Heritage Trains of India

There are a lot of traditional trains you will find in the Indian Railways with gorgeous and luxurious variety of services, commonly named as Heritage Train.
Royal Rajasthan on Wheels: The Royal Rajasthan on Wheels made its first journey in the year 2009. Nevertheless the train’s way and duration are identical to the Palace on Wheels, it is unlike because it presents brazened luxuriousness. The major attraction is the super deluxe suites in addition to 13 deluxe cabins
Palace on Wheels: It is the most oldest luxury train of India; it reminds its travelers the generous life of previous kings of Rajasthan. Rated as one of the ten best luxurious trains worldwide, the Palace on Wheels boasts of two high class restaurants and a sophisticated bar area. Departing from Delhi the train travels through Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Sawai Madhopur, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Bharatpur and Agra; the entire trip lasting for 7 nights.
Golden Chariot: It is started in 2008 and got its name from the stone chariot of Hampi. Its carriages are named after the dynasties, which ruled Karnataka. It has two restaurants with a gym, lounge bar, conference space and a spa. The most attractive part of this train is the performances of local artists inside the train. Departing from Bangalore the train travels to Mysore, Kabini and Nagarhole National Park, Bandipur, Hassan, Hampi, Gadag, Badami and finally Goa in 7 nights.
Maharaja’s Express: It is the most new amongst all. Commencing from January 2010, it is boasted to be the most costly luxurious train of India. Moreover, it is also the first luxury train to travel across the entire country. The train has a total of 23 coaches, with four distinct configurations. It houses deluxe carriages, suite carriages, junior suite carriages and a presidential suite.  You can choose from one of these tours; The Princely India Tour, The Royal India Tour order, The Classical India Tour, The Celestial India Tour.
Deccan Odyssey: The magnificent Deccan Odyssey treats its passengers with a combination of alluring beaches and forts of Maharashtra. During the 7-night journey, you will visit places like Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Goa, Kolhapur, Pune, Nashik, and Aurangabad. The Deccan Odyssey is completely decorated in elaborate style. The interiors of its 13 carriages are inspired by the historical forts of the Deccan Plateau and other popular tourist spots visited by the train along its journey.

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