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Our tour package gives you an experience of Old Delhi with New Delhi. One side you will gate an opportunity to explore the shoulder rubbing crowded narrow alleys of old Delhi with the influence of Mughal architecture in neighborhood of Delhi 6 area. While exploring this site One can imagine why Delhi gained the status of Capital for Mughals. New Delhi will take you in era of colonial architecture designed by Lutyens with the modern architecture of present day of Delhi. In this tour you will see the Fusion of Mughal, Colonial and Present Day modern architecture.
|Validity||Price per person in USD|
|Valid All Time||1 Person||2 People||3 People||4 People||5 or 5+ People|
|Adult (Age: 15 - 99)||USD $ 105||USD $ 75||USD $ 63||USD $ 55||USD $ 45|
|Child (Age: 01 - 14)||USD $ 35||USD $ 20||USD $ 15||USD $ 15||USD $ 15|
Pick up from Hotel/ Airport/ Place of stay
Our chauffeur will pick you at 8 A.M. from Hotel/ Airport/ Place of stay anywhere in NCR, GURUGRAM and Noida. Our guide will meet you at Humayun tomb, Which is also known as Maqbara -e- Humayun. Humayun Tomb which was commissioned in 1569 AD by the Chief Consort Bega Begam of Emperor Humayun.It was designed by Persian architect Mirak Mirza Gyas and his son Sayyed Mohammed. Humayun Tomb is one of the First Garden Tomb in India. After Humayun Tomb proceeds to President House.
President Estate which is known as Rashtrapati Bhavan. It is the former residence of Viceroy of India during British Period. Second Largest President Residence in the world with the floor area of 200,000 sq ft. situated at the top of Raisina Hills.
After Rashtrapati Bhavan proceeds for India Gate. India Gate which is also called All India War Memorial. This is a memorial to 70000 soldiers of British Indian Army who fell between 1914 to 1921 during the First World War in East Africa, Gallipoli, Mesopotamia and elsewhere in the Near & Far East and the Third Anglo-Afghan War. Proceeds for Jama Masjid.
Jama Masjid called as Grand Mosque. This Mosque is one of the largest Mosque in India having an occupancy of 25000 people to perform prayers at a time. It was Built by Shahjahan fifth Emperor of Mughal dynasty. Mosque was completed in 1656 AD. From Jama Masjid you can see a Beautiful view of Red Fort. After Jama Masjid proceeds for Chandni Chowk.
Chandni Chowk which is also known as Moon Light Square. It was designed by the Mughal Princess Jahanara daughter of Shahjahan in 17th Century. Here you will enjoy the rickshaw ride to see the Indian spices and the busiest market of Old Delhi. After the Chandni Chowk proceed for Buffet Lunch.
Bahai House of Worship regardless of any religion or any other qualifications. Open for everyone. It is consisting of 27 free standing marble Petals arranged in the cluster of three which forms nine sides, with nine doors opening into a central Hall which has a occupancy of 2500 people at a time.
Qutub Minar the Tallest brick minaret in India started by Qutub Uddin Aibak of Delhi Sultanate around 1192 AD. Qutub Uddin Aibak's Son in Law Iltutmish completed it in 1369 AD. Also visit the Mosque Quwwat Ul Islam built in 1193 CE was the first mosque to be built in the Indian subcontinent.
After the site of Old & New Delhi ( 08 Hrs) You will be drop off to your Hotel/ Airport/Place of Stay.
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