Delhi Sightseeing Tour

After going through a number of Delhi sightseeing packages, I decided the time had come to pack my bags and head towards the heart of India. Going to Delhi was in my 2015 to-do list, as I had always wanted to witness Delhi’s charm and charisma.

The city has a lot to offer, it has warmth, culture, religion, history, infrastructure and a variety of mouthwatering food. The perfect time to visit the “Dilli” is somewhere around February, when there is a nip in the air, the dry weather will ensure that you travel the entire city without sweating it out. There are number of Delhi sightseeing tours to choose from, all of which can be found out from the internet.

Picadilly hotel at Janakpuri was my home for the next two days. Next my travel team got me a rented car for my Delhi sightseeing. Being a lover of ruins and history I first wanted to visit Old Delhi because I had heard a lotof interesting things about the old world beauty it has, and was very excited to witness all the places.

The visit to Chandni Chowk was memorable, holding a cup of warm tea in my hand, I could see people from different walks of life, walking the same street, there were so many people, so many stories and the hustle-bustle gave it a unique charm. The juxtaposition of the modern city of Delhi, and the decrepit yet gorgeous old Delhi, is like seeing a lookalike pair of a hep daughter and a grey-haired mother.

Red Fort which has been one of the primary historical monuments in the history of India. The humungous place is serene, and awe-inspiring, no wonder the emperors of India chose the place as their abode. From one Mughal monument to another, next I went straight to Jama Masjid, which is also known as Masjid-i-Janhan-Numa. It is the largest and the most famous mosques in India. Built in the year 1656, Jama Masjid has seen India grow through the years. I was fascinated to see the unwavering concentration of those who were deep into their prayers amidst all that chaos.

JantarMantar located at Janpath was my stop, the next day. During the Mughal period the place was used as an astronomical observatory, but now it has become a lover’s spot. After absorbing all the beauty of beauty of the capital of India, I went in to devour some taste bud pleasing food at the world famous “paranthe-wali gali”. It was really exciting to see all that food preparation, I felt like a kid in a candy shop! The food served there is absolutely mouth watering and not pocket pinching at all. The variety of non-vegetarian food as well desserts left me spell bound and wanting for more

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