A Quick Guide To The Historical City Of Delhi

June 20, 2017 Travel

Delhi, the national capital, is packed with some of the best tourist wonders to see. Forming an integral part of the Golden Triangle along with Jaipur and Agra,Delhi is a perfect way to know about the history of a great country like India. Come, let’s take a quick ride into the tourism scenario of the city.

The second most populous city after Mumbai, Delhi offers an ultimate package to any new traveler in India. A haven for foreign tourists, the national capital is perfect to understand the culture and history of north India. Also the hub of India’s political activities, there are some really fantastic tourist destinations to explore in and around the city. Each year a lot of tourists make Delhi as their base to explore the destinations in the neighboring regions like Chandigarh, Shimla, Manali and Leh. You can, at any moment of the day, take a Delhi to Manali taxi or a guided en-field ride to Leh and have an adventure of a lifetime.

Talking about the culture of the city, which is vastly diverse and as a tourist you’d get a whole new colors, aroma and sounds to experience. Almost all major festivals are celebrated in the city – from Holi to Ramzan and from Guru Nanak Jayanti to Christmas, each of them carry their own charm and liveliness. Apart from the religious ones, Delhi is also home to some of the biggest cultural activities in the country. Festivals like Qutub festival, Book Fair, Mango Festival and several food festivals, keep happening in various quarters of the year. Musically, Delhi is highly evolved with an array of exciting gigs happening throughout the year. The Sunburn and NH7 Weekender are some of the biggest shows in the city.

A Quick Guide To The Historical City Of Delhi

For a foodie, Delhi is a pure delight. From it ancient culinary wonders (which is a mix of Mughlai, Persian, Punjabi and Muslim skills) and modern day brands like Burger King, Carls Jr and Pizza Hut; there’s not a single neighborhood in the city not known for something or the other. Though the city carries a strong Punjabi influence in its food, you can find a varieties from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Rajasthan to the North East (all thanks to the state bhavans!).

For history buffs, Delhi is must visit place to enjoy the historical wonders which represents the architectural mastery of years. Architectural masterpieces like the Qutub Minar, Red Fort, India Gate are the marvels of Delhi’s glorious past. Modern day wonders like Lotus Temple and Akshardham Temple are also worth knowing the different cultures. Delhi is also a paradise for shopaholics – marketplaces like Chandni Chowk, Chawri Bazaar, Sadar Bazaar, Connaught Place, Nehru Place, Kailash Colony, Defense Colony, Sarojini Nagar and Lajpat Nagar are some best areas to shop your heart out. Apart from these there are several malls and local markets for leisure and fun, along-with shopping.

All these wonders attracts millions of visitors from different parts of the country. Guided tours are arranged for tourists from North East, West and South India. If you’re coming from different cities, don’t forget to check your travel bookings. if coming from these metros. So, what are you waiting for? Go, enjoy ‘Saddi Dilli’!

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