Places you can see in the Golden Triangle Tour In India ( Please consult with your tour operator)
Qutub Minar the tallest stone tower in India built in 1191 AD.
* Humayun's Tomb believed to have been designed by his widow. Its plan is based on the description of Islamic paradise gardens and is known to have inspired the Taj Mahal and many later Mughal tombs.
* Red Fort Built by the great Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan when he shifted his capital from Agra. A short drive brings us to the Great Mosque - The Jama Masjid.
* Drive on to see the memorial built for Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat.
* Rashtrapati Bhavan architecturally a very impressive building standing at a height, with a vista to the India Gate right opposite to it. This stretch, called the Rajpath, is where the Republic Day parade is held. Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of the President of India.
* Purana Quila a good example of medieval military architecture. Built by Sher Shah Suri in the 16th century, the Purana Quila is a monument of bold design, which is strong, straightforward and every inch a fortress.
* Sikandra: The Mughal Emperor Akbar himself started the construction of this beautiful monument, which is his mausoleum. This structure is a perfect blend of Hindu, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist, and Jain motifs. A broad paved causeway leads to the tomb, which has five storeys and is in the shape of a truncated pyramid. The main tomb has a unique square design which is unparalleled by other Mughal buildings.
* Taj Mahal words cannot describe the beauty of the Taj Mahal. A wonder of the world, the Taj Mahal is a monument, which no other in the world can match in beauty and grandeur. Called the most beautiful structure in the world, the white marbled mausoleum at Agra represents the epitome of a man's love for a woman.
* Agra Fort Within a radius of 3 kilometres, on the banks of the River Yamuna, rises the crescent-like Agra Fort. Designed and built by Akbar in 1565 A.D., the fort is surrounded by a 70-foot high wall. It houses the beautiful Pearl Mosque and numerous palaces including the Jehangiri Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas, Diwan-i-Am and Moti Masjid.
* Amber Fort Perched on a hill some 11km from Jaipur, and nestling among the Aravalli Hills, is the historic fort-palace of Amber. Set in a picturesque background, the splendid Amber Fort was built in 1600 by Raja Man Singh, commander-in-chief of the Mughal army during Akbar's reign and certainly one the greatest generals of medieval India.
* Sheesh Mahal Sheesh Mahal in Amber Palace is known for its multiplication of a single ray of light into billions of stars. The Kali Temples silver door is 400 years old.
* Jaigarh Fort A stark change from the glamorous interiors of the Amber Palace, the rugged and stocky Jaigarh Fort is perched on a hilltop near the palace. It houses the largest wheeled cannon in the world, the Jai Bana.
* Jantar Mantar The Jantar Mantar is one of five astronomical observatories, equipped with scientific instruments made of stone and mortar, built by Maharaja Jai Singh II in the early 18th century.
* Hawa Mahal Near Jantar Mantar stands the Palace of Winds, more commonly known as the Hawa Mahal its 500 windows allowed the women of the royal household to observe the busy market thoroughfare while themselves remaining invisible to the passers by.
* City Palace Enter the palace from the Sireh Deorhi Gate where two elephants extend a warm welcome. Mubarak Mahal in the outer courtyard hosts a museum that flaunts rich silks and brocades along with musical instruments from the 17th century onwards.