Things to do in Delhi after Delhi By Cycle
Delhi BY Cycle Bike Tours in Delhi

“Can you tell me the best places to visit in Delhi before my flight tomorrow?”

“Where do you suggest I go after this tour? I don’t want to go back to the hotel?”

These are some of the most common questions at the end of our tour. Delhi is more than just a connecting city! It is adorned with history, stories of which you can feel in the monuments scattered around the Aravalli range where Delhi proudly flourishes. It spoils you with choices of local cuisines and street food that can’t be compared with the expansive meal under the high ceilings. To each their own, so if you are looking for fine dine restaurants, there is no dearth of global menus for it either. And there is plethora of activities to get your adrenaline rush once again. Where do we start with such a gamut of options? Here are some simple yet awesome ideas to complete your day…

What to see?

If you are a history buff, make your way towards the Humayun Tomb and Safdarjung Tomb to continue your quest for answers about the Mughal rulers’ reign and their architectural style about which we converse in our Old Delhi tours specifically. Or travel centuries back in time before the Mughal Empire rule and pay a grand visit to the tallest brick minaret in the worldQutab Minar to understand about the first dynasty of Delhi Sultanate i.e. Mamluk dynasty. The Delhi Sultanate was annexed by the Mughal Empire in 1526.

Delhi BY Cycle Bike Tours in Delhi

Where to shop?

If shopping means taking back some memories of India, then your search ends at Janpath. Think souvenirs, shoes, clothing, accessories etc. and you find it here that boast of local handicrafts and handlooms. There are tales of yesteryears behind the welcoming smiles, some of whom are decedents of Tibetan refugees who were given shops to run by the Indian government. It is one of the most significant radial road from the commercial and high-street shopping hub, Connaught Place, a masterpiece of British Colonial architectural design.

Connaught Place, Delhi By Cycle, Cycle Tours in Delhi

Where to unwind?

Look past the jungle of concrete and true to its word, there are jungles of nature as well where you can relax after an adventurous 4 hours of cycling in Delhi with us. Unravel at the Lodhi Garden with lush green lawns, bushes, and trees that beautifully frame the monuments within it from Lodhi Dynasty, the last dynasty of the five that ruled over the Delhi Sultanate. Or switch your rails to a different history by visiting the Rail Museum and discover about the chronicle of Indian trains and enjoy the ride.

What to experience?

There is more than a historical journey of time immemorial in the capital city. Dive into another realm of experience of cinemas in an open-air theater or groove your way to a musical event; be it live bands in resto-bars or concerts held across the city if you are lucky to be around at the time. If the adventure in you is seeking for some more thrill, glide your way to an air safari and appreciate Delhi from a completely new perspective.

How to get around and what to keep in mind?

The best and safest way to get around the city is by metro rail network besides booking a cab or a three-wheeler auto. Keep in mind that all autos have a meter and you would want them to use it. If not, I trust that you have some very strong negotiation skills!

There is always a next time, but why not see the most of Delhi in this trip of yours? Time to plan out your day post a wonderful cycling tour of Delhi with yours truly, Delhi by Cycle.

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Comments

S. Sekharjit Singh
March 1, 2019
Promotion of tourism in Delhi at its best. Have been to all these places but never looked at them against the background narrated here. I would be a wiser tourist next time.
March 7, 2019
So glad to know that it gave you a new perspective to enjoy Delhi the next time you are on tour here. Thank you for your kind words!
Hemona
March 7, 2019
It’s lovely to gain new perspective of all these places through this beautiful piece of narrative. Makes me wanna explore more of Delhi.

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