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Street Culinary tour of old Delhi
"You will meet your guide at Red Fort (Main Entry Entrance) by 9 AM and then your walking tour begins on the pavement along Ancient Jain Temple (panoramic view only) and proceed towards facing the direction of ""Fatehpuri mosque. Old Delhi was founded by who invited several Agrawal Jain merchants to come and settle in the city and granted them some land south of the Chandani Chauk around Dariba Gali.He also permitted them to build a temporary structure to house a Jain temple. Walk through past va i.e. Baggage clothes toys apparels and also walk past ""Cycle Market"" Delhi's biggest cycle market selling children toys also.Our first stop will be the shop of famous old ""Jalebi walah"". This joint serve the best variety of Traditional sweet ""Jalebi"" & products of this shop are not found anywhere else in D
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UNESCO Heritage Site: Humayun's Tomb with Nizzamuddin Basti Tour
"This tour will cover two main areas: the Humayun Tomb Complex and the Nizamuddin Basti. The guide will meet you at Humayun’s tomb and take you on a guided tour of both these places. Below are the places you will visit according to the route that is follo with some fine incised plaster work and glazed tiles in green yellow and bright blue. Then comes the Arab Sarai which was for some 300 Arabs whom she brought back to India from Mecca. Then on the left can be seen the garden and tomb of Bu Halima. Then the guests can witness the beautiful Humayun’s Tomb was built un Hamida Banu Begum some years after the death of the emperor in 1556. Humayun’s Tomb is one of the most beautiful monuments in Delhi. The settlement now known as the Nizamuddin basti—the village-like tangle of alleys directly surrounding the dargah—has only existed Baoli (Step well) of Nizamuddin Auliya is also known as Chashma Dilkusha (‘heart-uplifting spring). The tomb of revered saint Hazrat nizamuddin Auliya of the Chishti silsila (order) Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya is today visited by thousands of pilgrims each Amir Khusro
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Private Old and New Delhi Day Tour
"You will be picked up at 9:30am from your hotel in Delhi for this day tour of both Old and New Delhi. Start by visiting Raj Ghat the place where Mahatma Gandhi the pioneer of truth and non-violence had been cremated. Then continue to the country's largest mosque Jama Masjid built in 1656 where thousands of Muslims offer prayers daily. The great mosque of Old Delhi is an architectural extravagance that belonged to Shah Jahan with a courtyard capable of holding 25
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To move around Delhi, the rickshaw. You will find one without problem every where you will go. They prefer taking tourist cause they will ask you more ... and they will wait for you also if you want...
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Jul 28, 2004

Auto-rickshaws and other tales...

One of the most popular ways to travel around within the city is the auto-rickshaw.Much like Bangkoks `tuk-tuks', they come with a reputation, and its not of the best kind. However, with bus...
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Mar 02, 2007

Tuk-Tuk aka Auto!

Tuk Tuk ride is always my FAV to see the places around in any city in India (If available). They are cute, open and a passenger can see in any direction and take snaps easily. Most of the Auto drivers...
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Sep 23, 2014


Although cycle rickshaws are allowed in Old Delhi, the pollution free autorickshaws are quicker and more comfortable.The starting price is 8 rupees for the first kilometer, and after that 3.50 rupees...
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Dec 10, 2007

ricksaws everywhere!

It's very easy to move in Delhi in ricksaw. In spite of the traffric:cars, motorbikes, bicicles.., you will enjoy ricksaws!! It's better to fix teh prices before the ride or you can have problems! we...
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Dec 05, 2004

Auto rickshaw

Delhi is amazing to get around - but I'd recommend taking an auto rickshaw.We hired one to take us on a 30 to 40 minute trip and the cost was 100 rupees for the hire of the vehicle. It would have been...
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Dec 06, 2007

handy way to explore out of the way places

Autorikshaw or tuk-tuk is the best way to explore places which are out of the way.We used tuk-tuk to go to Lodhi Ghardens.From Karol Bagh to the gardens we paid Rs 60 one way. Getting tuk-tuk is...
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Dec 19, 2009

Auto Rickshaws

The auto-rickshaw is one of the most inexpensive mode of transport in Delhi and probably the fastest. They certainly dart in and out of the narrowest opportunities. Make sure you negotiate a fee...
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Jul 28, 2006

The way to get around if you...

The way to get around if you dont have a friend who can take you around, is by auto-rickshaws. Agree on a price before you get in if possible, find out what it should be. Pay once they get you...
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Aug 26, 2002

Auto rickshaws & Tempos

Basically an auto rickshaw (a.k.a Tuk Tuk) is a three-wheeled motorised motorcycle with a driver up front and seats for two passengers behind, although I saw many absolutely crammed full with either...
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Apr 09, 2007

Interesting way of seeing Delhi

An intersting way of seeing parts of Delhi is by autorickshaw. However, beware - they can be very crowded! You could however negotiate with the driver and book the whole rickshaw for your family or...
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Dec 27, 2005

The best immersion into daily commuting

Although being a westerner and treated somewhat like a fish in bowl with onlookers peering to get a glimpse of the westerners, the auto rickshaw is the best way to travel. Fresh Delhi air and a sense...
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Dec 02, 2004
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Connaught place

Connaught place is a central place in New Delhi, like a giant round about from where radiate immense avenues. On the central area, with gardens, water basins, it is a quiet place where young (and less...
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Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum

This interesting museum tells the story of former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi's life through text and photographs. You can see the actual clothes she was wearing when she was assassinated on 31...
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Rajpath (literally translated would mean the Way/street of the King) is the street which is the famous avenue of New Delhi that runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's palace) through Vijay Chowk...
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Safdarjung's Tomb

Safdarjung's tomb or the Safdarjang Maqbara is a tomb in a huge garden and was built in 1754. It is made of marble. The office of the Archaeological Survey of India is located in the top storey. The...
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Old Delhi Bazaar Walk & Masterji Kee Haveli Visiting Tour

This tour will show you things you could never find by yourselves. The founders are local people living in the same part of the city. They are incredibly friendly, knowledgeable lovely people and...
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Lotus Temple

I don't know, but the Bahai Lotus Temple has not made much impression on me ... I don't understand why the temple, which was built in 1986, is considered to be one of the main attractions of Delhi -...
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