Delhi Full Day City Tour by Car

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Overview

Often the vacationers have doubt in their minds what to see in Delhi one day? Delhi has ample of opportunities for the local sightseeing. This is 1 day Delhi sightseeing itinerary. In this package you will explore the most beautiful sights of the national capital Delhi. Delhi is the busiest city of the world where always you required a professional approach to enjoy the colors of this vibrant city.

Travel Places

Location : Delhi
Trip : 01 Day
Min Age : 05
Max Age : 99
Max people : 10+ Members
Landing : Delhi
Check in : Any Day
Check Out : Any Day
Identity Proof : Any Government Id
Visa : Required
Tour Program
  • Day 01:

    Delhi

    For your Delhi sightseeing tour by car our chauffer will receive you from your respective hotel. Your tour will commence with the visit of Laxmi Narayan Temple which is one of most famous sightseeing spots in Delhi. This is also famous by the name of Birla Mandir. This large Hindu temple was built in1938 by the famous businessman family of India Birla’s. The next visit will be Qutub Minar which is a world Heritage site and top on Delhi sightseeing list. This lofty tower has impressive architecture and was built in 12th century by Qutubuddin Aibak. Then move to visit the famous Sikh temple of Delhi called Bangla Sahib where you will also enjoy the large community kitchen service known as Langer. Afterwards move to visit Bahai Temple. This temple is also famous by the name of “Lotus Temple". Enjoy your lunch in some famous local restaurant situated at Pandara road Delhi. After lunch drive past to the India Gate and the Parliament Street. In the afternoon visit the Raj Ghat the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi ji and Humayun’s Tomb which is built by Haji Begum the widow queen of Humayun. Evening is free to explore in to the local markets which is a paradise for shoppers. After completing the tour we will drop you to your hotel back in Delhi

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