In New Delhi explore the 16th Century Humayun’s Tomb built by Haji Begum, senior wife of Humanyun the 2nd Mughal Emperor. It is an early example of Mughal architecture in Delhi, a rose petal sandstone mausoleum. visit Qutab Minar is a soaring, 73 m-high tower of victory, built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak immediately after the defeat of Delhi’s last Hindu kingdom;India Gate, the 42-metre-high, free-standing arch, designed by Lutyens, built in 1931, is dedicated to 90,000 soldiers of the Indian Army who died in World War I. The interesting Bangla Sahib Sikh temple which feeds thousands of people every day through its huge community kitchen. Drive past the President’s House, the official residence of president of India.
Evening street food & cultural walk of Old Delhi. One of the major draws of Delhi, among other things, is its vibrant and eclectic food scene. The average middle class urban Delhi resident has acquired a global palate and is familiar with a
range of cuisines from across the world. Yet, notwithstanding the profusion of European, Asian, American and Mediterranean food options, locals keep returning to Old Delhi aka ‘PuraniDilli’ for their fill of soul satisfying comfort street food. While tastes might veer towards the exotic, food cravings continue to be satisfied by good ‘ol street fare. Not surprisingly, old Delhi street food enjoys considerable branding, so even posh restaurants now claim to offer authentic old Delhi street food. But this food is best enjoyed in its original setting, in the noisy labyrinthine by lanes of Chawri Bazaar and Chandni Chowk where golden gurdwaras share space with historic mosques.
Overnight at the hotel.