Inaugurated in 1931, New Delhi is known for its historical
significance, museums, fun and exciting places, Head of the State’s residence,
and the captivating monuments that date back to the 10th– 19th
centuries. Dil Walo Ki Dilli houses some of the country’s best shopping centers
and historical monuments that receive thousands of visitors every day. The
capital of the country also happens to be the first city with a network of
metro trains. It has historical and modern significance, and plenty of tourist places in Delhi.
Located in the Old Delhi is the city’s most crowded and
oldest market ‘Chandni Chowk’. If you are planning a trip to Delhi, add all the
historical sites to your travel list to ensure that you don’t miss out on
Delhi’s popular tourist destinations. Start your trip with the historical
monuments such as Purana Qila, Red Fort, Tughlaqabad Fort, Humayun’s Tomb,
Safdarjung Tomb, Qutub Minar, and Jama Masjid. A visit to these sites will give
you an insight into the Mughal history and Islamic architecture. The city houses many temples including Lotus
Temple, ISKCON Temple, and Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple.
Visit Central Delhi to explore the political information of
India. Pay a visit to the Rajpath, Rashtrapati Bhavan, the India Gate, and
Raisina Hills. Plan your visit in the evening hours to explore the places in
serenity. You will also get a great chance to view the Amar Jawan Jyoti at
India Gate (since the names embellished at the gate are lit up in the evening).
Whichever part of Delhi you explore, you will surely come across
Delhi’s famous street food. Grab the culinary palette on Delhi’s street and
savor delicious cuisines. Kebabs, Chhole Bhature, and Tikkas are famous here. You
will also find some amazing shopping centers such as Chandni Chowk, Khan
Market, and Sarojini Market. Overall, a trip to Delhi is full of fun, history,
food, shopping, and a vibrant nightlife.