New Delhi is the capital of the country and is situated in the northern part of the country, with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh acting as its immediate neighbours. The Yamuna River makes its presence felt as it flows through this region.
A visit to New Delhi is similar to visiting a modern city, but also has a rich heritage history. Every nook and corner of this city is filled with places that can lure the tourists from the Rashtrapati Bhavan, which is the mansion of the Indian President to the Mughal Garden which harbours some of the most beautiful flowers. This garden is open for tourists only during the month of February.
Other popular attractions of the city include the India Gate, which is situated in Central Delhi, near Rajpath, is an arch which is 42 m high was built in the memory of the martyr soldiers. This place turns into the most happening one during the night. The Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar are the other historic landmarks located in this region. The Lotus Temple, which is located in the south Delhi is a beautiful structure built from marble and carved in the shape of a lotus; this is the perfect place for meditation. Places such as Chandni Chowk, Delhi Haat can also provide some fun for those looking out for varied shopping experiences.
New Delhi, being the principal town of the country, is well connected with each and every part of India, with a well-established system of railways, roadways and airways. The city also has the presence of Delhi Metro, through which the movement within the various parts of the city becomes much convenient. There are public buses, autos and taxis which can be used to commute within the city.