from/per person Rs 4,349
  • 4 hours
  • Private
  • Pick-up
  • Drop-off
  • Instant
  • Mobile Voucher


Description

Step out of your comfort zone on a kaleidoscopic half-day walking tour of Old Delhi and feel like you have wandered onto the set of a Bollywood movie!

Your tour will start at a pre-selected central point in the city, from where an English-speaking guide will help you navigate the Delhi Metro. Ride to Old Delhi and step back in time to experience Delhi much as it was 100 years ago!

During the tour, you will visit the Jamma Masjid, the largest mosque in the city, and a masterpiece of 17th-century architecture. Stroll through the Chandini Chwok area to the Sikh temple of Seeshganj Sahib Gurudwara, and try your hand at making chapati in the community kitchen.

Sample traditional Indian street snacks, such as chai and samosas. Learn how Masala tea is made, and wander down the Parathe Wali Gali, a street dedicated to paratha makers and vendors since the 1800s.

Marvel at beautifully decorated bazaars and see if you can pick up a bargain as you interact with the locals. A visit to the Red Fort can also be arranged at the end of your tour on request. Alternatively, your guide will help organize a tuk tuk or taxi back to your hotel.


Inclusions

• Private guide
• Delhi metro ticket
• Chai, samosas and paratha (stuffed bread)
• Jamma Masjid mosque
• Shees Ganj Gurudwara (Sikh Temple)
• Bazaar tour
• Lunch
• 1 bottle of water
• Transport from centrally located points in Delhi and back (by Delhi Metro only)


Exclusions

• Any service not mentioned in "what's included"
• Additional INR 300 for camera pass if you want to take pictures at Jamma Mosque


Highlights

  • Wander the streets of Old Delhi and feel like you are in a Bollywood movie
  • Sample Indian streets food, such as parathas and samosas
  • Visit the magnificent 17th-century Jamma Masjid mosque
  • Cook a chapati in the community kitchen of the Seeshganj Sahib Gurudwara
  • Discover some of the lively bazaars of Old Delhi
  • Ride the Delhi Metro
  • Explore the Parathe Wali Gali, where paratha has been sold since the 1800s


Additional Information

Please dress modestly. Clothes which cover your knees and shoulders are appropriate.


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