Travel to Bangalore from Delhi via Jaipur and Pune
India’s capital city is the second largest metropolis in India, also popular for renowned educational institutions besides being the centre for politics as well.
It is home to three world heritage sites – Red Fort, Qutb Minar and Humayun’s tomb. The place is a perfect medley of old charm and new attraction.
Shopping is yet another attraction - The Connaught place and Chandini Chowk are famous shopping areas.
The Hotel Imperial and The Metropolitan Hotel are recommended places for stay.
Capital to the state of Rajasthan, it’s a city of palaces and forts. The city often reminds of the lifestyle of Maharajas and princely states.
Tourist attraction mainly includes these palaces and forts, of which the Amber Fort is a wonderful example of Rajput and Mughal architecture and is created with red sand stone and white marble giving panoramic view of the surrounding areas.
The cuisine is another great attraction by itself. Park Prime hotel and Pearl Palace Hotel are few of the hotels.
The second largest city in the state of Maharashtra is generally conceived as a traditional spot but with the fast paced industrialization and owing to the growth in automobile and IT sectors, this place is becoming one of the most developed cities in India.
Pune is also popular for its tourist attraction that includes temples like the Parvati hill temple and museums such as the Raja Dinakar Kelkar museum and the Tribal museums. Hotel Aurora Towers and Sapna Hotel are good choices for stay.
This capital city of Karnataka state is known for its greenery, high fashion sense and Hi tech and Software development.
Called the silicon valley of India, this city is home to many tourist attractions and is widely popular across the globe and has a very lively nightlife.
Also the city is known for its various parks and is referred as the garden city too. The Park and the Monarch are the few choices of hotels to stay.