Give more time to jaipur then Delhi..Agara less time...I would recommend add Vrindavan Mathura...as it is near by Agra...so you may skip Delhi..coz Delhi is crowded..if you are looking for peace..I would recommend Jaipur , Agra & Vrindavan, mathura...you will get peace and divine energy there...just suggestions...you do your trip as per your convenient..thnx
Hey Rosel. You can start the trip depending on the location where you will be arriving first. You can arrive at Delhi (being a major city) and can continue your journey towards Jaipur and then Agra followed by Mathura and Vrindavan on the way back to Delhi or Vice versa. Dedicate atleast two days for Jaipur as it has many attractions to see and relish. For Agra if you want to cover red fort and fatehpur sikri, you will at least need two days here also. It totally depends on what you want to visit and what not.
Golden Triangle is fully equipped with all facilities . So you should not worried about it. Three UNESCO world Heritage Sites of Delhi like Red Fort, Hamayun Tomb, Qutub Minar should be covered. Along with Agra you can plan Fatehpur Sikri. Give 2 to 3 days for Jaipur
As I have already completed it. Then I think I can suggest you some wonderful places to visit and eat. Start your trip from JAIPUR - Visit Hawa mahel, Jal mahel, Amber fort and eat authentic Rajasthani food . Give 2 days to Jaipur Next AGRA- Visit Taj Mahel , Akbar tomb , Red fort , Fatehpur sikri . Must Eat chats and bedai sabji jalebi Give 2 complete day to Agra You can add Mathura- Vrindavan to the Itinerary too. Give 1 day Next DELHI - visit Humayun tomb, Lotus temple , Qutub minar , Chadni chowk and eat in old Delhi Delhi.
Hey If You are planning from Delhi Then first You can go for Agra It's all about 4 hours journey and book any hostel in Agra Explore Agra 2 days then Go For Jaipur Repeat all things you will get amazing Memories..
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