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Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur

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Destinations Covered : Delhi » Mathura » Vrindavan » Haridwar »   » Delhi

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6 nights 7 days divine rajasthan with tajmahal tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Pushkar » Agra » Delhi

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Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Agra » Amritsar » Delhi

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6 Nights / 7 Days Delhi –Jaipur - Taj Mahal & Golden Temple Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Agra » Amritsar » Delhi

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6 Nights/ 07 Days Divine Rajasthan with Taj Mahal Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Pushkar » Agra » Delhi

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Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Amritsar » Delhi

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6 Nights / 7 Days Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Gwalior Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Gwalior » Delhi

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Haridwar tour Packages, Rishikesh tour Packages, Golden Triangle tour, Golden Triangle India.

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Haridwar » Rishikesh » Delhi

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Haridwar Tour Packages, Rishikesh Tour Packages, Golden Triangle Tour, Golden Triangle India

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Vrindavan » Mathura » Vrindavan » Haridwar » Rishikesh » Delhi

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7 nights 8 days golden triangle with shimla tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Shimla » Delhi

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7 nights 8 days golden triangle with kerala backwater houseboat tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Cochin » Alleppey

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Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Pushkar » Jodhpur

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7 nights 8 days golden triangle with orcha and khajuraho tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Agra » Orchha » Khajuraho » Delhi

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8 nights 9 days rajasthan fort and palaces tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Pushkar » Chittorgarh » Udaipur » Ranakpur » Jodhpur » Bikaner » Mandawa » Delhi

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8 nights 9 days golden triangle tour with bird watching tigers safari tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Bharatpur » Ranthambore » Jaipur

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8 nights 9 days golden triangle with khajuraho varanasi tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Agra » Khajuraho » Varanasi

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8 Nights / 9 Days Golden Triangle with Tiger and Birds Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Fatehpur Sikri » Bharatpur » Ranthambore » Jaipur » Delhi

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8 Nights / 9 Days North India wildlife Tour with Taj Mahal

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Sariska » Jaipur » Ranthambore » Bharatpur » Agra » Delhi

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8 Nights/ 9 Days Rajasthan Fort and Palaces Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Pushkar » Chittorgarh » Udaipur » Ranakpur » Jodhpur » Bikaner » Mandawa » Delhi

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8 Nights / 9 Days North India wildlife with Agra –Jaipur Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Sariska » Jaipur » Ranthambore » Bharatpur » Agra » Delhi

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Corbett Tiger Tour, Haridwar Tour Packages, Rishikesh Tour Packages,

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Agra » Rishikesh » Corbett » Delhi

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9 nights 10 days golden triangle with goa beach tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Goa

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9 nights 10 days golden triangle with tiger safari udaipur tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Ranthambore » Jaipur » Udaipur

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9 nights 10 days golden triangle with pushkar jodhpur udaipur tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Pushkar » Jodhpur » Udaipur

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9 nights 10 days golden triangle with mumbai and aurangabad tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Mumbai » Aurangabad » Mumbai

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9 nights 10 days golden triangle with haridwar rishkesh

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Haridwar » Rishikesh » Delhi

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9 Nights / 10 Days Tigers Tour with Golden Triangle & Ganges

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Ranthambore » Jaipur » Varanasi » Delhi

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9 Nights / 10 Days Rajasthan With Taj And Varanasi

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Udaipur » Jodhpur » Pushkar » Jaipur » Agra » Varanasi » Delhi

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9 Nights / 10 Days Exclusive Rajasthan with Haridwar-Rishikesh Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Jodhpur » Udaipur » Dehradun » Haridwar » Rishikesh

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Ranthambore, Ranthambore Tiger Safari, Golden Triangle India, Golden Triangle tour

Destinations Covered : Mumbai » Jaipur » Ranthambore » Agra » Delhi

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10 nights 11 days golden triangle with rajasthan desert trail tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Jodhpur » Jaisalmer » Bikaner » Mandawa

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10 nights 11 days golden triangle with majestic kerala tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Cochin » Munnar » Thekkady » Alleppey

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10 nights 11 days golden triangle with rajasthan cultural tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Jodhpur » Jaisalmer » Udaipur

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10 Nights / 11 Days Golden Triangle With Majestic Kerala Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Cochin » Munnar » Thekkady » Alleppey » Cochin

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10 Nights / 11 Days Buddhist Pilgrimage with Taj Mahal

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Lucknow » Balrampur » Lumbini » Kushinagar » Patna » Bodhgaya » Varanasi

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11 nights 12 days golden triangle with shimla manali tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Shimla - Manali - Chandigarh - Delhi

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11 nights 12 days golden triangle with goa and mumbai tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Goa » Mumbai

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11 Nights / 12 Days Central India Tigers Trail with Taj Mahal Tour

Destinations Covered : Mumbai » Pench » Kanha » Bandhavgarh » Khajuraho » Jhansi » Agra » Delhi

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11 Nights / 12 Days Rajasthan with Agra & Khajuraho Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Udaipur » Chittorgarh » Bundi » Jaipur » Agra » Khajuraho » Delhi

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11 Nights / 12 Days Rajasthan with Taj Mahal, Varanasi & Khajuraho Tour

Destinations Covered : Udaipur » Ranakpur » Jodhpur » Pushkar » Jaipur » Agra » Khajuraho » Varanasi » Delhi

Delhi Tour Pacakge

Delhi: the capital of India is a thousand-year-old city: it has many attractions, it is the second-largest city by population after Mumbai, and receives excellent tourist traffic throughout the year, either from India or from distant lands abroad. Route between Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur is called the Golden Triangle. This tour consists of three of the most beautiful cities in India, and Delhi is one of them. Usually, the trip through the India Golden Triangle begins in New Delhi.
This article explains why visiting Delhi is almost a must and gives information about the capital's many monuments and attractions.

History of Delhi

To visit Delhi, the capital of India, is to enter a solid historical area. Powerful emperors in Indian history ruled it. The city appeared about the 1-2 centuries. The heyday of Delhi fell in the 12th century, during the reign of Qutubudin Aibak. The city was known as Indraprastha, where the Pandavas lived. In ancient times, eight cities were created alongside Indraprastha: Lal Kot, Siri, Dinpanah, Quila Rai Pithora, Ferozabad, Jahanpanah, Tughlakabad, and Shahjahanabad.
Timur's invasion of Delhi in 1398 ended the sultanate; the Lodis, the last sultans of Delhi, gave way to Babur, who, after the Battle of Panipat in 1526, founded the Mughal Empire. Power passed into the hands of Emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century. Delhi became the capital of India by order of Shah Jahan.
From Hindu Kings to Muslim sultans, the reins of the city changed from one ruler to another. The old 'Havelis' and the buildings of the past remain silent, but their silence also speaks volumes about their owners and people who lived here centuries ago. In 1803, the city came under British rule, so after independence in 1947, New Delhi has officially declared the Capital of India.

Why will you love New Delhi?

Delhi is worth visiting because the capital of India is enormous and active, a proper contrast between antiquity and avant-garde. In it, traditions are being reshaped and supplemented by modernity as India progresses. New Delhi excites me. Places like Humayun's Tomb, the Gateway of India, the Lakshmi Narayan and Akshardham temples, and the Gandhi museums are fascinating.
New Delhi combines hectic moments with a relaxing side. It is a city where the future and the past go hand in hand, and there is always something surprising for every type of traveler.

Historical Monuments in Delhi

It is undoubtedly a city of historical monuments. The reason is that it was the center of political activities from the Mughal era to the British. Many kings, Mughals, and Indians, from time to time, established their capital in Delhi, which means that they built many impressive architectural wonders that continue to mystify visitors even today with their sheer beauty. Therefore, it isn't easy to choose the top five historical monuments in Delhi out of many, as each place has its distinct history and legends. Still, the top monuments are selected based on their popularity and connection to Indian history.

1. The Red Fort

One of the magnificent monuments of Delhi, the Red Fort, is the pride of India. Although it was built around 1648, it remains as elegant, strong, and wonderful as ever. Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built it, who established his capital in Delhi while the Fort served as his residence. Even today, the Fort is celebrated with respect, and it is from this Fort, that the Prime Ministers of India address the country on the 15th of August on Independence Day. A sound and light show depicting Mughal history is held every night for tourists. There are also museums in the Fort.

2. Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar is a place that is not only a meaningful structure in Delhi but also in India. Its architecture, unique in its kind, is worth seeing even from afar. Qutub Minar is the tallest tower in Delhi. Although Qutubuddin Aibak started the construction, he could not complete it, and the minaret was later completed by his successors Iltumish and later Firoz Shah Tuglak. Its red sandstone construction is a sight to behold.

3. Humayun's Tomb

If you want to see the best example of Persian architecture, you must visit the Humayun's Tomb. It was the first tomb in India built in a garden style. A surprising fact about the tomb is that it was built nine years after Humayun's death. In addition to Humayun's main tomb, there are also other tombs. The tomb of Humayun's wife Hamida Begum, his great-great-grandson Dara Shikoh and several other Mughals are located here. The tomb located within a Charbagh garden is world-renowned for its beautiful architecture.

4. Rashtrapati Bhavan

It is a place in Delhi that has historical importance not only for the generation of today and yesterday but also for the generations to come. After all, today, it is the official residence of the President of India. And also it is one of the largest mansions in Delhi with 340 rooms and is spread over 320 acres. In addition to the president's residence, it is also home to many offices, staff residences, and more. It was initially built as the residence of the Viceroy of India and was built by the British and was designed by Edwin Lutyens, a renowned architect of the time.

5. India Gate

It is a historical structure that is synonymous with Delhi. Movies and TV shows only have to show a picture of India Gate to tell viewers that their characters are now in Delhi. It was designed by Edwin Lutyens, the renowned British architect who was the brains behind many British buildings, including the Rashtrapati Bhavan. India Gate was built as a memorial to the Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the First World War in the service of the British Army. Today, India Gate is known for Amar Jawan Jyoti, a memorial to the Indian soldiers who died during the Indo-Pak War of 1971. There are green meadows around it, and families visit it for a picnic.
Every monument and historical place in Delhi is worth visiting as they witnessed a rich history that has stories to tell even today. Apart from the sentimental value, the architectural beauty of these buildings is so outstanding.

What are the top fascinations to visit in New Delhi?

Taj Mahal


It has become one of the greatest wonders of the world. Every year, crowds of tourists flock to it to touch the beauty of this majestic building. Once again, they remember the incredible love story of Padishah Shah Jahan and the beautiful Mumtaz Mahal, for whom this palace was built. The Taj Mahal also is included in the seven modern wonders of the world. In 1983, the Taj Mahal named a UNESCO World Heritage Site: "it is one of the universally recognized masterpieces of heritage admired worldwide and the pearl of Muslim art in India.

Historical attractions

After 5,000 years of existence, New Delhi offers a wealth of historical attractions, from the Dehli Red Fort built by the Mongol Emperor Shah Jahan to UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Humayun's Tomb.

Luxury and exclusive services

Modern New Delhi is a luxury destination. Before dining at great restaurants like Le Cirque, you can stay at The Imperial New Delhi, enjoy 24-hour butler service at The Oberoi, or hire private cars to visit the Taj Mahal or Jaipur.

Jama Masjid

Near the Old Delhi area is Jama Masjid, another of the largest mosques in all of India (and different from the one in Agra), around which there are markets, residential areas, and streets traveled by locals. It is a place of worship that can accommodate around 25,000 people. Accessing through one of the three doors, you reach the central courtyard from where you can see the entire mosque. Inside there is a prayer area and a fountain where people wash their feet and faces as part of Muslim practices. It is also possible to see tourists and Indian families enjoying the place.

Fascinating museums

New Delhi has a wide variety of museums. Discover Indian heroes, such as Mahatma Gandhi or Nehru, and get updated with contemporary Indian art at the Kiran Nadar Art Museum.

Delicious gastronomy

New Delhi is one of the world's great food destinations. Don't miss out on delicacies like butter chicken, authentic paratha bread, meaty kebabs, and stuffed biryanis.

Explore the Chandni Chowk and Old Delhi

Among the noisy streets of New Delhi is Chandni Chowk, an area of ??the city with the most prominent and busiest market imaginable above the Old Delhi area.
Enjoy your time in Chandni Chowk as much as you can because the number of people you will find around noon is overwhelming and can become stressful for those who are not prepared. You will see merchants offering everything you can imagine, cows walking the streets, rickshaw and tuc tuc drivers honking, monkeys climbing the traffic lights, and locals walking up and down. It's crazy!

Lotus Temple of Delhi

The Bahai Temple is commonly called the Lotus Temple as it is shaped like a lotus flower. It becomes more beautiful at night when it is lit up dramatically. Made of concrete covered in white marble, the temple belongs to the Bahai Faith, which proclaims the unity of all people and religions. For that reason, all people are welcome there.

Main Bazaar Street

Main Bazar Road is located in the Pajarganj area; it is a single street but another of the best-known markets in the capital and where they will indeed offer you everything; from sleeping bags, sculptures of Buddhas, tourist plans, typical street food, hostels at free prices and even drugs. They find everything!

Relax in the Lodi Gardens

New Delhi's attractions represent a conglomeration of cultures, whose contrasts can be seen in the Lodi Gardens. The British adopted these lush green spaces to combine traditional western scenery with local entertainment. Walkways lined with manicured trees, rose gardens, native plants, and ancient tombs invite you to enjoy.

Tip for those who are going on a Delhi tour

The popularity of India as a tourist destination is growing day by day. Without a doubt, India is the most colorful, spiritually rich, chaotic, and life-affirming country. Only here can everyone find a direction to their liking - be it a yoga tour, conquering the peaks of the Himalayas, endless beaches and monuments of world architecture, a variety of cultures, climate, and food. Read our practical tips before traveling and have an unforgettable vacation with Delhi tourism (India)!

1. Visa to India.

Recently, the Indian authorities introduced a simplified regime for obtaining tourist visas on arrival for citizens of more than 40 countries.

2. Documents

Before traveling, print out your visa confirmation and make several copies of your passport. It is also essential to have a printed copy of the electronic ticket. Entry to too many international airports is only possible with valid travel documents for security reasons.

3. Travel planning

Trying to visit as many places in one visit is a mistake for many tourists. The country's territory is enormous, and the pace of life and attitude to time may not always coincide with your plans. It is much more beneficial to visit one place at a leisurely pace than quickly visit many places. In this way, you will be less stressed; you will have more time to explore and understand places and build relationships with the people you meet.

4. Clothes and shoes

When packing your bags, keep in mind that women in India are advised not to wear tight tops, short skirts, or shorts outside the beaches. You will need loose-fitting cotton clothing. It is easy to pick up reasonably cheap comfortable cotton clothes for any weather (the ideal option is the “shalwar kameez” - a dress, trousers, and a scarf made of cotton).
Take it with you or buy a long scarf made of a lightweight fabric in India. You will need it when visiting many temples and sights and escaping from the scorching sun. It is traditional to take off your shoes in many places in India. It is forbidden to walk in shoes on the territory of all temples and mosques. Depending on the region, you may be asked to take off your shoes in the store and the hotel. Just accept this fact and don't try to argue.

5. Food and drink

Indian cuisine is very diverse and unusual. It can be spicy, sweet, sour, etc. Particular emphasis is placed on vegetarian dishes seasoned with traditional spices, among which one of the first places is occupied by a mixture of curry. Influenced by the Hindu religion, beef is excluded as the cow is considered a sacred animal.
If you do not eat spicy food, you should warn and ask for non-spicy dishes. We wish you a pleasant journey and a lot of impressions!

Where to stay in New Delhi

 Because Delhi is connected with the golden triangle, it combines large luxury hotels with a multitude of guest houses. Some of the best accommodations include the Imperial Hotel, Hyatt Regency Delhi, Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport, an IHG Hotel, Red Fox Hotel Delhi Airport, and the Oberoi. Surrounding the Red Fort are the majestic Haveli Dharampura and the peaceful Bombay Orient Hotel.

How to get it?

By Air


The city is very well connected with all the main cities in the country through domestic flights. But also, a large number of international flights operate at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi.

By Highway

This city is well connected by a network of national roads and highways with the country's main cities. Inter-State Bus Terminal (ISBT) at Kashmir Gate, Sarai Kale-Khan Bus Terminal, and Anand Vihar Bus Terminal are the main bus stops in Delhi.

By Train

The Old Delhi Railway Station, the New Delhi Railway Station, and the Hazrat Nizamuddin Station connect Delhi with its major cities through their tracks.

Rental cars services in Delhi

You have heard that Indian traffic is one of the worst, that some drivers can drive while intoxicated, or nobody respects the basic traffic rules! So, we most recommend that you rent a car with a driver to avoid stressing or worrying every second about not getting hit or not hitting anyone. Once you choose the dates that best suit you, you will realize that you will be able to choose between all types of cars.

Important instructions when you rent your car.

  • If you want to get around and don't have to hire a car or a driver, you can opt for a taxi.
  • Along the way, you may come across animals (monkeys, cows, buffalo, and even elephants) or people who carry out grazing activities crossing; keep them in mind and give them a pass, it may take you an additional time to reach your destination, but you do not have to other.
  • You will find vehicles that will drive against you, and you have no choice but to move and give them a pass.
  • The maximum blood alcohol level allowed in India is 30mg per 100ml.
  • Do not even think about driving by you at night; the Indian roads are poorly lit, not to say that they are 100%. Add the defects of the asphalt itself, such as sinkholes and vehicles that circulate without turning on their lights.
  • You will not only share the road with other motorized vehicles but also with a diverse series of means of transport, such as carts pushed by people or by oxen or rickshaws (it is like a three-wheeled bicycle that can carry two people on the back).
  • Starting at 8 p.m., it can increase the incidence of drunk drivers, so be very careful when driving at these hours. Better leave it in the hands of an expert driver.

Many of the cultural monuments in India are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and attract tourists from all over the world. Delhi tours are a fun way to discover and explore the extraordinary diversity of this beautiful country. They say Delhi must be seen! If you want to see Delhi, start applying for a tourist visa right now. 👉

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