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Delhi COVID 19 Tourist Guide

Tourists on their Delhi trip are required to adhere to social distancing protocols and wear masks at all times during their trip to Himachal. There are certain guidelines that need to be followed by the residents and tourists who plan on spending their holidays in Delhi. To seek exemption from Institutional quarantine you will have to submit a negative RT PCR test report on arrival. This test should have been conducted 72 hrs prior to undertaking the journey. For more information, please visit the COVID Travel Advisory for Delhi

About Delhi Holidays

- India is known as a melting pot of culture. And nowhere is that more evident than in the capital city of Delhi. With a history deep enough to have you submerged in intrigue. Delhi tour package is a treat for all your senses as well as your imagination. Where splendorous old town monuments stand beside gigantic, mirrored malls; where countless museums and memorials tell as much of a story as a customary dish at a street food stall. Where nature, wildlife and a tremendous human population, don’t just co-exist but thrive. Delhi truly is rare, a modern-day megacity that is brimming with centuries of heritage. Not many places in the world can compete. A trip to Delhi is a journey of the mind and body. No matter how much you think you know about Delhi or Delhi tours, there is much left to discover. There is the touristy side, and then there’s exploring Delhi like a local. Here are our top picks of Delhi packages for you! 

Top Delhi Tour Packages

Delhi Holiday Packages No. of Days Price*
Best of Himachal (Delhi) with Flexi Flights 6 Nights/7 Days Rs. 28 299.00
Mesmerizing Uttarakhand 6 Nights/7 Days Rs. 43 999.00
Staycation - Ibis New Delhi Aerocity - Family Getaways 1 Nights/2 Days Rs. 1 560.00
Ibis New Delhi Aerocity - Family Getaways 2 Nights/3 Days Rs. 12 900.00
Ibis Gurgaon Golf Course Road - Family Getaways 2 Nights/3 Days Rs. 13 900.00

With Thomas Cook India’s Delhi tour packages, you can select the kind of Delhi package experience you want. Or even better, a magical blend of it all that’s curated especially for you. It’s all possible when you book a Delhi tour with us. And at super affordable rates! You could choose to do a quick 2-3 day Delhi tour, which is enough time to catch all the big highlights. Or you can opt for a leisurely 6-7 day Delhi holiday package that lets you meander through the city and its surrounds at your own pace. To help you decide which way to go with your Delhi holiday, let Thomas Cook’s essential guide to Delhi packages give you all the information to simplify your choice.

You can find out just what this beautiful and historic city has in store for you. From the best places to visit in Delhi, the best time to visit, the top things to do in and of course, the best food in with our Delhi packages. Our travel experts have years of experience wandering and exploring the capital city to craft the perfect Delhi tour packages that suit every interest and budget. The perfect planning partner for your dream Delhi tour.


Highlights of Delhi Packages

Delhi is by no means an off the beaten path destination. In fact, the road to Delhi has been traversed by millions and millions before. So much of subcontinental history has evolved around it. Centuries of invaders and empires, communities and drifters, all leaving an indelible mark on the soul of the city. The icing on this cultural layer cake is the city’s modern avatar — a metropolitan brimming with life. That’s why a vacation to Delhi promises to be a riveting affair. But that doesn’t mean a Delhi holiday is only for culture vultures. There are thrills in store for all kinds of travellers, from couples to groups and families to friends. Famous festivals, gastronomic delights, spectacular monuments and museums, lovely day trips, bustling entertainment and nightlife — you name it, Delhi tourism has it. And you can soak it all in without a worry in the world, all thanks to the wonderful selection of Delhi tour packages made available to you.

No matter which one you select, what you get is a truly stimulating journey through one of the most fascinating cities in the world, just a super affordable click away! Explore the many available Delhi packages from different cities across India like Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Kolkata, curated especially for you by our travel experts. 

How to reach Delhi

Being the capital city of India, Delhi naturally has terrific connectivity to all other parts of the country as well as the world. Figuring out how to reach Delhi is one of the easiest parts of planning a Delhi holiday. With all modes available, it really comes down to convenience and choice. 

Reaching Delhi by Air

The Indira Gandhi International Airport in the western part of the city, welcomes daily, economical flights that make travelling to Delhi time and budget-friendly. Not a bad way to start your Delhi holiday. There are dedicated domestic and international terminals as well as top-class facilities at the airport, to make your journey as smooth as possible. Transfer services and public transport facilities are available at the exit. 

Reaching Delhi by Rail

Trains are a great way to reach Delhi, as it is the railway headquarters of North India. It doesn’t matter which part of the country you are coming from; you will always find a train to one of the seven major railway stations of Delhi. Delhi tour packages can be tailor-made to include single journey or return train travel. Chances are, you’ll arrive at either one of Old Delhi Railway Station (DLI), New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS) or Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station (NZM). 

Reaching Delhi by Road

Delhi offers superb road connectivity; however, it is only an ideal mode of transport for a Delhi vacation if you are travelling from one of the nearby states or general northern territory. Other-wise, the journey would simply be too long. But for those who can make the road trip, there are options aplenty. From driving down in the comfort of your own vehicle, state buses as well as pri-vate coaches or long-distance taxi services. 

Travelling within Delhi

Do not worry about getting around the city, on your Delhi trips. There are all the intra-city travel options you’d expect. The best of them is the metro, offering the quickest connectivity to the different zones of the capital region, with comfortable AC coaches and high frequency. For super-short distances or while you’re exploring a marketplace or area, you could opt for a cycle or auto rickshaw, the most practical way to move about narrow and crowded alleyways or roads. While of course, you can always haul a taxi, either flag one down on the street or through a digital app, both are convenient and safe. Bus services, while present, are not the ideal option for when one is on a Delhi holiday. 

Best Time to Visit Delhi

When you’re considering a trip to Delhi, the weather can play a significant role in what you finally decide is the best time for your Delhi tour. Summers are blisteringly hot and dry, monsoons offer cool respite but can be rather unpredictable, while winters are incredibly chilly and foggy. But there is no real off-season for tourism, with a steady flow of visitors pouring in all through the year. Generally, winter is considered the best time to visit Delhi, when you can easily layer up and explore the many attractions and experiences Delhi tourism has to offer. 

Whether sightseeing or culinary tours, park picnics or post-dinner clubbing, book your Delhi tour package between November and February, to be here for the best time of the year. From March onwards, Delhi’s infamous scorching summer begins, all the way up to June. If a high Celsius count doesn’t put you off, opt for a summer Delhi tour. A perfect time to plan a luxurious getaway with plenty of air-conditioned comfort. Between July and September, Delhi witnesses its monsoon season, which can often see heavy downpours. However, it is still a magical time to tour the city, when the greenery is at its lushest best and there’s plenty of dry hours to get your fill of the outdoors

Places to see in Delhi

Historical Monuments

Delhi is a hub of historically important places and monuments. Following are some of the famous historic important places in Delhi:

Humayun’s Tomb – A historical landmark in Delhi

This 15th century mausoleum for Emperor Humayun is one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture, and rightly a modern-day UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sitting on the banks of the Yamuna, the red stone and white marble marvel is exquisitely built in traditional geometric and symmetric design, surrounded by paradisiacal Persian inspired gardens with water channels, fountains and blooms. An early evening visit lets you witness the monument in perfect lighting. Un-missable for those on a Delhi tour

Qutub Minar – Must visit monument on your Delhi trip

Yet another red stone and marble masterpiece is the Qutub Minar, a spectacular 13th century landmark that exemplifies the Indo-Islamic architectural style. The world’s tallest brick minaret is magnificent from top to bottom. While exploring the complex, you can also see the Alai-Darwaza or gateway, intricately unscripted walls and towering archways. Once you’ve seen it all, easily visit nearby attractions like Jahaz Mahal, Mehrauli Archaeological Park and the Garden of Five Senses, that are all at walking distance. 


APJ Abdul Kalam Memorial

A late president, a foremost scientist, an honest humanitarian, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam meant so many things to India. Today, the APJ Abdul Kalam Memorial is a museum that tells of the life and times of this extraordinary inspiration. Through a special curation of everything from his personal artifacts to collection of works, discover the story of his journey and achievements. The memorial is located in Dilli Haat, INA, a recommended memorial park on your Dubai package. 

Air Force Museum

Only on a Delhi vacation will you have the chance to visit a military aviation museum. The Air Force Museum is a one-of-a-kind glimpse into the history and accomplishments of the Indian Air Force, through wondrous exhibits. Look at a gallery of old photographs dating as far back as World War I, see the faces of aviary heroes past, and most importantly, get a close up of actual military aircrafts with many vintage models on display. The perfect dose of national pride and inspiration for the rest of your Delhi holiday. 

National Crafts Museum

Every state or region across India has its own traditional arts and crafts, that have been passed down the generations as a community skill. At the National Crafts Museum, you can see all of them under one roof. There are over 33,000 objects and artefacts displayed across the museum, including paintings, terracotta and clay creations, textiles and fabrics, wooden, bamboo and cane crafts, metal objects and other tribal-made articles. When you’re done observing, visit the gift shop for souvenirs and the café for a tasty bite. 

National Museum

A place that can be enjoyed by one and all, while on a trip in Delhi, is the National Museum of India. Founded in 1949, the institute boasts an expansive repository of artefacts that date as far back as the ancient civilizations. Relics from across India and the world have been curated by the museum over the last six decades, and displayed here inquisitive minds to explore to their heart’s content. From manuscripts to numismatics, jewellery to textiles, there’s every form of historic creation to be found here, giving you a unique glimpse into past eras of human cultural evolution. Aside from the exhibits, the National Museum is also a learning centre and knowledge repository. 

National Science Museum

Whether you are a family on a Delhi tour with young kids, or grown-ups who simply love feeling a child like joy, a trip to the National Science Museum is in order. The museum is divided into eight different sections, showcasing exhibits on various scientific subjects, from physics to biology, all presented in a fascinating and engaging way. The Fun Science section is definitely a favourite, where many scientific concepts are explained practically. There’s also a section reserved for future technology and advancements, how cool is that! 

Street Food in Delhi

Chawri Bazaar

Let your tastebuds wander through this charming Old Delhi market that’s brimming with local delicacies, both savoury and sweet. For early risers, the nagori halwa puri at Shyam Sweets is a breakfast to brighten your mood. Fancy a delicious lunch? Look no further than Lotan Chole Wala for the spice-fuelled staple made to perfection. While Ashok Chaat Bhandar is an all-day option, to sample the myriad chaats and snacks. Of course your sweet tooth deserves a treat too. And that’s just what it gets, at the heritage kulfi stall called Kuremal. Do make sure to visit this place on your Delhi package.

Lajpat Nagar

You could spend hours roaming the streets of Lajpat Nagar, given that it is also one of the most popular shopping districts of Delhi. Amidst the countless stores, discover street food havens serv-ing up local favourites. Like the yummy aloo puri at Tewari Sweets, the mouthwatering North Indian specialties at Bhalla King and Krishna Kachori Bhandar. If that doesn’t satisfy your cravings, you can also find amazing Chinese food street carts as well as some great continental bites at Gol-den Fiesta. The Lajpat Nagar is a colorful market to be visited on your Delhi trip.

Chandni Chowk

Explore one of the world’s most spectacular marketplaces on your Delhi holiday. Chandni Chowk is a place where you simply surrender to your senses and let them guide the way. You couldn’t find a bigger spice market anywhere. And there’s every other kind of produce and preparation too! Little wonder this is one of the best food tours of Delhi tourism. In a long list of must-visit eateries, the ones you simply can’t miss are Bishan Swaroop Chaat Bhandar, Parathe Wali Gulli, Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala and Kedarnath Premchand Halwai. 

Karol Bagh

When in Central Delhi, make your way to Karol Bagh market to satisfy your hunger pangs. Here you’ll find an assortment of tempting snacks, confectioneries and drinks. Take your pick, from hot off the stove pakoras and kachoris to rich, creamy butter chicken or flavoursome nail nihari. There’s always a lassi stall nearby to wash down your meal on your Delhi trip. Dessert lovers can find the city favourites like kulfi and jalebi too. 

Jama Masjid 

If you’re looking to sample true Mughlai delicacies, make your way to Jama Masjid in Old Delhi. From biryani to kebabs, curries to masala meat preparations, you can smell it all before you even get to taste, just strolling through the area. Treat yourself to the indulgent flavours just as royals once did, especially from popular joints like Karim’s, Al Jawahar, Aslam Chicken Corner, Ameer Sweet House and Nawab Qureshi’s, where you can end your gastronomic escapade with a refresh-ing roohafza watermelon shake! If you are someone who loves non-vegetarian food, you must visit this place on your Delhi packages.

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