World History In Delhi
Delhi hosts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites and thousands of stories around them. Explore them with a Delhi lover & storyteller.
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Delhi is known for its rich history and heritage. UNESCO recognizes Delhi’s three historical monuments as the world heritage site. We will cover- the 13th century Minar which depicts the story of the first ruler of the Delhi Sultanate, the tomb of a Mughal emperor which was commissioned by his wife and the fort which became the residence of the emperors of the Mughal dynasty for nearly 200 years.
Starting at 09.00 AM from your hotel or from our metro meeting point at Qutb Minar Metro, we will try to enjoy this old age monument known as Qutb Minar. Covered with thousand shades of stories and symbol of victory, this monument is a fusion of Indian and Central Asian Architecture. Just behind this beautiful structure, there is a cluster of hidden monuments known as Mehrauli Archeological Park, you will fall in love with the calmness of this place and almost 700-year-old structures, telling you the stories. Next is Humayun's Tomb, a structure which is said to be the inspiration of Taj Mahal, constructed by a queen in memory of her king. Mughal gardens, massive structure, red sandstone, and contrast with green trees. We will also plan for our lunch/brunch in between and will head for Red Fort, a fort situated in the heart of the city and Old Delhi, was seat for Mughal Kings for almost 200 years and first flag of Independent India was hosted on this fort. Constructed for almost 3000 people now this fort is one of the most visited place by the tourist in Delhi.
- Amazing English speaking Storyteller & Tour Leader
- Air Conditioned Vehicle
- Tickets to all three UNESCO Sites
- Brunch at an authentic Indian State House
- Taxes if any
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