Discover the best things in Delhi
New Delhi is truly awe inspiring in the way it has rich ties to the past. The heritage is seen in the buildings and landmarks that dot the land in Delhi. Tourists often do not know which way to turn when they first land in Delhi. So, one must get organised fast by contacting a tour operator.
One witnesses the great works of the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in Chandni Chowk. This is otherwise known as the Walled City with heritage buildings from that period. When we go on a walking tour in our New Delhi sightseeing trip, we see many things we would not see when we travel in a van or car. There are a few places where you cannot take pictures. Check with your guide for the details.
Choose Tour Packages To See The Best Places
You can choose the package and hire a guide when you land in Delhi for your sightseeing. This will help you move to the points of interest fast. The packages will cover heritage sites, Old Delhi, New Delhi, Walking Tours, or Photoshoots. Depending on your schedule, you can opt for the best one. Here are the best places to see in Delhi.
This war memorial is located in Rajpath. The arched style of construction evokes comparison to many other famous memorials such as the Gateway of India in Mumbai and the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Wreaths are placed at the Amar Jawan Jyoti located here on January 26 and on Infantry Day.
Until 1857, Red Fort served as the residence for Mughal Emperors. This used to be the centre of all political actions during that period. It came into being in 1648 at the behest of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It is a massive structure with huge red walls.
The tallest brick minaret in the world, the Qutb Minar is also the second tallest minar in India. This 73-metre-tall tapering tower was built by the Ghori Dynasty. Red sandstone and marble is used in the construction of this tower.
This is a Baha'i House of Worship located in New Delhi. People of all religions worship here making this a mother temple for all worshippers in India. The structure has a flower-like appearance and stands 70 metres tall. The nine sides of the temple are made of three petals each all covered in marble.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib:
This is one of the 'must-see' places in your New Delhi guided tour. It is a Sikh house of worship and has a lake inside the complex. One can see the golden dome and tall flagpole. It was constructed under the supervision of Bhagel Singh the Sikh General in 1783 A.D.
Get more details from your tour operator
You have many other places to see such as the Akshardham, the Lodhi Gardens, and Humayun's Tomb. These are also replete with history and culture. In addition to the walking tours and bicycle rickshaw outings, one can go on a photoshoot. These take you on walking trails within the city. You can taste some of the finest cuisine on these tours. Get started on your Delhi tour now.