Start point & End point : From your Hotel in Delhi City
Sightseeing Timings : 8-hours (9 AM - 5 PM)
Delhi's Heritage as we all know is very well preserved over the centuries. This heritage Tour basically comprises of all well preserved monuments of Delhi which will be covered in just one day. Book this Heritage Tour to cover all of these Architectural Marvels in a well-maintained Air Conditioned Car with an experienced driver.
An English speaking guide will also accompany you on the tour that provides a personalised experience and tell you interesting stories about the places. You will visit Diwan-i-Aam, Diwan-i-Khas, Jama Masjid (Mosque), Raj Ghat, Purana Qila, Humayun’s Tomb, Lodhi Garden, Qutub Minar, Mehrauli Archaeological Park, Dilli Haat, India Gate and many other places with this heritage tour in Delhi.
In this heritage tour.Vehicle Options:
- A comfortable Sedan for up to 4 adults, options available are Dzire, Xcent and Etios.
- A MUV for upto 6 Adults, options available are Innova, Xylo and Scorpio.
Attractions covered in this tour:
Historic fort which served as the main residence of the Mughal Emperors. The prime minister hoists the tricolour flag here every Independence Day.
Jama Masjid (Mosque)
One of the largest mosques in India built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1656.
Located on the banks of the river Yamuna, a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi
The site has been continuously inhabited for 2,500 years and remains dating from the Pre-Mauryan period have been found
Constructed for the Mughal emperor in the mid-16th century by Haji Begum, Humayun's Persian-born wife, the tomb marries Persian and Mughal elements
It houses the mausoleums of two Delhi Sultanate rulers, namely Mohammed Shah and Sikander Lodhi, along with other structures.
A soaring, 73 m-high tower of victory, built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak immediately after the defeat of Delhi's last Hindu kingdom.
an open air food plaza for foodie lovers. offers several mouthwatering dishes. Adding a soothing touch to your Heritage Tour.
Built as an ode to the fallen Indian soldiers of World War I