Delhi is a major destination for tourists from all the other countries in the world. Delhi is known for its enigmatic attractions that people come to see throughout the year. It exhibits some of the finest historical monuments, museums, shopping centers, hotels, gardens and restaurants.

The city is separated into two parts, the Old Delhi and the New Delhi. The Old Delhi mainly consists of the major attractions such as forts, mosques, ancient monuments and various mind blowing attractions. On the other hand, the New Delhi is a newly developed area. Government offices and buildings are found in this part of Delhi.

If you are planning to visit the city, you can enlist the services of a company that offers Delhi sightseeing tours such as Reality Tours & Travel. You can choose a tour package that enables you to tour the sights of your choice. Some of the places you can consider visiting is the Sanjay Colony on the slum and Sightseeing tour. In Old Delhi, you can visit the Red Fort and Jama Masjid. Ideally, you should visit these places in the evening when it’s the busiest. Other places to tour include:

Lodhi Gardens

Being an ancient tomb monument, Lodhi Gardens is famous for housing many ancient tombs, including Mohammed Shah’s tomb, which dates way back to 1444 and Sikandar Lodhi’s tomb. The two tombs were the last remaining octagonal tombs from that period of Indian history. The Lodhi Garden was formerly known as lady Wellington Park. The park contains a jogging trail that is well maintained and an extensive garden surrounding the tombs where visitors can wander. The tombs might be the main attractions for people who are interested in history and architecture. The gardens also have mosques and bridges built during the Sayyid and Lodhis period in the 15 th century.

Qutab Minar

Another attraction is Qutab Minar, which is a tower of victory. Qutab-ud-din Aibik built it in 1193 after Delhi’s last Hindu kingdom was defeated. This tower has 5 unique stories. The Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque is located at the tower’s foot. It was the first mosque that was built in India.

Humayun’s Tomb

This is the other site you can visit on a Delhi sightseeing tour. Humayun’s Tomb was built in 1562 by a widow, Hamida Banu Begum, wife to the late Mughal Emperor Humayun. The tomb is located near Nizamuddin in east Delhi. This magnificent 16thcentury tomb was the earliest large scale of Mughal architecture. In 1993, the tomb was recognized as a UNESCO World heritage site. This tomb is also famous as the first garden tomb to be built in the Indian Subcontinent.

The President’ Place and the buildings surrounding it

You can also tour the president’s palace and other nearby buildings when on a Delhi tour. Although, visitors are not allowed inside, the buildings are easily visible because they are situated on the top of a hill.

Okhla vegetable market

This market is famously known for having many different kinds of fruits and vegetables from all over the world. The market is popular for both locals and wholesalers all around Delhi. Street sellers purchase their fruits in this market and resell them for a profit.