• Languages:
    English and Hindi
  • Best Time to Visit:
    September to April
  • Temperature:
    Summer (25 o C to 45o C) & Winter (8.2 o C to 23 o C)
  • Climate: Humid sub-tropical
  • Nearest Railway: Delhi
  • Nearest Airport: Delhi

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This huge city is popular for different sightseeing locations. The restaurants with local food and the nightlife have amazed many people. It is famous among the oldest cities in the entire world. Destroyed and re-built several times this city was mentioned in India’s mythological epic Mahabharata.

The magic sprawls in every corner of the city. Colorful and rich in its character this city will leave you spellbound. No matter how much it has developed you will find its ambience to be majestic and medieval. This stems out of the monuments and structures that this city has.

Tourist Attractions

Jama Masjid

This mosque is the India’s largest mosque and is located opposite to the Red Fort. Built in 1656 you will feel blessed to have visited the masjid.

Chandani Chowk

This structure is a moonlit square and used to function as ears and eyes for the Mughals. Built by Shan Jahan’s daughter Jahanara Begum the entire area was initially known as Shahjahanabad. You can experience the magnanimity of the place when you take a stroll in the evening or night. You can even explore this region on a rickshaw.

India Gate

This is an architectural heritage and a symbol by Edward Lutyens. This 42 meters high structure is built in loving memory of all the Indian soldiers. You will be delighted on witnessing a patriotic, war memorial.

Red Fort

Spread lazily along the river of Yamuna you will be excited at the stretch of this monument. In recent times this structure stands for freedom. This monument has pleasant visual effect in the evening. If you get the chance to attend an audio show that narrates its history, do not miss it.

Old Fort (Purana Quila)

This old fort might be in a ruined condition but offers a tremendously intense character to Delhi. Built in the 16th century, one of its towers witnessed the death of Humayun.

Jantar Mantar

This was a natural observatory reserved to observe the movements of stars and different planets.

Humayun’s Tomb

This is fondly and aptly known as the predecessor of the famous Taj Mahal. It is the ornate and Mughal styled architecture of this structure that inspired the Taj Mahal. You will be blown by the architectural splendor.

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