Life becomes more amazing and exciting when you are standing at the right place at the right time – make your way to India’s capital territory, which also functions as the gateway to major tourist destinations of this striking country [a nation that preserves the richness of diversity – composed of every element driving the truest essence of wellness].
Regardless to the region, you are standing in; irrespective of the corner you are wandering in – Country India serves its visitors with the best of its attractions. Such is this territory that houses the people belonging to various walks of life and faith. Every single day is a matter of celebration for the fact that serves the significance of every set of value and customs. Begin the ride of joy in India’s capital territory with your friends and family [travelling alone or with a company is completely your choice] – this city is always up for assisting your presence [travel-friendly territory]. There are two packages that can help you make the most of your weekends Delhi Agra tour packages and 2 Days Delhi tour.
A brief note that can help you manage the timing and the destinations that can be explored in a span of two days:
To begin the first day in Delhi – set the wheels in motion and pay a visit to Raj Ghat [the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi situated on the Banks of River Yamuna]; then moving ahead mark your presence at Jama Masjid [one of the largest mosques in India constructed by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan]; the next point of exploration is the striking Red Fort [a historic days, which back in days served as the main residence of the emperors of Mughal Dynasty]; and the last destination for the day is Chandni Chowk [one of the oldest and the most crowded markets in Old Delhi – One can have delicious street food and can go shopping for hours]. On this point, one of the two days come to an end.
New Day, more excitement; to start the second day of your weekend pay a visit to the Qutub Minar [the tallest Minaret in the World built with the use of bricks – UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site]; the next point of attraction is Humayun’s Tomb [the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun that was commissioned by his first wife]; join your hands in prayer and mark your presence at the Laxminarayan Temple [a prominent place of worship that was built in the year 1938]; sightseeing of Parliament House and President House; explore the two eminent museums [preserving the essence of past – National Museum and Gandhi Smriti]; last but not the least is the trip to Connaught Place [a place worth exploration situated in the heart of this India’s territory encircled by the Colonnaded Georgian-style buildings] one can go shopping, can have some mouth-watering food at a decent restaurant and can also visit the place of worship referred as Gurudwara Bangla Sahib etc.