Must visit places in Delhi

Delhi, being the capital of India offers a plethora of options. There are so many places here that need a visit that it will be impossible to cover them all at once. So, spread them out and plan, but, do go to these places. (No particular order)

  •         Humayun’s Tomb

Because there is nothing better than marvelling the beautiful architecture and and delving in to history.

  •         Qutub Minar

The majestic structure is marvellous sight. Must visit for everyone

  •         Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Nothing beats the calmness this place offers and obviously, the langar and halwa.

  •         Hauz Khas Fort and Village

Go back to the history in the city and live the present in the Village. 

  •         Chandni Chowk

The small lanes with delicious food is everyone’s paradise. 

  •         Ghalib Ki Haveli

Relive the great poets’ life as you walk through the corridors of the Haveli.

  •         Akshardham Temple

The huge temple with its light and sound show will take up almost a whole day. 

  •         Purana Quila


Beacuse Delhi boasts of some of the best historical monuments. 

  •         The Red Fort

As you take a walk at this place, you will feel weirdly happy. 

  •         Lotus Temple

Appreciate the aesthetic view it offers

  •         Lodi gardens

Have a picnic at the gardens and chill for some time.

  •         Jama Masjid

One of the most important historical places. Must visit for a good evening 

  •         Museum of Modern Art

They have some masterpiece collection.

  •         India Gate

Drive up to India gate in the middle of the night and have an ice cream while admiring the massive structure

  •         Nizamuddin Dargah and Basti

It is a small world of its own

  •         JNU Campus

The place, the atmosphere, the people and the food. What else do you want?

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Harshita Bajaj

Harshita has a background in Psychology and Criminology and is currently pursuing her PhD in Criminology. She can be found reading crime thrillers (or any other book for that matter) or binge-watching shows on Netflix when she is not in hibernation.
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