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India’s Golden Triangle (so called because of the triangular shape formed by the locations) is India’s most well-trodden and most popular tourist track, which connects its national capital New Delhi with the nearby cities of Agra and Jaipur. It has three legs and covers about 720 km with each leg being about 4 to 6 hours of drive (the distance between New Delhi and Agra is 233 km, Agra and Jaipur is 237 km, and Jaipur and Delhi is 273 km) Some of the world’s most amazing architecture are on display here. It is a fantastically varied introduction to the sights and sounds of the country. From busy bazaars to the breath-taking temples and monuments, majestic forts, palaces, and mosques, the incredible smells of dishes you’ve never heard of before, the colours, the crowds, the cultural immersion, this is the country at its noisiest and most chaotic. Chances are its colourful exuberance will leave you wanting to return again and again. The Golden Triangle is also well connected by public transport. It showers you with incredible sites and it’s relatively easy to get around them all. Along with the well-worn tourist trail, excellent accommodation, plenty of transportation, an incredible variety of food and lots of English-speaking locals.
One tourist’s description of the Indian Golden Triangle kind of describes this best: “Contrary to many expressed versions, I found travel in the Golden Triangle to be straightforward and safe, and a hell of a lot of fun. There are so many tourists of all ages doing the exact same thing that it’s nowhere near as intimidating as you’re probably expecting”.