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Market Tour - Authentic market where local people shop

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Product Code : AGORA239

A trip to Delhi remains incomplete without exploring the nooks and corners of the labyrinthine markets that deal with everything from local food to clothing and accessories to home décor items. The raw essence of India lies in the small stalls in the markets run by local traders and Delhi is enriched with many such market which remain bustling with local visitors and tourists throughout the week. Authentic Market Where Local People Shop include guided visit of Chandini Chowk, Connaught Place, Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, Karol Bagh, Sadar Bazar and Khan Market. Private air-conditioned transport from picks up till drop off to your hotel, English speaking guide, and rickshaw ride in Chandini Chowk.

Pick up from your hotel for Market tour - Authentic market where local people shop. Visit -

Chandini Chowk - One gets the greatest deals in the Chandni Chowk market because besides being one of the largest retail markets, it is a wholesale market as well. Traders from across the country flock here for sourcing various lifestyle related good

Connaught Place - a round market with colonnaded walkways, it is also the commercial center. Janpath is a lively market popular for inexpensive clothes, imitation jewelry, and antiques.

Sarojini Nagar - among the more crowded markets, especially on weekends, this market is known for shops selling clothes, ranging from cheap t-shirts to brand stores.

Lajpat Nagar - Lajpat Nagar is a residential and commercial neighborhood of the South Delhi district of Delhi. It is named in honor of Lala Lajpat Rai, also known the Lion of Punjab, and is today most known for the Lajpat Nagar Central Market.

Karol Bagh - Karol Bagh (also spelled as Qarol Bagh) is a neighborhood in Central Delhi district, Delhi, India. It is a mixed residential-cum-commercial neighborhood known for its shopping streets, like the Ghaffar Market and Ajmal Khan Road.

Sadar Bazar - The largest wholesale market of household items in Delhi, India. Like other major markets of Old Delhi, this market is very crowded and buzzes with activity. Although it is primarily a wholesale market, it also caters to occasional retail buyers. Owing to the sheer volumes that are traded here every day, a visit to the market can be termed sensory overload. In addition to being a market for traders, Sadar Bazaar is a parliamentary constituency, making it a hub for politics. 

Khan Market - one of Delhi’s oldest markets, this complex has a mix of regular stores and up-market restaurants. You can find a few branded outlets, some street vendors and other exciting shops. This market is famous for Ayurvedic medicines, government shops, books, cosmetic, clothing and others. This market is open from early in the morning until late night. (some shops remain closed on Sundays)

After the tour drop off to your hotel.

Transport by private AC deluxe car

Pick up and drop off to your hotel.

Services of a knowledgeable, government-licensed English-speaking tour guide.

Monument entrance fees & activities charges mentioned in the itinerary.

Bottled water within the vehicle.

All taxes.

Any meals.

Camera charges at monuments.

Gratuities (optional).