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Delhi - Places to Visit

Delhi being the capital city of the country, has a lot of beautiful places to visit and enjoy. Delhi has a very old and rich culture. It is a lot more than just a city of love. It is the absolute combination of tradition and modernity. Street food, shopping malls, religious places and many such places, you just name it and Delhi has it all and you should explore it by bus as you wont miss any place.

Make a note of this places whenever you plan to visit Delhi-

Lotus Temple

Lotus temple is a notable architectural marvel famous for its unique lotus structure. It is one the most visited monuments in the world. There are no sermons or ritualistic activities practiced, one can just sit in peace and can pray to their respective gods.

  
  

India Gate

Everyone knows of the glorious India Gate. Every year a lot people visit Delhi to see India gate

  
  

Qutub Minar

Qutub minar is the 2nd tallest minar in India. At the foot of the tower stands a mosque which is the first mosque built in India. It has a 7 m iron pillar in the courtyard with a fascinating saying attached to it. It is said that if you can encircle it with your hands while standing with your back to it your wish will be fulfilled.

  
  

Rashtrapati Bhawan

The president’s residence is one place you better not miss. This mansion is open to tourists for visit on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

  
  

Sarojini Market

This is the place where you can buy cheap things and in good quality. This is very popular market to buy clothes, footwear and accessories.

  
  

Chandni Chowk

Even closer by the distance is the busting labyrinth of Chandni Chowk, where you can immerse yourself further into the Mughal heritage of Delhi, here you will find yourself mesmerized by the smell of the incense from roadside shrines and the delectable aromas of the street food. Freshly cooked Parathas laden with butter or kebabs of every type and there are rows upon rows of spice shops, jewellery stores and bridal wear, and many more things.

  
  

Red Fort

A mere 19 km from Delhi International Airport, the Red Fort or Lal Qila is a reminder of India history with the Mughal Empire, completed in 1648 by Emperor Shah Jahan the amazing red stone structure is surrounded by an 18 feet high wall with its great public hall, mosques, zenana or women courtyard, this UNESCO World Heritage site will give you an insight into culture and kingdom of the Mughal Rulers.

  
  

Humayun's Tomb

The second Mughal Emperor, Humayun is buried in this distinctly unique mausoleum with Persian Arabic architecture, constructed by his Persian wife Haji Begum some people say that the tomb symmetrical well-proportioned structure was the inspiration for the world famous Taj-Mahal, the surrounded garden and the adjoining Sunder Nursery are some Delhi most ethereal open spaces.

Delhi is a city of history, mystique, and tradition, it proudly displays the influences of the past the rulers from the North West Frontier and the British Empire is the mix of the culture, language, food, and religions, it is also great modern metropolis with shopping malls, movie theaters, International chain restaurants, and nightclubs. To explore this marvelous city is to fall in love with Delhi, plan a trip with Busandticket and start exploring the history city.

  
  

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