Delhi is the capital city of India. New Delhi is considered to be one of the oldest cities in the world along with Jerusalem and Varanasi. Delhi is about 5000 years old and has an infinite number of heritage monuments. Also New Delhi is the central government capital and also the headquarters of many government as well as private agencies. From a tourism point of view New Delhi is abundant with places of tourist attraction and has visitors from all around the world
Red Fort: It is also known as Lal Qila and is built in red stone. It used to be the palace of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It has all the different courts of Shah Jahan.
Humayun’s Tomb: It is the tomb of the crematory of second Mughal Emperor Humayun. It is surrounded by beautiful gardens.
Qutub Minar: It was the tallest shy scarper in the world when it was built. It was built by Qutubbidin Aibaq and is a hot favorite tourist spot.
Gandhi Smriti: It is a museum which has artifacts related to Mahatma Gandhi.
National Museum: It has some unparalleled collections of some true masterpieces that will leave you awestruck.
National Science Center: it is a must visit for all science enthusiasts and is near Pragati Maidan.
National Railway Museum: This museum has a collection of trains from the early past to future. An exciting place to visit.
Rajpath: It is the main parade route during the Independence Day parade and speech by the Prime Minister. It has grassy lawns and very beautiful surroundings.
India Gate: It is a monument built in memory of deceased soldiers. A flame burns in their memory.
summers and chilly shivery winters. Therefore the best time to visit New Delhi is during the spring season when the city is at its very best. All kinds of cultural and entertainment shows and carnivals are held at this time of the year. So it is advisable to visit New Delhi in the months of April to August.
How to Reach New Delhi: Being the capital of India, the city of New Delhi is well connected to all major Indian cities as well as important international destinations.
By air, New Delhi has the Indira Gandhi International Airport which accepts flights from all across the world as well as India. It is located in west Delhi and is in close proximity to all major sites. The terminal 3 of this airport is responsible for international flights while the terminal 1D is for domestic and low cost flights.
By train, also New Delhi is well connected. It has four major train stations located at purani Delhi, West Delhi, South Delhi and East Delhi. The train stations have their own cab service available to take tourists to their hotels. Moreover, these stations have trains coming from almost all major Indian cities.
By road New Delhi is well connected with many National Highways which lead it to cities like Chandigarh, Agra, Jaipur and many more. Moreover New Delhi city provides its own bus service to travel by road.
Delhi Hotels: Some major Delhi hotels include The Imperial, Palace Heights, Metropolitan Hotel New Delhi, and the Lalit Hotel New Delhi, Maidens Hotel, Hotel Pooja Palace, Hotel Le Meridian and many more. You will find luxury as well as budget hotels in New Delhi according to your preference.