Delhi : Across Historic Landscapes


Delhi, the capital city of India, is a bustling metropolis that seamlessly blends historical landmarks, cultural diversity, and modern development. It's a city of contrasts, where ancient architecture coexists with contemporary infrastructure.
Red Fort: A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Red Fort is a symbol of India's sovereignty and houses palaces, museums, and lush gardens.
India Gate: A war memorial honoring Indian soldiers who died in World War I, it stands as an iconic landmark in the heart of the city.


25,199/- per person

For group it will be negotiable


6 Days / 6 Nights

3 Star Holtels

  • History
  • Forts
  • Honeymoon
  • Night life









Day 1: Arrival in Dynamic Delhi

1.Arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to your hotel.
2.Spend the afternoon exploring India Gate, a war memorial, and take a leisurely stroll around Connaught Place.
3.Enjoy your first taste of authentic North Indian cuisine at a local restaurant

Day 2: Unveiling the Historical Marvels

1.Begin your day with a visit to the iconic Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
2.Explore Jama Masjid, one of India's largest mosques, and soak in its architectural grandeur.
3.Walk through Chandni Chowk, one of Delhi's oldest and busiest markets, for a bustling cultural experience.
4.Discover the serene beauty of Raj Ghat, the memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi.

Day 3: Cultural and Artistic Exploration

1.Visit the Akshardham Temple, a modern marvel known for its intricate architecture and spiritual ambiance.
2.Explore the National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum to witness a diverse collection of traditional crafts.
3.Engage in an interactive cultural workshop showcasing dance, music, and traditional arts.
4.Attend a live performance of Indian classical music or dance in the evening.

Day 4: Imperial Elegance and Modern Marvels

1.Explore the regal Humayun's Tomb, a UNESCO site and precursor to the Taj Mahal's design.
2.Drive past Rashtrapati Bhavan (Presidential Residence) and India's Parliament House.
3.Visit Qutub Minar Complex, home to the world's tallest brick minaret and other historic structures.
4.Spend your evening at a modern entertainment complex, enjoying shopping, dining, and perhaps a movie.

Day 5: Spiritual and Educational Pursuits

1.Visit Lotus Temple, a Bahá'í House of Worship known for its lotus flower-inspired design and serene atmosphere.
2.Explore the National Museum, featuring an extensive collection of artifacts spanning India's history and cultures.
3.Discover the educational wonders at the National Science Centre or the National Rail Museum.
4.Enjoy a tranquil boat ride at Purana Qila (Old Fort) overlooking a serene lake.

Day 6: Gardens, Galleries, and Farewell

1.Begin your day with a visit to the serene Lodhi Gardens, known for its historical monuments and lush greenery.
2.Explore the contemporary art scene at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art or the National Gallery of Modern Art.
3.Spend your afternoon at Connaught place, a bustling market offering a variety of clothes and cuisines.
4.Wrap up your Delhi journey with a farewell dinner, reminiscing about the vibrant experiences you've had.

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