Experience The Grand
Delhi is a city visited for its historic monuments, museums and a shopping experience which ranges from traditional bazaars and markets to exquisite haute couture. The Indian calendar brims with festivals from a diverse array of religions and a visit timed with a major celebration can provide delightful insight into this fascinating culture. Delhi is awash with monuments of archaeological and historical importance. While most are typically visited by car, heritage walks provide an interesting alternative. Experts in architecture, culture, history and art can guide you through the historical areas, adding an in-depth cultural perspective to a day of sightseeing.
A War memorial, symbolic of India's Independence.
Remarkable Scientific observatory built by maharaja Jaisingh in the 18th Century.
A house of worship that celebrates the lotus, a symbol of purity throughout India.
The tallest brick minaret construction commenced in 1193 under the orders of India's first Muslim ruler Qutb-ud-din Aibak, and the topmost storey of the minaret was completed in 1386 by Firuz Shah Tughluq.
Landscaped garden located within 16th century tombs of Lodhi rulers.
A red sandstone fort built in the 17th century, by Mughal ruler Shahjahan.Offers spectacular sound and light shows in the evening.
The Taj Mahal
A world heritage monument and a historic wonder at Agra, a 2- hour train ride from Delhi.
Jaipur-The Pink City
Known for its Medieval Palaces, forts and a vibrant history, a 4-hour train ride from Delhi.
To Old and New Delhi