Sightseeing in Delhi and evening Transfer to International Airport
Today we organise a sightseeing of Delhi covering some important tourist destination like the beautiful Red Fort (Lal Qila) built by Shah Jahan in 1648 which served as the seat of Mughal power until 1857. This stunning structure with its tall, red sandstone walls covers an area of more than two square kilometres,
Qutub Minar: completed in the 12th century, the beautiful Qutub Minar is India’s tallest minaret. It’s also known as a UNESCO Word Heritage Site .
The Jama Masjid is one of India’s largest mosques and was the final architectural feat of Shah Jahan. Completed in 1658, this beautiful structure features three gateways, four angled towers, and two 40-meter-high minarets built using red sandstone and white marble and attractively alternated in vertical stripes.
Humayun’s Tomb, situated in a lovely, large square garden, is a lofty mausoleum constructed of white marble and red sandstone. It was designed as a prototype of the Taj Mahal in Agra and is an excellent example of Mughal architecture.
The galleries of the National Museum, New Delhi: one of the largest museums in India following a historical sequence, with all major periods represented. Highlights include archaeological finds, along with exhibits of terra-cotta toys, images and pots, jewellery, seals, bronze and copper implements, sculpture, musical instruments, tapestry, tribal masks, swords, and murals.
After the sightseeing we bring you back to the hotel for a wash and change and later in the night we transfer you to International Airport.