In the north of India lies the metropolis of Delhi, which includes New Delhi, the capital of the country, and is known as the National Capital Territory of Delhi
In Delhi two completely different worlds meet - both with their own charm, their own characteristics and both certainly worth a visit. Discovering Delhi on a walking tour is therefore always an experience and shows you the two faces of the city.
On the one hand Old Delhi, which was once the capital of Islamic India and today captivates with its narrow streets and huge mosques. In complete contrast to this is New Delhi, which knows how to impress its visitors with its imperial flair, the generous Allen and the imposing government buildings
A city tour in Delhi not only shows you the monuments of the great moments and rulers of the city, but also takes you on a journey through the different cultures
Facts & Figures: The metropolis of Delhi is about 490 km² in size and has about 14 million inhabitants - making it the second largest city in the country after Mumbai
Delhi sights: There are many things worth seeing in Delhi. Special highlights are the Red Fort, the mosque Jama Masjid, the Qutb complex, the Humayun mausoleum or the Hazrat Nizamuddin
Souvenirs: Popular souvenirs from India are carpets, ceramics, jewellery, bronze figures or a miniature Buddha