Delhi, being the capital of India and also one of the major cities, is rich and full of monuments and historical places for tourists to visit. Most of these places that we list for you are considered to be the best places to visit in Delhi. Tourism has flourished in Delhi over the years as have local tours in surrounding areas such as Noida, Gurgaon and Agra. Delhi is a mix of traditional cultures and heritage and contemporary in terms of shopping, sightseeing and local and national dining options. Surrounding areas like Gurgaon and Noida are also easily connected by metro, so tourism in these places has also improved for the modern generation. We can list the best tour packages in Delhi, of which there are many, especially if you are a history buff or interested in the art, culture and architecture of the places you visit. Different Delhi tour packages are also available if you want to be organized in your trip or if you are traveling with a large group.

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The most popular is the Golden Triangle tour package which includes places like Agra, Jaipur, Udaipur and Delhi and these packages can also be customized according to your interest and according to the budget. The best time to visit Delhi is in October for trekking as the weather is very pleasant during this time. But it can also be quite cold, with temperatures dropping sharply at dawn and dusk in December. So if you are planning to visit Delhi in winter, make sure you have plenty of thermals and woolen clothes. Flowers are also in full bloom at this time, making your garden and nature visits very pleasant. Delhi is easily accessible from all parts of the capital city of India, so there is no doubt about how to reach Delhi.
Let’s take a look at some of the best tourist destinations included in the best Delhi tour packages, and also some interesting ones. information about Delhi tourism.
Bahai (Lotus) Temple
The nBahai Temple takes its name from the shape of the building, which resembles a lotus flower. This temple in Delhi is the last of the seven lotus temples built around the world in 1986. The reason for choosing the lotus shape is that the lotus is a common symbol in several religions, including Islam and Hinduism. , Jainism and Buddhism. Therefore, followers of any religion or faith are very welcome to visit this temple. The pools of water along the lotus petals surrounding the temple are illuminated in the evening, providing a spectacular view.
Red Fort
The Red Fort, also known as Lal Qila, was built by the Mughals in 1638 and remains a symbol. of the Mughal era in India. This monument shows the Mughal architectural grandeur with its massive walls up to 33 meters high and is also one of the hallmarks of this fort. Visitors are also treated to a sound and light show every night, presenting the fort’s history in focus and sound.
Humayun’s Tomb
Humayun’s Tomb is one of India’s most famous historical monuments, built in 1570 by his wife of Humayun, almost nine years after Death of Humayun.about death . The architecture of this tomb is mainly inspired by Persian architecture and it is such a beautiful structure that the world famous Taj Mahal monument is also inspired by this monument.
Qutub Minar
Built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak in 1199 to celebrate his kingdom Qutub Minar is one of the other famous monuments of Delhi.
Gate of India
Gate of India is 42 meters high in the heart of the city. The structure of the Gate of India is very similar to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. This monument was built to honor the 70,000 Indian soldiers who achieved martyrdom fighting for the British Army during the First World War. In the evening, this monument is beautifully lit up with fountains that have beautiful colored lights that change frequently. The lush gardens and lawns surrounding India Gate are a perfect picnic spot for locals and tourists alike.
Lodhi Gardens
If you have experienced the hustle and bustle of Delhi and crave some peace and quiet, this is one of the best places. to visit to visit in any Delhi holiday package. Spread over 90 acres, this garden was built by the British in 1936. Here, you can see Delhiites doing their routine morning jogs and getting their daily dose of oxygen amidst the beautiful gardens. The National Bonsai Park located within the same place is also a must visit.
Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple
This temple should be high on the list of tourist attractions in Delhi due to its magnificent architecture and huge public presence. garden, an exciting fountain show and an educational boat trip. The food court here offers delicious food that is a hit with all diners here! This temple attracts almost 80% of the tourists visiting Delhi. This temple is the largest Hindu temple in the world and was built using marble and granite sourced from around the world..
Rashtrapati Bhavan
Rashtrapati Bhavan is an architectural wonder and also the presidential palace spread over 330 acres. A must-see in any Delhi tour package, the famous Mughal Garden is located in the Rashtrapati Bhavan and is home to nearly 160 varieties of roses and many other species of plants, offering a beautiful sight to see if you are a nature lover. .
National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA)
This museum is one of India’s premier institutions managed and maintained by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. NGMA has two more branches – one in Mumbai and the other in Bengaluru. This museum is a repository of Indian culture and ethos as it shows the transformation of art forms over 200 years since the 1850s. The medium of the exhibition is plastic and visual arts. This museum houses the most important collection of contemporary and modern art in all of India.
Chandni Chowk
As a visitor to Delhi, your tour of Delhi is incomplete without a visit to Chandni Chowk, making it simply one of the must-sees on any Delhi holiday package. Chandni Chowk is considered as one of the oldest and busiest markets in India with a perfect combination of culture, history and food in one place. There are about a thousand different food stalls serving delicious local food and many shops selling various clothes, handicrafts and many other products.
Raj Ghat and other monuments
Raj Ghat is a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi and he was there. cremated after his murder. The memorial consists of a black marble slab with the words “Hey Ram” printed on it, which were his last words when he died. At one end of the plate is a lantern whose flame will burn forever for all these years. Many foreign dignitaries come to Raj Ghat to pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi – the father of the nation.
Delhi has so many tourist attractions that can be visited by choosing from our Delhi tour packages. These packages can be customized and offered to all types of travelers keeping in mind their schedule and budget. If you’re only visiting the city for a day, there are even day tour packages available. Various packages are available like weekend tours, historical adventures, day tours, religious tours nature tours, golden triangle tour and many more. These tour packages almost always also include tours like Agra to visit the World Wonder Taj Mahal, pilgrimage to Rishikesh and Haridwar, cultural tours to Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer and Pushkar and many such tours. Apart from these, there are tours in local areas of Delhi like Old Delhi Walk, Nizamuddin Walk, Hauz Khas Walk and Mehrauli Archeological Walk and many other historical monuments and attractions. There are many day taxi services available for day trips in Delhi and sightseeing in this ancient old charming city!
Delhi also has a wide range of good resorts and hotels for visitors to explore. feel the comfort of home..

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