IRCTC's award-winning Maharajas' Express is nothing less than luxury on wheels. All its cabins are named after precious gems such as, Firoza, Pukhraj, Neelam, and more. Mayur Mahal and Rang Mahal are two of its theme-based restaurants. It also has two bars called Rajah Club and Safari Bar.
Experience five-star service offered by the Taj Group of Hotels on the Deccan Odyssey. The train has 12 guest accommodations, two multi-cuisine restaurants, a bar, a spa, conference car, lounge and more.
With 39 deluxe and two super deluxe cabins, restaurants and bar lounges, butler, Wi-Fi, and a spa, Palace On Wheels is one of the first luxury trains to ply on Indian tracks. All its carriages are named after the famous forts and palaces of the state of Rajasthan.
This luxury train, with 43 cabins including one differently-abled, comes with carriages named after dynasties that once ruled South India. It also has two restaurants onboard called Ruchi and Nalapaka, and a bar named Madira not to mention its spa cum fitness centre called Arogya.
This IRCTC's Buddhist tourist train starts from the Safdarjung Railway Station in New Delhi. The train covers Gaya, Nalanda, Rajgir, Kushinagar, Lumbini, Sravasti, and Agra.