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Escorted Rail Tours to Patan Mahal

Nestled in a scenic valley

The historic city of Patan has been an important outpost from the Indian capital since it was founded in the 12th century. The city occupies a strategic defensive position, nestled in a valley surrounded by three hills. The city is the traditional home of the descendants of the last Hindu Emperor of Delhi, Maharaja Anangapal Tomar II. Overlooking the city is the impressive Patan Mahal, a delightful palace that represents traditional Rajasthani architecture. The location of the palace above Patan means it enjoys terrific panoramic views towards the 13th century ancestral fort of Badal Mahal - a spectacular hill-top palace 2,000 feet (609 metres) above sea level.

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India's Golden Triangle & Tiger Safari

This amazing adventure through historic India takes us to some of the glorious country's most exciting sights. On our fascinating journey we discover thriving cities, spectacular forts, and have a chance to see a tiger in the wild, culminating with a night in a 200-year-old palace.

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