Qutub Minar: We’ll see Qutub Minar whose origins are shrouded in mystery. We’ll also see Ashoka Pillar; it is an iron pillar which has not rusted in last 1500yrs.
Red Fort: It is built with red stone so it is called Red Fort. It is one of the most magnificent palaces in the world. This is the place from where Independence Day speech is delivered by the prime minister of India.
Humayun’s Tomb: : It was built by the emperor’s grieving widow, Haji Begum, in 1565 AD. It was constructed with red sandstone and ornamented marks the beginning of a new tradition of ornate style which culminated in the Taj Mahal of Agra.
Jantar Mantar: It is an observatory which was built by Sawai Jia Singh II of Jaipur (1699-1743), a keen astronomer and a noble in the Mughal court. Delhi’s Jantar Mantar is the first of the five observatories that he built with large masonary instruments.
Jama Masjid Work on the Jama Masjid mosque was begun in 1650 by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to complement his palace at the Red Fort.
India Gate It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and completed in 1931 in the memory of soldiers killed in World War-I. It is located on Rajpath the same road which leads to the magnificent Rashtrapati Bhaw. The gate is 160 feet high with an arch of 138 feet.
Rajghat– It is a crematorium ground for Mahatma Gandhi.
After completion of Delhi sight-seeing you’ll be dropped in the location of choice with sweet memories of Same Day Delhi Tour.