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Same Day Delhi Tour by Car


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11 Hours
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Overview

Indians call Delhi “Dilwalon Ki Dilli” and the “Heart of India.” The town is a fantastic blend of both old and new features. You can see modern buildings everywhere in the city, but you can also find antique historical structures with their majestic antiquity. This is Delhi’s beauty, and if you want to discover more about India, you should go there. We’ll explore a same-day Delhi tour by car in this article. Plan a trip to one of the world’s most picturesque and historically significant cities. Everything you require can be found right here. Joining This One-Day Delhi Sightseeing Tour, Will allow You to See Everything. We will offer air-conditioned automobiles to help you navigate Delhi’s oppressive heat. It Covers A Wide Range Of City Locations.

A lengthy day with numerous stops is anticipated. Thus, The day is split into the morning and the afternoon. The journey will begin at about 9:00 a.m. with your tour guide by your side. The following eight hours of the trip are scheduled. So Book Same Day Delhi Tour by Car with Us.


What's Included & Excluded

Inclusions
  • Pick and Drop off Assistance.
  • Round trip Air Conditioned Car Service.
  • Entrance Tickets of all Monuments
  • Rikshaw Ride in Old Delhi.
  • Camera Fees in Old Delhi..
  • Live Tour Guide Service.
  • Mineral Water Bottles
  • Buffet Lunch at Restaurant.
  • All taxes.
Exclusions
  • Any kind of drinks served with lunch.
  • Tips / Gratuities to guide and driver.
  • Any kind of personal expenses.

Itinerary

The history of the Qutab Minar is obscure. Some claim that it was constructed as a triumph tower to symbolise the establishment of Muslim rule in India. Others assert that muezzins used it as a minaret to call the faithful to prayer. The tower is undeniably one of the finest and most stunning structures on the planet, not just in India.

The Red Fort, one of the most magnificent palaces in the entire world, earned its name from the red stone that was used in its construction. The history of India is also entwined with this fort. The last Mughal ruler, Bhadur Shah Zafar, was overthrown by the British in this location, ending the three-century Mughal rule. The very first party leader was also chosen from its ranks. Pandit Jawharlal Nehru, the Prime Minister of India, declared to the populace that the nation was free of colonial rule.

Bega Begum, Humayun's first queen, ordered the construction of this magnificent monument in 1558. You will undoubtedly be drawn in by the magnificently constructed monument situated amidst the lush vegetation.

The Jantar Mantar appears to be a showcase for contemporary art at first glance. It is, nonetheless, an observatory. The shortcomings of brass and metal astronomy tools dissatisfied Sawai Jia Singh II of Jaipur (1699–1743), an adept astronomer and Mughal court ruler.

The largest mosque in Delhi is called Jama Masjid. Shah Jahan had it ordered in 1650. One of the finest mosques in the world as well as one of the oldest in India, because of the combination of marble and limestone, makes a fantastic icon for onlookers.

Three kilometres from Rashtrapati Bhawan, there is a large monument called India Gate that honours all Indian soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War. On the Rajpath, there is a monument that is 42 metres high. British architect Edwin Lutyens created the Memorial in 1931. The Amar Jawan Jyoti, a fire that has been burning since 1971 to remember the Indian heroes of the India-Pakistan Conflict in 1971, is visible here and can be seen in photos.

Rajghat is home to the gravestones of former Indian Prime Ministers. Rajghat, Shakti Sthal, and Veer Bhumi are the memorials for Mr. Rajiv Gandhi, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, and Mahatma Gandhi, respectively. The entire building is serene and lush with vegetation. When you see a beautiful green area amidst Delhi City's bustle and activity, you won't believe what you're seeing. Rajghat is home to the gravestones of former Indian Prime Ministers. Rajghat, Shakti Sthal, and Veer Bhumi are the memorials for Mr. Rajiv Gandhi, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, and Mahatma Gandhi, respectively. The entire building is serene and lush with vegetation. When you see a beautiful green area amidst Delhi City's bustle and activity, you won't believe what you're seeing. After the Delhi Sightseeing Tour is over, our taxi driver will drop you off at your hotel that evening. We wish that your experience with our company's Delhi One Day Tour will be pleasant.

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