Delhi (locally known as Dilli), is the landing and most connected city for people travelling all over the world. The city is divided into New Delhi and Old Delhi, each representing completely different experiences.
You can immerse in the historical monuments such as Red Fort – a phenomenal testament to the once mighty Mughals and Jama Masjid – the largest mosque of India or simply stroll around the bazaars of the Old Delhi. One can keep staring at the grand Architecture of the Qutub Minar or educate themselves by visiting the Jantar Mantar. Few other places one should visit are the India Gate, the Lotus Temple – incredible architectures of Bahai faith, Humayun’s Tomb and Hauz Khas village.
The city will take you through any experience you may wish to have right from the medieval bazaars to the chinchy boutiques and the road side eateries to the high end bars.
One needs to dig deeper to realize that this Capital city not only has the iconic industrialists but is also sprinkled with captivating monuments showcasing India’s Heritage, enchanting museums showcasing the Country’s history and fascinating performing arts showcasing India’s Culture.