Duration of Delhi Sightseeing : 8hours Approx Places Covers : Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk,
Old Delhi has lots of sightseeing opportunities where you can enjoy to your fullest. But on each Sunday Old Delhi remains closed.
Red Fort :
At first visit the Red Fort. It’s one of the World Heritage Site listed in UNESCO that was made by Shah
Jahan in the year 1638. For 200 years, it was the residence of the Mughal ruler of India. The structures in
the fort are constructed of red sandstone, bordered by a four-storeyed minaret which is covered by
three large domes banded of 'black and white marble. Transact pass through outside & then proceeds
for Jama Masjid.
Jama Masjid :
In the year 1656, the Masjid was made by Shah Jahan & one of the biggest Mosque in India & this was
also made by Shah Jahan. Thousands of believers come here to worship. You will get some robes outside
the markets to get internally the mosque. Only gents are allowed to go inside the mosque for prayer but
ladies can stand outside and pray according to Muslim’s rituals.
Chandni Chowk :
After drive pass through Red Fort proceeds towards some nearby places like Chandni Chowk - literally
means ‘moonlit market’and was established during the 17th century. It was once known for India’s
biggest wholesale markets. The bazaar is also called as the Fatehpuri Bazaar. Here you can find all types
of garments shops, spices, dry fruits markets, street foods like chats, bhelpuri. Roam around the market
& travel some matchless & select some best out of it.