Tourist Attraction in delhi

Tour to Delhi

Why Visit Delhi:

The Capital city of India, Delhi carries the old-word charm of historical monuments and blends it with the flavours of modern life. It is located on the banks of river Yamuna and is the north central part of India. One reconnects with their roots while enjoying modern comforts in this city.

Places to visit in Delhi

Delhi offers a fusion of historical monuments, parks, places of religious importance and the likes. The Lal Kila (or red fort) is a former imperial residence which is now a monument open for public view housing a museum. Then there are the Qutub Minar or the victory tower; Humayun’s Tomb; Agrasen ki Baoli and Jama Maszid, the largest mosque in Asia among the medieval and early modern monuments. The Akshardham temple is a modern construction celebrating the arts of India. The Garden of Five Senses and Lodi Garden are other recreational spots, ideal for an evening walk on a green patch under the sky after a hectic day. The Rajghat, the Presidential estate and the India gate are among other places worth visiting. Chandni Chowk, a part of old Delhi can be visited for shopping purposes and for gastronomical measures.

Climate and Cuisine:

Delhi witnesses hot and humid summers and the harsh cold of winters. The climate remains cool to tropical through the rest of the year. Delhi celebrates food at every street corner. The chaat of West Delhi and the mughlai food of Afghani market and Chandni chowk must not be missed.

How to reach Delhi:

Delhi is connected to all major cities of India as well as all major international cities by flights and houses the Indira Gandhi International airport. It is connected to all state capitals by the ‘Rajdhani’ league of trains. Trains from almost all villages and cities of India ply to Delhi, thanks to the wide and efficient railway network. It also has a huge network of buses ravailable from ISBTs at Kashmere gate, Anand Vihar and Sarai Kale Kha.