Day 1 (Arrival in Delhi)

Arrival at the Delhi International Airport. After the immigration formalities and luggage collection, we will pick you up at the Arrivals Terminal and drive you to your hotel. Upon arrival at the hotel, we will check-in (the standard time to do so is 2:00 pm). The capital of India is the main gateway to the country. Contemporary Delhi is a busy metropolis, successfully combining the old and the new. In the middle of the great skyscrapers appear the bllildings and monument s of another past time, which with their forms silently remember the ancient heritage of this region. The first impression for any visitor occurs during the trip from the airport as it is presented as a kind of garden city, surrounded by trees and beautiful parks.

Day 2 (New Delhi)

Breakfast at hotel.Enjoy a morning discovering the Ancient Delhi, knowing some of the most important historical and cultural attractions of the capital. View to the great mosque of Jama Masjid, passing by the Red Fort on the way.The mosque, dating from the seventeenth century, is located in Chandi Chowk, the bustling and rustic old town of Delhi. Next, visit the Raj Ghat, an emotional monument that commemora tes the life of Gandhi. Inthe afternoon, tour the most iconic places in New Delhi, starting in the medieval minaret of Qutub Minar. At 73 meters, it is the tallest brick minaret in the world and considered one of the most important examples of Indo-Islamic examples of Indo-Islamic architecture. Continue the tour through the Rashtrapati Bhavan district, where all the important government buildings and the national parliament are located as well as the Gateway of India, all these great examples of the political power of the zenith of the British Empire in India, and the monument of Salt March. Meet, also, the famous Plaza Connaught, which is the commercial hub of the capital.Accommodation: Meal Plan: Breakfast

Day 3 (New Delhi - Jaipur (256 Km))

Breakfast buff et at the hotel.Exit by roa d in the direction of Jaipur. JaipurIt is the capital of the state of Rajastha n, a romantic kingdom of resplendent palaces, great fortresses and royal maharajahs that lies in the western desert and forms a unique landsca pe throughout India. The bustling capital of Rajas than, Jaipur, owes its name to its revered founder Jai Singh II, to whom the Mughals bestowed the title of Maharaja Sawai whose literal translation means "one and a quarter", suggesting that Mughal thought considered this emperor more valuable that only "one." Jaipur is known as the "Pink City" in reference to the distinctive color of its buildings. This peculiarity, however, was not part of the original plan, dates back to 1856, when it was decided to paint the buildings of the city pink in honor of the State Visit of Prince Albert.In the afternoon we will visit the Birla Temple during the arti ceremony.Accommoda tion: Meal Plan: Brealzfast

Day 4 (Jaipur - Amber - Jaipur)

Breakfast buff et at the hotel. In the morning we will visit the Amber Fort, which is accessed by elephant backs. Once inside, we will visit the Jagmandir Palace, Jaimahal and the Kali Temple with its gardens. The Amber Fort, overlooking Lake Maotha, it is reputed to have been the treasure of the Kacchwaha leaders. Its construction was initiated by Man Singh I in 1592 and completed by his descendant Jai Singh I. Its formidable exteriors 11ide an inner paradise where a beautiful fusion betwe en the Mughal and Hindu styles finds its maximum expression. At the foot of the hill you can ride on your equipped elephant to start the slow but stable ascent to the front door, malting your entrance in the purest style of honorable times. The fort, finished at the beginning of the 18th century, required 100 years for its construction and today, although abandoned, it offers a fascinating vision of the way of life that governs the Mogola families. In the afternoon, visit of the city, the City Palace , thePalace of the Winds and the Jantar Mantar We will also visit Birla Temple during the Arti ceremony.Accommoda tion: Meal Plan: Breakfast

Day 5 (Jaipur - Agra (236 Km))

Breal fast buffet at the hotel.Departure by road to Agra. En route visiting Abhaneri. After the visit Arrival in Agra and transfer to the Hotel. In the afternoon visit of Mother Teresa Accommodation: Meal Plan: Breakfast

Day 6 (Agra)

Breakf ast buffet at the hotel. In the morning visit of Taj Mahal (closed on Friday) - The TajMahal is an architectural marvel tha t always ends up becoming the soul of any tourist visit to Agra. A monument to love, this is how the TajMahal is defined, impressive for the beauty of its white marble architecture. ShahJahan ordered its construction as an expression of the love he felt for his beautiful wife, MumtazMahal. Work of the Persian architect Ustad Isa, they invested 22 years inits construction and has become one of the wonders of the world. It has an imposing design, a perfect symmetry, elegant carved domes and, among other geniuses, the best inlays that have never been seenAfter visiting this impressive palace, we will visit Agra Fort. The Agra Fort or Red Fort of Agra, known by the locals as "Lal Quila"It is located on the banks of the Yamuna River, in the city of Agra, and known as the red fort because it is built with red sandstone that gives it this unmistakable tone. The Agra fort was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983.The construction dates back to 1565 and is conceived as a walled palace surrounded by a deep water pit. The door of Amar Singh is the access to tl1e fortress. I11side we can visit tl1e many palaces and stately buildings built by Akbar, Mughal emperor and later used by the successive governmen ts of the Mughal E.mpire as a base of operations. Arrival and transfer to the Hot el Accommodation:Meal Plan: Breakfast

Day 7 (Agra - Delhi)

Breakfast. At the indicated time, transfer to Delhi airport (3h approx) to take the flight to their respective country.