Regal Rides on India's Maharajas' Express

VIPs looking for a regal ride ought to check out Vacations By Rail, which is announcing three rail journeys aboard India's ultra-luxe Maharajas' Express.

New itineraries take travelers along two popular routes - New Delhi to Mumbai (and reverse) and a circle journey of northeastern India beginning and ending in New Delhi.

The eight-day Princely India and Royal India itineraries highlight India's vibrant culture. Regal touch: Guests have the opportunity to meet royalty. These two rail journeys include visits to the country's most popular areas from Vadodar and Udaipur to the royal state of Rajasthan and its popular cities of Jodhpur and Jaipur as well as a visit to Ranthambore National Park.

The seven-day Classical India tour highlights India's rich history with visits to the city of Gwalior, Varanasi and the River Ganges, the temples of Khajaraho and Lucknow. All itineraries visit Agra and the Taj Mahal.

For more information visit www.vacationsbyrail.com.
 

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