Things to do in Delhi under Golden Triangle Tour

The capital city of India, Delhi draws major attention of tourists and is also considered as a triangle city of India. The most searchable tour of India, Golden Triangle Tour starts with the exploration of marvels of Delhi. The nation’s capital is dotted with various UNESCO world heritage sites that you can easily explore in your triangle tour. It is divided into Old Delhi and New Delhi which shows the marvels of ancient as well as modern era architectural style. Here are some of the best things to do in Delhi which you can include in your Golden Triangle Tour itinerary.

Gawking at the largest mosque of the world  

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Qutub Minar is one of the major attractions of Delhi and a notable UNESCO world heritage site. The towering attraction of Delhi, Qutub Minar stands at the height of 240 feet with 379 staircases. The architectural design of Qutub Minar purely built from marble and red sandstone.

Rikshaw ride tour of Chandni Chowk 

One of the ancient markets of India, Chandni Chowk is the most popular market street in Delhi. Enjoy Rikshaw ride in the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk which is the best way to witness the lifestyle of locals.

Savor the mouth-watering taste of Indian delights at Delhi 

The most popular street of Chandni Chowk, Paranthe Wali Gali is home of some of the delightful lip-smacking paranthas or fried bread. Various types of Paranthas can be found in the narrow lanes of the street which will fill your mouth with water within its first bite.

Visit Asia’s largest spice market 

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Khari Baoli is the largest spice markets in Delhi which are known for its wholesale spice markets selling all sort of Indian spices, nuts, herbs, and other related food products. Don’t forget to cover your mouth with handkerchief or scarf, as the aroma of these species can affect you.

So enjoy all these must do things in Delhi under Golden Triangle Tour Packages and witness the cultural charm of India at the very first destination of triangle cities.