Descubra las tradiciones culinarias y espirituales de la Vieja Delhi en un recorrido de 3 horas por la comida y el recorrido que incluye paradas para disfrutar de una deliciosa comida de la calle. Viaje en metro, rickshaw y camine con su guía para visitar Jama Masjid, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, y Gurudwara (Templo Sikh). Pruebe su elección de chaat (bocadillos) vegetarianos favoritos como chole bhature, dahi bhalla, aloo chaat, lassi y platos de carne como pollo tikka o cordero seekh kebab. El tour incluye aperitivos y un paseo en rickshaw.
Visita de 3 horas a la antigua Delhi y comida callejera
Prueba una variedad de favoritos de comida callejera
Vea el exterior de Jama Masjid, una de las mezquitas más importantes de la India
Introducción perfecta para los visitantes por primera vez.
This Trip was a very amazing expirience and we saw a lot of Old Delhi's small Streets, taste delicious Food, had a Lassi as well and the Guide was so Kind and he knows a lot. We also visit the Spice Market and we had a Change to bought some.
I can recommend this 3 Hours Trip, this is a must when you Visit India, well done and 5 Stars !!!!
Thoroughly enjoyed this tour...the food was delicious and getting around the area was an adventure. It was a fast paced experience with an intense atmosphere within our surroundings in this complex city.
This day trip was really fun and I got to try lots of street food of course the goal of the tour! Raj was a fabulous guide and as a lone female traveller, I appreciated his attention to making sure I was picked up and dropped off at my hotel. Best tasting was at the dumpling vendor :
A good tour and quite a long time for us as we only landed and got to our hotel an 1 1/2 hrs before the tour. The tour gave a door insight to Delhi and using all forms of transport to se the city was a bonus metro, Tuk Tuk, and rickshaw and the walk through the streets has to be done to appreciate the amount of people that live and work there. We saw temples and the commercial areas together with eating at the street food. All in all I would recommend this tour to give you a flavour of Delhi. The only downside after a lengthy tour around was going to a spice market shop and feeling obliged to buy some items from them. The tour guide was good, knowledgeable and took great care of us from the time of picking us up to dropping us off back at our Hotel.
This tour delivered! After taking the metro, we took an autorickshaw to see the Mosque. The Market lay open before us. Walking through the narrow passages, full of colourful wares, overflowing with people, rickshaws and motorcycles was an amazing way of getting close to the Old Delhi. We stopped at a 150 years old Paranthe Wala to share a delicious meal of veggies, lentils and fried dough. Next stop was at the Sikh Temple, where we washed our feet and covered our heads. We observed service and toured a volunteer-staffed kitchen, which feeds up to 5000 poor people a day. Rickshaw ride through to super crowded streets was exhilarating and led us to the spice market. We bought spices and proceeded to the final dining spot, where we indulged in dosas, spicy potatoes and paneer pakoras! So good! We walked back to the metro and our super-friendly guide walked us back to our hotel. We were a bit tired and so full! We learned a lot about history and Old Delhi from our English speaking guide. We ate the best food, we had in India. Great tour! Remember to wear comfortable shoes and dress for walking and riding rickshaws. Ladies, bring a scarf to cover your head and no short, revealing clothes.