Same Day Taj Mahal Tour by Car

Delhi Full Day Tour

Are you visiting India? Well, the capital city stands tall among other tourist locations in the country. Delhi, the second largest city of India in population, offers you rich history, collections of heritage sites that reflects its pasts, brilliant architectural structures, both antic and modern buildings, delicious variety of food, vivid market places etc. It is certainly one of the most popular and loved tourist destinations of India. We are sure that you will definitely have a lot to remember and cherish forever!

Details of Delhi Full Day Tour

Our representative will meet you upon your arrival at the Airport/Railway Station or Hotel and guide you through the rest of the day. Be comfortable as our team take your responsibility and show you around the city.

During the day, you will explore country’s largest Jama Masjid, the vibrant market of the city Chandini Chowk, and pass through the Red Fort, the historic Fort that served as the main residence of the Mughal Emperors, Raj Ghat the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, Bangla Sahib a prominent Sikh house of worship, the famous Lotus Temple, the tall standing Qutub Minar, The Presidents house and India Gate.

Jama Masjid: Jama Masjid is the largest in the country and the primary mosque of the city, the place where the Muslims gather for their communal prayer. Built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan of red stone and marble, it stands tall and dominating at the center of City.

Chandini Chowk: One of the oldest and busiest markets in Delhi, is also known as the Moonlight Square also built by Shahjahan. It got its name from the pool that was situated in the center of the place that reflected the moon in the night. It is also known as the shopper’s paradise in a true sense. The kind of variety you get here is unmatchable and mostly reasonable price. You will find wide variety of items in the shops including clothes, jewelry, candles, perfumes, lifestyle items, etc.

Red Fort: When Mughal Emperor Shahjahan decided to shift his residence from Agra to Delhi, he commissioned this Red Fort. The same architect who designed the TajMahal originally portrayed it and built in red and white stones. The first prime minister of India raised the Indian Flag for the first time at the Lahori Gate of the Fort. It is continued on every Independence Day till today.

Lunch: Delhi is famous for its varieties of delicious foods. You can enjoy them as per your choice. Our team will help you find a brilliant restaurant or else you can choose to try some street food or other restaurants nearby.

Raj-Ghat: It is a memorial dedicated to the Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. A black marble platform built at the cremation spot of Gandhiji on the banks of river Yamuna.

Bangla Sahib: A prominent House of Worship, Gurudwara, in the capital city. Formerly was a Bangla belonging to Raja Jai Singh and was locally known as ‘Jaisinghpura Palace’. Later it was converted in to a gurudwara as a tribute to the 8th Sikh Guru; Guru Harkishan Sahib. Located very close to the Connaught place, the golden domed gurudwara consists of main Gurudwara, the Yatri Niwas, the Sarovar, and a school, hospital and an art gallery. Surely a great place to visit in Delhi.

Lotus Temple: A marvelous architectural structure in a lotus shape is actually a ‘House of Prayer’. It is now prominent attraction for visitors all around the world because of its unique shape or style.

Qutub Minar: The tallest brick minaret and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has five stories built in different times and each represents different historical events. Made of Marble and Redstone, this tower is a fine example of rich architecture and craftmanship.

Rashtrapati Bhavan (The President House): Rashtrapati Bhavan, home to the president of India, the world’s largest democracy. It situates in the western end of Rajpath, reveals the country’s strength, traditions and secularism.

India Gate: India Gate is a war memorial situated on the eastern side of the Rajpath. It reminds of the British India soldiers who died in wars. A structure on black marble plinth with a reversed rifle, capped by a war helmet and bounded by four eternal flames, built beneath the archway later on called Amar Jawan Jyoti. On every republic day the Prime Minister pay tribute the soldiers at this spot.

That wind up the tour of Delhi and our driver will safely drive you back to your hotel or airport or your desired location in Delhi. We are sure that you will be carrying many unforgettable and thrilling moments.

Note: This tour is customizable. In case you want to do so, inform or discuss and plan with us prior to your booking.

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