Delhi, a place carrying modernity and tradition hand in hand innumerable monuments on one hand and a world class metro, airport on the other hand. A place where you will never get an option of getting bored, the busiest city having lot many options for unlimited fun, refreshment, places where can find freedom from disturbance.

Whether you’re a veteran or a visitor, here are few places not to be skipped in Delhi.

  1. Lotus Temple

    Very differently, beautifully lotus shaped temple has become a prominent attraction in the city. There are no sermons or rituals practiced in the temple, temple is open to all regardless of religion or any other qualification.

  2. Akshardham

    One of the largest Hindu temples in the world. The temple has stunning architectural work made of pink stone and white marble. Fascinating fountain show, boat ride, huge garden are other major attractions here.

  3. National gallery of Modern Art

    One of the most serene public buildings in India. The museum preserve works of modern art from 1850s onward. One of the place where you can find amazing collections of paintings and sculptures.

  4. Tughlaqabad Fort


    Ruined fort yet has attracting structure drawing attentions of people. It was built by the founder of the Tughlaq Dynasty spread across an area of 6.5 Km.

  5. Tomb of Safdarjung


    The tomb was built in 1754 in late Mughal Emphire style for the statesman Safdarjung. It is considered to be the last enclosed garden tomb. The huge structure is surrounded by beautiful garden.

  6.  Jantar Mantar

    The monument was constructed in 1724 by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar is an astronomical observatory, the primary purpose of the observatory was to compile astronomical tables, to predict the times and movement of Sun, Moon and planets which is no longer be used because of tall buildings around.

  7. India Gate

    How can one skip India Gate of Delhi while his/her trip. Everyone knows this glorious gate. Other than the gate, beautiful fountains make the area nice and elegant.

  8.  Qutub Minar

    A minaret that forms part of the Qutub complex. It is 73 metre tall structure made of red sandstone and marble. The minar is surrounded by several historically significant monument of the Qutub Minar.

  9. Agrasen Ki Baoli

    Protected extraordinary monument is 60 metre long and 15 metre wide historical step well. It is believed it was built by legendary King Agrasen. Loved place for most of the poets and artists the place spreads perfect vibe to think creatively and peacefully.

  10. Garden Of Five Senses

    Best colourful garden for the eyes having 25 sculptures and murals on display and narrow paths surrounded by variety of flowers. It is considered to be one of the Delhi’s romantic place.

  11. ISKCON Temple

    Iskcon temple is a well known Vaishnav temple of Lord Krishna and Radharani. ‘Arti’ of the temple have pleasing vibes which refreshes the whole body. Calm environment adds to the beauty of the temple.

  12. Nizamuddin Dargah

    The Dargah is one of the world’s famous saints Sufi Saints, it is visited by thousand every week.

  13. Lodhi Gardens

    ‘Lodhi Garden’ city park of Delhi is spread over 90 acres consisting of 5 beautiful architectural works of 15th century. Great place to spend with family and friends.

  14. Paharganj

    Again a paradise for bargainers, the market is for shoppers who are rough and tough. The whole market is lined with shops of many items.

  15. Lajpat Nagar Market

    A popular shopping area where you can get whatever you desire. The market is popular for cheap and unique salvar kammez, sarees, kurtas, kolhapuri chappals etc. If you fond of street food you can try it here, it will be worth.

  16. Dilli Haat

    It is an open air food plaza and craft bazaar located in Delhi run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation. You can overload your bags with ethnic wears, beautiful pieces of handicrafts too.

  17. Red Fort

    Red Fort is listed in magestic monuments in Delhi, Red Fort was actually a residence for Mughal Emperors for nearly 200 years. As the name implies the fort is painted in red by British.

  18. Humayun’s Tomb

    The tomb was commissioned by Humayun’s first wife Bega Begum which is ranked third in UNESCO world heritage site.The first garden tomb in India.

  19. Rashtrapati Bhavan

    Rashtrapati Bhavan formerly known as Viceroy’s house, official home of the President of India. The mansion is open for visit on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It is the largest residence with beautiful gardens and fountains.

  20. Nehru Planetarium

    The planetarium is situated in Teen Murti House, earlier it was official residence of India Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru it is now a museum in his memory. Planetarium is always active with programs for school and college students.

  21. Indian Mountaineering Foundation

    Adventurous spot ‘Indian Mountainery foundation offers activities like rock climbing, tyre swing, commando net, burma bridge, rope ladder, crawling through tunnel, sport climbing etc. It is one of the most fun place in Delhi should definitely not to be missed.

    Conclusion: ‘Delhi’ ‘fun’tastic choice for trip to switch boring schedule into adventurous and memorable days. You will surely end up giving your heart to this place.


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