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Viaggio in Rajasthan e Gujarat – 13 giorni

Una bellissima combinazione di visitare la terra dei Maharaja, Agra col Taj Mahal, e insinuarsi in uno degli stati indiani culturalmente più affascinante “Il Gujarat” dove si può sentire la spiritualità degli antichi templi Jain.
  • 01° GIORNO : ITALIA – DELHI
    14.1 C
    Delhi

    In tempo utile imbarco sul volo di linea (è previsto un ulteriore scalo).
    All’arrivo a Delhi disbrigo delle formalità doganali, incontro col nostro rappresentante locale e trasferimento in hotel di categoria prescelta per il pernottamento.

  • 02° GIORNO : DELHIAGRA
    16 C
    Agra
    (215 km. 5 ore circa)

    Mezza pensione : Colazione in hotel e visita guidata in italiano alla città vecchia, un affascinante e pittoresco dedalo di viuzze, è divisa in due parti dalla via “dell’Argento”, un susseguirsi colorato e vivace di botteghe e bazaar.
    Nella stessa zona si potrà visitare la Jama Masjid, una delle più grandi moschee del mondo, edificata nel 1650 e Rajghat dove venne cremato “il Mahatma Gandhi”.
    Al termine partenza per la città di Agra.
    All’arrivo, sistemazione in hotel per la cena e pernottamento..


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    :
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    :
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    for more than 4,500 years.

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    :
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    :
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    :
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    :
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    long the ecclesiastical capital of the Church of England, boasts one of the country’s most magnificent cathedrals.

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    :
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    :
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    :
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    :
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