The New Delhi capital was designed by Sir Edward Lutyens. We first start the day visiting. The Qutub Minar, 72 metres high and the most curious minaret architecture. Visit the uncorroded Iron Pillar, which dates back to the 4th century AD. Enjoy shopping in Dilli Haat. Situated in the heart of Delhi, the unique Delhi Haat is an upgraded version of the traditional weekly market, offering a delightful amalgam of craft, food and cultural activities offering a kaleidoscopic view of the richness and diversity of Indian handicrafts and artifacts. Then we drive for an interesting drive passing through the impressive Rajpath, World War I memorial arch, the India Gate towards Presidential Palace. Visit Mughal Emperor Humayun's Tomb built in 1565 AD. Raj Ghat is worth a visit where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated in 1948.
Visit Old Delhi - the 350-year-old walled city was built by Emperor Shah Jehan in 1648 as his capital. Narrating the city's Mughal past, Old Delhi, takes you through the labyrinthine streets passing through formidable mosques, monuments and forts. Opposite the Red fort are the black and white onion dome and minarets of the Jama Masjid, the most elegant mosque in India. Enjoy a rickshaw ride Visit the Red fort.
Agra is famous as being home to one of the Seven Wonders of the world-the Taj Mahal.
The architectural splendour of the mausoleums, the fort and the palaces is vivid reminder of the opulence of the legendary Mughal empire, of which Agra was the capital in the 16th and early 17th centuries. While its significance as a political center ended with the transfer of the capital to Delhi in 1634 by Shah Jahan, its architectural wealth has secured its place on the international map. A pleasant town with a comparatively slow pace, Agra is known for its superb inlay work on marble and soapstone by craftsmen who are descendants of those who worked under the Mughals. The city is also famous for its carpets, gold thread embroidery and leather shoes.