If you wish to explore the history of India, explore Delhi. The whole city has a rich spellbinding mosque and ancient monument dominantly constructed by the Mughal Rulers. Tourists who are seeking to spend the happiest holiday moment are recommended to visit the both rambling Old Delhi and well developed New Delhi. If you wish to have some relaxation and refreshment, you are most welcome to visit the landscape gardens in Delhi.
The diverse range of vegetation, flora and fauna and other natural things highly attract and enchant many tourists traveling in Delhi. However, Delhi is the land of uncountable travel attractions and dominant tourists’ spots. But if you are traveling in Delhi, you must know the top 5 Travel Attraction to explore in Delhi. Here we have listed some dazzling and eye-catching travel attraction located in Delhi. Without traveling to these places, you can never complete your trip to Delhi.
So let’s talk about the best travelling spots of Delhi to have great fun and enthusiasm—
Red fort, India’s one of the most prominent monuments, is built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. This Monument is also considered as a symbol of Indian Free fighters who struggled a lot for freedom of the country. Red fort in Delhi is also a valuable and traditional asset of India. The dazzling array of lights shows and hourly events are organized at every end of the day that takes the audience’s imagination back to the ancient era. Book Delhi tour packages at the affordable price.
Venue: Near Chandni Chowk, New Delhi
Ticket Cost: Ticket cost is absolutely free for children and Rs 30 for Indian Travelers. On the on the other hand, foreigners are required to pay Rs 500.
Opening Hours: Tourists can visit here any moment between sunrises to sunset Except Monday.
After visiting, the Red Fort you can head to the most prominent and one of the largest mosques called Jama Masjid located in Old Delhi, near Chandni Chowk and Red Fort. The amazing fact is that more than 25,000 devotees can incredibly pray altogether in its courtyard. More than 6 years were taken to build this mosque and was finally constructed in the year 1656. Its stunning view across the rooftops of Delhi attracts many tourists. If you wish to enter the mosque, you need to be well dressed by covering your head, legs and shoulders.
Location: Near Chandni Chowk & Red Fort, Old Delhi
Ticket Cost: Entry is absolutely free. Devotees of any religion are never charged to enter in the Mosque.
Opening Hours: Devotees can immerse in the blessings of Allah at any moment.
Chandni Chowk is the most stunning marketing venue of Old Delhi. Everything from delicious food corners to grocery supermarket, from fashion stores to small but prominent boutique shops can be easily found in the congested streets of Chandni Chowk. The place is fully captivating and crowded by the cars, rickshaws, hand-pulled carts and pedestrians. Being the oldest and busiest market of India, buyers can enjoy the best price shopping for jewelry, electronics, fashion clothes,…etc. If you feel some bit of hunger and wish to have a delicious meal, then go and explore Delhi’s street food and enter the best hotels and Restaurants.
Location: Next to Jama Masjid and Red Fort, Old Delhi City
Opening Hours: The market is open for full day long to give the shoppers an excellent buying experiences.
If you wish to immerse in the Indian tradition and culture, you must visit the most prominent and spiritual Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple complex. This temple was constructed by the BAPS Swaminarayan Organization. The world class astonishing interior and architecture with amazing pink and white marble color combinations improve the beauty of the temple complex. Tourists also enchant with the dazzling sprawling garden, sculptures and boat-riding on plenty of time but you are not allowed to take mobiles and camera inside the massive temple complex.
Location: NH 24, next to Noida Mor, New Delhi.
Entry Cost: Devotees are not charged for entry but you need to have a ticket
Opening Hours: 9:30 Am to 6:30 PM except for Monday
The incredibly high and one of the most prominent Indo-Islamic architecture Qutab Minar is also one of the UNESCO world heritage sites, named after the Delhi Sultan Qutb al-Din Aibak. This ancient monument was build in the year 1206 after the signify victory of Muslim rule in India. The whole tower complex constitutes 5 stories with intricate carvings and amazing architectural designs as per the instructions of the Holy Quran. This site is also the heart of many other historic monuments
Location: Mehrauli, South Delhi.
Entry Cost: Rs 500 For Foreigners, Rs 30 for Indians and absolutely free for children under 15
Opening Hours: From sunrise to sunset.
All these above mentioned travel destinations highly enchant all the tourists travelling in Delhi. Besides these, travelers can also explore the Lodhi Gardens, Raj Ghat, India Gate, Lotus Temple…etc and many more travel attractions located in Old and New Delhi. You can also book Golden triangle tour packages & explore top places in Delhi & Agra.