Duration : One Day
Destination : New Delhi
Overview : Begin your Same Day Delhi Tour By Car with tea/coffee along with yum breakfast dishes in Delhi. Further, proceed to Delhi sightseeing.
Old Delhi Sightseeing – Stroll through the Jama Masjid, the biggest mosque of India and also enjoy the bicycle rickshaw ride at Chandni Chowk market. After experiencing these, do a visit of Red Fort, the gargantuan fort that belongs to the Mughal era. The huge complex has plenty of small complexes that defines the power and strength of the Mughal era.
After completing this, pay a visit to Raj Ghat- the Crimination place of Mahatma Gandhi.
Also enjoy the drive past views of India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Parliament House and many other Administrative offices. Moreover, there are more other places such as Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar etc. The experiences of all such places altogether will be a memorable experience.
Delhi city prides itself as one of the popular Indian cities and has remained as the capital for the long year's period. Earlier the foreign rulers who came from different part of the country declared Delhi as their capital.
The city also witnessed the Golden era during the rulings of the Mughals and then the British. The city of Delhi was the centre of power during these rulings and today, it has been completely transformed into a major metropolis that is a centre of attraction for people from all around the world.
To explore Delhi fully is close to impossible and hence we have selected the most popular yet iconic destinations and things in Delhi which you must do while you are in India's capital. Some of the most popular tourist destinations in New Delhi city are – Jama Masjid, India Gate. Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, Red Fort etc.
In addition to this, the city has happening markets to try shopping, delicious food to try and lot of fun activities to do with your friends. Grab most of the experiences in Delhi city at your Same Day Delhi Tour with Emperor Holidays
Experience India's capital city – New Delhi. It served as the seat of power for many rulers and many empires for long years. Now, it works as the root of political activities and is known as the political centre of the country.
Experience the iconic locations and learn about the monuments, history behind them. In Delhi, discover the ancient monuments, museums, architectural wonders and great food along with busy markets, which spreads the beauty around.
Your visit to Delhi on the Same Day Delhi Tour will start by picking you up from the hotel, and then you will be seen in a chauffeur-driven car from Delhi to a well-known destination. See the highlights below for some of the following places:
Qutub Minar is surrounded by many historical monuments, it marks the beginning of Muslim rule in India the destination is very popular and is included in Indian UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Qutb-Ud-Din Aibak started building this monument in 1199 AD. Completed in approximately 1220 and by his successor Muhammad-bin-Sam The ruler Eltutmush also added three more floors along with Firoz Shah Tughlaq and others.
The most spectacular monument of Red Fort was built by Mughal Shah Jahan in 1638. Diwan-i-Khas, which worked as receptions in the complex. Rang Mahal was the area of water cooler apartments of royal women. It is a 33-meter high red sandstone building called Lal Qila, which exhibits the magnificent power and glory of the Mughal Empire.
Humayun's Tomb is a spectacular Mughal design monument designed by Persian architect Mirak Mirza Gyas. Moreover, it was commissioned by Bega Begum, Humayun's wife.
It is situated in the eastern part of Delhi, it is the best monument to preserve beauty so far. It was the first tomb of Mughal architecture that you felt strange at first glance. It is a 7-meter tall mausoleum that is constructed with red sandstone and mausoleum yellow and black marble.
At lunchtime you can enjoy the best Indian street food or you will be taken to a deluxe restaurant, where you can enjoy the multi-cuisine tasty foods. After a small break you can continue your one day Delhi Tour.
3:00 PM After Break tour will be continue:
Jantar Mantar is actually an example of modern art, which gives accurate observation. This observatory is magnificent and is a result of the magnificent efforts of Sawai Jiya Singh II, 1699-1743 of Jaipur, which made possible for the construction of Jantar Mantar.
Jantar Mantar consists of five observatories built with large masonry instruments made up of 13 large astronomical devices.
Jama Masjid is among the finest example of Mughal architecture. It is the largest mosque in India with 408 square feet main patio, which is made of red stone. The construction of this mosque on the orders given by Shah Jahan started in the year 1650.
In order to give this famous architectural mosque, more than 5,000 workers have worked for it for six consecutive years. Every Friday, the emperors used to visit the mosque in Jama Masjid to pay the Congress prayers.
The India Gate is made up of 42 meter wide torpedoes, which symbolizes pride similar to Victory. It was built as a monument to commemorate 70,000 Indian soldiers killed in World War II.
This monument was constructed under the supervision of the Duke of Canuth. This Rajpath Street is located on the road, which connects with the famous Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi. Under the gate, the flame is ignited, which is known as "Amar Jawan Jyoti" for all the soldiers who sacrificed their lives while fighting for the pride of their country.
Raj Ghat is the memorial of Father of the Nation "Mahatma Gandhi", which is well-known for the mortal remains of Gandhiji on Raj Ghat. It has a black marble platform which marks the site of Mahatma Gandhi's funeral, you can see 'Hey Ram' at the last end, and eternal light is burning at one end.
Also, there are different types of trees and beautiful fountains all around to make your evenings joyful.