Delhi is a well-known city because it is officially called as National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) and is also a union territory of India. The city is the second most populous city in India after Mumbai and the whole NCT’s population is whooping 16.8 million. The neighbouring cities also come under the Central National Capital Region because of sharing their boundary with Delhi such as Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad etc.
Delhi is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. People from every corner of the world, land to Delhi when they come to India for their trips. Here are the top most places to visit in Delhi:
Humayun Tomb - It is known as the resting place of Mughal Emperor Humayun and is sited at the Nizamuddin East location of Delhi. Here one can view the superb architecture and it stands among the famous monuments structures in Delhi.
Hauz Khas Village - Hauz Khas stands among the well-known places in Delhi, a place with the beautiful buildings and magnificent Islamic architecture along with well-established green parks. The place is mainly known for the nightlife, a number of cafes, bars and pubs.
Qutub Minar - Qutub Minar stands among the tallest structures in the world and the second highest in Delhi. It is 240 ft. in height. The construction took place in 1192 under the supervision of Qutb Ud-Din-Aibak, comes as the glorious ancient structures add a grin to the rich history of India.
India Gate - India Gate is sited at the Rajpath in New Delhi and comes as the significant ancient structures, alongside famous for hosting the republic day parade every year.
National Zoological Park - National Zoological Park is located close to the old fort in Delhi along these lines, famous for a weekend spot among the kids and adults too. Here one can view from tinniest to the biggest species of animals and birds.
Visit art galleries and museums.
Listening to Qawwalis at Nizamuddin Dargah
Relishing the street food
Indian National Street Food Festival - The capital of India hosts so many events & festivals that interest people from all around the world. Read more…
Republic Day - There is absolutely no bigger celebration than a country's pride and honor and that's what can be truly witnessed on the Republic Day. Read more…
International Trade Fair - Every day you will hear about a fair in Delhi. And each of them has its own set of audience which is attracted towards those fairs according to their interest. Read more…
Independence Day - Though Independence Day is celebrated all over India, Delhi does its style. Read more…
Qutub Festival - Qutub Minarbeing the tallest free-standing towers in the world has a huge fan following and also is a big crowd puller tourist destination of India. Read more…
Summers remain quite hot in Delhi, however, one can experience the little decrease in the temperature during monsoon. The winter/spring is the best time to visit Delhi where the temperature remains ideal.
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