Popular Destinations in Delhi/Agra
Home to the magnificent Taj Mahal and the historic Agra Fort, the city of Agra attracts thousands of visitors from all around the globe.
New Delhi, the capital of India, is known for its historical monuments, busy shopping malls, engaging museums, and beautiful gardens.
The crowded lanes of Old Delhi are famous for serving scrumptious street food. The place is also known for its rustic historical attractions.
Qutub Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the second tallest brick minaret in the world. With a height of 73 ft, the structure has five tapering storeys.
Built by Emperor Shah Jahan, Red Fort is the largest monument in Delhi. At the fort, tourists can enjoy an evening light show describing Mughal history.
Taj Mahal, the timeless epitome of love, is one of the seven wonders of the world. The white marble structure has lush green surroundings.
Things to do in Delhi/Agra
Delhi and Agra have countless historical and archaeological sites. Each one of them is unique, showcasing magnificent architecture and rich history.
Heritage Walks in Delhi are extremely popular. The guided tour covering a number of heritage sites allow you to experience the city to the full.
Shopping and Nightlife
Places like Karol Bagh, Connaught Place, and Chandi Chowk are Delhi's evergreen shopping areas. Buy clothes, handicrafts, handbags and much more.
Our Popular Tours in Delhi/Agra
Delhi – The capital city of India and its neighbouring town Agra have attracted foreign travelers for many years because of their diverse culture and beautiful structures. The cities have a simple mantra, ‘Shop and Eat’ or ‘Eat and Shop’ and better yet, ‘Eat as you shop’. Agra is especially famous because it is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World – Taj Mahal, the epitome of everlasting love. But the Taj Mahal is just one among the many monuments in Agra and Delhi, all of which leave travelers spellbound.
Monuments like Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Taj Mahal and Juma Masjid are some of the most magnificent structures in the country. They showcase great architecture dating back many centuries.
As soon as you enter the crowded lanes of Delhi and Agra, you start to smell the aroma of delicious Indian food, both spicy and sweet. It smells great but tastes even better. Do not miss out on the mouth-watering street food of Khan Market, Paranthe Waali Gali and Chandni Chowk.
Whether it is handicrafts, bags, clothes or jewellery, the streets of Delhi sell them all. And they sell them at cheap prices. All the souvenirs are flavoured with Indian culture and tradition. So you have things to buy, not just for yourself, but also for your loved ones back home.
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