Delhi, the capital state of the country India for 100 years is an exciting tourist attraction. While there are ancient forts that showcase the rich culture there are also world class structures, malls & modern technologies in the metro. India Gate, Rashtrapathi Bhavan & Parliament House are famous buildings in Central Delhi. There are famous World Heritage Sites such as Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort, and Qutub Minar. Apart from these ancient structures the old lanes and havelis provide a glimpse of colonial past.
Delhi started back when the British Raj moved the empire from Kolkata to Delhi over a century ago. Ever since this city developed and became the city to realize people’s dreams and inspire many others’ thoughts. The Metro network has many landmark sites like Signature Bridge among several flyovers.
The shopper’s paradise that offers ethnic silks & handicrafts, woven silks, rich handicrafts also has amazing spread of delicious cuisine. This may be the tasty kebabs, barbeque or curries to savour. The city looks beautiful in the evenings as eateries in the streets are illumined. Delhi is an amazing place to visit with broad roadways, well facilitated hospitals, star hotels and travel connectivity etc.
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Old Delhi…the reminiscent of Mughal Empire
Old Delhi is over 2500 years old and is the perfect example of the mighty Mughal Empire. You can always get enthralled by its grand bazaar including Chandni Chowk and the Jama Masjid. The magnificent Old Red Fort also mesmerizes the keenest travelers. Kissing the horizon, minarets are there to enthrall every visitor.
The South Delhi
Taking into account the southern parts of Delhi, we find the most up-coming and prosperous places in Delhi. The famous Qutub Minar and Siri Fort reign supreme in the vicinities of South Delhi. With ancient monuments and Gumbads, South Delhi impresses even the keenest travelers of the world. Apart from that famous places include the Humayun’s Tomb getting its inspiration from the famous Taj Mahal in Agra and more.
Impressive Ambiguity Enthralls
Delhi is a central place that homes every kind of men and women. Just visit the main market, near the Delhi railway station, and enjoy the ambiguity. Projecting itself with suitable western life culture presenting shops, pubs, royal accommodation and nightlife facilities, you can also witness massive street vendors, pollution, and beggars.