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Train Journey

The Luxury Train that is luxurious in every sense, Palace on Wheels takes you on an experiential tour to the most opulent destinations of India. Voted as the 4th best Luxury Train in the world, Palace on Wheel lets you explore the golden sands and regal palaces of Rajasthan, and experience the Incredibility of India. The elegant interior of the train perfectly matches the amazing charm of the Indian terrain.

The exquisite and exclusive Palace On Wheels boasts luxurious cabins, wall to wall carpeting, a well stocked bar, two dining cars and a very personalized service. It has everything that could compromise of heaven on earth for seven days. This is a perfect chance to relive the era when kings and queens ruled; when royalty spelt magic; when charm and mysticism was in the air.

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The Palatial Journey

Palace on Wheels traverses through the land of royals, Rajasthan with an exclusive view of Taj Mahal, the epitome of love. Embark on this luxurious journey for new experiences that awaits you daily. The land of the brave Rajputs, majestic kingdoms, mighty forts, regal palaces, the spectacular vision of the Taj and the desert sand dunes contribute towards unforgettable memories of your tours.

The fascinating journey starts every Wednesday evening from New Delhi and ends the following Wednesday early in the morning, back at the same station. In 7 Nights/8 Days journey, the train navigates over 3000 Kilometers (1850 miles).


Delhi - The capital city of India, Delhi is the kaleidoscope of vivid cultures, ethnicity, lifestyles and traditions. It is a beautiful blend of people coming from different walks of life. Delhi is an abode to various architectural and historical marvels.
Jaipur – Founded in the year 1727, Jaipur is the former capital of the Kachwaha rulers. This versatile tourist destination is famed as the ‘Pink City’, and boasts of a rich historical past depicted in its forts, palaces, havelis, and colourful bazaars.
Chittorgarh – Chittorgarh is popular for its tales of valour and romance of its erstwhile royalty. It was the former capital of the Sisodia clan of Mewar, and houses magnificent forts, ruined castles and grand royal structures. Chittorgarh has a total of 7 huge entries.
Udaipur – Udaipur is famous as the “City of Lakes”, and is the most romantic city of Rajasthan. The erstwhile capital of the Mewar kingdom, Udaipur was founded in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh II. The city boasts of innumerable tourist attractions.
Jaisalmer – Famous as the Golden City, Jaisamler is well known for its Jaisalmer Fort. The cit5y has been named after Maharawal Jaisal Singh, a Rajput ruler who had established the city in 1156 AD. Every year, the city hosts its annual Dessert Festival, which attracts tourists from far and wide.
Jodhpur – Jodhpur is famous as the ‘Sun City’ and the ‘Blue City’ and was the erstwhile capital of the kingdom of Marwar. The city is a popular tourist destination and is famous for its proximity to the Thar Desert and for its outstanding forts.
Bharatpur/Agra – Bharatpur is a famous tourist destination, and is also known as Lohagarh. The city houses the well-known Keoladeo Ghana National Park, also known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. This sanctuary is a haven for bird watchers.
The Mughal City of Agra also finds its mention in the Hindu epic of Mahabharat. The city houses 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The city is a blend of the old and the new worlds.


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