Allahabad Tour

Tour Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days
Route Plan: Allahabad
Tour Description

Day 01 : Allahabad Sightseeing:   Pickup from Allahabad Airport / Railway station  and  Derive to Allahabad has  some stunning Gothic  style buildings with exquisite carvings  that  are  casually  scattered  around: All Saints’  Cathedral  and the Mayne Memorial. The latter  houses  the  public  library and is inside the historic Company  Bagh  where  Chandrasekhar Azad committed suicide. Across the road is the Vijaya Nagram Hall built  in sandstone, which along with other colonial-era  buildings  now  houses  a  few  departments  of the Allahabad University. The stately High Court  building — tall doorways  and sky – high ceiling — is built in the Georgian style. Relax in the iconic Indian Coffee House. Though the food is average you won’t notice if you listen for the conversations of famous voices past.

Day 02:Allahabad: After  breakfast  derive  to The Maha Kumbh might be  over,  but  you  don’t  have to  wait another lifetime to
experience  the  Sangam. It’s  alive with spiritual energy every day. Pay homage to the city deity, a reclining
Hanuman  on the banks  of the Ganga  and to the snake  God in NagVasukhi temple. The Akbar Fort is visible
from here, inside which  the Patalpuri  temple houses  a famous underground Banyan tree, Akshay Vat–but a
permit  is needed to  visit.Literary buffs can see the house of the noted poet Nirala in Daraganj.On Saraswati
Ghat  is  the  Mankameshwar  temple;  cross  Yamuna  to  the  Trivenipush  temple  from  where  you  get  an
uninterrupted, birds’ eye view of the Sangam and the city built on its banks.

This old city has legendary, no-frills, eating places that locals stoutly swear by:mango shake from the hotel-in
-the-wall next to Sulakhi, gulab jamuns from the roadside stall of Dehati, near the railway  over bridge and a
little ahead towards the Ganga, there  are two lip-smacking  chaat stalls  (you’ll have to rely on the crowds to
locate them). Head to Loknath  near Ghanta Ghar where  the chaat is  great and  lassi even  better. Namkeen
here is famous, which is clear from the bewildering  variety there is  to choose from;  do take  home dalmoth
and the miniature masala samosas from Hari Ram.

Day03: Allahabad Local: After breakfast derive to  local sightseeing of Round up your trip with a visit to Nehru’s ancestral home-turned
-museum,  Ananda  Bhawan,  Swaraj  Bhawan  and Jawahar  Planetarium. Continue  to Khusro Bagh, a high
walled  Mughal  style garden  that surrounds  mausoleums and has a guava orchard and research centre.Buy
the  famous  Allahabadi  guavas. Then  head  to  Nakhas  Kona, a lively, crowded and bustling market amidst
crumbling old buildings and mosques. Sink your teeth into succulent kebabs,raan, boti and more in the shops
lining Qadir Lane nearby. The halwa and shahi-tukda are a must-have. If you prefer a little quiet, savour your
last meal in the city in El  Chico  Restaurant  and Bakery where the chocolate truffle can beat the world’s best
(I have that on authority).

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Package Inclusion
1. Room Accommodations.
2. Pick up & Drop From Railway Station/Airport.
3. Driver Allowance & Fuel.
4. Toll Tax, State Permit tax & Parking.
5. Transportation By Car.
6. All Sightseeing By Transportation Car.
7. Daily Breakfast and Dinner.
8. Welcome Drink On Arrival.
Package Exclusion