‘Dilli ki Sardi has a song dedicated to it and the cerise winters are to eat and wander. This is a time when you can visit great monuments and landmarks.
Although these landmarks are also visited in a great deal in summers, yet the sirenic weather makes the visit tempting minus the hassle of wiping your sweat.
Activities to pursue:
Shop & eat- Delhi is quite popular amongst the foodies. Savour the taste of piping hot food especially Rajma Chawal, Makke di roti, Sarson da saag and parathas in Parathe wali gali. fun places in delhi for youngsters
You can also shop your heart out in Delhi which you couldn’t as the summer heat or the rains eluded you. Come this winter to buy excellent merchandise from various markets like Khan Market, Gaffar Market, Sarojini Nagar, Kashmere gate, Lajpat Nagar and Delhi Haat. These are some of the best places to visit in Delhi for youngsters to hangout and chill.
Adventure arena – A mix of chills and thrills will render your winter outdoor activities the most remembered. The winter fall makes it even more attractive to indulge in adventure activities in Delhi like karting, mountaineering, paragliding in and around Delhi. Places like Flyboy air safari, F-9 Go-karting, Aware Adventure farm are a must go.
Places to explore:
Deer Park – It’s a shame if you don’t explore the deer park in winters. The park also has a charming lake with well-spruced garden and beds of the flower. You can spend a substantial time spotting peacocks, deer, and rabbits.
India Gate – The landmark that defines the pride of Delhi is accessible 24 hours and touted as the safest spot here. Late night or early morning, this place is one of the best spots in winters.
Qutub Minar – The coolest place to spend gazing at the towering monument along with the wonderfully maintained lawns will just make your day with your travel partner.
It is known to be one of the best historical places in Delhi. You can also visit the nearby archaeological park where hundreds of historical structures like Rajon ki Baoli, and Lal Kot Fort are lined up to unravel mysteries around them.
Humayun’s tomb –The World Heritage site is an idyllic spot to recollect our history and culture. The tomb has been extremely well-maintained and early morning visit can be a blessing here.
Purana Qila – The lovely green lawns and the commanding red structure gives you a chance to spend tranquil times taking a leisure stroll or boating in the silent lake. The nearby zoo also presents a perfect animal venture this winter.
Red fort – One of the most historic monuments of Delhi, the red fort is an imposing red sandstone fort constructed by the Mughal Empire. The place also is rife with some amazing shopping experience full of vibrant things.
The fort has a beautiful garden in addition to other architectural constituents like Hira Mahal, Moti Masjid and the imperial Bath. Every evening is fun with sound and light show conducted in the premises of the fort that speaks leaps and bounds of the Mughal dynasty.
Jantar Mantar – The equivalent twin of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar houses an observatory with astronomical tools and instruments. Maharaja Jai Singh II who built the Jantar Mantar was an astronomical fanatic which now has the Samrat Yantra, Ram Yantra and Misra Yantra as some of the instruments stored here.
‘The average temperature for months between December and Feb midranges from 5 to 25 degrees between December and January’.
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