You must have travelled in Indian Railways. Indeed, railways is one of the most preferred means of transport as 20 million people travel via trains on a daily basis and reach their respective destinations. Exactly, to describe it in one sentence “Railways are considered as the lifeline of the entire nation”. Now, you all have travelled via express and super-fast trains but getting a chance to travel in a luxurious train is not less than a dream come true.

If you are a travel maniac then you would love to travel once in these luxurious trains:

1. Maharajas' Express

This is the most luxurious train in the world with several travel packages all around the country for 7 nights and 8 days, and 3 nights and 4 days. The Maharajas' Express has redefined the luxury travel experience by offering guests the opportunity to explore fabled destinations providing a glimpse of rich cultural heritage of Incredible India. The fare is approximately Rs. 2,75,000 – Rs. 10,00,000

2. Palace on Wheels

It is the most Royal Train of the country. The Palace on Wheels comprises of 14 fully air-conditioned deluxe saloons, equipped with world class amenities to enhance the pleasure of traveling. The train has a 7 night and 8 days route from New Delhi – Jaipur. The fare is approximately Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 5,00,000

3. Golden Chariot

Golden Chariot is another luxurious train that connects the important tourist spots in the Indian states of Karnataka, Goa, Kerala & Tamil Nadu. It has recently been awarded the ‘Asia’s leading luxury train’ award at the World Travel Awards, 2013. The train travels on two routes : Bangalore – Goa and Bangalore – Kerala. The fare is approximately Rs. 20000 to Rs. 50000

4. Royal Rajasthan on Wheels

Another luxurious train which gleams the Indian Railways is Royal Rajasthan on Wheels. The train is an upgraded version of Palace on Wheels with all lavish amenities such as Spa, Restaurant, Bar and Deluxe Rooms. The Train departs every Sunday from Safdarjung Station to Agra. The fare is approximately Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 80,000

5. Deccan Odyssey

Deccan Odyssey, the blue train of India started its maiden journey on January 16, 2004. Each coach has derived its name from a particular region of Maharashtra and is an emblem of royalty and cultural tradition. The train runs on two routes between Maharashtra-Nashik and Mumbai-Delhi. This trip would cost one somewhere around Rs. 40,000 to Rs. 50,000.

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