Tickets en India

Tickets > Tickets en India

Visit the palace of the Maharaja built in 1911-12. The palace is a harmonious synthesis of the Hindu and Saracenic styles of architecture with archways, domes, turrets, colonnades and sculptures which are magnificent. Visit the Art Gallery, drive upto Chamundi hill to see Chamundeshwari Temple and have a panoramic view of Mysore from the top of the hill. On way back, see the Nandi Bull and Srirangapatnam - a historic island cradled by two branches of the Cauvery river.

The magnificent Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple inside the port is an ancient temple of exquisite beauty dating back to the 15th century. From 1610 to 1799 A.D., it was the capital of several Mysore kings like Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan. Also inside the fortress wall there is a mosque which is worth visiting.

desde 64,17 €

Arrive at Kala nagar (Bandra east) sky walk and walk over to witness the organised chaotic traffic snarls of a local Mumbaikar. Arrive at Bandra station and we meet our car over here to continue the drive through Chimbai Village to get feel of old Bandra, which is quite a blend old world charm and modern India. With the city’s largest Catholic population living in this area it boasts of largest number of Roman Catholic Churches in the world! The Catholic influence is a part of the areas’ charm; picturesque bungalows which are in today time more famous for their inhabitants who quite often are Film personalities.

Walk of the Stars adds a little more glitz and glamour to its Bollywood style. The sea-facing promenade features the handprints and signatures of Bollywood stars embossed on brass plates on tiles along the path. Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor, Sharmila Tagore, Meena Kumari, Shammi Kapoor, Shabana Azmi and Sridevi are among the stars featured. The new Walk of the Stars will also feature several statues of Bollywood legends, including Raj Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor, Dev Anand, Dilip Kumar, Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan. The statues are life-size brass representations of each star, sitting on benches. Later proceed to The Mount Mary Church, it is the most prominent and largest and oldest church in the city. Castella de Aguada literally meaning “Fort of the Water point” is popularly known as Bandra Fort. Built by the Portuguese in 1640 as a watchtower to oversee the Arabian waters, the strategic value of this fort was enhanced in 1661 after the Portuguese ceded the 07 Islands of Bombay to the British.

Many popular mainstream Indian cinema films have been shot at this scenic location. Pali Hill one of the city’s most affluent residential area, which was many originally rich orchards and forest, that have over the years given way to large scale residential development. The only trace of green very evident across the area is abundance of Old Tall green trees that line the streets forming natural archways. Built on 03 hills, the posh housing can be reached through the meandering lanes and zigzag roads which add to the quintessential charm of the area. Bandra is a shopper’s delight! Linking Road offers the shopaholic an interesting variety of wares from clothes, to shoes to ladies bags… street shopping to branded stores and outlets dot this street luring the shopper with offers and sales all year through.

desde 36,98 €

Viaja atrás en el tiempo y descubre Fatehpur Sikri, justo a las afueras de Agra. Se trata de una ciudad construida por el gran emperador mogol como su capital, que luego abandonó antes de que estuviese acabada. Hoy en día esta fascinante ciudad imperial es considerada una obra de arte de la arquitectura indo-sarracena, con más de cuarenta lugares de interés protegidos por sus murallas, entre palacios, pabellones, patios, puertas monumentales, estanques, una mezquita y otros edificios espectaculares.

Fatehpur Sikri fue fundada en el año 1659 por Akbar el Grande, el tercer emperador mogol, quien buscaba una capital monumental que reflejase su poder y su prestigio. No obstante, la escasez de agua forzó al emperador a abandonar su ciudad imperial en los próximos dieciséis años, pero no sin dejar antes para la posteridad este increíble complejo palaciego declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. La ciudad se sitúa sobre la cresta de una montaña de unos tres kilómetros de longitud, rodeada por seis kilómetros de murallas y nueve puertas.

Explora este espectacular complejo palaciego y admira la magnífica mezquita de Jama y la monumental puerta de cincuenta y cinco metros de altura Buland Darwaza, que tardó doce años en ser construida. Contempla el mausoleo de Salim Chishti, que guarda la tumba de un santo bajo un ornamentado dosel con incrustaciones de madreperla en forma de mosaico y ventanas con elaboradas celosías de piedra. Maravíllate ante la imponente Sala de Audiencia Privada, el edificio Panch Mahal, de cinco alturas, en cuya construcción se invirtieron diez años, y la casa palaciega de Birbal.

La influencia de la arquitectura hindú y jainista se entrelaza con los elementos islámicos dominantes, creando un complejo de tal belleza que muchos consideran más hermoso que el Taj Mahal.

desde 29,36 €

Start the tour by visiting the Charminar - rectangular, four-arched Monumental Gate described as the "The Arch of Triumph of the East" followed by walk around the Laad Bazaar famous for bridal accessories, laquer Bangles, Hyderabadi Attar (perfume), Maindi and Antiques. Continue to Chowmahalla Palace (replica of shah of Iran’s palace in Tehran).

Visit the Mecca Mosque – one of the Oldest and largest mosque in India. End your tour by visiting the Salar Jung Museum which along-with a collection of art objects by Nawab Salar Jung III, also houses magnificent exhibits of European and Indian paintings and statuary. Of special interest is the Jade Room containing priceless objects, which belonged to ancient Indian rulers like Aurangazeb, Tipu Sultan, Shah Jahan and the Asaf Jahs of Hyderabad. Later drive past the High Court and State Assembly buildings.

desde 41,33 €

Join the tour beginning from the Hawa Mahal (Palace of winds) for an absorbing evening walking Tour through the maze of Jaipur's vibrant local Markets .Sample the regions culinary delights from some of the city’s most popular street food vendors and witness the rich local art and crafts traditions.

The Royal family of Jaipur has been patronizing various craftsmen and artisans and the people of Jaipur have still continued to practice those traditions making it a favorable destination to witness India’s art & craft produced by using the traditional methods. This happens to be one of the fascinating walk in Jaipur.

desde 56,55 €

The museum has a rare collection of archaeological and geological artifacts including old jewellery, sculpture, coins and inscriptions. With 70 paintings, 84 sculptures, and hundreds of other artifacts the museum also has sculpture from the Hoysala, Gandhara and Nolamba periods. Among the major attraction here is the model of Srirangapatna, the fort of Tipu Sultan.

desde 20,67 €

Samode is a very small village that is known for its forts and havelis. This place is located close to the green Aravali hills. If you want to explore the best of this place then you can do it through camel ride. Depart for Camel Safari on individual gaily-decorated camels or camel carts or 4x4s through the scenic countryside, open fields and village hamlets.

Experience the earthy nature of life in the desert - observe men in their imposing turbans, women in their colourful skirts and stoles, playful children scampering along. Past rocky hillocks with imposing forts, tall dry elephant grass and sudden startled calls of a peacock or a partridge.

desde 48,94 €

Full day excursion to Nagarjunaconda. Further upstream the Krishna River from Hyderabad is Nagarjunakonda associated with the famous Buddhist scholar of 2nd century, Nagarjuna.

It was an important Buddhist monastic institution and has stupas with handsome sculptures showing scenes from the life of the Buddha. The Archaeologists have salvaged the precious ruins from this ancient site, atop a hill and set them up in a Vihara style museum.

desde 45,68 €

Kalaripayattu the martial art form of Kerala is regarded as the oldest and more scientific in the world. Training in combat is given at the kalari (training school).The principles of kalari education stipulate that training in martial art begins with an oil massage of the body which goes on until the body is agile and supple. Feats like chattom (jumping), ottam (running), marichil (somersault) etc. are then taught, followed by the lessons the use of weapons such as daggers, swords, spears, maces, the bow and arrow and so on. Kalaripayattu training aims at the ultimate co-ordination of the mind and body. The traditional training in a kalari includes specialization in indigenous medical practice too.

Kalaris are also centers of religious worship. The general guidelines to be followed in kalaripayattu demand that once the course is complete, a person should undergo oil massage and engage in the practice of the feats at-least once a year to help him keep in shape. The duration of the Kalari show is 45 minute to 1 hour and 6 to 7 warriors participate in the Demonstration.

The show starts with introduction of Kalarippayattu. Kalari is decorated with traditional oil lamp and flowers. The performers perform the Kalari items accompanying by the traditional musical instruments, such as ‘chendamelam’, ‘panchavadiyam’, edaka and other musical instruments. The visitor gets an opportunity to watch the handling of weapons used in Kalarippayattu. Explanation is given before the start of each performance to help the visitors understand thrilling experience one is going to watch.

desde 29,36 €

Get back to nature and sleep in a romantic Rajhastani tent on one of Goa's most beautiful beaches. Anyone wanting to get away from it all will love this two-day trip. First, you'll travel in air-conditioned comfort towards secluded Soneca Cola. This tucked-away beach is particularly picturesque, with thick palms, stunning views and lagoon-like waters. When you arrive, you'll check into your spacious, comfy tent - they're all kitted out with charming Rajhastani wooden furniture and en-suite loos. After lunch, you've got the afternoon free to snooze on a hammock, sunbathe, swim or play some beach volleyball. Come sundown, dinner is served and you'll have the chance to watch some local dancing and sit around the campfire as the stars come out overhead. And after a good night's rest and breakfast, you can take an optional boat ride to spot dolphins before your heading back to your resort. Perfect for peace-seekers, beach fans and loved-up couples.

Utilizamos cookies

Utilizamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar tu experiencia de navegación y analizar el uso de la web. Puedes aceptar todas las cookies pulsando el botón "Aceptar". Puedes consultar nuestra política de cookies haciendo click aquí.