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If you love visiting your favorite haunts in Delhi but are afraid of being turned away by the night guards, there might be good news for you. As temperature rises in Delhi, night hours become the only time to wander around and explore the city. Like any metropolitan, Delhi has a vibrant nightlife. But for those who’d rather hang around an old monument (a moonlight picnic?), read on.
Evening Heritage Walks
Delhi Tourism has recently unveiled an exciting plan to introduce daily evening tours, aiming to enhance tourism and generate increased revenue during the summer season. Dubbed as "Delhi by Evening," this new initiative will showcase some of the city's renowned monuments and popular tourist attractions between 5 PM and 10 PM.
According to sources, the tour will commence at the National War Memorial, followed by a visit to India Gate, allowing participants to soak in the captivating ambiance. A leisurely stroll along the Kartavya Path will be the next highlight of the itinerary. The tour will then proceed to illuminate two magnificent structures, namely Qutub Minar and Safdarjung Tomb, which will remain open until 8:30 PM. The final stop will be Dilli Haat, offering tourists an opportunity to indulge in shopping and savor a delectable dinner.
Notably, the tour will provide dedicated pick-up and drop-off points, ensuring convenient transportation for visitors. Additionally, a knowledgeable tour guide will be available to assist and enlighten tourists throughout the journey. This thoughtful arrangement is aimed at striking a harmonious balance between providing a traveler-friendly experience and delivering factual information about Delhi's cultural landmarks.
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