The City of Delhi
Delhi is known as the microcosm of India, and is much more than a mere launchpad to start your discovery of Incredible India.
Delhi offers its visitors with historical monuments and shrines, museums and modern architectural wonders, cuisines from all over the country and more. Delhi is the amalgamation of tradition and diversity; of crowded narrow lanes in Chandni Chowk and spacious ceremonial avenue Rajpath; of Old and New Delhi.
Cause a rush of blood to the head with the adventurous roller coster ride on a cycle rickshaw.
Disclaimer: Not as thrilling as it sounds.
Delhi is vibrant and colourful while fashionably being modern and traditional at the same times.
Note: The structures displayed are neither to scale nor colour.
A myriad of people, and a myriad of places to explore. You'll always be walking distance from someplace you'd love to explore in Delhi. May it be experiencing the Power Corridor of India, or walking through Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi, you'll never be far away from finding something interesting.
Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, India Gate commemorates Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the British Army.
Step into your TARDIS to go back in time and slice through the crowded and narrow streets of exuberant Chandni Chowk to the aroma of local spices, the lively (and always in a rush) crowd.
Safety Tip: Take extra care of your wallet, bags and valuables in crowds. Wear your backpack on your chest rather than your back.
Top 21 Things to Do in Delhi
(Average Highs and Lows of Each Month in Degree Celsius)
Read customer reviews.
Check rooms and facilities.
Check tariff and book room, pickup, or tour.