bazaars Of Hyderabad’. These markets are home to possibly everything and everything and that too at the lowest possible prices.

When it comes to Agra the very famous Sadar Bazaar houses some amazing leather shops, Petha stores and Eating Joints, Subhash Market is known for its Silk Sarees, and Shah Market for its tech outlets. Amongst the places to visit in Jaipur for shopping, Johari Bazaar is a jewelry lover’s paradise.

One of the famous markets in Jaipur, the Johari Bazaar is the home to exquisite Jaipur jewelry and its intricate craftsmanship. Chandpol Bazaar on the other hand is known for its handicraft and marble artifacts. If street shopping is something you really love, then you must visit the Kishanpol Bazaar. This area is one of the best shopping places in Jaipur.

From wood carvings to souvenirs and Rajasthani dyed fabrics, it is the home of exclusive traditional artifacts at affordable rates. Next you can visit Bapu Bazar for camel leather Mojri’s, authentic Jaipuri Lenghas and sandstone artifacts. When it comes to Delhi, you have the most popular Sarojini Market for clothes, junk jewelry, shoes etc. at the lowest imaginable prices.

Delhi Haat, deliberately designed to formulate in the form of a village, the market offers an exciting blend of handicrafts from all over India, food, and cultural and music performances. We also have the Chandini Chowk, which is as old as lifetime, and is purposely divided into lanes which specializes in multitude of products, for example Khari Baoli Road has Asia's largest spice market.

Food Trail down the Golden Triangle

Located within the ambit of North and North- Western India, Jaipur, Delhi and Agra are all famous for their food. Jaipur is known for its Laal Maas at ‘Handi’, Lassi at ‘Lassiwala’, Rajasthani Thali at ‘Chokin Dhani’ and Pyaaz Kachori at ‘Rawat’.

Whereas in Agra you can’t miss, Kachori and Jlaebi at ‘Deviram’, Petha and dalmoth at ‘Panchi Petha’ and Chaat at ‘Agra Chaat Bhandaar’. And Delhi is all about street food be it Kabab Paratha at ‘Parathe Vaali Gali’, Daulat Ki Chaat at ‘Kemchand’, Chole Bhature at ‘ Chache Di Hatti’ and Lule Kabab at ‘Karim's, Chandni Chowk’.