Free Fusion Walk - Old Delhi
Our Free Fusion Walk of Old Delhi is an ode to the city that was built by Shahjahan and by numerous rulers before him. Centuries back when it was originally constructed by Shahjahan little did he know that it would become the part of the legend, a city that will be visited and revisited even centuries after it was originally constructed. At its peak this city was bustling with activities with its busy bazaars, royal gardens and architecture marvels which people longed to visit. Today when we walk through the cobweb of narrow alleys of Old Delhi the imprints of the bygone era still co exist beautifully with a touch of modernization that has come with the 21st Century. Our Free Fusion Walk of Old Delhi gives you the freedom to enjoy the colorful madness of Old Delhi at a price you like. We don’t charge any price for conducting this walk, you have the freedom to decide what you would like to pay at the end of the walk based on your experience.
Our Fusion Walk explores the four aspects that old Delhi is famous for – its Architecture, Food, Bazaars and its Secular nature. In our Free Fusion Walk of old Delhi we will take you through some of the famous eating joints in Old Delhi and some of the most famous markets, we give you the freedom to choose whether you would like to try some of these mouth watering, world famous delicacies or not and also if you would like to fill up those shopping bags while passing through the famous Old Delhi markets. For whatever you choose to buy or eat you can pay directly to the shop vendors.
Our 2.5 hour (approx.) walking tour will end at Chawari Bazaar Metro Station, where you will have the freedom to pay whatever price you like for the tour experience. Join our Free Fusion Walk of Old Delhi and be sunk into the colourful madness of the city.
|Duration||2.5 hours approx.|
|Time||08:30 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. (Daily)|
|Price||Pay What You Like for the Walk|
|Meeting Point||Digambar Jain Red Temple/ Lal Mandir Opposite Red Fort|
|Nearest Metro Station||Chandni Chowk Metro Station|
WHAT TO WEAR?
Kindly dress modestly as we will be walking through some of the conservative parts of the neighbourhood. It is advisable to wear full length pants, long dresses or full length skirts. Avoid any kind of short length clothing or revealing tops and dresses. For places of worship do carry something to cover the head. As the tour involves a fair bit of walking comfortable pair of shoes are advisable.
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND
- Kindly carry enough water for the tour.
- We recommend light breakfast in case you wish to try Old Delhi food delicacies
- Prior reservation for this walking tour is necessary to ensure your seat.
- If you are a group of 6 or more you need to book a private walk with us. Click here for details.
- Kindly reach at least 10 minutes before the start of the walking tour
PRIVATE FUSION WALK – OLD DELHI
Group of 6 or More People, get information for booking Private Walk here
If you are alone or a couple or a small group wishing to do your own customized FUSION WALK – OLD DELHI (Private) with us we are happy to assist. You can book the FREE FUSION WALK – OLD DELHI as a private walking tour. To know the price and booking details kindly contact us directly by either calling us at +91-9582630406 or by mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet you at the Digambar Jain Red Temple/ Lal Mandir Opposite Red Fort, the king’s palace, the heart of Old Delhi to begin our incredible Old Delhi experience together. The story of Old Delhi unfolds in front of us as we cross the principal street of Old Delhi Chandni Chowk or the Moonlight square. We view various important shrines of different religions like the Digambar Jain Lal Mandir, Gauri Shankar Temple, Baptist Church, etc which exist on one road. We view a haveli from inside to see its architecture and the lifestyle of the people there. Then sampling some famous Old Delhi food we walk through the famous markets like the Dariba Kalan (Silver market), Kinari Bazaar (Wedding market). We also make our way to the largest mosque in India the Jama Masjid and then pass through the main market of Chawri bazaar to finally end the walk at the Chawri Bazaar Metro station.
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