Old Delhi Walk, Something for everyone!

Shahjahanabad, the city designed by the Mogul Emperor Shahjahan has something to offer to everyone. This city know that how to keep itself relevant to all the generations! From religion to shopping, to street food to photography; everyone finds their own reason to visit this 17th-century city. On DBC Walks, we would like to introduce you to this organized chaos where we will take you to some of the most beautiful temples, lost era mansions, beautiful rooftops, living some lost tales, soaking in spiritual vibes, shaking in market chaos and maybe having some peaceful snacks in some corners!

Now the postal code of Old Delhi is 110006 and we all call it Delhi 6 out of love! Come let’s turn up some pages of this really interesting diary and listen to the stories of Delhi 6.

We will make sure that stories of Old Delhi, Moguls, Saints, Poets, Gurus, and British Empires keeps you in a nostalgic world and at the same time living and walking with thousands of expressions per second.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Lal Quila/ Red Fort Metro Station Gate No. 1
DEPARTURE TIME Morning : 10.00 Am
Evening : 04.00 Pm
INCLUDED
English Speaking Guide / Storyteller / Delhi Lover Walk and E-Rickshaw in the city
 Chai (traditional Indian tea) & biscuits A bottle of mineral water
Some Delicious Snacks GST of 5%
NOT INCLUDED
Transport to and from Hotel
Gratuity (Optional)
Any Personal Expenses
Anything not mentioned in Cost Included

 

Highlights: Red Fort(from outside) – Jain Temple – Jalebi Wala – Kinari Bazaar – Nau Gharana – Chandani Chowk – Khari Baowli – Shishganj Gurudwara – Some Snacks Time

Additional information

Minimum Person For Booking2

Meeting Point:

Red Fort is the best place to start this DBC Walk! So, we are going to meet at Gate No. 1 of Metro Station of Lal Quila or Red Fort. You will find our guide standing outside the gate and waiting for you.

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
October 6, 2019

We did this on the 6th of October. Our guide, Jessvin was waiting for outside Lal Qila Metro Gate 1 at 4pm…. after taking us through different lanes which were bursting with chiarascuro of colours and smells and sounds, he found pockets of silence where he took us through the history of Chandni Chowk. He showed us the Khari Baoli and the different spots mentioned on the tour itinerary.. We sampled some delicious Delhi 6 cuisine, Jalebi, Mutter Samosa, Nan Khatai and chai… Jessvin ended the tour on a sombre note at the Sisganj Gurudwara.. He went one step further and took us to Jama Masjid to show the famous Karims and Qureshi Kabab Wala which we absolutely loved… now this tour was done by the 4 of us… out of which my husband and me have lived in Gurgaon for almost 3 years… I doubt we could have done justice to the wonder of Chandni Chowk the way Jessvin showed us around… it was amazing and we want to thank him for being such a patient and a wonderful guide.

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