Delhi is a city steeped in history, culture, and diversity. With its rich heritage and vibrant atmosphere, Delhi offers an unforgettable experience to everyone who visits. For those on a tight schedule, it is possible to explore the city's highlights in just one day. From the grandeur of the Red Fort to the serenity of the Lotus Temple, Delhi has a lot to offer. In this post, we will take you on a Same Day Delhi Tour highlighting the must-see sights and experiences that will make your visit truly memorable. Join us as we delve into Delhi and discover the city's hidden gems and historical wonders.


  • Pickup from Delhi hotel / Airport

  • Private Air Conditioned Car with Driver

  • Professional Tour Guide Service

  • All Applicable taxes and charges

  • Tips to Guide and Driver

  • Drinks served with Lunch

  • Camera Fees at Jama Masjid (Mosque)

  • Monuments Entrance fees

Tour Plan

Places To See In Delhi


The Qutab Minar's origins are shrouded in mystery. Some say it was built as a victory tower to mark the beginning of Muslim sovereignty in India. Others claim it was used as a minaret by muezzins to summon the devout to prayer. No one can deny that the tower is not only one of the most beautiful landmarks in India, but also in the globe.


The Red Fort, so named because of the red stone used in its construction, is one of the world's most spectacular palaces. This fort is also intertwined with India's history. It was here that the British toppled the final Mughal monarch, Bhadur Shah Zafar, bringing the three-century-long Mughal reign to an end. It was also from its ramparts that the first prime minister was appointed. India's Prime Minister, Pandit Jawharlal Nehru, proclaimed to the public that the country was free of colonial authority.


Bega Begum, Humayun's First Wife, Commissioned This Exquisite Monument In 1558. The Magnificently Designed Monument Set Amongst The Lush Greenery Will Undoubtedly Entice You.


At first glance, the Jantar Mantar looks to be a modern art exhibition. However, it is an observatory. Sawai Jia Singh II of Jaipur (1699-1743), an astute astronomer and Mughal court lord, was unsatisfied with the flaws of brass and metal astronomy instruments.


This Is One Of The Busiest Times Of The Year. Jama Masjid Is A Massive Mosque In Delhi's Heart. It Was Commissioned In 1650 By Shah Jahan. It Is One Of India's Largest Mosques And One Of The Largest In The World. It Is A Fantastic Monument For Onlookers Due To The Combination Of Limestone And Marble.


This Massive Monument, Located 3 Kilometers From The Rashtrapati Bhawan, Pays Tribute To All Indian Soldiers Who Died In The First World War. This 42-Meter-High Monument Is Situated On The Rajpath. Edwin Lutyens, A British Architect, Designed The Monument In 1931. You Can Take Photos Here And See The Amar Jawan Jyoti, A Flame That Has Been Blazing Since 1971 To Commemorate The Indian Martyrs Of The 1971 India-Pakistan Conflict.


REx-Indian Prime Ministers' Memorials Can Be Found Here. Mahatma Gandhi's Memorial Site Is Rajghat, Mrs. Indira Gandhi's Memorial Site Is Shakti Sthal, And Mr. Rajiv Gandhi's Memorial Site Is Veer Bhumi. The Entire Complex Is Tranquil, With Plenty Of Greenery. You Won't Believe Your Eyes When You See A Gorgeous Green Area Amidst The Hustle And Activity Of Delhi City. In the Evening after Completion of Delhi Sightseeing Tour, Our Chauffer Will Drop You at Your Hotel. “अतिथि देवो भवः।”

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