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5 Heritage Sites covered by the Royal Maharajas’s Express Train


The Royal Maharaja Train, one of the most luxurious and expensive Royal trains in India! The luxury train redefines the unforgettable opulence at its best! The royal journey promises to provide the best of the best travelling experience. The journey enables an in-depth exploration of the heritage of India, experiencing the elegance, finesse, and prolific life of King or queen in a sheer opulence.

Experience the grandeur of the erstwhile Maharajas! The Maharaja Express recreated the royal finesse of the bygone era in every bit and bite of the quaint decor. The elaborated and intricate art work coalesce the royal yet modern amenities seamlessly offering a lot more than lavish life of Maharajas!

Equip yourself to embrace the royal welcome you have ever experienced as you board the train! An aromatic welcome with fragrant garlands, a red tilak on your forehead and soak your fingers and toes in rose water in a silver bowl.

The opulence begins here and you will be soaked in the richness in every single element. Don’t forget, that even the off-train excursions never lose the opulence as impeccable hospitality is for extended you everywhere!

The Heritage of India itinerary covers the gems of Indian Heritage. Following are the five most important heritage sites covered by the Royal Maharaja Train!

1) UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ajanta -

UNESCO World Heritage SiteImage Source After enjoying the exemplary royalty and a sumptuous breakfast in an ever seen before restaurant, embark your visit to Ajanta caves. The rock cut Cave Mountains coalesces the sophisticated art and sculpture work of Hindus, Jain and Buddhists. A feast to your vision, is followed by a hearty and luscious lunch on the train. Obviously you will be dumbfounded to find a huge list of unlimited choices to pick! Opening Hours: 9.30 am Closing Hours: 5.30 pm (No entry permitted on Mondays, closed for maintenance) Entrance Fee: INR 250 / per person. No entry fee for children under 15 years of age. Website: http://ajantacaves.com

Must Read - 10 Famous Caves In India

2) Udaipur Palace – Royalism Overload -

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At least for a few days, you couldn’t envision anything other than elite extravagance, everywhere. Adding more royalty to your delightful journey, a visit to Udaipur Palace will be a crown! Needless to say, the Lake Palace is a marvel. Indulge in the royal feast to treat your taste buds at either Fatehprakash Palace or Satkar Mahal.

Don’t worry, you won’t be bored or fear over anything called disjointed journeys! The itinerary is aptly planned by experts to enable you experience nothing other than royal journey, world class comforts and the bliss of India.

Opening Hours: 9 am / Closing Hours: 5.30 pm

Entrance Fee: INR 500 / per person for adults and INR 300 / per child.

Website: http://www.rajasthantourism.gov.in/Destinations/Udaipur/City-Palace1.aspx

3) A visit to Rajasthan’s Blue City -

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After visiting the dreamy floating island, visit the blue city of Rajasthan, Jodhpur! The city bustles with colours, with bountiful wares and toast of aristocracy in every building! Visit the historical sites and the epitome of brilliant architecture at Jodhpur. Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan palace Museum, Jaswant Thada, etc are to name a few.

The royal cocktail dinner awaits you at Hanwant Mahal, an extension of the erstwhile Maharaja lifestyle, nestled with cultural performance!

Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum -

Opening Hours: 10 am / Closing Hours: 4.30 pm Entrance Fee: INR 30/ per person for Indians and INR 100 / per person for foreigners. Website:http://www.rajasthantourism.gov.in/Destinations/Jodhpur/UmaidBhawanPalace.aspx

Jaswant Tada -

Opening Hours: 8 am / Closing Hours: 5 pm Entrance Fee: INR 15/ per person for Indians and INR 30 / per person for foreigners.

Website: http://www.rajasthantourism.gov.in/destinations/jodhpur/jaswantthada.aspx

Must Read - 6 Must Places to Visit in Rajasthan

4) The Pink City - The royalty follows you everywhere! -

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Pink city of Rajasthan, yea Jaipur needs no introduction. The City Palace is a marvel of architectural extravagance!

After visit to the heritage sites, obviously you may need to loosen up! The royal Maharaja express train includes spa massage almost every day, a royalty indeed to soothe your senses and rejuvenate you.

Opening Hours: 9 am / Closing Hours: 5.30 pm

Entrance Fee: INR 75/ per person for Indians (INR 40 per child upto age of 12 years) and INR 300 / per person for foreigners (INR 200 per child upto 12 years of age) Website: http://www.msmsmuseum.com

5) Taj Mahal -

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More than a heritage site, Taj Mahal is a symbol of eternal love! Besides, it exemplifies the finest architectural and brilliant craftsmanship of Mughals.

Opening Hours: 6 am Closing Hours: 6 pm (Closed on Fridays)

Entrance Fee: INR 20 / per person for Indian Nationals and INR 750/- per person for foreigners, INR 510 / for citizens from SAARC. No entry fee for children under 15 years of age for both national and international visitors. Website: http://www.tajmahal.gov.in

Further Read: [ Why Taj Is The Best Tourist Attraction Of India ]

You don’t feel like you travel in a train, but in a magic carpet, of course, a cabined carpet. Each cabin is equipped with panoramic windows, which enables you enjoy the mesmeric landscapes as you travel.

Tired after a visit to any destination? Every suite and individual cabin come with individual temperature controls to soothe your body and mind, you will find nowhere. Long journeys mean immense pleasures! Elegant pageant is waiting for you! The travel experience is larger, brighter, cheerful, colourful and extremely lavish than a life! You will carry repertoire of memories to cherish!

Further Read - Top 6 Historical Places in India

I am Shahil Shah, a traveler and blogger! I bring stories from the places for you to cherish the experiences of my travel. Stay tuned!"

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