Delhi Tour – Weekend Delhi Trip

Delhi Tour – Weekend Delhi Trip

Full day Delhi tour, you will be picked up from the pre-decided point or hotel and after a while you will begin your journey towards Delhi with our chauffeur driven car. Also our guide will meet your dedicated hotel and drive for full day Delhi sight seen and enjoy Delhi Tour and visit the following places of Old Delhi and New Delhi:

Red Fort

The Red Fort of Delhi is that imperial palace built by Shah Jahan son of Akbar which is used till date on the National Days like Independence Day & Republic Day by Prime Minister of India for addressing the nation and its people. This fort is completely built using red sand stone which makes it to be called as Red Fort. Its Indo-Islamic architecture on entrance gates and hallways reflects the excellent example of perfect dexterity of artisans.

Jama Masjid

Badi Masjid or Jama Masjid is the largest mosque of India which can accommodate around 25000 persons at a time. The two minarets of Jama Masjid are 40 mt high and beautifully made up using red sand stone and white marble stripe. It remains closed on Mondays and Fridays during the prayer time.

Qutub Minar

The Qutub Minar was constructed by Qutubuddin Aibak in the memory of the triumph over a Hindu king. The special thing about this 5 story minaret is that it is the tallest brick (75.1 m) in the world and comes second after the Fateh Burj located in Mohali of Pakistan which at that time was part of India. The verses of Quran are carved beautifully on the outer walls of the minaret making exclusive and only one of its kind.


India Gate

India Gate is the emblem of national pride which was constructed in the memory of the martyrs who lost their lives during First World War. Their names are carved on the pillars of India Gate and these pillars are decorated with European and Persian architecture style. A continuous pious flame will remain ignited known as Amar Jawan Jyoti.

Akshardhaam Temple

The Swaminarayan Temple is that fabulous site located near Jamuna Paar of New Delhi which has been declared as UNESCO Heritage Site because of its grand hall and garden are which are decorated by the work of dexterous artists coming from various parts of India. The temple is dedicated to the Jain Teerthnakar named as Swaminarayan who is believed to be the incarnation of Lord Krishna.

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