We’ll pick you up from your hotel in the morning. You’ll be provided with an AC rental car with Driver in Delhi.
Your first stop is to this magnificent mosque built in the year 1650 by over 5000 workers! This is yet another wonder created by Shah Jahan, who also built the loving wonder, The Taj Mahal.
Delhi sightseeing isn’t complete if you haven’t visited this old market. Chandni Chowk is a vast market place in Delhi that’s famous throughout the country for its narrow lanes, numerous little shops, and a wide range of artifacts. There’s so much to see and purchase here, one cannot walk through all the lanes in this market in one setting. The experience of shopping here is out of the world. Chandni Chowk is also famous for chats, sweets, and a variety of street food. Get absorbed in this little part of the old city and experience the thrill of shopping while you are there.
Your Delhi sightseeing tour includes a place that’s close to every Indian’s heart! Raj Ghat is a memorial to the Father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. While you are there, you’ll observe that “Hey Ram”, his last words are inscribed on the marble stone. This is a quiet, breathtaking place and a must-visit in a Delhi tour itinerary.
This historic monument was built in the 17th century. The architectural designs and structuring resemble Persian, Timurid and Hindu traditions. On the Indian Independence Day, the prime minister of the country hoists the tricolor national flag at the red fort. From the outside, the fort looks impenetrable. It is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Qutub Minar represents the beginning of the Muslim reign in India while some believe that it’s a tall minaret that calls the faithful to pray. Not many are aware that Qutub Minar has an old iron pillar where wishes are believed to come true which is located inside the Qutub Complex. Qutub Minar is a treat to your eyes when it comes to Delhi Sightseeing.
India Gate is a tall archway built in the memory of 70,000 soldiers who fought for the British in World War 1. It stands right in the middle of the crossroad. The Amar Jawan Jyoti, the eternal flame dedicated to the soldiers post-independence, burns day and night as a tribute to all those soldiers. It also represents the sacrifice of the nation’s soldiers in the India-Pakistan war of 1971.
Your Delhi Sightseeing tour ends with a pleasant evening in Laxmi Narayan Temple, a beautiful, vibrant temple where people of all castes are allowed inside. This temple was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi with an intention to eliminate caste bias and inequality.
After seeing all the magical places of Delhi, our driver will drop you back at your hotel.
If you want to explore all these places in Delhi in just one day, do get in touch with us!