Delhi is the world renowned tourist destination in India, where one can indulge in the beauty of the complete city at its best.A modern metropolitan city with a historic past is what one may feel while traveling in Delhi. The splendid Delhi is a truly cosmopolitan city which has brought within its fold people of all ethnic groups and their traditions and culture, reflected in a variety of arts, crafts, cuisines, festivals and lifestyles. Visitors and tourist from all over the world to this glittering Delhi can enjoy the combination of the traditional and the modern in its own way. While traveling to Delhi one can see a range of tourist attractions from historical monuments to modern architectural marvels, from traditional bazaars to mega malls and from parks to spiritual centers. Check out the following places in Delhi that must be visited for sure when you plan a visit to the Delhi. (Image by sharko333)
Shopping in Delhi
Delhi is known as shopper’s paradise. While shopping in Delhi, tourists find a wide choice of items that are typically Indian- carpets, silks, jewellery, leather and silver ware, handicrafts and hand printed cotton or readymade garments. Whether you are shopping for a designer label, a branded product or local made stuff, you will find it all while travelling in Delhi, be it in airconditioned malls or on roadside stalls bargaining to the best of your ability.
One of the fascinating ways of understanding a city is by wandering through its market places. So while traveling in Delhi do make sure you visit the markets in Old Delhi like Chandini Chowk and Chawri. Bazaar, which have a distinctively Indian ambience, add a unique flavor to the shopping experience in Delhi.
Attractions in Delhi
The Rashtrapati Bhawan is a renowned monument in Delhi. It is said to be the palace of the then Viceroy of India. Red Fort is the red sandstone fort extends 2 km wide and differs in height from 18 meter on the river side to 33 meter on the city side. Jama Masjid located in Old Delhi is one of the principal mosques of Delhi. One of the last architectural extravagances of Emperor Shahjahan this is one of the largest mosques in India and its courtyard can hold around 25000 people. (Image by NChandra81)
Address to the world famous Gurudwara Bangla Sahib in New Delhi is worth a view at the occasion of all the gurupurabs and Guru Nanak Jayanti is no exception. No visit to Delhi would be complete with out making a visit to the fantastic Qutub Minar as it is the world’s tallest brick minaret, standing at a height of 72.5 meters. There are also some of the other tourist places in Delhi that can also be visited when you plan a visit to the fantastic Delhi.
Explore all the places and have a blast in the trip. Enjoy!
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