India's rich and colourful history, makes it one of the most attractive tourist destinations. With the amount of things to do and places to see, you could spend your entire lifetime just exploring this magnificent country. The Golden Triangle Tour, shows you some of the best cities of India, in a short time period. Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, form the three points of this journey. These three places serve the purpose of showing just how much diversity India has. While being located only a few hours from each other, it feels like you are entering a completely different country. It is called the Golden Triangle because of the extraordinary cultural wealth and history these places have to offer. The accessibility is also a major plus point, as all the cities are located close to major roads and train stations. Start off by exploring the bazaars of Delhi, then moving on to the eternal symbol of love-Taj Mahal at Agra, and finally ending with the havelis of Jaipur.
The meaning of 'tal' is lake and the town of Nainital is named after this lake. The lake is pear shaped and is surrounded by green mountains. It's the key attraction of this hill station. The lake attracts lots of tourists who come and enjoy boating, yachting or paddling in the lake. As night descends the lake reflects the lights from houses and hotels surrounding the lake making it appear magical.
They city Mussoorie is a derivative of the word 'Mansoor', a type of shrub. Also called Mansoori by many Indians, the city is counted among the well known hill stations in the state of Uttarakhand as well as India. It is also very famous by the name of "Queen of Hills". Mostly the town is visited by married couples who come here for honeymoon, so it is also popular as a honeymoon destination in India.
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