Places To visit In Delhi

 ..Places To visit In Delhi

Humayun Gate (Southern Ramparts) from inside, Purana Qila, Delhi, India. The photo has been shot during there evening hours.

New Delhi, the capital of India, is a fusion of history. Civilisation, culture, business, cuisine and street life that keeps its visitors completely engrossed.

This type of buzzing nightlife is some of our important sightseeing places in Delhi. So if you have time, there is no dearth of places to visit in Delhi. There is more than one hair-raising adventure park that must be included during the trip. .

list of places to visit in delhi

Let us know which are the tourist places of Delhi to visit. Without visiting which your trip to Delhi will remain incomplete –

  1. India Gate

One of the best places to visit in Delhi. India Gate is located at Rajpath in Central Delhi. And It can be reached on foot by getting down at Barakhamba or Central Secretariat metro station.

India Gate’s original name is All India World Memorial. Which was built in memory of 82000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives in World War I and Afghan war. The Jawan Jyoti situated in the premises of this memorial has been continuously lit since 1971.

This is the place where every year on 26 January. A parade program is organized in which great guests from the country and abroad participate.

The environment around it is quite calm and clean. So it is a request to you that whenever you go to India Gate. Do not litter at all and maintain the pride of your country. this is the basic duty of all of us.

  1. Lotus Temple

This temple, built in the shape of a lotus flower. is located near the Nehru Place metro station in South Delhi. You will be surprised to know that there is no idol installed inside this temple because it is a Baha’i worship temple that represents peace in the world. 

Everyone who visits the Lotus Temple goes to give peace to their soul. Apart from this, its architecture and excellent carvings.  And the green environment all around attract tourists a lot. Due to which tourists come here from all over the country and abroad in every season.

  1. Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple of Delhi, a symbol of Sanatan, culture and spirituality, is recorded in the World Guinness Book as the world’s largest Hindu temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan and is known for its splendid Paadu art. It has 8 carved edged pavilions, whose walls have been beautifully carved with more than 20,000 miniature idols of Gods and Saints. If you are going to visit Delhi, definitely include this place in your list, especially for spiritual people, this complex is no less than a heaven.

You should have at least 3 to 4 hours to see Delhi’s Kshardham Temple properly, only then you will be able to explore it well.

Here it is completely prohibited to carry any kind of electronic device like mobile, camera or any other device, for this locker facility is available in the temple where you can deposit your valuables and after visiting the temple you can take your belongings back from there. Will be able to take which is absolutely free.

Canteen facility is available for the tourists visiting the temple premises.

  1. Red Fort

If you are a history lover, then to know some important aspects related to it closely, you can go to see the historical building Red Fort, which is located in Old Delhi, where thousands of tourists come every day. This is the place where every year the Indian Prime Minister hoists the flag on 15th August.

The pride of the Mughals, the Red Fort of Delhi was built by Shah Jahan in 1639, it used to be his capital, but today it is part of the Delhi Tourist Place, which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage in 2007.

There is a huge park inside the fort and along with it there are many palaces which have now turned into ruins. In the museum here, the living environment of the Mughal emperors at that time and the objects used by them, apart from the artifacts. You will get to see a lot along with it.

There are also some shops inside Lal Quila where you can shop before going. Remember that it remains closed on Monday every week.

  1. National Zoological Zoo

In the National Zoo of Delhi, you can see groups of animals and birds that have become extinct from India. The special thing about this zoo is that here you will find different types of wild animals found not only in India but also abroad like – Giraffe, African elephant. Apart from camels, tigers, bears, yaks, gorillas, lions, bears, tigers and many more large animals, it is home to poisonous snakes and rare birds.

If you are going to visit Delhi with children, then you must visit this zoo, children will like it very much and they will be able to see different animals.

  1. Kutub Minar

The oldest monument of Delhi, Kutum Minar is a sign of the history of India when the British ruled the land of India. All of you must have read about Kutum Minar sometime or the other. It has been placed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In 1220 AD, this 337 feet high tower was built by Qutb Uddin Abik who came to Delhi from Turkistan to rule India and was the first king of this capital.

Friends, Kutum Minar is also called the pride of India because the remains of many ancient monuments are still present here, when you go there, you will be able to see that these monuments are narrating the traditions of the Mughals of India at that time.

  1. Okhla Bird Century

Okhla Bird Sanctuary located in Noida Delhi border of NCR is a place to visit in Delhi, where there is a huge range of birds. Okhla Bird Sanctuary is a good place for the people who are fond of bird watching, hundreds of types of birds nest inside its lush green forest. The sound of their chirping is very melodious, thousands of Shailanis visit this place everyday to listen to it.

A huge lake has been built inside it, around which view points have been made and there are excellent facilities for tourists to sit at various places. The nearest metro station is Okhla Vihar.

  1. Jama Masjid

India’s largest mosque is situated on the hill named Bhojla in the famous Chandni Chowk of Delhi, which is located in front of the Red Fort, the court of Shah Jahan. It is said that an emperor had a dream and Jama Masjid of Delhi became the embodiment of that dream.

Shah Jahan wanted that the court of God should be higher than his throne, for this a place was needed right in front of his Red Fort and that place has become a history today where the Jama Masjid is built and that too is the largest in this country. It is known and famous by the name of Badi Masjid.

  1. Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar, located in Connaught Place Palace Circle Parliament Road, New Delhi, is an observatory which was built in ancient times to know the time and direction of the planets. There are a total of 5 such observatories in India, which were built by Raj Sawai Mansingh of Jaipur in India. Jantar Mantar was built at 5 places.

  1. Humayun’s Tomb

This maqwara is not only of Humayun, but there are graves of about 100 other Mughal ruling families in it, because of which it is also known as the shelter of Mughal descendants.

It was built in 1565, 9 years after Humayun’s death, and Humayun’s Makwara is a great place to visit in Delhi, that’s why people from all over India visit Delhi to see this historical heritage.

  1. Craft Museum – Craft Museum

The Craft Museum is the best option to enjoy the village in Delhi, if you live in an urban area and want to see the lifestyle of the village, for this, by reaching the craft museum, you can see all the things used by them for the lifestyle of the village, such as – bullock cart. Apart from these, huts, bablis, pace plants, houses and many other small things will be found.

Its design is like the house built in the village and the way they live, its architecture was done in the same way. If you want to see the culture of the village while living in the city, then you must visit Delhi’s craft museum once. I will be very happy.

  1. Sanjay Van

Sanjay Van is a beautiful tourist place to visit in East Delhi to spend a few moments with the family from the busy life of Delhi, which is the perfect destination for weekly holidays, here you can relax in the environment of nature and enjoy the lake. You can also enjoy boat rides.

  1. Waste to wonder park

Another latest tourist destination in Delhi attractions is Waste to Wonder Park which is a one of its kind theme park and has been built by recycling waste material.

You will be surprised to know that seven wonders of the world have been made by recycling old items in this theme park. Now you are thinking that if you want to take your children to some amazing place, then definitely visit this park because it is one of the best places to visit in North Delhi. The best place to be.

You do not need to go to different places to see the Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower, Colosseum, and Taj Mahal, you will find them near Nizamuddin Metro Station in Delhi. Enjoy the interesting things here and capture the attraction photos in your camera.

Tickets have been set to visit this park which is as follows

Ticket for children between 3 years to 12 years 25

Rs 50 for adults

Senior Citizen is an absolutely free ticket for people above 60 years of age.

Opening hours from 10 am to 11 pm.

  1. Adventure Island

Famous among all the adventure parks in Delhi NCR, Adventure Island is a great picnic spot for adventure tourists. It is a perfect location for kids, adults and couples with a variety of swings, water slides, twisters to do for all age groups. Feel the adrenaline pumping ride on the Wave Rocker, It’s a Ringa Ringa Thing, Bush Buggies, Splash Dunk and Bumper Cars, Sky Riders, Water Rides and many more activities inside it.

  1. Fun & Food Craft Dwarka

There are many water parks in the capital Delhi, but the special thing about this fun craft located in Dwarka is that it has been prepared in a modern way, which is not yet a water park present in any city of its competition in India, it has many water slides. And will be able to enjoy the waterfalls.

  1. ISKCON Temple

This beautiful temple, built near Delhi’s Nehru Place and Lotus Temple, is a symbol of Radha Krishna’s love.

  1. Five senses garden delhi

Five senses garden, located near Qutub Minar in Mehrauli, the historic area of New Delhi, is a very popular tourist spot in Delhi to satisfy the five senses of the human race.

  1. National Research Center Delhi

Delhi’s National Science Center is a popular place here, in which you will be able to see many research related to science, such as – Jai water conservation, environment, human life activities and many more displays the achievements of science.

Apart from this, there is also a history museum where 3D shows, science shows and planetarium shows, which have different timings, can be seen on the screen.

  1. Lodhi Garden

Located near Humayun Makwara, Delhi’s Lodhi Garden is a favorite tourist destination of local tourists, nothing much here, it is a green park in which people go to spend time.

  1. Old Fort

The old fort located near the National Zoological Park of Delhi is a very popular tourist destination here, a very historical look will be seen in this fort, there is a huge garden inside it, where many Bollywood films have been shot.

  1. Gandhi Memorial

The memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of India’s nation, is located in a very large area located in the Rajghat area of Delhi. There is a beautiful lake with a huge beautiful park around the monument. If you want, you can also go boating there.

Some aspects of Gandhi’s life are well described through words and pictures along with his Samadhi in the Gandhi Memorial at Rajghat.

Rajghat is the same place where Nathuram Godse shot and killed Gandhiji, but as of today it is one of the famous tourist spots of Delhi, the green gardens, lakes and natural beauty around it are quite charming. .

  1. National Rail Museum

In Delhi’s Rail Museum, from the beginning of Indian Railways to today’s modernization, all types of engines and ups and downs of Indian Railways are narrated by this museum.

Not only this, if you go with the family, then there are small ragdias running there, in which everyone can sit by depositing the charge, really, when you go there, it will be a lot of fun. There is also a canteen where you can have your lunch.

  1. Delhi Hut

Located in Janakpuri area of Delhi is a part of Delhi tourist place which is known for its mix of activities like craftsman, handicrafts, Indian culture, handicrafts, food.

In Delhi Hut you can buy dresses from all the states of India.

You can taste the local cuisine of different regions of India as local food of every state is available here like – Marathi, Gujarati, Assam, Nagaland, Jammu, Kashmiri etc. This is a mixture of food from different places.

  1. Hauz Khas Fort

Hauz Khas Fort, built in the South Delhi area, is one of the Indian historical heritage sites. It was built by Alauddin Khilji in 1284 AD.

There is a huge lake in the green surroundings of the fort, which was built for water conservation.

As soon as you enter the fort, you will know the activities of living at that time. I think that you will know some aspects of 900 years old history through pictures and media in the fort, all its walls are the testimony of the history of that time.

  1. Metro Museum

A Metro museum located in Patel Chowk area of Delhi has been made, in which the information related to metro trains is being displayed in a good way.

  1. Dwarka Lake

In the Dwarka area of this city, Dwarka Lake has been prepared as a place to visit in Delhi, in which facilities like boating are available to the tourists, its beautification has been done by the Delhi Tourism Board.

How to travel around Delhi?

Friends, it is very easy to travel around Delhi Because here you can get a bike or car on rent. And 2 to 5 people can comfortably cover the best places to visit in Delhi. By sitting on the bike or by cab.

The charge of a rental bike is different. If you take a scooty, then you can easily get it for 500 to 700 rupees.

For this, you are asked to submit the original documents and when you return the vehicle, your papers are returned. For this you can take a car from near Red Fort.You can book a ride at GTS Car Rental who provides the best Delhi taxi service for your trip.

Another option is to travel around Delhi by Bali Tourist Buses which cover only the most popular places. The cheapest option to travel to Delhi is the DTC bus plying there, by making a pass, you can sit in the bus and tour the whole of Delhi comfortably.

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