New Delhi - India
Historical and Cultural tour over Mughal Heritage, Lodhi Garden, Humayun Tomb and Akshardham Temple in New Delhi
British architects Sir Edwin Lutyens & Herbert Baker were extremely influential for planning and designing what we now know as New Delhi. In fact, many call the city Lutyen’s Delhi because he designed some of the most prominent monuments such as India Gate, Parliament House and the Secretariat Building.
On this walking tour, you will explore the parts of the city that are known for being designed and influenced by these two world famous architects. Throughout the tour, you will see the following sites:
Indian Gate: A war memorial dedicated to all who have died for the country
The Janpath: One of the most important streets in New Delhi, also known as the People’s Path.
The Parliament Building: Home to India’s congress
The Rashtrapati Bhawan: The Presidential palace, surrounded by a luscious green space, in the heart of the city
Don’t settle for a less historical tour. Truly learn and understand the influences of Great Britain on New Delhi and on India with our walking out - you won’t regret it!