Duration: Full Day (8-10 Hours)

Places to Visit: Rashtrapati Bhavan, India gate, Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple, Red fort, Humayun Tomb, Qutub Minar etc

Delhi is the vibrant and pulsating cosmopolitan capital of India. Delhi is an amazing blend of old and new with its grandiose historical structures of the past and modern infrastructure drawing the attention of international as well as domestic tourists. No other city is so historically and culturally rich as Delhi which is famous for its historic monuments, cultural landmarks, shopping streets, food lanes, buzzing crowds. You can undertake a cultural tour of Delhi and at the same time enjoy its vivacious and animated life in the high end hotels and pubs.

tour ITinerary

09:30 AM
After early breakfast,You can start your day by exploring the landmark sites of the Rajpath. Visit citadel of Lutyens’ Delhi, the RashtrapatiBhavan.
India gate. You can stop at the Cathedral Church of the Redemption, situated in the Church Lane close to RashtrapatiBhavan.

11:00 AM
Proceed to visit Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, which is a brilliant example of modern architecture in India. Spread over acres of land the grandeur of this
temple with its distinct style and ambience is excellent. There are many exhibits and spectacular shows, which offer a panoramic view of the ancient Indian folklore
and traditions.

01:00 PM
Proceed for Lunch in a reputed restaurant that serves multi-cuisine restaurant. After enjoying your lunch proceed your sightseeing and visit Lotus Temple and
Qutub Minar.

02:00 PM
At two visit two brilliant pieces of architecture Lotus Temple which is named like this owing to its flowerlike exterior that unfurls like a lotus flower.
Your guide will tell you all about the historical facts about this temple. After this move towards the world Heritage site Qutub Minar, that boasts the tallest
minaret standing at 238 feet or 73 meters. People from all over the world admire both the attractions and find it a must visit destinations.

04:30 PM
Proceed to visit Red fort Fondly known as ‘LalQuila’ , this historic fort with its majestic red stone structure is one of the most famous tourist destinations.
Many light and sound prgrammesare held in the sprawling lawns, which add to its beauty. Main function of Independence Day is now held in Red Fort ground every year.
The monument was designed fit for kings and queens and was the seat of the last Mughal Emperor. There is a Hamam i.e. the bathhouse, magnificent Royal Chambers and a
court with the majestic throne and lot of marble work. Now you can see the famous Jama Masjid from its balconies and windows. It takes nearly two hours to see this

06:30 PM
Visit HumayunTomb located right opposite the famous Dargah Nizamuddin. Hamayuan’sTomb . This ornate mausoleum of the Mughal Emperor Humanyun is one of the oldest
tombs and was designed by one of the eminent Persian architect Mirak Mirza Ghiyath.

07:30 PM
You can visit the high-end Select city mall in saket and do some interesting shopping. All outlets of famous brands are here .The restaurants in food court
offers many interesting options

Every year millions of tourists visit Delhi. They are awed by the majestic glory and architecture of Mughal monuments and flamboyant contemporary lifestyle.