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Modern Bangalore (Bengaluru) was founded by Kempegowda, a medieval chieftain, in the great Vijayanagara Kingdom. How was the city back then? What kind of people lived?  How did it transform from a small medieval town to this big bustling metropolis?

Join us on a unique walk around the 'pettah' area of Bangalore and learn more about this fort city built by Kempegowda. Explore parts of the city you have never been to before, learn about the city history that might shatter some of the myths that we usually associate it with.

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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 €

DAY 01: Pick-up from respective hotel and drive to Jaipur. Afternoon, proceed with tour of Jaipur city visiting The City Palace Museum - the former Royal residence, part of it converted into a museum. One of the major attractions in the museum is the portion known as Armoury Museum housing an impressive array of weaponry-pistols, blunderbusses, flintlocks, swords, rifles and daggers.
Drive past Hawa Mahal - most famous landmark of Jaipur is not actually a palace but a series of sandstone screens. End your day by visiting the Observatory - built by Sawai Jai Singh, the founder of five observatories in India including this one, was a great admirer of developments in science and technology.

DAY 02: After breakfast, proceed for the visit to Amber Fort - One of the finest examples of Rajput architecture; it was the ancient capital of Jaipur. The original palace was built by Raja Man Singh and additions were made later by Sawai Jai Singh. Within the palace are the Diwan-e-Aam or the ''Hall of Public Audience'', the Diwan-e-Khas or the ''Hall of Private Audience'' and the Sukh Niwas, the private chambers of the queens with windows having latticed screens so that the ladies could watch the proceedings of the royal court in privacy.
There is also the Jai Mandir or the ''Temple of Victory'', with its famed Sheesh Mahal, the ''Hall of Mirrors''. After the tour, you shall be driven back to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi, transfer to your hotel of stay.

Utsav Rishton Ka is a classical dance show which presents the flavour and fragrance of India in all its rich variety and spiritual nuances to international tourists. During this 60 minute of duration performance by artists from all over the country is showcased which includes Ganesh Vandana . Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Odissi, Manipuri, Bharathanatyam & kathak dance forms. This show not only acquaints the viewers with the rich Indian culture through dance, music and varied costumes, but also captivate them and provide memories to cherish.

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Athirapally waterfalls are one of the most popular picnic spots in Kerala. It is 60 km drive from Cochin. Chalakkudy where Athirapally waterfalls is located, is famous for its rivers, forests and numerous waterfalls. This Sholayar ranges patches is so beautifully intertwined lushes of silver cascades that sizzles and green forest that it became one of the hottest tourist spots in Kerala. Athirapally falls is the most famous among various other small ones beautiful enough to attract those interested.

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Karla and Bhaja Caves are located near Lonavala. The Bhaja caves are regarded to be from the times of Hinayana phase of Buddhism, which is of 2nd to 1st century BC. These caves are also mainly Viharas and Chaityas. Karla Cave is the largest Hinayana Buddhist chaitya (temple) in India built during Satavahana's rule. Karla is the best example of rock-cut architecture, which is believed to carve out from a living rock. Some of its 2000 year-old wooden beams are still alive. It takes nearly 20 minutes to climb up the steep way of the Karla caves. There is a 45 meter long Chaitya, possibly the finest of its kind in the country.

desde 77,22 €

A visit to Udaipur is incomplete without a boat cruise in Lake Pichola the historic 14th century lake made by a local banjara (gypsy) that was extended in the 16th century by Rana Udai Singh II to establish Udaipur- “the city of lakes”. The picturesque boat ride on Lake Pichola not only provides the best scenic view of the lake and the mountains in the city, but also presents some of the most important historical monuments dotted along the lakeside or submerged within the lake.

Beginning with the monumental lakeside facade of the City Palace Complex, the boat ride moves to the picturesque ghats with their distinctive steps, still used by the locals. The lake-side is lined with the havelis of the nobles, most prominent being the Bagore ki Haveli. Beyond the lakeside history and the beautiful island palaces, the boat ride provides a fantastic view of the distant monsoon palace perched on the hills. Sajjangarh was the palace built by Maharana Sajjan Singh in the late 19th century to enjoy the beautiful monsoon season of the lake city of Udaipur.

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This trip lets you experience the exhilarating city of Mumbai in 24 hours. You’ll journey in to India’s capital city by plane, before enjoying a scenic train ride back to Goa the next day. The trip packs in visits to the city’s Hanging Garden, which is stuffed with hundreds of animal-shaped hedges, the Thieves’ Market, where you can pick up everything from incense sticks to sari silks, and the iconic Gateway of India monument. The real eye-opener of the tour, though, is the Dharavi visit. Dharavi is the largest slum in Asia, and it’s home to more than a million people. Walking with a guide among the narrow, shack-lined lanes is a moving experience. Plus, you’ll see Dhobi Ghat, the largest open-air laundromat in the world, where many of the slum’s residents work. After your moving visit, you’ll retreat to the West End Hotel to relax and grab a bite to eat. You’ll then be driven to the station at around 10pm to catch your train back to Goa, so you can get some shut-eye on the way.

Udaipur, a splash of colour in Rajasthan that is brighter when tinged with the tones of local lore and legends. Visit the City Palace, built in 1725, which hours the Dilkhush Mahal, Sheesh Mahal - studded with glittering Belgium Mirrors, Moti Mahal and the Palace of Lord Krishna all of which are ornately decorated.

Later visit the Jagdish Temple. This temple built in 1651 is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the preserver in gardens of the maids-of-honour, with beautiful lawns, gardens and fountains. Later drive around the Fatehsagar Lake.

desde 21,75 €

PDR Mall - Box office - Luxa road

Be a part of the traditional Aarti ceremony on the Ganges, when flowers and lanterns float down the river at dusk. Explore Varanasi’s bustling bazaars, ancient corridors, and narrow alleyways. Browse local markets selling everything from silk to kites to spices. Sample local delicacies and indulge in a rooftop dinner overlooking the Ganga River.

The Ganga River (or Ganges) runs through the veins of Varanasi (Banaras). Even locals regularly call out har-har Gange, meaning “long live Ganga,” and, come evening, locals flock to the ghats to release lanterns and flowers into the water. Follow Varanasi’s veins straight to her heart on this spiritual tour of an ancient city. Take a tour through one of the world’s oldest living cities, and along one of the world’s most revered rivers. You’ll follow the path of the famous Ganges (or Ganga River) on this evening walking tour. Your Varanasi tour will lead you along the city’s narrow lanes and alleys to Dal Mandi, a wholesale market of silk garments and puja (ceremonial Hindu prayer) items. From there, you’ll continue toward the kite market, decorated with colourful paper kites of different shapes and sizes. You’ll visit the Chowk area and Vishwanath Gali, one of the largest silk markets in Varanasi. The purity of silk is more than just a fashion statement — pure silk is used in religious temple ceremonies for draping the goddesses, and on many other auspicious occasions.

As you explore, you’ll get to taste sweet treats like malaiyo, a local seasonal delicacy, or malai puri, all washed down with a lassi drink. Next up, your Varanasi tour will proceed to the Dasawamedha Ghat for evening Aarti, one of the most spectacular sights in Varanasi. Hundreds of pilgrims, photographers, and tourists rent boats to watch the magnificence of the Aarti as it unfolds every evening. Lamps are lit, fragrant smoke rises from incense sticks, and the chants of mantras can be heard — prepare to be completely spellbound by one of the most magical events in India. As the Aarti comes to an end, the priests offer flowers, milk, and floating lamps to the Ganges. Pilgrims follow and soon the whole of the Ganga is filled with lit lamps and aromatic flowers. The experience is like a huge cultural bath and amidst all the sound and activity, everyone seeks to find peace. At the end of the ceremony, your guide will walk you to a delightful dinner at a rooftop restaurant overlooking the Ganga and the ghats. From there, your guide will be happy to arrange a taxi back to your accommodation or can give you some tips and suggestions for further exploring Varanasi by night.

desde 62,81 €