Palace on Wheels is one of the most luxurious trains from Indian railways. This luxury train enhances the flavour of your journey by offering a comfortable stay will all modern amenities.
A Vintage Car
The Palace on Wheels has fourteen salons, each named after an erstwhile monarch of Rajasthan. Every salon is equipped with classic furniture, wall to wall carpets and a comfortable bed. The suite décor is the replica of the palaces and hunting lodges of the Rajput.
Besides the spectacular interiors, Palace on Wheels train is also renowned for its modern ambience. From the latest toiletries to Wi-Fi facility, channel music to LED TV sets, you have everything at your hand to stay connected with the world. The round the clock attendants and medical facility makes Palace on Wheels ideal mode of journey for single tourists and elderly visitors to Rajasthan. Last but the least; tourists can rejuvenate themselves at the SPA of the train.
Mouth Watering Delicacies
While Indian railways have not kept any stone unturned to offer a comfortable journey to the tourists, the kitchen of the train takes care of the food habits of its boarder. Palace on Wheels has couple of dining cars, namely, Maharaja and Maharani. Impeccably designed, these food courts serve the most quintessential cuisines of the state. From the famous laal mass to dal baati churma, very dish is lip smacking here. Tourists can also opt for continental and international cuisines as per their choice. After a day long journey you can also choose to energize yourself with the quality spirits of the bar or with a cup of piping hot coffee.
Palace on Wheels covers the most amazing places of Rajasthan in 8 days. It is one of the best luxury train in India which gives the complete facility in the train.
Delhi: On the first day visitors checkout the monuments of New Delhi. From the Mughal edifices to the serene Lotus Temple, exotic Birla Mandir and ten thousand year old Akshardham Temple, there is lot to see in the capital city of India.
Jaipur: Also known as the Pink City, this is the capital of Rajasthan. From the grandeur of Amber Fort to the 983 windowed Hawa Mahal, you have lot to explore here. Tourists can also enjoy the cultural life of Rajasthan here with puppet shows and shop their heart out.
Ranthambhore National Park: A true thrill for the wildlife lovers, Ranthambhore National Park is the land of Royal Bengal Tigers.
Chittorgarh: Learn the gallant tales of the Rajput kings from the bards of Chittorgarh or spend some quiet moments at the banks of River Gambhiri. The ruined castles, mighty forts and the 7 large gateways of the city will remain forever in your memory.
Udaipur: The Lake City is enchanting with its crystalline waters and beautiful palaces. Listen to the joyous ripples of Lake Pichola at Jag Mandir Palace or checkout the intricate carvings of the City Palace.
Jaisalmer: The Jaisalmer Fort creates a mirage of gold as the midday sunrays fall on it, making it the Golden Fort. Walk through the bustling markets of the fort or feel the life of deserts as ladies in large ghagras dance to the melodies of sarangi.
Jodhpur: Also known as the blue city, Jodhpur treasures the Merangarh Fort; one of the largest and well preserved castles of India. Visitors can also enjoy camel rides at the Thar Desert.
Bharatpur: Welcome your day with the chirps of hundreds of birds at the Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary.
Agra: This city holds the golden days of Mughal architecture. The sublime beauty of the Taj Mahal mesmerizes the tourists. This white marble memorial is also one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Mehtab Bagh soothes you with its lush greenery while the nearby ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri is an open air gallery of marvellous red sandstone architecture.
Change the meaning of vacation this time with a trip on the royal Palace on Wheels.