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Tour the sights of your choosing on this one day tour package with our tour guide and a car with a driver.
We have some recommended routes but the schedule is entirely flexible and customisable! Our guide will give you the key information about the places that you visit without overwhelming you with too many historical facts and figures. He is there as a friend to welcome you to Delhi and to help you in any way that you may need.
Please note that some sights like the Gandhi Smriti Museum and the Red Fort are closed on Mondays.
Wander this spectacular 90 acre garden and discover tombs, mosques and bridges built during the 15th century Sayyid and Lodhi periods.
Qutab Minar is a 73 meter tower of victory commissioned by the first Muslim ruler of India, Qutab-un-din Aibak. Next to the tower is the first mosque built in India which was created from the ruins of 27 Hindu and Jain temples.
This magnificent 16th century tomb is the earliest large scale example of Mughal architecture in India! Take some time to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site and the surrounding buildings in this 30-acre garden complex.
See where the president lives and in the surrounding Secretariat buildings and Parliament House, where the country is run. Unfortunately you’re not allowed inside but the buildings sit at the top of a small hill and the view overlooking Rajpath (the King’s Way) and India Gate in the distance is stunning.
Any fruit and vegetable under the sun can be found in this massive market that covers 15 acres of land! Well off the traditional tourist route, this market is popular with locals and wholesalers from around Delhi.
This peaceful Sikh temple has one of the largest community kitchens in India which feeds more than 10,000 people per day.
This beautiful lotus shaped structure is a place of worship for the Baha’i faith- a monotheistic religion which emphasises the spiritual unity of all humankind.
Gandhi is one of the most important figures of the 20th century and a trip to Gandhi’s house offers the chance to learn more about this inspiring man. This house is where Gandhi spent the final days of his life and where he was assassinated and is an important spot for anyone interested in India’s tumultuous history.
Delhi’s biggest temple, this lavish Hindu place of worship is a stunning representation of Indian culture and spirituality.
Sanjay Colony holds a very special place in our hearts as that is where Reality Tours Delhi got its start. This small slum offers a fascinating look into how a large number of Delhi’s population lives.
As this is a private tour only, we will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel / residence