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India’s capital city effortlessly encapsulates two different worlds. Old Delhi boasts bustling markets, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the country’s largest mosque. While New Delhi is home to elegant avenues, traditional buildings and some of the city’s best galleries and museums.
You’ll be overwhelmed by the variety of things to do in Delhi - immerse yourself in the vibrancy of this enchanting destination. The gateway to the magnificent Golden Triangle – book a private day trip to Agra which includes the wonderful Taj Mahal or save money with super saver hop-on hop-off and skip the line tickets.
Learn about the philosophies and see the books and letters of Mahatma Ghandi at the National Ghandi Museum. Relax in the spectacular Lodhi Gardens and admire ancient sculptures at the National Museum. Visit historic monuments like 12th century Qutb Minar and the UNESCO World Heritage recognised, Red Fort.
From flavoursome street food to 5 star dining in lavish hotels - Delhi dining options will cater to any budget. Tantalise your taste buds as you dine on late night snacks around Connaught Place. Enjoy ‘no frills’ dining in Old Delhi. Or European and Pan-Asian cuisine around suburban Chanakyapuri.
Delhi certainly isn’t renowned for its lively drinking culture, but you won’t be disappointed by the nocturnal activities. See the Red Fort in a different way at the sound and light show. Or enjoy dance, music and theatrical shows at Habitat World. Head to the bars around Connaught Place – which are more like English pubs or party until the early hours at an elegant hotel nightclub.
Step back in time and discover the glory of the Mughal Empire of India on this day trip to Agra. See ancient architecture significant to India's history such as Akbar's Tomb, a mausoleum complex for Akbar the Great, and the Agra Fort, a 16th-century Mughal monument. Of course, a visit to this country is not complete without a tour of the Taj Mahal, one of the most recognised symbols of India. Your private guide will ensure that you get an in-depth experience of these emblematic structures.
Follow in the footsteps of Indian legend, Mahatma Gandhi and learn about his message of non-violence and truth. Visit all the historical sites associated with the 'Father of the Nation' and hear stories of his courageous life. Assassinated in 1948, Gandhi left an enduring philosophical legacy that still resonates with millions of people worldwide. Traveling in a small group through Delhi, this is the ideal opportunity to learn more about the life and time of Indian legend Mahatma Gandhi.
Relive the history of Delhi and the Mughal Empire during this spectacular sound and light show at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Red Fort. Watch the recreation of 300 years of India's history as the Red Fort, a magnificent symbol of Mughal power, is illuminated with special light effects and animated with accompanying music and narration. Dine on a magnificent spread of traditional Indian cuisine at a popular restaurant to end your All Inclusive tour and unforgettable night in Delhi.
Visit the 12th century Qutab Minar, drive past India Gate, the Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Parliament House on this private tour in a medium car. Also visit the imposing modern Lakshmi Narayan temple. In Old Delhi see the Raj Ghat, the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India.
Explore Delhi at your own pace aboard an air-conditioned bus on a super save hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. There are two routes to choose from - select the red route to hop on and off at 14 stops as many times as you like in one day, or choose the purple route for a two-day pass with 20 stops. Get to know Delhi - India's largest city and its second most populous - where ancient monuments mix with a modern metropolis.