Delhi New Delhi and Old Delhi  
The main gateway to India, Delhi will probably be your first contact with the country, before continuing the tour to Rajasthan. Let's see what are the main attractions not to be missed, which can be visited in one or two days.
Haveli in Mandawa Mandawa havelis  
Along the edge of a desert, Mandawa was an important logistics station for caravans moving along the main trade routes. Once frequented by wealthy merchants, Mandawa has numerous havelis, luxurious houses decorated with frescoes and bas-reliefs.
Bikaner Bikaner  
With its mighty fortress, the havelis and the huge bazaar, Bikaner will fascinate visitors who will appreciate the splendor of the ancient palaces, once home to the maharajas and members of the royal families.
Jaisalmer Jaisalmer  
Not far from an arid desert, Jaisalmer is also called the "yellow city" for the color of the sandstone used for the buildings. Its mighty fort, still inhabited, dominates the city from the top of an hill and offers a glimpse into the life of the past maharajas.
Jodhpur Jodhpur  
Also known as the "blue city" for the color of the houses in the old town, Jodhpur offers a magnificent fortress built on top of a hill, where the mighty fortified walls seem the natural continuation of the rocky cliffs.
Ranakpur temple Ranakpur temples  
A small town isolated among the relaxing rural landscape of the Aravalli Range, is home to a series of Jain temples that show surprising art and architecture, with hundreds of columns and dozens of domes completely covered by bas-reliefs.
Udaipur Udaipur  
Along the shores of a small lake, Udaipur is also known as the "Venice of India" for its two palaces on the water. But the main attraction is the City Palace, the ancient residence of the royal family, housing magnificent mosaics and surprising miniature paintings.
Pushkar Pushkar  
The whole town of Pushkar is a sacred place, rarely included in tourist itineraries. We visit the Temple of Brahama, the bazaar and the ghats (steps leading down to sacred waters of the lake).
Jaipur Jaipur  
Also called the pink city for the color of its buildings in the old town, Jaipur is one of the most visited places in Rajasthan, thanks to three magnificent forts, the glittering City Palace and the incredible astronomical observatory dating back to '700. But not only...
Chand Baori Chand Baori: a step well in Abhaneri  
A short stop between Jaipur and Agra to visit one of the most amazing attractions of Rajasthan and perhaps of whole India: the surprising thousand-year-old Chand Baori step well, with the walls covered by thousands of steps.
Fatehpur Sikri Fatehpur Sikri  
The ancient city of Fatehpur Sikri was developed with the same speed with which it was soon abandoned. The remains are mighty red sandstone buildings finely decorated with bas-reliefs and a history as fascinating as mysterious.
Taj Mahal Agra: the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort  
The Taj Mahal needs no introduction, being the most famous monument in India and perhaps in the whole world. Let's go together to discover the reasons for this fame, but without forgetting the other attractions in Agra, such as the Red Fort.