-Raj Ghat, place where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated.
-Jama Masjid, the Mosque but the India large.
-Red Fort, imperial Citadel of the 17TH century.
-Chandni Chowk, heart of old Delhi.
-Qutub Minar, archaeological site of the 12th century.
-Humayun’s Tomb, Mongolian mausoleum of the 16th century.
-The India gate, Parliament.
-Connaught Place, area full of shops of all kinds: colonial buildings, cinemas, bars, restaurants and hotels.
-Gurdwara Bangla Sahib main temple Sikh of the city.
Jaisalmer: the “Golden City”, the Fort of Jaisalmer with markets, havelis (old houses) and the Jain temples. Nearby is the Thar desert.
Jodhpur: the “Blue city” of Rajasthan, the strength of the mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada mausoleum.
Ranakpur: the 15th century Jain temples, impressive structures and beautiful statues. There are 1.444 columns in the temple, all different from each other.
Udaipur: the city of Lakes. City Palace or Palace of the city with its labyrinths, kiosks, terraces, galleries, Gardens, etc. Lake Pichola.
Fort of Chittaugarh:the biggest strength of the India.
Bundi: Taragarh Fort, Palace of Bundi.
Pushkar: city founded in the 11th century and dominated by the Taragarh Fort, visit sacred Lake and the famous Temple of Brahma.
Jaipur: the “Pink City”, capital of Rajasthan. Amber Fort, with the victory room where are their flashy and bright mirrors. Nahargarh Fort, Royal palaces and observatories, Hawa Mahal, or Palace of winds.
Fatehpur Sikri: a 40 EM =. Agra, City abandoned by lack of water but that is traversed to get to know its interesting buildings. It is heritage.
Agra: capital of the mongol Court during the 16th and 17TH centuries. Taj Mahal one of the most famous buildings in the world, Agra Fort.
Varanasi: one of the seven Holy cities of Hinduism on the banks of the Ganges River with the ghats where locals bathe in the morning and where in the evening you can see the Aarti ceremony.
Sarnat: a 13 EM =. Varanasi, Holy City of Buddhism.