A LITTLE MORE ABOUT THIS DESTINATION...
1. Marvel at the architectural grandeur of the majestic Red Fort, one of the most important
historical structures in India.
2. Pray at the magnificent Jama
Masjid, the largest mosque in India, which can accommodate 25000 devotees
in its courtyard.
3. Taste the local
delicacies and take a cycle-rickshaw ride along the congested streets of Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazaar.
4. Feel at peace at the Gurudwara
Bangla Sahib and experience a fresh and delicious Langar (communal) meal.
5. Stroll down Rajpath that
links the iconic India Gate and the
powerful Rashprati Bhavan and feel
patriotic at Amar Jawan Jyoti.
6. Admire the beautiful fountains and gardens of Mughal Garden, open to the public in late winter (mostly February
7. Explore the busy Janpath
Market, Palika Bazaar or the vibrant Connaught
Place—one of Delhi’s most popular shopping centers.
1. Visit the resting place of the Mughal emperor Humayun at
Humayun’s tomb, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
2. Take a stroll in the iconic Lodhi
Gardens, home to a wide variety of trees and plants.
3. Enjoy a top-notch experience when you take a ride in the Delhi Metro.
4. Make a historical visit to the famed, 73 meters tall Qutub Minar and admire the Indo-Islamic
architecture of Alai-Darwaza.
5. Marvel at the interesting architecture of the Bahai Lotus Temple designed in the shape of a lotus flower.
to your heart’s content at the traditional
markets such as Lajpat Nagar, Karole Bagh, etc.
7. Let your hair down and experience the nightlife of Delhi at any of the bars or pubs located in Greater
Kailash or Hauz Khas.