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Romantic City Tour - A new Fad in Delhi

Indian Capital City Delhi, not only attracts tourists from different parts of the world but also people who are working and living here find little time to visit many parts of the city. To draw them out, many Restaurants and Travel Operators have started offering them packages which helps people enjoy for a day or just a part of the day time they can spare. Packages varies from Rs1500 to Rs6000/Rs7000. Cherishx.com, Expeiencesaga.com and many others have started services for people in and around delhi and it is catching up among delhites. People mostly couples are buying their packages and the concept of organised romantic tour of the place which is not far away from where they live is catching up fast.

People are mostly looking for Romantic Candle Light, Anniversary Special, Weekend Specials and Birthday Packages. It saves time and everything happens in an organized way.


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