Delhi metro walk to boost tourism

Jama Masjid in old Delhi. Picture by Samarpita Banerjee
Jama Masjid in old Delhi. Picture by Samarpita Banerjee

September 11 (TravelAndy): On the occasion of World Tourism Day on September 27, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has decided to organise a walk along the metro route for tourists and residents alike.

This program is aimed at helping tourists explore the street charm of old Delhi.

The first walk will originate from Huda City Centre metro station and continue upto  Chandni Chowk metro station.

During the walk the tourists will visit the Delhi metro museum in Patel Chowk. The entire story of Delhi metro and its construction will be told and showed to the visitors.

From Delhi metro museum tourists would ride to Shahjahanabad. It is one of the historical areas of old Delhi. Here, tourists can explore the cultural and architectural enrichment of Delhi.

The per person cost of the tour is INR1,056. Children between 8-15 years will be charged INR528 per person. Kids up to 8 years can walk free of cost.

The walk will be conducted on September 27, from 8am to 11.30am.


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