Begin this adventure by landing in the capital of India, Delhi. In New Delhi you will find a large number of prominent monuments such as Humayun’s Tomb, the Masjid Mosque, the Red Fort and the Lotus Temple. Old Delhi still keeps intact the labyrinthine character of its narrow alleyways. Going through this sector on a rickshaw (a kind of three-wheeled bicycle with a compartment for passengers) guarantees a very fun experience.

Continue your journey south until you reach Agra. In this city adored by those who visit it is the Taj Mahal, a magnificent architectural work that has the ability to amaze and excite the traveler due to its grandeur. Another of the best things to do in Agra is to go see the Agra Fort, an ancient fort that occupies three hundred and twenty thousand square meters.

Forty kilometers from Agra is Fatehpur Sikri, a city conceived and built with the purpose of housing the capital of the Mughal Empire. Because of the strong periodic droughts that devastated the area, the city had to be abandoned due to lack of water after it was built. It is practically an open-air museum where you will have the opportunity to contemplate numerous courtyards, squares and spaciously designed pathways.

Take advantage of this trip to take a pleasant break in a humble little town called Samode. His interest lies basically in his hotel-palace where you can stay with all the comforts. Do not leave Samode without getting closer to the most rural and genuine India interacting with the locals and discovering how they live and what they spend their time.

Just twenty minutes drive from Samode, you will arrive at your next stop: Jaipur. In the magical capital of Rajasthan, the atmosphere of its streets stands out, which is usually very lively. On a route through the city, you cannot miss seeing its bazaars, the imposing façade of the Palace of the Winds, the City Palace and the Jantar Mantar Astronomical Observatory.

Between Jaipur and Udaipur there are two locations worth visiting. The first is Pushkar, one of the most representative pilgrimage destinations in the country. It is a very peculiar place that brings together religious, merchants and tourists and that celebrates, between October and November, the largest camel fair in the world. From Udaipur and not far from Jodhpur, you have the option of going to Ranakpur to see its Jain temples, which are true masterpieces.

Udaipur, known as the “Venice of the East”, is one of the most fascinating and romantic cities on the subcontinent. We recommend taking a relaxing boat ride on Lake Pichola and admiring the views of the city and its surroundings. If you want to explore the architectural beauty of Udaipur, you cannot miss either the Lake Palace (on Jag Niwas Island) and Jag Mandir Palace (on Jag Mandir Island).

The culmination of this trip is, without a doubt, Varanasi. You need to know that this place challenges the senses of the western traveler. On the one hand, you will be surprised by the mysticism of its people and the charm of its temples. On the other hand, you will be able to live up close some customs that may be shocking to you. You must be prepared to attend the crudest expressions of spirituality that take place on the ghats on the banks of the Ganges river.

If at this point in your life you are ready to travel to India, go ahead. In a few days, this country will make you feel a combination of incredible emotions that will remain in your memory for a long time.

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