The Red Fort was the official seat of Mughal rule and authority from 1648 onwards, when the 5th Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, decided to move the capital of the empire from Agra to Delhi. Constructed using red sandstone, it remains one of the architectural marvels of the Mughal era. In 2007, it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
At a height of 234 feet, this minaret is the tallest individual tower in the world and is a perfect display of Mughal architectural brilliance.
The All India War Memorial, popularly known as the India Gate, is a war memorial located in New Delhi. It is dedicated to the 82,000 soldiers, both Indian and British, who died during the First World War and the Third Anglo-Afghan War. The Amar Jawan Jyoti is the burning structure, right underneath the archway, which symbolizes the eternal, immortal soldiers of India.
Also known as the Delhi Akshardham, this temple complex was built in 2005 and sits deftly near the banks of River Yamuna.
The latest addition to Delhi's list of attractions, Waste to Wonder Park features the replicas of iconic seven wonders of the world, created from industrial and other waste. One of its kind theme park in the world. Located near Nizammudin Metro Station, it was inaugurated at Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van. The amazingly created Waste to Wonder Park has become the new haunt for the couples eager to click a selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower Replica, along with the families visiting the park to click photos in front of the seven wonders replicated by 150 tonnes of waste products including scrap iron, thrown away automobile parts, broken metal utensils and pipes.
Designed to invoke the ambience of a traditional village fair, Dilli Haat is every shopper’s paradise, a foodie’s haven and the cultural magnet of the metro city. A flamboyant mix of vibrant colours and varied cultures, the bazaar is located in the commercial centre of South Delhi, bang opposite to the INA Market.
Hudson Lane is very popular amongst foodies in Delhi as it
houses some of the best cafes and restaurants. It is located in close proximity
to North Campus.
Mostly serving Italian, Cafe, and Fast Food cuisine, these joints offer a budget friendly and lip-smacking culinary experience.
Make sure you check out Woodbox Cafe, Mad Monkey, Indus Flavours and Rico’s.
Connaught Place is the place in Delhi for food – no matter what
your budget is. From fancy fine-dining restaurants to the delicious local rajma
chawal, Connaught Place has food for everyone’s budget.
With the best restaurants in the city, Connaught Place is an area that has all kinds of cuisine – local and international.
Some joints you definitely should try out are Kake Da Hotel, Parikrama, Jain Chawal Wale, and Minar.
Old Delhi is a popular hub for street food, authentic Mughlai
cuisine, and sweets. If you really want an authentic experience with typical
north Indian street food, Old Delhi is a must-visit.
Some of our recommendations are Khemchand Adesh Kumar’s Daulat Ki Chaat, Lotan Chole Wala, Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala, and Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar and Bishan Swaroop for the best chaat you will ever have.