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What You Should Know More About Sightseeing in Delhi
It is most advisable to visit Delhi during the winter season (October to March). While you will have to scorch in the sun the rest of the year, these months bear beautiful flowers and the weather is very pleasant and sometimes chilly.
Delhi has a lot of places to visit for sightseeing. From monuments to temples to adventures, here is a list of places you can visit. Here are a few famous monuments of the city:
Delhi has tons of things to keep you occupied. Here are a few must-do things in the capital city:
It takes about 4 to 5 days to completely be able to experience the Delhi culture including a day solely committed to shopping.
Delhi has a huge variety of options available for sightseeing. The types of sightseeing can be categorized into:
You could take the Delhi Bus HOHO (Hop On Hop Off) service and have a tour of sightseeing. The buses are air-conditioned and keep you cool from the Delhi heat. It has free audio commentary.
The ticket for using this bus is approximately INR 500 per person. It takes you around 20+ tourists spots.
Delhi is very popular for its street food. So do not miss that. Here is a list of best restaurants with different cuisines in Delhi:
Delhi, without doubt, is popular for its’ street shopping. The best places to do some street shopping are:
Nightlife is often misunderstood to solely be clubbing. However, there is so much more to it than just that. Here are the best nightclubs in Delhi that will keep your feet tapping:
Here is a list of other things you can do at night:
With the city being all about buzz and hustle, there are only few places where you can actually completely enjoy in privacy. Here is a list of the few:
Some of the best places to visit for couples in Delhi are:
There are various activities that kids can enjoy in Delhi. Some popular places for adventure in Delhi are:
Delhi being the capital city of India has various stay options. Ranging from 5 star hotels to budget hotels to guest houses, there are numerous types of accommodations to choose from, which will best fit your budget and convenience.
Here are a few suggestions from each:
Yes, it is safe for solo women travelers to travel in Delhi. However, it is suggested for them to stay away from closed secluded areas, especially at night.
Yes, you can visit the Rashtrapati Bhawan in Delhi. You could make a pre-booking online on the official website. The entrance fee is as low as INR 25 per person.
It is important to note that there are certain rules and regulations to follow during your visit, for example: Phones and cameras are strictly prohibited inside the premises.
India Gate is a memorial built in commemoration of thousands of soldiers killed in World War I. It is the foremost important monument of the city.
It is a monument made of red stones. It is a beautiful sight to witness India Gate in the evenings as it lights up and has various shows or activities put up below it.
The famous Akshardham Temple is located in Noida, Delhi. The best time to visit the temple is in the evening after sunset.
Around 7:30 PM , you can witness a beautiful water show at the Temple which is a huge attraction by itself.
Here are few places you could visit for sightseeing during weekends in Delhi:
Delhi has numerous famous monuments to see. There are several tour companies that offer historical tour visits of Delhi. Some of the historical places that you shouldn’t miss while you are there are:
The lists of Himalayan treks are never-ending. Here is a list of the most convenient ones from Delhi:
Famous wildlife sanctuary/safaris near Delhi are:
This famous market is one of the oldest and busiest markets of the city. It is home to the famous monument – Red Fort. The market is spread over a vast region and it’s specialty is the variety that it provides.
Be it fabrics, jewelry, consumer goods or food, authenticity is at its best here. The markets within Chandni Chowk are segregated in terms of types of goods sold, you are sure to find what you need here.
Traveller Tales from Delhi
10 July 2015
Got the chance to meet some really friendly people on this trip and we had a nice time going all around Old Delhi with our friends. Cycling tour started early morning and we cycled to ghats of Yamuna river. We also indulge in boat ride and seen a church. At the end of the trip we had nice breakfast. It was very well organised tour. Our guide was very good and had awesome knowledge of the city.
05 May 2016
Had an absolutely amazing time. Being a delhiite i had never thought of roaming around in delhi on an auto-rickshaw. But when i took this tour just to check. I was amazed and found this tour a brilliant one not from Delhi to See the whole Old Delhi within 3 hours that too with ease.
07 September 2015
There were so many places we got to go visit and we enjoyed every second that we were here. Being a foodie i really enjoyed the part of the tour where i got the chance to enjoy the delhi's delights and the famous dilli ka street food.It was a fun filled tour.
14 November 2015
Good experience and flawless organisation.Got to know so many things about delhi.It was an amzing experience for our group.Plus the main highlight was the delicious street masala food part.Enjoyed the tour of haveli.
06 August 2015
Had a great time looking at Delhi through a new eye. There were so many things that even I did not know, inspite of being an Indian. Highly recommended if you are a history lover like me.
30 May 2016
Fun and exciting tour in one of my most favourite cities in the world! Got to see a lot of New Delhi on our trip with a few freidns from Croatia and we all had a blast!
12 October 2015
There is nothing more amazing than going for a cycle ride at the Shah Jahan Bicycle tour in Old Delhi with your friedns and family and we had a blast!
03 September 2015
For everyone Delhi has something special in store. It was an exhilarating time spent with like minded people. Well organised and executed.
06 October 2015
I love cycling, and this was a great way to spend an extra day. :)
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