- State: Delhi
- Coverage Area: 570 sq km
- Places to Visit: Red Fort, Humanyun’s Tomb, Qutub Complex, India Habitat Centre, National Museum, India Gate, Raj Ghat, PuranaQila, Lotus Temple, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, RashtrapatiBhavan,Akshardham, Sacred Heart Cathedral, ISKCON, Jama Masjid, Parliament House, Connaught Place, Gurgaon
- Hidden Gems: Santushti Shopping Complex, Haveli of Mirza Ghalib, Local Markets
- Best Time to Visit: November - March
- Shopping: GK, Old Delhi, Rajauri Garden, Khan Market, Kamla Nagar, Ambience Mall, Connaught Place, Central Market, Lajpat Nagar, Cottage Emporium, DilliHaat
- Explore: Street food, cultural presentations at Central Park, Nehru Park
- How to Reach: Delhi is well connected with all the major countries/cities in the world. The Indira Gandhi International Airport caters to more than 50 million passengers annually. It has highways to Rajasthan, UP, Punjab, Chandigarh, Agra, MP, and many other cities/states. The New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Railway Station, HazratNizamuddin, and Anand Vihar connect train travel to rest of the India.
With its huge size, Delhi offers a punch. This complex amalgam of crowded city is filled with monuments, markets, malls, cultural centres, and places to eat. You will also find impressive accommodation options that take you on a quest to define luxury, exclusive clubs, first-class cuisine, and green stretches of parks – particularly popular South Delhi, a place that is unmatched both in its elegance and relaxation. According to a survey done by Incredible India, Delhi gets over 18lakh (1.2 million) same-day return visitors every year.
- When in Delhi, you can start your exploration with a guided tour of Old Delhi. While driving, walking, and riding through the ancient city’s streets and alleys, you can explore colourful bazaars.
- India Gate: The iconic structure made in the honour of the fallen soldiers, India Gate and adjoining Rajpath stands testament to the grand history of India. It’s a great place with amazing vibes, clean and magnificent neighbourhood. Must be seen at night, when the lights decorate its every corner.
- Jama Masjid: Built in 1650 AD, it is the largest mosque in India and an astonishing example of Mughal architecture. With its red sandstone walls and white marble floor, Jama Masjid it still an active place of worship that can hold 25,000 worshippers in its courtyard.
- QutabMinar: A symbol of victory, this beautiful example of Persian architecture was commissioned in 1193 A.D. it is 239 feet tall and has seven stories, but the inside stairs are not open to the visitors. The QutabMinaris also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Ashoka Pillar: This tall iron pillar is 1500 years old, but has not rusted at all. Over the years, the Pillar has attracted the attention of archaeologists and materials scientists, who have called it an example of extraordinary skillsof ancient Indian iron smiths in the extraction and processing of iron used to make it.
- Humayun’s Tomb: An excellent place for photography, this amazing monument was made in 1562 A.D. and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Museums: Tibet House, Nehru Memorial Museum, National Railway Museum, National Science Centre, National Museum, Gandhi Smriti, and Kiran Nadar Museum of Art are some of good places to spend time.
- Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple: Made in 2005, it is by far one of the most expensive places of worship ever made in modern history of Delhi. The entire temple is carved in red sandstone and marble. There is a strict ban on all electronic items, cameras, tobacco within the area.
- Connaught Place (CP): The heart of Delhi, this circular public pace has loads of attractive shops. It is laid out in two concentric rings, divided into blocks and has recently received a face lift.