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Tuesday, 22 September 2020

Taj Mahal and Agra Fort opens up to tourists from today

After being closed for six months due to Covid-19 pandemic, the world famous Taj Mahal finally opens up to visitors

Now here's a good news for tourists and travel enthusiasts. After being closed for six months since March this year, Taj Mahal and Agra Fort to be opened to tourists from today, the 21st of September 2020.

Tuesday, 15 September 2020

India's first vertical lift railway sea bridge is upcoming at Rameshwaram

Something new to look at, on your next trip to Rameshwaram

The work on India's first vertical lift railway sea bridge is ongoing at Rameshwaram. Here's how it may look once completed.

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Travel Throwbacks from the best of our travels so far

A look back into the best of our travels

There's no travelling to any destinations these days, but we're optimistic that things will get better soon. In the meantime, we'll be doing a best of our travels series, a pictorial tour through some picturesque places that we've been through.

Monday, 22 October 2018

Hop-On Hop-Off service introduced for the famed World Heritage Kalka-Shimla Railway line

Kalka-Shimla section of Narrow Gauge Mountain Hill Railways of India is a recognised World Heritage Site

The Ambala division of Northern Railways, Indian Railways, has introduced a Hop-On Hop-Off service for the famed World Heritage Kalka-Shimla Railway line, to facilitate tourists.

Sunday, 30 September 2018

150 years of Indian Railways, now on Google Arts & Culture

Stories from 150 years of Indian Railways' great heritage is now featured on Google Arts & Culture

This is a must-see for rail travel lovers, especially the trains or railway enthusiasts. Google Arts & Culture, an online cultural and heritage museum, now features stories from 150 years of Indian railways.

Saturday, 9 June 2018

IRCTC launches a New Easy-to-Use Website to Book Trains

IRCTC has launched a new responsive website which is also easy to use on smartphones or mobile devices

Did you know IRCTC recently launched a new easy-to-use website which renders properly on a wide range of devices? Yes, it's responsive and you can easily use that site on your mobile device or smartphone too! Here are some salient features of this new IRCTC website.