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Old Delhi Heritage Walk

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Old Delhi Food Tour

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Mughal Heritage Tour

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South Delhi Walking Tour

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Old Delhi Group Tour by Rickshaw icon
Old Delhi Group Tour by Rickshaw

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Taj Mahal & Agra Fort Private Day Tour From Delhi icon
Taj Mahal & Agra Fort Private Day Tour From Delhi

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Pub Hopping In Delhi

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New & Old Delhi Highlights Tour icon
New & Old Delhi Highlights Tour

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Delhi Temples Tour

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Delhi Full Day Sightseeing Tour icon
Delhi Full Day Sightseeing Tour

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Chokhi Dhani Sonipat Entry Ticket

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Delhi Instagram Tour

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Agra Instagram Tour from Delhi

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Delhi Mussoorie New-Tehri Motorbike Trip icon
Delhi Mussoorie New-Tehri Motorbike Trip

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Delhi Lansdowne Rishikesh Motorbike Trip icon
Delhi Lansdowne Rishikesh Motorbike Trip

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Know More about Delhi

Best time to visit:

FEB - MAR

Holi, Festival of Colors

Delhi, the capital of India, draws tourists from all over the world. The Red Fort, India Gate, Jama Masjid, and Humayun's Tomb are all important historical monuments in New Delhi that should not be missed.

Travel through the congested streets of neighborhood marketplaces including the well-known Chandni Chowk and Dariba Kalan on a rickshaw while in Old Delhi. Seeing bustling streets fill with merchants and places of worship, you can see them selling a variety of spices, dried fruit, jewelry, and sarees.

Best time to visit:

FEB - MAR

Holi, Festival of Colors

JAN - JUN

31°C / 19°C

JUL - DEC

30°C / 20°C

Indian Rupee

Indian Rupee

1 USD = 79.87 INR

GMT +05:30

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Frequently Asked Questions

Old Delhi. Red Fort, New Delhi. Jama Masjid, India Gate, Qutub Minar

Best ways to travel around Delhi are by using the taxi, metro and the auto rickshaw.

A regular/eVisa is required for travel to India, in addition to a valid passport. Only those groups who are exempted by bilateral agreements may travel without a visa.

Choose a location, such as Old, New, or South Delhi, and go explore there every day. To truly understand Delhi, at least three full days are required. You will discover an endless supply of historical buildings, marketplaces, restaurants, parks, and bustling street scenes.

From June to August, which is the hottest time of the year, temperatures go from a high of 39°C to a low of 26°C towards the end of the day. From September to November, temperatures go from a high of 34°C to a low of 13°C. From December to Feb, temperatures drop down with highs of 23°C and lows of just 8°C.

From Delhi: Day Trip to Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Baby Taj, Private 4-Day Golden Triangle Luxury Tour, Full-Day Taj Mahal Tour by Car, Gandhi's Journey Half-Day Tour, Eat Like a Local: Chandni Chowk Street Food and Walking Tour.

New Delhi is romantic and has a lot of places where couples can visit and spend time like the Garden of Five Senses, Lodhi Garden, Hauz Khas village, Parthasarthy Rocks, Qutub Minar.

The best regional food in Delhi is Indian. Along with other North Indian delicacies like Kadhai Paneer, Butter Chicken, and Chole Bhature, it is well recognized for its renowned specialties, including mouthwatering curries, grilled tikkas and kebabs. India's Mecca for food aficionados is Chandni Chowk's renowned Paranthe wali gali. Anyone who has visited Delhi would attest to the quality of its cuisine. Delhi has cuisine for every budget, from fast food to fine dining.