tour of Qutub Minar

A Day In Delhi And Memories Of A Lifetime With Indiator

The capital of India has been there since ages and stood as a mute witness to the transforming times since the pre and post-independence days; it could speak volumes had it been blessed with a voice.

The capital of India has been there since ages and stood as a mute witness to the transforming times since the pre and post-independence days; it could speak volumes had it been blessed with a voice. This city, enwrapped in a glorious history of the late eras, is a hub of the modern people, at present. You can visit this place with just 24 hours in hand. Well, there are many things to do in Delhi, but all you have to do is to book the flight tickets while we plan your entire day of exploration.

The Historic Morning

Book, an early morning flight and upon reaching meet the driver at the exit gate of Delhi Airport. As you hop onto our air-conditioned cab, the chauffeur will take you to the Qutub Minar. The architectural building is a necessary visit when you are in Delhi. Take a tour of Qutub Minar and read the relevant pieces of information available at sight to get a better knowledge about its grandeur. The ruins of the Jain temple, the iron pillar and the Madrasa of Alauddin are some of the attractions of the place.

On A Shopping Spree

This is a beautiful way to start the day as you gradually travel to Connaught place. Expect to find some of the famous retail shops lining the road. A visit to the Ganguly Brothers is a necessity, known for the classic collection of clocks and watches for generations now. However, shopping is not complete if you do not check out the fantastic Kashmiri shawls and suits.

The Grand Luncheon

Not trying out the best of the places to eat while your day tour to Delhi will be a grave mistake. Make your way to the Rajdhani Thali. This is the place, in entire Delhi, that offers a vast variety of food all in one place. Mainly known for Rajasthani and Gujarati delicacies, this restaurant lets you get a taste of the many flavors of India. The portion and the price will satisfy you to the core. The main attraction is the unique sign language that the servers use from the kitchen to call for the various dishes.

An Afternoon Of Exploration

After a hearty meal, hop onto the comfortable cab while heading towards India Gate. Upon reaching the historic structure, built-in memory of the 90,000 soldiers, a chill will run down your spine as you recollect the history of World War I. An eternal flame called Amar Jyoti burns bright 24*7 in the memoir of the soldiers killed in the Indo-Pak war of 1971. Take a stroll around the place to gather some more knowledge in your way.

The next stop will be at the Humayun’s tomb, which is also a historical joint to behold a fantastic merge of the Persian and Mughal architecture. The red sandstone structure is supposed to inspire the design of the Taj Mahal.

As the sun begins to tilt towards the western horizon, now is the best time to set foot in the Laal Quila or the Red Fort. For every traveler out there, this structure holds a different place in his or her hearts. It is absolutely a gem of the lost era; the structure still stands strong, girdled by its golden history. Attend the light and sound show that, as if, brings the entire fort back to life.

The Bustling Evening

When it is completely dark outside, make sure you take a trip to the Dilli Haat. A place buzzing with people of all ages, it is a hub of the Shopaholics. Shop your heart out as you can expect to find a lot of stuff ranging from clothes to shoes to costume jewelry to antique pieces all under one roof. The place is fully decked up in splendid colors and lights.

The Fine-Dine

After a long and eventful day, drive to Parikrama in the heart of the city to binge on some excellent food for dinner. Try the Hyderabad mutton Psulao from that place along with some mutton mushroom and sabz seekh benarasi.

With a happy heart, you will end the day on a satisfying note. This same day Delhi tour will remain as a wonderful memory, etched in your heart for a lifetime.
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