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Those who choose to spend a day or two in Delhi will be rewarded with an insight into a city that has been invaded, destroyed and rebuilt many times. Today, it is defined as Old and New Delhi and by spending time in both, you will learn about the Mughals and the British Raj – two key protagonists in Delhi’s long history. The Red Fort and sacred Hindu and Muslim shrines sit alongside the early 20th century British architecture of Edward Lutyens while modern India thrives in the bustling city streets. Agra and Jaipur are a short distance away and the rest of India is connected by rail and improved air links from the capital.


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Delhi, India
The Oberoi has been impressing leisure and business travellers with outstanding levels of service for over 50 years. Completely refurbished in 2018 there is a fresh feel throughout with natural light filling all rooms and public areas through floor to ceiling windows.


The Imperial, Delhi

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Delhi, India
Set in the heart of Lutyens’ New Delhi, the iconic Imperial has been welcoming guests since 1931. The manicured gardens which surround the Art Deco building provide an oasis of calm away from the city.


Tailor-made Holidays

Temples and the Ganges

8 night high season price from£3,794

Delhi, India
For anyone with an interest in the cultural and religious history of northern India, this tour is the perfect fit. Arriving in Delhi, you will spend two nights visiting ancient forts and temples as well as Lutyens’ stylish 20th century boulevards.

Tailor-made Holidays

The Maharajas' Express

7 nights from£7,710

Delhi, India
The rail network in India is one of the best legacies left by the British Raj and, as such, rail travel has for a long time been considered the best way to see this magical country. Over the course of this decade, the Maharajas’ Express has become India’s premier five star luxury train and allows clients to experience India in the same style as the Maharajas of old.

Tailor-made Holidays

The Golden Triangle & Rajasthan

12 night low season price from£3,620

Agra, India
The recommended first time visit to India involves the ‘Golden Triangle’; the combination of the classical Rajput city of Jaipur, Edward Lutyens’ wonderfully designed New Delhi and of course the magnificent splendour of the Taj Mahal.

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Our reservation consultants travel extensively to our holiday destinations throughout the year. They embark on regular visits to not only our most popular destinations such as Venice and Paris but also to our lesser visited cities and rural hideaways to ensure we have a comprehensive and detailed product knowledge.

Hawa Mahal, Jaipur

India’s Golden Triangle and the Palaces of Rajasthan

By Ben Williams, 03 December 2018

Having previously visited the south of India I decided it was time to take on the north on my latest trip, focussing on the ‘Golden Triangle’, encompassing the beautiful Amber Palace and pink…

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