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The Maharajas' Express Luxury Train
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Luxury Trains are always a treat to eyes for Rail Enthusiasts as well as The non Enthusiasts.  
Here I showcase you The Maharajas' Express,  which has been listed in the TOP 10 Luxury Trains of the world.
Designed to recreate the elegance and pageantry of the personal
carriages of erstwhile maharaja , the interiors of this luxury train in
India is suffused with nostalgia. Elegance of a bygone era and state
of the art amenities coalesce seamlessly to offer 5 Star living in the
quaint interiors of the Maharaja Express.
At a Glance of Train Facilities:
The train has 88 guests capacity
There are 14 guest carriages, divided into 20 deluxe cabins, 18
junior suites, 4 suites & 1 Presidential Suite
All cabins have their individual climate control
All cabins have personal bathroom
Wi-Fi Internet
Electronic safe & RFID door lock
Every cabin has a Live TV with satellite channels & DVD player
Direct dial phones
2 Restaurants (Mayur Mahal & Rang Mahal), each restaurant has
44 guests seating capacity at a time.
A well stocked bar (Safari Bar) offers wines & spirits from around
the world
A en-suite bar named Rajah Club, equipped with board games
A high-end boutique called "Treasure Chest" where you could buy
gifts and souvenir
The attractions during the Maharajas Express train tour include a
heady mix of World Heritage Sites, wildlife, art, culture and royalty
along with some unique insider experiences at some select
destinations. Mentioned below are all the destinations which are
covered in the 5 itineraries of the Maharaja train
With world class amenities, exquisitely designed interiors,
gastronomic dining and vibrant on board ambience, the train
journeys are invariably suffused with romance, adventure and style.
Chugging along some of the most scenic landscapes, most alluring
cities and offering an insight of India like no other journey,
Maharajas Express unravels the confounding Kaleidoscope of India
bringing out the million images of tigers, snake charmers,
spirituality, mountains, jungles, deserts, forts, palaces, dances,
cuisines, romance and dreams. Welcome aboard for a rediscovery of
India on a journey like no other on earth in a train like no other.
Destinations of Maharajas' Express
Aurangabad: City of Gates
Aurangabad - 'City Built by Royalty' has to showcase numerous
ancient tombs, monuments, and palaces reflecting the fine specimen
of Mughal art & architecture. The city is admired for production of
superior quality silk, handicraft items and metal goods. With 13
gates of Ajanta & Ellora, across the city, Aurangabad is also called
'City of Gates'.
Udaipur: City of Lakes
The City of Lakes - Udaipur has numerous lakes, adding a
magnificent element to the natural aura. Located amongst the
Aravallis, the natural ambiance and rich cultural heritage make this
place worth visiting. The old forts also represent the glorious history
of the Rajputanas.
Jodhpur: The Blue City
The city has abundant of ancient castles to showcase, reflecting the
aura of the times gone by. Jodhpur gets its name 'Blue City' due to
the blue painted buildings around the popular Mehrangarh Fort. The
amazing art and architecture could be seen in every attraction.
Bikaner :Gateway to Thar Desert
To enjoy exotic camel safaris, fairs and festivals, Bikaner is the
perfect destination. The city has abundant of historical forts,
monuments, palaces and temples worth exploring. Apart from this,
you can experience the mesmeric charm in the rich culture and
heritage of the city.
Jaipur:The Pink City
The pink color of the forts, palaces and havelis make this city be
called as 'Pink City'. The rich culture & art, forts and palaces, reflect
the royal aspect of the place. This city also gets its name as 'The
City of Victory' as this has been a battleground and witnessed grand
Sawai Madhopur: Royal Hunting Ground
Ranthambhor National Park is the main attraction making Sawai
Madhopur highly popular. The city is a busy commercial town. The
forests, guavas, forts, temples etc., also make this place south-
after. You can also enjoy street shopping and scrumptious local
Have a look  

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