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Delhi is the oldest and the capital city of India. It forms an intrinsic section in Golden Triangle India tours which also encircles Jaipur and Agra in it. This Delhi Travel guide will enlighten you with various ancient monuments, temples, magnificent mosques and old heritage buildings. You will catch various tour operators in Delhi guiding with this customized Delhi sightseeing packages at the same time.

 

Delhi at a Glance

Best time to Visit Delhi October to March

Languages spoken English and Hindi

Seasons Summer (April-June), Winter (October-March), Monsoon (July-September)

Religions Hindu, Islamic, Jainism, Sikhism

Temperature Summer (25°C to 45°C) & Winter (8.2°C to 22.2°C)

Climate Humid sub-tropical

Cuisine Different country foods

 

Highlights of Delhi

The various Delhi tourist places that you will encounter

 

How To Reach

By Air

It has both domestic and international terminal for many number of flights to various different destinations on continuous and regular basis. Delhi has a vast connecting network. You can easily get connecting flights from Delhi to all the major international destinations which will definitely enrich you with better facilities in comparison to rail and road.

By Rail

You will definitely have a memorable and amazing experience with your group by traveling through train. The capital city is very well-connected with cities like Agra, Jhansi, Gwalior, Jaipur and many more which is actually the major cities of India. You can travel through any part with the train in these connecting cities.

By Road

By taking road ride is in total different and the most suitable way to travel to Delhi. The Delhi city is very well-connected with all the major cities of India. Hiring a car rental service will be convenient and comfortable to visit all the attractive spots of Delhi.

Jama Masjid
Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid is known to be the most popular mosque in India, comprises of 3 gates, 4 towers and high minarets built with red sandstone and white marble.  It is big and spacious that around 25000 or more people can gather at the same time to offer the prayers.

Red Fort (Lal Quila)
Red Fort (Lal Quila)

Start from excursing Red Fort which is also well known as "Lal Quila". The name of the fort is derived from the walls of the fort being built with red sandstone. This is the largest monument in Delhi also where the India’s Prime Minister hoists the flag on Independence Day. *Note- Closed on Mondays.

Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar

Tower of Victory or Minar is approximately 73 meter high and is a famous and one of the major places of tourist’s attraction. This monument is carved with wonderful art on the red sandstone and also some beautiful verses from the Holy Quran are quoted on it.

Humayun Tomb
Humayun Tomb

Explore Humayun’s tomb which is located on the bank of river Yamuna. It is known as the first ever garden-tomb of India also which has gardens of Persian style. It was designed by an architect of Persian origin and built on the orders of Mughal Emperor’s first wife Bega Begum.

India Gate
India Gate

The incredible India Gate which was built to honor the Indian soldiers who passed away at the time of World War 1. Actually it is a memorial which is in limelight always for tourists. Get beautiful pictures clicked to capture the moments.

Lotus Temple
Lotus Temple

As being signified by the name “The Lotus Temple” is a very famous temple which has a shape of Lotus flower. It is a Bahai house of worship and primarily it is open for every caste and religion people.

*Note- closed on Mondays.

Akshardham Temple
Akshardham Temple

This beautifully carved temple is the largest Hindu temple in the world which was built in the year 2005. This monument comprises of gorgeous gardens, fantastic food court, an IMAX theatre, a musical fountain and various different types of exhibitions.

Chandni Chowk
Chandni Chowk

Unwinding the busiest lanes of the old city by rickshaw will be extremely fantastic with the oldest market that is Chandni Chowk. You going to have different experience by visiting Delhi’s impelling bazaars Chandni Chowk and also to the spice market that is Khari Baoli.