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Delhi Heritage Tour

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The historic city of Delhi has preserved its great heritage very well and thus able to allow you a walk back into its history.
Delhi Heritage Tour The historic city of Delhi has preserved its great heritage very well and thus able to allow you a walk back into its history. Various monuments forts and places of tourist?s interest evoke tourist interests in various architectural marvels well preserved in the city that has been seat of powers for a very longtime. These interesting aspects prompts tourists, historians and others to set out for a Delhi heritage tour and cover the various interesting monuments this historic city has on display. A couple of days in the city of Delhi gives you a proper understanding in the ways of life of the city that has a decisive role in the history of India. The best place to start your heritage tours in Delhi is a visit to the old parts of the city as most of the historic monuments are situated in the walled city. During your trip visit the places like Jama Masjid, Red fort and Chandni Chowk. This part of the city has not gone under the wave of development as its character is still redolent of the life and times of its past. During your visit to the Chandni Chowk do have a bite at some of the drool inducing delicacies. A rickshaw ride in the lanes of this part of the city has its own thrill.  While on the heritage tours to Delhi the tourists can further visit the places like Purana Quila (Old Fort) and Mausoleum of Nizamuddin. Later the tourists can go to visit Qutb Minar, one of the most admired landmarks in south Delhi, crowning glory of being world?s largest brick Mainarets. Your visit to these important places offers you a sneak peek into the heritage of this city.

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