The Old Delhi Tour
Delhi is a city where tradition and modernity live side-by-side. Cherish the glimpse of the two as you walk down the age old streets of Old Delhi. Old Delhi, or Shahjahanabad, is without a doubt, the busiest area in Delhi. This city was established by the Mughal Emperor, Shahjahan in 1648 and thus the name, Shahjahanabad. A visit to Old Delhi is always enjoyable as it contains so many things of immense interest. The streets and markets are always lively with people busy earning their living, printing books, packing materials, cleaning utensils, cooking food, and giving others a shave or massage.
A walk across this area will take you back to the black and white era. The elaborate complex pattern of wires rises slightly high in the sky, the historical architectural patterns and the creative ability to design a khopcha (a shop built in almost no place) is a distinct feature, particular to Old Delhi alone. It might emerge as a hyperbolic remark when one states that the by-lanes of this walled city speak to their observers about their own history. Experience the delight of exploring these special age old streets through a bazaar walk followed by lunch in Old Delhi. To name a few more streets, Chandni Chowk, Dariba Kalan, Kinari Bazaar, Fatehpuri, Gali Batashe Wali, Khari Baoli(spice market), Chawri Bazaar and Nai Sadak. The names of these streets have some really intriguing hidden meanings. Unravel the meanings to these through your own explorations.
The cost include lunch, rickshaw ride across the by-lanes of Old Delhi and Mineral water.
Pick up and drop off facility is not included in the price.