Start off your day with a hearty breakfast and get set to explore this mystical city.
Begin with a visit to the famous Lotus Temple. Open in 1986, this Baha’i Place of Worship is a temple that is open to all regardless of religion, caste or any other qualifications.
Next visit the Red Fort, which was the primary residence for the emperors from the Mughal Era. This red sandstone monument is a historically and culturally significant part of New Delhi.
Right opposite to the Red Fort is the Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in the country. Built by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1656, it is definitely one of the most visited tourist destinations in the city.
Old Delhi is one of those locations that cannot be described by words alone, it is meant to be experienced. Here, the famous Chandni Chowk Bazaar will fulfil all of your shopping desires. Be sure to gorge on the delicious and exotic street food of Old Delhi.
Post this exciting day, you may return back to the hotel for a good night’s rest.