Delhi, I Love you IN THE PRESS
The seven-day festival that begins here on February 22 with support from Delhi Tourism is set to bring together 31 organisations for 80 different walks across the city. "We have handpicked guided walking tours that reveal the incredible layers that our city has to offer.
The seven-day Delhi Walk Festival promises to help you rediscover the capital on foot. The 85 walks led by 30 specialists are centred around three hubs - Rai Lala Chunnamal Ki Haveli (Old Delhi), Alliance Francaise (Lodhi) and 1AQ, Qutub Minar. These points will also host performances by musicians, readings, film screenings and the like.
The Delhi Walk Festival by Delhi I Love You looks promising, with 80 different walks and 30 organisations conducting them. We're planning to go for these over this week and obviously, we had come up with a shortlist. Check out the ones which made the cut!
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