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Escorted Rail Tours to Chittorgarh

The largest fortress in India

The southern Rajasthan city of Chittorgarh is most famous for its giant hilltop fort - the largest in India. The impressive fort actually sprawls across an entire hill, covering an area of 692 acres (280 hectares). The complex includes historical palaces, grand entrance gates, religious temples and two commemoration towers - the Tower of Fame and the Tower of Victory.

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India's Palace on Wheels

Magnificent palaces and forts are waiting to be discovered on this Indian rail adventure aboard the Palace on Wheels train. Experience the lifestyle of the Maharajahs as we visit walled cities, marvel at the astonishing Taj Mahal and enjoy tiger spotting in Ranthambore National Park.

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