Delhi Tour

Delhi, the national capital of India and it is one of the biggest and metropolitan cities of the world. It is located at the side of Yamuna River. Delhi is divided in two parts that is old Delhi and New Delhi. Historical places of Delhi are the most famous in the world and these places attract national and international tourists every tear. India Gate, Ashoka Pillars, Birla House, Lotus Temple, Raj Ghat, Aalai Darwaza, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb etc are the famous historical places of Delhi. During the 16th and 17th centuries, Delhi was important centre of Mughal dynasty and the British made it the capital city in 1911. It is called the heart of the “India”.
  • Places
  • General Information
  • How to Reach
  • Itinerary

Places to see

  • Qutub Minar
  • Ashoka Pillars
  • Chandi Chowk
  • Red Fort
  • Lotus Temple
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Humayun’s Tomb
  • Jama Masjid
  • Mughal Garden

General Information

Best time to visit: January to December

Culture: Delhi comes as a merger of the modern lifestyles as well as the old traditions and values. On one hand, we can see the Old Delhi still living in the past to some an extent and still upholding the values of the past.

Food: All North India foods are famous.

Highlights: India Gate, Shopping.

Top Hotels: Taj Palace, Hotel, Ashoka Hotel, Grand Hotel, Park hotel, Hotel Qutab, Hotel Samrat, Hotel Sunstar, Hotel Chand Palace.

Shopping: Cloths, Bamboo Crafts, Ivory works, Bangles, Leather work. There are number of shopping points in Delhi like Central Market, Chandni Chowk, and Malls etc.

Climate:
The temperature of Delhi is maximum 41° C and minimum 21° C in summer and in winter the temperature is maximum 21° C and minimum 4° C.

How to Reach

By Air: Delhi is connected to all the major cities in the world through Airways. Regular flights are available to almost all the European capitals and cities of prominence. Delhi is also well connected to the rest of India with domestic flights. Delhi has two airports to cater the needs of commuters, Indira Gandhi International Airport and Palam Domestic Airport.

By Rail: Delhi is connected to all the major cities of India through broad gauge as well as meter gauge railway tracks. Direct trains are available to Delhi from nearly all the major tourist points.

By Road: Delhi is connected to the rest of India through well-maintained, 8/6-laned expressways. Various State transportation corporation buses ply to and from the city. The major service providers are Himachal, Utter Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan Roadways corporations. Besides Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) also ply inter-state buses. Moreover DTC also has a biweekly service to Pakistan. This bus connects Delhi with its sister city Lahore

Itinerary

Duration: 4 Days/3 Nights

Places to visit: Delhi

Day 1: (Delhi Arrival)

On the arrival at the Delhi IGI airport you will reach Delhi and will be accompanied to the hotel that has been booked in advance. After reaching hotel you can go sightseeing tour in Delhi like go for historical places, shopping in Chandi Chowk etc. After enjoying the day you will return back the hotel for the overnight stay and dinner.

Day 2: (Delhi Tour)

Early morning after breakfast you will go for Delhi tour. Toady you can see the Red Fort, India Gate, Jantar Mantar, Jama Masjid, Lotus Temple.

Day 3: (Delhi tour)

Early morning after breakfast you will visit attractions of Delhi Qutub Minar, Ashoka Pillars, and Lotus temple etc. overnight stay in hotel. You are free for shopping today.

Day 4: (Delhi)

After breakfast you will return to your destination.
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