India Destinations

Delhi Tourism

Delhi is a destination of every traveller’s dream. Its mystical presence makes it a favourite destination for both domestic as well as international tourists. Delhi has witnessed rise and fall of many great empires, glimpse of which is still present in its monuments and streets that have been walked and inhabited by great warriors since decades. Dotted with many mesmerising architectures, Delhi is a dream destination of history and architecture lovers. Its historical splendour is accompanied by modern facilities and comfort of latest facilities, transportation and commutation facilities. This makes Delhi a destination worth visiting by all, irrespective of age and interest.

Attractive sightseeing places, grand monuments, museums, ancient religious shrines, entertainment parks, popular shopping streets, mouth-watering cuisines and eatery choices keep every tourist engaged in a pleasing way. Its’ well connectivity to the rest of country and world also makes Delhi one of the most visited tourist destinations. No matter when you are visiting or what is the purpose of your visit, a Delhi tour is sure to leave you hypnotized with its charm that is beyond any match.

History of Delhi
Delhi history is an aspect that makes the city irresistible. History peeks out from every corner of the city. It can be seen in the historical buildings and its ages-old culture and traditions. History of Delhi goes beyond the modern historical data. The city has been mentioned in various epics and religious texts as well. From epic Mahabharata where it has been mentioned as Indraprastha to colonial era, it has an in-depth history that can be explored on a Delhi tour.
Delhi has seen many dynasties and reigns, influence of which can be seen in various architectures and culture. It was under the Tomara rulers. It was then captured by Afghan invader Muhammad Ghori from Rajput kingdom in 1192. Later it was ruled by Khiljis, Tughlaqs, Lodi dynasty, Mughals and then by British. From 1911, when the capital of British India was shifted from Kolkata to Delhi, it served as a centre of power for colonial India. It also played an important role in the freedom struggle of Indian against the British rule. Eventually, after India’s independence in 1947 it was officially declared as the capital of free India. Since then, it has witnessed many important events of free India as well.

Delhi Attractions
You might have visited many destinations but Delhi is a metropolitan city where people have a love for cuisine and clothing. Delhi is the only city where trends come and go fast. Here, you’ll find both cheap and costly markets. Its all up to you whichever way you want to go to. There are so many Delhi Tourist Attractions that can tourist explore within few days.
Delhi Attractions are many but for you to make it easy we have listed some of the places that you must visit. If you don’t have an idea, follow our way and visit accordingly. Also, we have discussed the amenities you want to include and exclude. the top Places To Visit In Delhi are as follows:

Lotus Temple
As its name suggests its architecture is in the shape of a lotus. It’s stated as the last lotus temple around the world which was constructed in the year 1986. The reason behind choosing a lotus shape to the temple was religious beliefs among the different religions in the world. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Islam all had faith in this symbol. People of all religions come and visit this temple. There is no such practice that you have to follow to be a part of this temple. The water pools are constructed that surround the temple which every evening is lighted up. I would prefer you to visit this place during the sunset till night. The water pool and the lighting is a perfect blend.

Red Fort
Delhi’s heritage which was constructed during the Mughals is a place worth seeing. Mughals constructed this fort during 1638 and named in Lal Qila. Mughals constructed this fort in such a way that the surroundings of the wall were as high as 33 meters. Tourists love to visit this fort as it depicts signs of Mughals how they ruled and what they made. Every evening visitors come from all over the world to visit this red fort where visitors get enticed with light and show. This show covers the history of India by giving it a blend of light and voice over.

India Gate
India gate is one of the top Delhi Attraction with which every Indian is aware and proud of. If we talk about its architecture, it is 42 meters in height. It is stated as the heart of the city. India gate resembles the arc-de-Triomphe in Paris. India Gate is also famous for its light and sound show. Voice over and light here makes the atmosphere more enthusiastic and depicts the history of the India gate.

Lodi Garden
You might have heard about the beauty of this garden. The Lodi Garden was constructed during the British rule in 1939. It is spread across 90 acres of land and is well managed by the Delhi Tourism today. Similar to other places in Delhi, Lodi garden also offers light and sound show. People usually come in the morning to jog and meditate here. Its the main center of attraction.

Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple
As its name suggests, its a religious temple where the main attraction is its superb architecture. This temple is the main attraction for tourists where a marvelous architecture, huge sprawling garden, and boat ride is awesome. If you are not aware of this temple my personal preference would be that you must visit this site. This temple covers a huge area and it takes a whole day to explore. If you are new to this place don’t worry food court is available here for all tourists.

If you are not aware of the packages you can search for them online. We can give a general reference on how to search for affordable Hotels In Delhi. Well, its all up to you concerning your budget. There are two-star, three-star, four-star, five-star Hotels In Delhi. All you have to communicate with the one that offers the best services to you. Packages may differ according to your desirability. So whatever you want to include and exclude is somehow optional or you have to pay an extra charge for certain things.