Delhi Sightseeing Tour
Delhi is a city of magical inter-weaving of its glorious past and modern aspirations. Both exist seamlessly side by side. They merge into each other impercievably. It is a preferred tourist destination as it is home to large number of historical monuments and various other attractions. As the monuments and various other monuments are located close to each other, it is possible to organize Delhi Sight-seeing Tour on the same day. It is a city which has seen the rise and fall of so many dynasties. The whole drama of independence struggle was also played out here in Delhi. The monuments and modern buildings add a unique charm to the city. Divino Indian Memoirz has designed the Delhi sight-seeing tour in such a way that aficionados of Mughal and colonial architecture get to see the colonial as well as the Mughal heritage along with all other attractions of the city.
Early morning Divino Indian Memoirz representative will pick up you from the airport, and then he will take you to a roadside restaurant for breakfast. If you are checked in a hotel, then he will receive you from the hotel after your breakfast.
After breakfast, you will embark on a Delhi sightseeing tour that includes visits to the monuments, temples, museums and shopping markets. Firstly, you will visit the monument sites of New Delhi. You would visit the Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Birla Mandir, National Museum, etc. Humayun’s Tomb is the first instance of a tomb built in a garden. It is a fusion of Mughal and Persian architecture. Qutub Minar is a stellar milestone monument of Delhi It was started by the Qutub-ud-din Aibak, the founder of slave dynasty and later completed by his successor. It is the tallest minaret in India.
After lunch, you would get to see the colonial architecture of Delhi. Sight-seeing tour of Delhi will take you to all the fascinating places of Delhi. You will drive to the India Gate, the largest war memorial of India where the names of martyrs of the First World War and Afghan war are emblazoned on its walls. The Rashtrapati Bhawan and the Parliament House are the architectural milestones of the capital. Thereafter, you will be driven to the old Delhi where the tradition still runs strong and you can feel it in the streets and road-side stalls. Afterwards, you go to Raj Ghat to pay homage to the Father of the Nation. Proceed to Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in Delhi. After relishing its beautiful architecture, you will visit Red Fort, the largest sandstone architectural building. Explore its inner palaces and its sandstone walls. Last but not the least; you will visit the exotic Chandani Chowk market. For the Foodies, it is great place to taste street food, especially around Jama Masjid. Savor the parantha at the Parantha Wala Gali of Chandi Chowk.