Livasa Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7A/38, WEA, Channa Market,Karol Bagh, Channa Market, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi,
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Delhi-Agra/Taj Tour

by pangtidor

Is it safe to go to Agra/Taj alone? Any suggestions of good tour(s) by travel agency? What will be the perfect time to visit? Any other interested places/activities other than Taj Mahal? Perhaps some good online travel agencies/hotel bookings will be helpful. Thank you.

Re: Delhi-Agra/Taj Tour

by rmlupu

For the most part it is safe but there have been instances of serious crime by unofficial guides. It is rare but the local police do warn about it. (Two Japanese tourists were drugged and raped in September). You will want to go with a reputable tour service. There are many to chose from and I would recommend working with whichever hotel you are staying at. Avoid guides that approach you once you are there. Book a guide before hand as well as transportation.

When are you going? Agra and the Taj will be packed this time of year. Typical 4 hour travel from Delhi to Agra may extend to 6 or 8 at this time so I would recommend a stay over in a hotel in Agra (Advance booking will be required).

Hotels will be expensive this time of year and will need plenty of notice to find a vacancy. I recommend getting to Agra a day before you want to see the Taj and actually going there right before sun up to watch the sun rise. Evenings will be very crowded to say the least.

I do not have the service I use handy but I will look it up and send it to you later if you want.

Re: Delhi-Agra/Taj Tour

by pangtidor

Thank you so much for the info

Re: Delhi-Agra/Taj Tour

by panamatourntravels

Please beware those two are the touts.

Travel Tips for Delhi

The writing on the walls...

by husain

Names of soldiers who died fighting for the British-Indian army during World War 1.
Many of them died in faraway lands- Africa, Europe, the Far east... There are many names, and you probably will struggle to read them, but if you look carefully, you`ll see them all inscribed.
The Gate, however, is barricaded for security reasons, and you cant walk up all the way to the monument. You can still go up close enough to have a good look or picture. The best way to see the names on the monument is from the sides, which lets you get up closer than from the front or back...


by diageva

At the sijk temple we could see how people get there to eat for free, and also for illness.. they gave them basic but good food. I had the oportunity to try it and to chare with them ... and to get inside the kitchen to see how they prepared it.

Tughlakabad Fort


Close to the road connecting Mehrauli with Badarpur in the south of Delhi, lies the majestic Tughlakabad Fort on a high outcrop of rocks, with walls which touch a height of over 27 metres at some points.The sprawling fortress was built by Ghyiasuddin Tughlak in 1321 A.D. to guard against the threat of invasion by the Mongols. Built in just four years, to enter the fort, one has to walk over a causeway which was once supported by 27 elegant arches, some of which are still visible. The fort has a huge depression towards the north where could have been a tank for storing rain water.Adjacent to the high three-tiered wall and at the fort's southern edge is an escape route leading downwards out of the fort.It is not advisable to enter the escape route. To the west of the entrance are the ruins of a palatial building where once stood a hall with 1000 pillars.Within the citadel and to its further west is a 15.5 metre deep water tank called Jahannum Ka Rasta( Road to hell).Legend has it that Ghiyasuddin was cursed by a saint, Nizamuddin Auliya because he had diverted all the labour working for the saint to build his city and the work of the saint got held up. The curse was that the city would be abandoned soon after it came up and it would be inhabited by jackals and Gujjars, a nomadic tribe. Ghiysauddin died in 1325 when a pavilion erected in his honour crashed on him. It is said that the accident was engineered by his son, Mohammed.With his death, the short-lived story of the city came to an end.
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Djinn's at the Hyatt Regency.A...

by shalin

Djinn's at the Hyatt Regency.A Live Band and a rocking Dj!Drinks are slightly on the expensive side,and the place shuts by 1:30am(it gets rocking only by 12!).Visit on the weekends.I think you need to be over 21,but,hehe:) i got in! Dress up!

Getting around

by Bjorgvin

Buses, taxis, rickshaws (motor- or cycle-rickshaws) or horse-drawn carriages (tongas). If you take a taxi its best to negotiate the price beforehand. Taxis do not always have meters. Taxi fares are cheap, but rickshaws are cheaper.


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