- Duration : 1 Day
- Places Covered : Qutab Minar - Humayun Tomb - India Gate - Old Delhi - Jama Masjid - Chandni Chowk - Raj Ghat - Red Fort
Recommended Itinerary :
Delhi is the capital of India and is the second most populated city in the nation. It has dependably been a critical social, business, and political center point of the nation. Delhi is a city that has been more than once ravaged and renewed, with remnants of lost domains in practically every area. There's such a great amount to involvement here, it resembles a nation in itself. Consequently the city lies specked with extraordinary Indian monuments, for example, the Red Fort, the Jama Masjid, the Qutub Minar and the India Gate. The noteworthiness of historical places is that it portrays its old history alone. Individuals intrigued naturally toward historical spots to decide and think about its innovativeness.
The Red Fort -
The Red Fort is an enormous red sandstone fort and was built by the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan to secure his capital city of Shahajahanabad. It is known as red fort in light of the fact that there is excessively utilization of red stones in development of red fort. A visit to the Red Fort is important to comprehend the eminent loftiness of Mughal design in India. After this, visit the biggest mosque of India, the Jama Masjid or 'Friday mosque'. Visit the Red Fort in any event once in your life.
Old Delhi -
Visit the Asia's biggest spice market in Old Delhi to buy bona fide Indian spices. It is not just a wholesale market that advantages local people, but at the same time is a typical traveller destination in Old Delhi. The eye catching presentation of everything inspires intrigue and yearnings to purchase all that is being offered. Chandni chowk rickshaw ride will make you familiar with genuine underlying foundations of the place and give you a genuine taste of the city.
Qutub Minar and India Gate -
The Qutub Minar is a towering 73 meter high tower. The tower was built to celebrate Muslim strength in Delhi by Qutub din Aibek and finished by his successor Iltutmish. Created with wonderful red sandstone, this tower is well known for the engravings of Holy Quran verses. The complex however radiant specialty of carvings on the dividers has picked up its names on the rundown of Delhi landmarks. India Gate is the most popular historic point of Delhi and in addition India, situated astride the Rajpath. Planned by Edwin Lutyens, it was devoted to Indian soldiers of British Army who passed away in World War I. It is one of the tallest gates in India.
We, at Abish travels, give our guests a more profound, fuller comprehension of Delhi during our day tours. When we plan a tour, we intend to consolidate Delhi's must-see sights with concealed gems that astonishment even long lasting Delhiites. We will probably enable you to get nearer, see better, and experience more.
ü Car used for all sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary (AC Car).
ü Professional English Speaking Tour Guide for sightseeing.
ü All currently applicable tax.
Ø Entry Fee for the Monuments.
Ø Tips to Driver or Tour Guide as per your discretion.
Ø Personal expenses which would cover : Lunch, Dinner, Laundry, Phone calls, Medical bills, camera fee and all your own agendas and requirements.