When comes to Delhi its is almost first stop on tour starting from India, Delhi is cultural city which offer tour of both New Delhi and Old Delhi, This is the most thrilling full-day tour available for Delhi, and it includes a full-day city tour that takes you from the crowded, chaotic streets of Old Delhi to the wide, ordered avenues of New Delhi and a massive government complex in the heart of the city. When our driver and guide arrive at your prearranged accommodation in Delhi or pick you up from the Delhi airport or Delhi train station, the tour officially begins at 9 a.m. After greetings, proceed to a sightseeing tour of Delhi by visiting
India Gate which is the first site on your Delhi tour itinerary, is a 42-meter-tall stone triumphal arch. It serves as a war memorial for Indian army personnel who died between 1914 and 1921 in World War One, the North-West Frontiers campaigns, and the 1919 Afghan Blunder. It is currently one of Delhi's most well-known tourist destinations.
Rashtrapati Bhavan The second destination on your Delhi trip is Rashtrapati Bhavan (President House), which is the official residence of the President of India and is located on Raisina hills. It is recognised as the largest official house of any head of state in the world, covering more than 320 acres of ground. Edwin Lutyens served as the residence's architect. Presidential residence
Chandni Chowk One of the main thoroughfares in old Delhi is Chandni Chowk, which stands in stark contrast to the open and well-kept streets of new Delhi. Cars, scooters, cycle rickshaws, hand-pulled cards, animals, tuk tuks, and pedestrians are all vying for space in Old Delhi. Now that the government has begun redeveloping the Old Delhi region, many things will alter. The most well-known, oldest, and busiest market street in all of India is Chandi Chowk. Numerous wholesalers of low-cost jewellery stores, fabrics, electronics, and other goods are housed in the market's small, winding passageways. The best site in Delhi for food excursions is Chandi Chowk, which is known for its delectable street cuisine.
Red Fort:- The next destination on your Delhi tours should be the Red Fort, a historic fort in Old Delhi where you may pause for pictures. After 1638, this fort served as the Mughals' main residence. Every year on August 15, the Indian Prime Minister raises the flag at the fort's main gate. Since 2007, the Red Fort of Delhi has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Raj Ghat serves as a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. The cremation site is marked by a black stone platform in an open area, with a flame burning continuously at one end to show respect for Gandhiji. You will find nearby spaces for memorials to other past Indian Prime Ministers besides Mahatma Gandhi. The name of one of the mediaeval gates that once stood in Delhi's walled city, Shahjahanabad, was derived from the name "Raj Ghat."
Humayun Tomb The mid-16th century saw the construction of the Humayun Tomb, which Mirak Mirza Ghiyas and his son planned. It was built by Humayun's wife, Haji Begum. Since 1993, Delhi has had The Massive Tomb listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This red sandstone building is thought to be the forerunner of the stunning Taj Mahal. One of the finest specimens of Mughal architecture in India is this building.
Lotus Temple is a Baha'i temple located in Delhi. It was built in 1986 and is shaped like a large lotus flower. Delhi's Lotus Temple is a popular tourist destination and is accessible to people of all religions.
Qutub Minar- Last but not least is Qutub Minar, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Delhi. Qutub-ud-Din Aibak began construction on the 72-meter-tall structure in 1193, and it was completed by three Muslim rulers from three different dynasties. Qutub Minar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi. The 16-inch-diameter and 23-foot-8-inch-tall Iron Pillar, which was created by Chandragupta, is another attraction within Qutub Minar. It is well-known for being constructed of rust-resistant metals.
After Delhi city tour, Drop off at your hotel or the Delhi airpor following your tour of Delhi's attractions, tourist spots, and activities.
Package Cost Includes :- Meet and Greet Service Tour in Luxury private ac cab Complimentary English Speaking Guide in Delhi (other language guide on prior notice) Minimum 02 pax or solo traveler with single supplement is required for this tour Snacks + juice 01 packed water per person All transfer in By Ac Pvt Car. All Parking, Toll
Package Cost Excludes :- Entrance fee for Delhi Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase) Food and drinks Lunch Camera fee Tipping
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