Delhi

Delhi, the nation’s capital, is a large, bustling and most diverse city. From the time of the Pandavas, it has served as a major strategic and cultural hub of India. Travelling in Delhi isn’t just limited to history but it’s a step to take past and present hand in hand. The old and new, diverse religions and cultures, all come together and coexist in Delhi. The city offers numerous sightseeing opportunities, from monuments and museums, to religious places, malls and old-style markets. From the glorious and awe-inspiring Gurudwara Bangla Sahib to the maze of shops in Chandni Chowk, Delhi is at once crowded and overwhelming, yet serene and beautiful, Most of all, the city is known for its amazing diversity, heritage, and spiritual history.

 

One of the best things about Delhi is that is offers something for everyone; indeed, the delights of Delhi cannot be seen or experienced in just one or two days; there is always something new to discover. Still, a couple of days filled with sightseeing in Delhi, will include UNESCO World Heritage sites, museums, spiritual sites, and local markets.Delhi also has trendy cafes and restaurants for every taste and thriving neighborhoods to explore, like Hauz Khas, Khan Market, and Connaught Place. In contrast, Delhi is also home to an amazing array of India street food, especially in Chandni Chowk , Old Delhi. Delhi is a center for arts and culture as well, featuring Kamani Auditorium and Ficci Auditorium thathost famous cultural events such as musical festivals, dance festivals, art festival and Ramayana festival.

 

Among the bustle of city life, Delhi is also contains beautiful gardens. The Mughal garden of Rashtrapati Bhawan and many municipal parks are sprinkled throughout the city for all to enjoy.