The capital city of India attracts myriads of tourists every year from every corner of the world. People from the rural areas too, come in huge flocks on weekends and vacations keenly to Delhi to explore the realms of the capital of India. Delhi has been the major hub for all major activities taking place in the country. And hence gains major attraction.
A legions of people come to Delhi every once in a while. There are trains and flights from all major cities of India running every other hour to Delhi. From Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata to Ahmedabad, Pune and Hyderabad, all cities are well connected to Delhi on a daily basis. Indigo flights from Hyderabad to Delhi are quite frequent. Check for various offers on these flights as there are many these days.
Here is a complete tour guide to make your Delhi travel perfect.
Where to Go
The popular places in Delhi include the famous monuments like the Red Fort, Qutab Minar, Old Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Tughlaqabad Fort. these monuments are the lost relics of history and till date rule the lands of Delhi significantly. Among the popular places, the temples in Delhi are also very prominent. The Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, Birla Mandir, Gurudwara bangla Sahib, Jama Masjid, Kalkaji Temple, Iskcon Temple and many more, are the most revered temples which have continued to woo the hearts of the tourists and devotees from time immemorial. These are well maintained and remain spick and span. Among the shopping malls, the Great India Place, Ambience Mall, Select Citywalk, DLF Promenade and many more, are the most trotted and favoured by the Delhiites as they house almost all the big brands.
How to Commute
There is no dearth of transport facility in Delhi. Among the public transport, Delhi Metro stands out among all the means of travel. This million dollars car carries 2 millions passengers everyday. It is the cheapest means by far and the safest one too. The DTC Bus is another public means of transport, and with the advent of the Odd Even Rule in Delhi, such buses have increased. The smaller means include auto rickshaw and gramin seva which will take you to your destination in mere 20-30 rs depending on the distance. The popular malls, temples and other places can be easily reached using any of these means of transport or their combination.
What to Eat
Delhi’s street food is very famous. From the scrumptious and mouth watering papdi chaat, bhalla papdi, chhole kulche, to aaloo tikki, gol gappe and pav bhaji, Delhi’s streets are flooded with many such delicacies. You can even find banta bottles (soda) at every other street vendor. One can never remain hungry in Delhi. Delhi is also famous for its roadside momos. Gorge on the best of all.
Where to Shop
There are a plethora of markets in Delhi, selling all kinds of items. The famous ones are Kamla Nagar, Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, Karol Bagh and many more. Accommodation in Chopta These markets are always flocked with people who are eager to stuff their bags with cheap clothes, accessories and other stuff.