25 Places You Must Visit In Delhi

25 Places You Must Visit In Delhi

Delhi is significantly something other than a city of affection. It is the supreme blend of custom and innovation. A city with countless landmarks on one hand and a world class air terminal and metro on the other. Road sustenance, shopping centers, thrifty shopping places, religious spots, theater; and so on and Delhi has it! Here are the 25 must-see puts in Delhi. Bring down your notes and visit them all when you drop by!


LOTUS TEMPLEThe Lotus Temple or the Bahá’í House of Worship is a building gem which will make you need to go “amazing” however hold up, you can’t state that so anyone might hear! All things considered, when inside the sanctuary, you need to look after hush! There are no sermons or formal exercises rehearsed, one can simply sit in peace and go to their separate divine beings.

Closest metro station- Nehru Place (Violet Line)

Tip– Lotus Temple sorts out day by day shows to instruct individuals about Bahá’í confidence. Add that to your rundown.


Monument Day OutsideThis is an unquestionable requirement see site and ought to be high on your need list. Akshardham pulls in 70% of all travelers who visit Delhi (not shocking by any means!). When you enter, I wager you wouldn’t have any desire to clear out. It has stunning engineering, an entrancing wellspring appear, an instructive pontoon ride, a colossal garden, a sustenance court that offers flavorful dishes and a great deal more.

Closest metro station- Akshardham (Blue Line)

Tip- Try to reach early mourning so that you can experience all activities before the complex closes



If you are an art enthusiast or just like to go ‘aww’ over fantastic brush strokes, you must pay a visit to this place. NGMA is one of the most serene public buildings in Delhi. Take a walk around this beautiful piece of architecture and you will not want to get back to the hustling roads of Delhi.

Closest metro station- Khan Market (Violet Line)

Tip– Purchase picture post cards and keepsakes at reasonable costs from the Museum shop.


TUGHLAQABAD FORTTughlaqabad Fort was worked by the author of the Tughlaq Dynasty in 1321. It is spread over a territory of 6.5 km and is close to the settled private business zone of Tughlaqabad.

A google-hunt of the fortification is sufficient motivating force for you to bounce on the metro and make a fun trip out of it. Remember to take your outing wicker container, douse up some sun and appreciate the momentous magnificence.

Closest metro station- Tughlaqabad (Violet Line)

Tip– If you go for a picnic, don’t litter. Carry a separate bag for the waste.


TOMB OF SAFDARJANGThis landmark was depicted as the ‘last glimmer in the light of Mughal design’. It was inherent 1754 for statesman Safdarjung. The immense structure is encompassed by wonderful patio nurseries of the Mughal charbagh style. You’ll be unquestionably astounded with the noiseless condition here despite the fact that it is ideal beside the bustling Lodi Road.

Closest metro station- Jor bagh (Yellow line)

Tip– If you have a partner, the gardens are the place to get all cuddly!



When you visit Purana Qila, keep in mind to walk up to the National Zoological Park or Delhi Zoo. It is spread over a zone of 176-section of land and is extremely swarmed on ends of the week. On the off chance that you like long strolls this place is ideal for it. Stroll around getting a charge out of the clever exercises of hippos and the insane chuckles of the hyenas. You can likewise lease a battery-worked vehicle at the zoo to take a visit.

Closest metro station- Pragati Maidan (Blue Line)

Tip– If someone wakes up the lion from his slumber, enjoy the thunderous ‘Rawwwwr’.


AGRASEN KI BAOLIBaoli which implies stepwell was built with a specific end goal to protect water in antiquated circumstances. What is unique about this baoli is that it is arranged appropriate in the heart of the city, encompassed by tall structures of Connaught Place. In the group you may spot writers and craftsmen working their enchantment on paper because of the greatness of the area.

Closest metro station- Rajiv Chowk (Yellow Line)

Trivia– This place is said to be one of the most haunted places of India!


This garden is a treat to the eyes. It has 25 figures and wall paintings in plain view and walkways encompassed by blossoming and fragrant bushes and trees. There is likewise a sustenance and shopping court in the garden where you can appreciate a decent dinner while a light breeze stirs your faculties. The garden is spotted as a standout amongst the most sentimental places in Delhi.

Closest metro station- Saket (Yellow Line)


9. HAUZ KHAS VILLAGE AND DEER PARKRanbir Kapoor and Nargis Fakhri shout out some drunken dialogues in the Hauz Khas Fort in their movie Rockstar! The Fort disregards a lovely lake where you can sustain charming ducks and swans. To achieve the lake, go out for a stroll through the deer stop and appreciate the spotted creatures. While you are in a hurry you will run over sheets which will control you to perform wellness works out, in the event that you are the lively sort I recommend you to tail them in transit, it makes the walk totally fun-tastic.

The “Town” offers awesome eateries, plunge bars, clubs, and shopping boutiques. After you make the most of your quiet minutes at the fortification you can take off to one of the famous bars and appreciate a decent drink. Hauz Khas Village is without a doubt a blend of everything pleasant huh?

Closest metro station- Green Park (Yellow Line)

Tip– Take loads of photographs; this place makes everyone more photogenic. *chuckles*


ISKCON TEMPLEYour confidence in God will achieve new statures after you go to the “Arti” at the ISKCON Temple.

Reverential tunes play while you stroll around the sanctuary enhanced with wonderful representations and symbols of Lord Krishna. You will witness a quiet domain with a peculiar vitality around you.

Closest metro station- Nehru Place (Violet Line)

Tip– Attend the Vedic sound and light show titled ‘Gita Saar’.


NIZAMMUDIN DARGAH AND NIZAMMUDIN KI BAOLIThe Dargah is a standout amongst the most sacrosanct sepulchers in India. On the off chance that you are pondering what it precisely resembles, simply picture the melody ‘Kun Faya Kun’ from the motion picture Rockstar.

A mystery passage was found by The Aga Khan Trust for Culture and Archeological Survey of India (ASI) which connected Nizammudin Dargah to Nizammudin Ki Baoli. The Baoli has a wooden base and a well which in place even following 800 years. The water of the Baoli is viewed as blessed by pioneers.

Closest metro station- JLN stadium (Violet Line)

Tip– Attend the Kawallis on Thursdays and Saturdays, they are said to have a ‘special touch’.


Here’s a great place for morning walks and family picnics! Lodhi Garden is spread over an area of about 90 acres, it has 5 beautiful architectural works of 15th century- Mohammed Shah’s Tomb, Sikander Lodi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad. You can soak up some sun with your family over a game of charades and some yummy sandwiches.

Closest metro station(s) – Jor Bagh (Yellow Line)/ JLN Stadium (Violet Line)


Paharganj is the center point for shabby shopping, shoddy hotel and modest hoarding. In the event that you adore calfskin sacks and footwear, this is the place for you. You can get an astonishing cowhide travel bag for as low as Rs 200! The market is notable for silver adornments and thrift shops. The way of life of this market is very similar to that of slope stations like Kasaul and the way that you’ll see many outsiders whenever of the day, you may very well overlook that you’re in Delhi.

Closest metro station – New Delhi (Yellow Line)

Tip– It’s best to see the market on foot.


SAROJINI MARKETDelhi offers many spots for economical however quality shopping. Sarojini Nagar Market may very well top that rundown. It is a standout amongst the most well known markets particularly for garments, footwear and embellishments. One may basically depict it as a teengirl’s shopping heaven.

Closest metro station- INA

Tip– If you’re new to bargaining, take an experienced person along. Bargaining here could get real nasty!


LAJPAT NAGAR MARKETSet your financial plan and go insane looking for ethnic wear. You get awesome salvar kameez, sarees, kurtas and kolhapuri chappals in this market. Lajpat showcase momos are to a great degree famous so in case you’re partial to road nourishment, don’t miss them.

Closest metro station- Lajpat Nagar (Violet Line)

Tip– Get some henna on your hands on the way back from the popular mehndiwallas!


DILLI HAATThis place is a mobile voyage through Indian culture. Search for all the ethnic wear you wish, over-burden your packs with delightful bits of workmanship or simply appreciate the climate while having a badam kulfi. There are nourishment slows down dispensing delectable rarities of various conditions of India. In the event that you make an impromptu excursion to Dilli Haat you may catch a favor show or a move/music execution.

Closest metro station – INA (Yellow line)

Tip 1 – Bargain as much as possible, it’s legal.

Tip 2 – Don’t miss the momos at the Shillong stall.


INDIA HABITAT CENTREThis place gives you a tad bit of everything. An outdoors complex with enormous sun powered boards on the rooftop, workmanship shows in the displays, yummy nourishment from the road of India and a decent old American breakfast of bacon and eggs. As far back as 2011, the Delhi Photo Festival is held here.

Closest metro station(s) – Jor Bagh (Yellow line)/ JLN stadium (Violet Line)

Trivia– If you were wondering where the Rang De Basanti amphitheatre is, this is it!


INDIA GATEEverybody is aware of the great India Gate! Round the year one can see individuals picnicking or simply getting a charge out of a decent stroll around the zone. There are excellent wellsprings around to make the zone pleasant and comfortable. In the event that you happen to come around the October-November period do agree to accept the Airtel Half Marathon; an early morning keep running at Raj Path will undoubtedly remain scratched in your memory.

Closest metro station- Central Secretariat (Yellow line)

Tip– Take a walk around India Gate with an ice-cream post sunset, you are sure to be mesmerized.


QUTUB MINARQutub Minar is the second tallest minar in India. It has been pronounced as an UNESCO Heritage Site. At the foot of the tower stands a mosque which is the main mosque worked in India. It has a 7 m press column in the patio with an entrancing saying joined to it. It is said that in the event that you can enclose it with your hands while remaining with your back to it your desire will be satisfied.

Closest metro station- Qutub Minar (Yellow line)

Tip– Read up about the history of Qutub Minar, it’s pretty interesting!


RED FORT AND CHANDNI CHOWKAdding to the rundown of great landmarks in Delhi, there is Red Fort. It is additionally an UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. It filled in as the living arrangement for Mughal Emperors for about 200 years. The surviving structures of the fortification are its dividers and bulwarks, the fundamental doors, the gathering of people corridors and the royal lofts.

Chandni Chowk, which paves the way to the Red Fort is one of the most established markets in Delhi. It houses numerous religious structures like the Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib, Jama Masjid, authentic chateaus, shops and restaurants. Paranthe Wali Gali is a standout amongst the most popular eating regions in the market. The market is an astounding spot to search for textures, stationary (at Nai Sadak), equipment and silver and gold adornments.

Closest metro station – Chandni Chowk (Yellow Line)

Tip– Shop all day but do stay back for the light and sound show at 6pm at Red Fort.


HUMAYUN’S TOMBThis is the third UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE on our rundown. It was worked after the demise of Humayun by his senior dowager Bega Begum. It is the primary garden tomb in the Indian Subcontinent. The tomb remains in the focal point of a square garden called “Charbagh” which has shallow water channels going through it. A few leaders of the Mughal Dynasty lie covered here.

Closest metro station- JLN stadium (Violet line)


RASHTRAPATI BHAWANThe President’s house is one place you better not miss. The house is interested in vacationers for visit on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Mughal Gardens with two channels and fiery wellsprings add to the excellence of the place. They are interested in general society from February-March each year.

Closest metro station- Central Secretariat (Yellow Line)


CONNAUGHT PLACE, JANPATH AND MANDI HOUSEShop, eat, watch a motion picture or simply laze in the Central Park; Connaught Place is the ideal area for all that. Have a milkshake in a glass bottle at Keventers or an espresso at Starbucks, get a sweet treat from Wengers or a burger from KFC; you have excessively numerous eateries to browse! Stroll through the halls of the market to locate some low valued knickknacks and books. Search for marked garments, footwear and frill all that in one major round market. Escape the internal hover to stroll towards Janpath market to look for popular garments, gems and masterpieces at disposable costs.

Only a short distance far from CP is the social center of Delhi. Mandi House has numerous assembly halls which have organize plays and different exhibitions frequently. Get a phase demonstration at Kamani Auditorium or Sri Ram Center of Performing Arts to get a thought of how much ability this city brings to the table!

Closest metro station- Rajiv Chowk (Blue Line)

Tip1– Try out the popular Depauls coffee at Janpath.

Tip2– Sit in Central Park after sunset, the CP circle looks beautiful when lit up!


BANGLA SAHIB GURUDWARASo you have shopped at Connaught Place and are going home? Not presently! Make a stop at the lovely white marble Sikh Gurudwara. The musical droning of psalms will transport you to an alternate world all together. The “Sarovar” which is a heavenly water body in the Gurudwara premises keeps it cool throughout the entire year. The ‘Kada Prasad’ is excessively yummy, just melts in your mouth.

Closest metro station(s) – Rajiv Chowk/Shivaji Stadium

Tip– A dip in the Sarovar early in the morning and a taste of the Langar is a must.


RAJGHATThis catacomb is one without a tomb. It is the site of internment of our Father of the Nation. The area is delightfully kept with manicured yards and red stone ways. Raj Ghat range likewise has dedications of different renowned pioneers like Pt Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri and so on.

Raj Ghat makes a good place for a refreshing walk with a dose of some history trivia.

Closest metro station- Indraprastha (Blue Line)


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