2 Day Itinerary for Delhi sightseeing 2

11th Mar 20
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Delhi is the first place to be if you are on a trip to India. Whether it is a business trip, or a weekend getaway or maybe a short trip to the country, Delhi offers you wholesome experiences. In the entire topography of India, Delhi gives you breathtaking glimpses of Mughal architecture everywhere. That is what Delhi tourism is all about!

It can be overwhelming to explore such a large city with just a few days in hand. Amidst the bustling streets of Delhi you will find quaint lush Garden tombs. The most prominent among them being the Humayun's tomb. Enigmatic ruins of Qutub complex with its towering Qutub Minar gives a poetic feel to your trip.

From lip-smacking street food to towering monuments bygone dynasties, the past, present, and the future colludes together at this historical city. Be it Parathe wali Galli in Chandni Chowk or the exclusive boutiques and cafes at Connaught Place. The blend of New and Old Delhi is distinct and awe-inspiring.

Visit the largest spice market in Asia or one of the largest mosques in India, the Jama Masjid. This is the land of Mughals such as Akbar and Shah Jahan who have gifted the city with incredible monuments. And you get to reap the benefits of it.

This is where we come in! We have created this detailed 2-day Itinerary for your trip to Delhi. It will show you a timed list of prominent places to must-see acquainted with the land where once Mughal Emperors ruled. So let’s begin!

Day 1: Explore the best places in the city

Let’s say you just have a day to spare to explore Delhi, you will wonder how to exactly cover the city in such a less time. It will become easy for you to just visit the most prominent and popular places in the city.

The best thing to do in such situations is to hire a private delhi tour guide. To get through the city quickly and admire its breathtaking monuments is easier this way. Local private tour guides in Delhi would help you get a private car so you could navigate conveniently through the city lanes.

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Now that you have gotten your local Delhi guide and a comfortable car for yourself, let’s check out where you should head first:

Red Fort

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  • Get in your cab and your driver/ tour guide will take you to the Red Fort. This iconic monument holds a significant place in India’s Independence. Built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1639, you would notice its reddish facade that is purely red sandstone.

  • A legendary fort, its beauty was restored after India’s Independence since the British ransacked its interiors and ruins much of its architecture. The Indian Tricolor is hoisted here every year by the Indian Prime Minister during the Independence Day Ceremony.

  • Stroll past the locals on the streets along the Red Fort and enter this megalith structure through the Lahori Gate. Once inside you would be baffled by the views of sprawling gardens decorated with various marble and red sandstone palaces all around.

  • Notable monuments within its boundaries are Diwan-I-Aam, Diwan-I-Khas, Moti Masjid, Rang Mahal, Khas Mahal, Hira Mahal, Mumtaz Mahal and many more. Click as many pictures as you would like since you have to move on to your next destination.

Best Time To Visit - During the Winter season from November to March

Visit Timings - 9.30 am to 4.30 pm

Entry Cost - INR 35 for Indians and INR 500 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - Red Fort is located on the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Marg. The nearest railway station to reach Red Fort is Old Delhi Railway Station. The nearest metro station is Chandni Chowk Metro Station while the nearest bus stand is Kashmiri Gate Bus stand. Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to reach Red Fort.

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Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid 2 Day Itinerary of Delhi

  • Now you proceed to Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India. Its sheer magnitude is enough to mesmerize you. Built-in 1656 by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, its large courtyard is large enough to accommodate over 25,000 people.

  • You would be lucky to stumble across the mosque while the prayers take place or during the Eid celebrations when thousands of devotees worship altogether. Quite a significant monument in the history of India, its Mughal architecture would truly blow your mind.

  • Don’t forget to enjoy a round of cricket on its courtyard along with the local kids!

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year

Visit Timings - 7 AM to 12 PM and then again at 1.30 PM and closes at 6.30 PM

Entry Cost - No entry fees

How to reach - Jama Masjid can be accessed from the nearest metro station of Chawri Bazaar, which is only 500 meters away. You can also reach Jama Masjid via Old Delhi Railway station and ISBT Kashmere Gate. public transport is easily available here.

Raj Ghat

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  • Further on your journey, it is time to discover some history. Your guide will take you to Raj Ghat located along the banks of the Yamuna river. Lush gardens with a quaint atmosphere all around. Raj Ghat is the official cremation ground, Mahatma Gandhi.

  • You would notice a black marble platform with an eternal fire burning upon it. The words ‘Hey Ram’ are carved upon the marble surface which are the final words of Mahatma Gandhi after the assassination.

  • You have entered a serene calm with frequent chirping and calls of birds. Quite contrasting to the bustling streets of Delhi.

Best Time To Visit - During the Winter season from November to March

Visit Timings - 6:30 am to 6:00 pm

Entry Cost - No entry fee

How to reach - Raj Ghat lies between the ring road and the Yamuna River banks. You can reach Raj Ghat via roads and metro rail to reach Raj Ghat. The nearest metro station to Raj Ghat is the Kashmiri Gate.

Humayun’s Tomb

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  • Just a bit further from the Raj Ghat, lies one of the most prominent and lavish garden tombs in Mughal history. This is the legendary tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun. Built by his Empress Bega Begum, it truly personifies ‘Heaven after death’.

  • Sprawling across across a 30 acre land, its structure follows the ancient Persian model of tombs. If you notice, then you would realize that the tomb stands in the middle and is surrounded by four gardens known as Char Bagh.

  • Walk its red sandstone pathways lined with beautiful flower shrubs, and lose yourself in the beauty of this magnetic place which feels far from being a tomb.

Best Time To Visit - During the Winter season from November to March

Visit Timings - 6:00 am to 6:00 pm

Entry Cost - INR 30 for Indians and INR 500 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - To reach Humayun’s tomb, the nearest stations are Jorbagh and Race Course station. It is located quite close to Nizamuddin Dargah. Private and public buses would also take to here via Rajiv Chowk, ISBT or Nizamuddin. You can use other public transport to reach Humayun's tomb.

Jantar Mantar

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  • Further on your tour, your guide would take you to the enigmatic monument of Jantar Mantar. This historical structure that consists of 13 architectural astronomy instruments. It was built by Maharaj Jai Singh II of Jaipur in 1724.

  • A popular tourist attraction, you would find various astronomical instruments, sundials, tools that help you track the time, distance and movement of planetary bodies. The instruments include the Ram Yantra, the Samrat Yantra, the Jai Prakash Yantra, and the Misra Yantra.

  • You could enter this structure and try out the tools yourself. Get acquainted with the science of the bygone era. Other such observatories are located in Jaipur, Ujjain, Mathura, and Varanasi.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year except Monsoon

Visit Timings - 6:00 am to 6:00 pm

Entry Cost - INR 15 for Indians and INR 200 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - Jantar Mantar is easily accessible by road and metro rail. The nearest metro station to Jantar mantar is Patel Chowk. You can also use public transport to reach Jantar Mantar.

Laxmi Narayan Temple

Laxmi Narayan Temple 2 Days Itinerary of Delhi

  • Now it is time to visit some spiritual places. Move on further you visit the Birla Mandir also known as the Laxmi Narayan Temple. It was built by Baldeo Das Birla in the year 1939 near Connaught Place.

  • Inaugurated by Mahatama Gandhi, this temple is the epitome of religious tolerance. Though named Laxmi Narayan after prime Hindu deities, the temple complex also houses deities belonging to other religions and sects.

  • Its Nagara-style architecture bears resemblance to prominent Hindu temples across the country. You would be amazed by its beauty and the magnificence of its facade. Participate in the daily prayers along with locals and chants verses. Don’t miss out on this aesthetic experience!

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 4.30 am to 9.00 am

Entry Cost - No entry fees.

How to reach - The nearest railway station to reach to Laxmi Narayan Temple is RK Ashram Marg Metro Station on Blue Line. Use public transport such as auto rickshwas, public buses to reach the destination otherwise.

India Gate

India Gate 2 Day Itinerary of Delhi

  • Hop in your car and head to the most important monuments in New Delhi. The India Gate is sure to blow your mind away with its size and structure. A war memorial built to commemorate the soldiers slain in World War I, its archway design would truly fascinate you at all costs.

  • Built-in 1933, its design resembles the Arch of Constantine, in Rome, and the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. If you look properly, then you could make out the inscriptions upon its facade that prays homage to the fallen soldiers.

  • The road that runs down the middle is known as Rajpath. Right under the Gate, you would find another memorial dedicated to martyred soldiers known as Amar Jawan Jyoti. It is quite unavoidable to feel some patriotic aura resonating out of the entire vicinity of India Gate.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - Open all day.

Entry Cost - No entry fee.

How to reach - The nearest railway station to reach India Gate is Barakhamba Road Metro Station. It is located 3 km away from India Gate. You can hire a cab or tuk tuk that will take to the monument in 15 minutes.

Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple 2 Day Itinerary of Delhi

  • One of the most visited buildings in the world, the Lotus Temple is a major attraction in Delhi. Your one day trip to Delhi would be incomplete without a visit to this monument. A place of worship of Baháʼí faith, it is a lotus-shaped structure with 27-free standing marble petals acting as a dome.

  • As you enter this place, it serenity would engulf all your woes and worries. Fall in love with its exquisite interiors and the heart-lifting sound of choirs.

  • You would also be glad to know that this structure is completely powered by solar energy. It promotes multi-faith and welcomes people of all religious and ethic backgrounds and so you would find it crowded at all times.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year except every Monday.

Visit Timings - 9.00 am to 7.00 pm in Summer and 9.00 am to 5.30 pm in Winter.

Entry Cost - No entry fee.

How to reach - The nearest railway station to reach Lotus Temple is Kalka Ji Temple Metro Station. You can hire a cab or tuk tuk that will take to the monument that lies near Shambhu Dayal Bagh, Bahapur.

Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar 2 Day Itinerary of Delhi

  • Time for your final sightseeing of the day and that too at the Qutub Minar. A remnant of the Delhi sultanate, it is the largest brick minaret in the world. Standing at a height of 73 meters, it is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Get inside this incredible monument and relive history. Built by Qutubuddin Aibak, it is the symbol o f victory and hence is known as the victory tower. It is part of the Mehrauli Archaeological Park. It surely would give you breathtaking views of the vicinities and make your one day trip awesome.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 7.00 am to 5.00 pm

Entry Cost - INR 35 for Indians and INR 550 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - The nearest railway station to reach Qutub Minar is Old Delhi Railway Station. You can also get down at Qutub Minar Metro Station. The nearest bus stand to Qutab Minar is Kashmiri Gate Bus Stand.

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Day 2 : Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk and Qutub Complex

If you have one more day to spare and you are spending another day in Delhi and checking out a few more sights is totally worth it. This would be your continued trip from Day 1. Let’s find out more about the sightseeing of Day 2 :

Old Delhi

Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk 2 Day Itinerary of Delhi

  • Old Delhi is the region that was earlier known as Shahajanabad since it was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as the main centre of the city. Chandni Chowk was a significant part of it.

  • With bustling and narrow alleys that are overlooked by a dense net of cables hanging above, Chandni Chowk and its establishments have been thriving for centuries. At first you would find it a congested place but as you venture further into it, you would discover its true worth.

  • With the help of your guide, you get to explore the Chandi Chowk region in detail. It is better to take a rickshaw ride through Chandni Chowk to get up close to varied bazaars, markets, food places and ancient buildings

  • You might have visited these streets already during Day 1 but now that you explore it in detail it seems more exciting. Chandni Chowk is home to several markets such as the Johri Bazaar, Urdu Bazaar and the Fatehpuri Bazaar which is in close proximity with the Fatehpuri Masjid.

Chandni Chowk Market

  • Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore the bazaars where you would find authentic local jewelry, handicrafts, clothing, artifacts, leather goods, electronic items that would make an incredible souvenir.

  • Along the narrow lanes historical buildings such as havelis, mohallas, small palaces are lined up. These exist since hundreds of years and you can treat your eyes with their mesmerizing architecture.

Digambar Jain Lal Mandir 2 Days Itinerary in Delhi

  • Further, you might notice a large number of religious places popping out here and there. These include Sis Ganj Gurdwara, Digambar Jain Lal Mandir, Sunheri Masjid, Central Baptist Church and Gauri Shankar Temple. If you feel you won’t be able to visit each and every one of these shrines then visiting the Gurdwara and Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is a must.

  • After exploring Chandni Chowk so much you surely would be hungry right! Not to worry! Ironically, Chandni Chowk is the place that offers some of the best street food in the world. If you are taking a Delhi Street Food Tour, then you can grab a bite of each of these dishes from famous joints.

  • Popular street food places in Chandni Chowk include Parathe Wale Galli, Karim’s, Haldiram’s, Bikaner Sweet Shop, Natraj Dahi Bhalle, Shiv Mishthan Bhandar and much more.

  • Half of your Day 2 would be spent exploring the vast region of Old Delhi and most particularly Chandni Chowk. Now let’s move further to spend the rest of the Day 2

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 9.00 am to 8.00 pm

Entry Cost - No entry fee

How to reach - The nearest railway station to reach Chandni Chowk is Old Delhi Railway Station. You can also get down at Chandni Chowk Metro Station. Get a rickshaw to navigate through the alleys.

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Mehrauli Archaeological Park

Qutub Complex

Qutub Complex

  • You have already visited Qutub Complex on your trip to Qutub Minar, but if we didn’t get to check out the rest of the significant monuments of the surrounding the Minaret due to time constraint.

  • Now that we have a half day to ourselves why not complete the rest of it. Part of the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, which in itself holds more than 100 monuments, the Qutub Complex is quite different.

  • Maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India, Qutub Complex is home to major monuments of the Delhi Sultanate particularly the Mamluk, Tughlaq and Khalji Dynasty. Even though you may not be a history fanatic, these intriguing structures are sure to pique your interest.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 7.00 am to 5.00 pm

Entry Cost - INR 35 for Indians and INR 550 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - The nearest railway station to reach Qutub Complex is Old Delhi Railway Station. You can also get down at Qutub Minar Metro Station. The nearest bus stand to Qutab Minar is Kashmiri Gate Bus Stand.

These structures mainly include the legendary Iron Pillar, incomplete Alai Minar, and the tomb of Iltutmish. Let us know about them in detail:

Iron Pillar

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  • This 7 feet tall structure is standing firm as new even after hundreds of years. The Iron Pillar in the Qutub Complex is something that stands out of place is the Mughal dominated landscape.

  • It is believed to be belonging to Chandragupta II of Devagiri. It must have been brought here during the raids and loots conducted by the Delhi Sultanate during the reign of Alauddin Khalji.

  • This structure that is made of Iron and other heavy elements weighs about 7 tonnes and fascinates the onlookers while retaining its beauty for such a long time. You would too be baffled by sheer resilience and longevity.

Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque

Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque Delhi

  • As you move further you would come across the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque. If the Islamic invaders and rulers prided themselves with one thing, then it would be building larger than life mosques. Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque just to the long list of grand mosques decorated over the landscape of Delhi.

  • While witnessing this incredible remnant you can find intricate carving upon its pillars, gates and domes that are religious and spiritual messages. You would also find that some pillars look out of place that are quite unusual to find in a mosque. Its entrance hosts the Alai Darwaza Dome that was built by Alauddin Khalji.

  • This is because Qutubuddin Aibak built this mosque after defeating Rajput Jains. The mosques feature a lot of pillars that were once a part of Jain Temples that were ravaged by the Mamluks. This blend of Islamic and Indian temple architecture takes the beauty of this place to another level.

Alai Minar

Alai Minar Delhi

  • After admiring the mosque, you can move ahead to come across the Alai Minar. At first you would think it is rubble of stone or some ruins. You wouldn’t be wrong. It is an unfinished minaret that was started by Alauddin Khalji.

  • According to historical texts, Khalji wished to build a taller and larger minaret than the pre-existing Qutub Minar. It was a plan in accordance with the expansion of Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque.

Tomb of Iltutmish

tomb of Iltutmish

  • By the time we reach this monument, it would already be getting darker and hence this might as well be your the stop before you head by to your hotel.

  • The tomb of Iltutmish is the resting place of the second emperor of the Delhi Sultanate, Iltutmish. What’s unique about this cenotaph is that it is a rich blend of various Hindu as well as Islamic elements that are incorporated into the carvings of pillars, walls and facades. What’s more is that the actual burial vault is located deep within the tomb and is lined with marble interiors.

  • With this your second day in Delhi comes to a halt. You can rest and retire into the comforts of your hotel room.

Day 3: Mehrauli Archaeological Park

On your third day of your trip to Delhi, you could continue your exploration of Mehrauli Archaeological Park. This becomes of the offbeat tours of Delhi where you explore the remaining monuments of the city that are optional for first time visitors.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year except.

Visit Timings - 8:00 AM to 6:30 PM

Entry Cost - No entry fee.

How to reach - The nearest railway station to reach to reach Mehrauli is Qutub Minar Metro Station. You can hire a cab or tuk tuk and ask the driver to take you to Jamali Kamali.

Let us know more about some prominent monuments out of the 440 structures that line this place:

Tomb of Balban

Tomb of Balban Delhi

  • Though in ruins at the moment, Tomb of Ghiyas ud din Balban is one of the most prominent monuments of Mehrauli. You would find the arch type remains of this tomb which are almost in rubble and have stood the test of time.

  • According to historians, the Tomb of Balban might as well be the first archway as well as dome structure built in India. But, since it is not a full-fledged one, Alai Darwaza holds the place of the first dome built in the country.

Jamali Kamali Mosque

Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb Delhi

  • As you come across this incredible monument, you would realize why Mughals loved building structures within gardens. Situated among lush greenery, the Jamali Kamali mosque will enthrall your senses.

  • With red sandstone and marble in its framework, the Jamali Kamali Mosque is considered as the inspiration for all the Mughal monuments across the country. Notice the elaborate ornate marble decorations on its domed roof. That’s vintage Mughal architecture in its glory.

  • It is dedicated to the tombs of Jamali-Kamali. Jamali being a renowned saint poet of the Lodi dynasty while not much is known about Kamali. Well, that just adds to the mystery of their association and legends regarding this place. Watch out, this place is believed to be haunted.

Rajon Ki Baoli

Rajon Ki Baoli Delhi

  • Further on your journey you come the Rajon Ki Baoli. Baoli which means stepwell in english, were structures to reserve rainwater. This Baoli in particular was built by Daulat Khan who was the governor of Lahore under the reign of the Lodi dynasty.

  • This deserted stepwell would give you the chills and it is inadvisable to stay here after dark. But it is great to admire this perfectly carved stepwell. It also houses a mosque and tomb in its vicinity.

Hauz-I-Shamsi

Hauz I Shamzi Delhi

  • Now we are nearing the borders of Mehrauli Village, but before that we would visit the last 4 monuments located at its boundaries. The first one being Haux-I-Shamsi. As you reach this quaint reservoir, you would achieve calm like nowhere else.

  • This reservoir that is built in the middle of an exquisite garden, was inspired from a dream of Iltumish regarding Mohammed. He noted that Mohammed asked him to build a monument at this very place. Quite an intriguing legend! This place is surely to get rid of the travel fatigue you might be experiencing.

Jahaz Mahal

Jahaz Mahal Delhi

  • Located near the Hauz-I-Shamsi and close to the borders of Mehrauli Archaeological Park, it is known as Jahaz because it looks like a ship. The resemblance of a ship is due to its proximity to the Hauz-I-Shamsi. It looks as if it is floating upon the waters of the reservoir.

  • It was also built during the reign of the Lodi Dynasty and is frequently occupied by locals and tourists alike.

Tomb of Adham Khan

Adham Khan Tomb Delhi

  • You wouldn’t believe when your guide will tell you that this majestic tomb was once used as a guest house by British officials. Though ruined much with time, the tomb was restored by Lord Curzon later. It belongs to the grave of Adham Khan, the foster brother of Emperor Akbar.

  • Notice that it stands on the ruined walls of Lal Kot and its architecture differs from other Mughal tombs. Adham can was executed by Akbar because he killed one of his beloved associates. This structure thus has a resemblance to the tombs made for traitors. You wouldn’t find this place deserted since locals occupy it during day time.

Zafar Mahal

Zafar Mahal Delhi

  • The last monument you see today, Zafar Mahal is located right at the boundaries of Mehrauli Archaeological Park and you would notice nearby localities around it. It is widely believed to be the last Mughal monument ever built. It was built by Bahadur Shah Zafar II, the last Mughal emperor.

  • Shah Zafar was exiled by the British to Myanmar and he wasn’t even buried in the land he loved the most. You would find that the highly resembles the Mughal monuments made from red sandstone and marble. It also houses a Moti Masjid *and the dargah of *Qutubuddin Bakhtiar Kaki, a Sufi saint in its complex.

  • With this, you Day 3 is well spent exploring the majority of historical monuments of Delhi. We have also expanded the itinerary for Day 4, in case you are willing to cover all remaining sites on your last day in Delhi. If you want to cover all of them, it is highly recommended you hire a *private cab and local tour guide of Delhi. *

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Day 4 : Government Buildings, Lodhi Gardens and much more.

Government Buildings

The Government buildings are part of the New Delhi National Capital region and it was created by British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. Following are some prominent government buildings you must visit:

Parliament of India (Sansad Bhavan)

Parliament of India

  • You can check this monument from the outside which is a circular structure the houses the major administrative houses of India namely the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.

Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan)

Rashtrapati Bhavan Delhi

  • With more than 300 rooms in this large structure, the Presidential Palace is the official residence of the President of India. You get a tourist pass and check out the lavish interiors of the Palace.

National War Memorial

  • Located among a circular boundary near the India Gate, the National War Memorial is dedicated to the Indian Armed Forces. You would find a red-colored pillar standing in the middle of it with the Sarnath Lion on the top.

Lodi Gardens

Lodi Gardens

  • By the name of it you would know that these are gardens. And you are right. Lodi Gardens were built during the reign of the Lodi Dynasty and is home to monuments like Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Tomb of Sikandar Lodi, Shisha Gumbad and Bara Gumbad.

  • All these monuments are located amidst lush green gardens sprawling across 90 acres of land. It is a popular place among the locals for an early morning walk and exercise. Thanks to its fresh air and serene surroundings.

Safdarjung Tomb

Safdarjung Tomb Delhi

  • A popular garden-style Mughal tomb, Safdarjung Tomb is a must-see. Built as the burial site of Mughal Prime Minister Safdar Jung, it boasts magnificent carvings, pillars, ornate domes and lush gardens.

Salimgarh Fort

  • Built by Salim Shah Suri, it is part of the Red Fort Complex and thus is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is believed that Emperor Aurangzeb used it as a prison in later times. He imprisoned his very own beloved daughter Zebunissa in this prison for 21 years until her death.

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Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple Delhi

  • A breathtaking modern day monument and a significant religious as well as spiritual site. The Akshardham Temple stands at a height of 141 feet and is dedicated to Lord Swami Narayan.

  • Apart from its spectacular architecture other notable things that you must see include pillars, sculptures, musical fountain and spiritual boat rides.

  • If you have more time to spare you could also visit places such as the Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, Purana Qila, ISKCON Temple and the Garden of Five Senses.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year

Visit Timings - 9.30 am to 6.30 pm

Entry Cost - INR 170 for adult and INR 100 for children above four years of age.

How to reach - The nearest railway station from Akshardham Temple is the Akshardham Metro Station. The nearest airport to reach the Akshardham Temple is Indira Gandhi International Airport. You can use public transport to reach the temple from anywhere in Delhi.

This marks the end of your elaborate and extensive 2 Day Trip of Delhi. This also includes an additional 2 Day trip Itinerary that helps you cover the rest of the city and its prominent monuments. This itinerary would surely help you gain a wholesome travel experience on your trip to Delhi.

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