Old Delhi: Walking Tour with Akshardham Light & Water Show
- Pickup available
- Skip the line
- Duration: 7 hours
Explore the stunning architectural features and on-site museums of the historic Red Fort in New Delhi. Once the home to Mughal emperors, the site now houses a number of fascinating museums. With your ticket booked in advance, enjoy a hassle-free experience at this amazing landmark. If you wish to have a detailed visit, select one of the options including a tour guide to learn more about the fort’s remarkable history. Avoid the hectic traffic of New Delhi and the hassle of working out public transport, book the option including hotel pickup and drop-off to enjoy your trip in comfort.
Experience the endlessly fascinating Delhi, the capital of India on a guided tour with an expert historian & filmmaker. The city displays the perfect blend of old-world charm and contemporary dynamism. Explore the famous 7 monuments from each era to get a total sweep of the city. Visit the city’s famous monuments from the grand citadel called Red Fort to the finest instance of Persian architecture, the Humayun’s Tomb. Your historian guide will share the stories of the Rajas, Sultans, Mughals, and British Sahibs who ruled Delhi. Next, move on to see the UNESCO world heritage listed wonder Qutub Minar Complex and admire the stunning beauty of the gigantic historical monument. The magnificent red stoned building built more than 800 years ago is a splendid piece of architecture. Next, stop over to explore an ancient water reservoir of the city. Continue to Lodi Garden to see the tomb of t...
Start your exciting tour of Old Delhi with pickup from your hotel. Meet your guide and set off to explore the old part of the city together starting with the Jama Masjid Mosque. Find out about how it is India’s 2nd-largest mosque and was built by the Mughal emperor Shahjahan, in the 17th century. After exploring this gorgeous monument head into the narrow lanes of Old Delhi and learn about the culture and history of the district. Next, stop for a quick snack break of local delicacies including paratha (Indian Flatbread) at one of the oldest eateries in town. After filling your belly, head over to Gurudwara Sikh Temple. Learn a bit about the beauty and selfless devotion of Sikh culture in India as you bask in the spiritual atmosphere of the site. After this, take a rickshaw ride to the spice market of Delhi which is the largest in Asia. Get familiar with the world of spices and herbs and...
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