Street Shopping Experience Private Tour
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Product Code : AGORA189
This itinerary for a local street shopping experience in Delhi covers 6 popular markets, starting with the historic Chandni Chowk and its narrow alleys lined with shops selling everything from clothes and jewelry to spices and street food. You'll then move on to Khari Baoli, Asia's largest wholesale spice market, followed by Sarojini Nagar and Lajpat Nagar, both known for affordable fashion and accessories. Finally, you'll visit Janpath for handicrafts and souvenirs, and end your day at Dilli Haat, a popular open-air market showcasing the handicrafts and cuisine of various states in India.
Market 1: Chandni Chowk
10am pick up from your hotel.
Start the day and head to Chandni Chowk, one of the oldest and busiest markets in Delhi
Explore the narrow alleys and shops selling everything from clothes and jewelry to spices and street food
Some popular stores to check out include Dariba Kalan for jewelry, Paranthe Wali Gali for delicious parathas, and Khari Baoli for spices
Market 2: Khari Baoli
From Chandni Chowk, make your way to Khari Baoli, Asia's largest wholesale spice market
Browse through the countless shops selling a wide range of spices, nuts, and herbs
Don't miss out on the fragrant and colorful flower market nearby
Market 3: Sarojini Nagar
Next, head to Sarojini Nagar, one of the most popular markets for affordable fashion and accessories
Shop for trendy clothes, shoes, bags, and more at bargain prices
Bargaining is key here, so don't hesitate to negotiate with the shopkeepers
Market 4: Lajpat Nagar
After Sarojini Nagar, make your way to Lajpat Nagar, another bustling market known for its fashion and accessories
Here, you can find a mix of traditional and contemporary clothes, as well as jewelry, shoes, and bags
The market also has plenty of street food stalls where you can grab a quick bite
Market 5: Janpath
Next, head to Janpath, a popular market known for its handicrafts and souvenirs
Browse through the stalls selling traditional Indian artifacts, home decor, and clothing
Bargain hard to get the best deals on your purchases
Market 6: Dilli Haat
Finally, end your day at Dilli Haat, a popular open-air market that showcases the handicrafts and cuisine of various states in India
Browse through the stalls selling pottery, textiles, jewelry, and more
Don't forget to try out some of the delicious street food and regional cuisine available at the market's food stalls
At the end, we will drop you off at your hotel.
Private AC car/van for pick up and drop off from/to your hotel.
English speaking local guide, if option selected.
Entrance fees to monuments, if option selected.
Lunch, if option selected.
Bottled water in the car.
Camera charges at monuments.
Gratuities and optional activities.
Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.