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Delhi, the capital of India, has been a massive tourist attraction for time immemorial. The history of mediaeval India and multiple other strong dynasties thrived under Delhi Sultanate and thrived well. With sprawling metro routes, a humongous airport with multiple international flights, innumerable monuments and a genial populace are all the great things that make Delhi what it is. The heady cocktail of Old Delhi, with Jama Mosque and Red Fort in close vicinity merge seamlessly with the quintessential glamorous new world with thrifty shopping place, theatres and many more. Here is a list of the best places in Delhi you need to visit! along with their photos.


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1. India Gate

India Gate

India Gate is a war memorial and the most visited tourist attraction in Delhi. You will see a lot of people enjoying a nice walk and some go for picnic throughout the year. Kids will love icecream specially during summer time. Its unique arch structure makes it look very beautful during night time.


2. Tughlaqabad Fort

Tughlaqabad Fort Delhi

Tughlaq Dynasty had built the huge fort back in 1321 which stand tall till date. It is set up amid a well established residential-commercial area of Tughlaqabad and is a favoured choice of basking under the sun for wintry Delhi afternoons.


3. Tomb of Safdarjang

Safdarjang Tomb Delhi

Rightly proclaimed as ‘last flicker in the lamp of Mughal architecture’, the tomb of Safdarjang is surrounded by beautiful gardens of the Mughal charbagh style. By the bustle of Lodhi garden, stands this serene peaceful place, ready to astound people.


4. Humayun’s Tomb

Humayun Tomb Delhi

The UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE was built after the death of Humayun. The tomb was built by Humayun's widow Bega Begum and said to be of the same stature as Taj Mahal, just made of red sand stone instead of white Marble stones. The first garden tomb in the Indian Subcontinent, this amazing building stands in the centre of a square garden called ‘Charbagh’ amid shallow water channels running through it. The tomb has witnessed Several rulers of the Mughal Dynasty lying buried here.

5. The Old Fort and National Zoo
A walk upto the Old Fort will show you the ruins dating back to royal era. However add to that, a place to watch funny activities of hippos and the hysterical laughs of the hyaenas, situated just beside, the National Zoo.


6. Agrasen ki Baoli

Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi

An old school way to preserve water, an ancient style to be precise, the Baoli is situated just at the heart of the city. The tall buildings of Connaught Place has tucked away this hideaway that helps flourish budding poets, scribbling the magical thoughts just on a pen on paper.


7. Garden of Five Senses

Garden of Five Senses Delhi

Multiple sculptures and murals adorn the serpentine walk through the beautifully decorated garden. Of course it plays the cupid as romance blossoms among the youngsters. A walk amid the fragrant shrubs, trees and gourmet food courts is ever memorable.

8. Hauz Khas Village and Deer Park

HauzKhas Village Delhi

The fort is strategically located at the center of the capital city, by a beautiful lake. Take a stroll around the lake, along the deer park and adorable swans. The place features the finest of boutiques, shopping options, occasional calm moments as well.

9. Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple Delhi

A priority on your must places places, Akshardham is a beautiful Hindu temple, located at the eastern side of the capital city and is well connected with metro station (Akshardham, Blue line). We strongly recommend a stay till late evening so that you can see the fascinating fountain show. The sprawling garden is made up of beatitude


10. Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple Delhi

The Bahá’í House of Worship is an architectural masterpiece that marvels tourists and peace lovers alike. Unlike other religious centers, there is no identical ritual practice and silence looms large. Nehru Place is the nearest metro station to this place of wonder.


11. Iskcon Temple

Iskcon Temple Delhi

We cannot emphasise enough on the Arti that elevates a soul spiritually to a new high. The walls are intricately sculptured, splendid idols adorn the altar. There are chants and energetic vibes all around the temple complex. In short, the temple is a rejuvenating spiritual experience.

12. Nizammudin Dargah
We strongly suggest you to listen to the famous rehman tune from rockter that marks the zenith of Sufi culture. The dargah never have differentiated between devotees based on caste and creed and has been resonating the beautiful Sufi music from all the four corners of the wall. The Kawalis on Saturdays and Thursdays are the ones that appeal the most to every individual.

13. Lodhi Garden

Lodhi Garden Delhi

Architectural works of 15th century- Mohammed Shah’s Tomb, Sikander Lodi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad gracefully adorn the sprawling gardens of the Lodhi garden, the famous mornng walk joint of the elites of the city. In winter, you will find the happy families all around indulging in Chole-Kulche, a special kind of bread and lentil gravy. The sunset over the azure sky makes for the perfect for the place for photo walk.

14. Paharganj
A quick metro ride to New Delhi on yellow line will take you for a joyride in the alleys of Paharganj. The quintessential place for affordable shopping, cheap lodging and plentiful of hogging, Paharganj surely will tinkle your senses with bounty of leather products starting at as cheap as 3 USD. The quirks of silver jewellery here are to die for and make up for the perfect souvenir. Do expect to find a semblance with the dainty hill station of Kausal.

15. Rajghat

Raj Ghat Delhi

The mausoleum, void of a tomb, fondly remembers the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi with the tunes of his favorite music played alongside. Hop on to the Indraprastha metro and be prepared to soak in the history of bygone era! manicured lawns and red stone paths deck up the sprawling garden! famous leaders like Pt Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri were also buried here.

16. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Delhi

The epitome of beauty, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, a religious prayer ground for the Sikhs welcomes devotees with open hands and enchants them with the serene melodious chanting of hymns and bhajans, that will transport you to a peaceful world at ease. The holy water in the sarovar keeps the place cool all year long. The Kada Prasad is very hot and always delicious.

17. Connaught Place and Janpath
Once the day’s prayer is over, head over to the Central Park. Connaught Place is the perfect escapade from the buzz of a busy cosmopolitan that Delhi is, with a milkshake in a glass bottle at Keventers or a coffee at Starbucks and plenty of other choices of world class restaurant. Pick up a souvenir or two for your loved one back home. For the bookworm, you have plenty of options starting at cheap price.

18. Rashtrapati Bhawan

Rashtrapati Bhawan Delhi

The President’s residence is one mansion bearing the legacy of Raj era. The colossial palace stands tall in Z category security. The weekends are the time you should be queuing up with your family to take a closer glimpse at it. energetic fountains of the Mughal Gardens magnify the beauty of the place.

19. Red Fort and Chandni Chowk

Red Fort Delhi

The majestic monuments of Delhi is a legacy of changing dynasties. As a result the buildings are often crowned as UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. Mughal Emperors for nearly 200 years have ruled the country from the thrones of this fort. Further it has been the thriving command center for WW1 and post partition weary India. On the way leading up to the Red Fort, resides Chandni Chowk. This old area houses many religious buildings like the Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib, Jama Masjid and good places to food like Paranthe Wali Gali. If you have got fabric shopping in mind, look no further, this is the place.

20. Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar Delhi

The majestic monuments of Delhi is a legacy of changing dynasties. As a result the buildings are often crowned as UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. Mughal Emperors for nearly 200 years have ruled the country from the thrones of this fort. Further it has been the thriving command center for WW1 and post partition weary India. On the way leading up to the Red Fort, resides Chandni Chowk. This old area houses many religious buildings like the Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib, Jama Masjid and good places to food like Paranthe Wali Gali. If you have got fabric shopping in mind, look no further, this is the place.


With these choice and many more to explore, Delhi is a true enchantress. The city has been through all and knows the best of history. With millions of years of experience, it has evolved to be what it is these days, the seat of capital of the largest democracy in India. With great food and more laughter, Delhi will surely crawl into the secret escapade in your heart.


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