Same Day Delhi Tour

$15 / Per Person

  • Duration

    1 Day
  • Min Age

    12 +
  • Tour Type

    Adventure, Fun
  • Location

    Delhi
  • Posted 2 days ago

  • 4.9/5 based on 231 reviews


Include/Exclude

  • Private A/c car for sightseeing tour.

  • English speaking driver.

  • Govt. Approved Tour Guide.

  • All toll tax, parking, interstate tax, fuel charges.

  • Tipping if any.

  • Meals.

  • Monuments entrance tickets.

1 Day Delhi Tour Itinerary

Delhi Tour One Day

After the healthy breakfast our driver will pick you from your respective hotel in Delhi. Later you will be introduced with our expert tour guide who is fluent in English. Later start your sightseeing of Delhi with the visit of the Jama Mosque which was built by emperor Shahjahan. Afterwards visit the Red Fort and enjoy the rickshaw ride near Chandni Chowk. After assimilating the essence of Mughal architecture you enjoy the famous Gothic and European architecture in the buildings such as the India Gate, the President’s House which was previously known as the Viceroy’s Palace. After lunch you proceed to visit the Humayun's Tomb and the great tower the Qutab Minar. This lofty minaret is 75 meters tall. In the evening you can explore yourself in the markets afterwards our driver will drop you to your hotel in Delhi.

Things to know about Delhi tour
  • Places to visit in one day Delhi tour- Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Raj Ghat, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Humayun Tomb, Qutub Minar and Lotus Temple and some shopping places.
  • Few of the monuments remain closed on Monday like –Lotus temple, Akshardham Temple, Birla Temple and Red fort.
  • All monuments open at the time of sunrise and can be visited up to the Sunset. At the Akshardham temple the last entry will be at 18:30 hrs.
  • High season: September to April.
  • The old 5 gates out of 14 original gates in the encircling wall of Delhi city are still intact.
  • The khari Baoli market of Delhi is the largest spice market of Asia.
  • The major transport system of Delhi rely on metro train and on C.N.G. fuel.
  • The history of Delhi city can be traced back to the age of Mahabharata period, but officially it was inhabited since 06th century A.D.
  • All standard restaurants offer a variety of cuisines including Continental, Chinese, Indian and typical local fare of the region.

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