Wandering around for hours in New DelhiDelhi has more than eleven million inhabitants and consists of Old Delhi and the capital New Delhi. Old Delhi is also called Shahjahanabad, after the old Shah Jahan. Highlights of this part of the city are the Red Fortress and the big Jama Masjid. In New Delhi, a more modern and spacious part, you will find many government buildings, the National Museum, the India Gate and countless shopping malls.
Colours and food in RajasthanRajasthan is the most colourful and exotic province of India. A visit to the Taj Mahal, the most beautiful monument in the world according to many, should absolutely not be missed. Visit the pink town of Jaipur and gawk at the Hawa Mahal, the Palace of Winds. Enjoy a refreshing lassi, a typical Indian yoghurt drink or try a spicy curry in one of the many outstanding restaurants.
Goa; perfect for a sunny holidayGoa is known for its vibrant beach life combined with many excellent parties. Goa is a former Portuguese colony that is known for its laid-back, hippy-like atmosphere. On the beautiful beaches, you will find clear water, fine sand and palm trees that provide a bit of shade.
Quite green life in South IndiaCompared to the crowded North of India, the south is an oasis of green, peace and quiet. If you are into nature and temples, it’s the perfect destination. View elephants and other wildlife in the Periyar National Park in Kerala or dream away on one of the many elongated beaches.
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