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Red Fort

The Red Fort is an epitome of the Mughal era in India and is the face of tourist attractions in Delhi. Built in 1638, it is an outstanding marvel of Mughal architecture made of red sand stone. Within its magnanimous walls, the chhata bazaar and an every evening sound and light show are special attractions.

Entry fee: Free for children under 15, INR 10 for Indians, and INR 250 for foreigners

Opening hours: 9 am to 6 pm. Closed on Mondays

Must visit: Digambar Jain Mandir, Sis Ganj Gurudwara and Paranthe wali Gali nearby

India Gate

India Gate is one monument that defines Delhi or India for that matter. It was built in 1931 as a memorial for martyrs of World War I and war in Afghanistan. At Rajpath, the structure looks amazing in evening lights. The gardens that line the structure are a must visit among the sightseeing places in Delhi.

Entry fee: Free

Opening hours: Always open

Must visit: National Gallery of Modern Art

Rashtrapati Bhawan

On the opposite of the Rajpath is residence of the President of India. Not among the typical tourist places in Delhi, access to this grand piece of architecture is restricted. With four floors and 340 rooms in a floor area of 200,000 square feet, it has a huge presidential gardens (Mughal Gardens), large open spaces, residences of bodyguards and staff, stables, other offices and utilities within its perimeter walls. Just a walk past the monument will give you the idea of how grand the monument is.

Opening hours: 9 am till late evening.

For an inside visit, one can pre book at the official Rashtrapati Bhawan website.

Must visit: Stroll through the road and you will get a glimpse of Parliament House, National Secretariat and Defence Headquarters

Qutub Minar

Among the other places to visit in Delhi, Qutub Minar stands tall with its 73 meter tall brick minaret. Built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak, the structure has five stories abundant with chiseled carvings and scriptures.

Entry fee: Free for children under 15, INR 10 for Indians INR 250 for foreigners

Opening hours: Sunrise until sunset, Closed on Mondays

Must visit: Chhatarpur Temple

Swaminarayan "Akshardham Temple"

While sightseeing in Delhi, a visit is necessarily suggested to Swaminarayan Akshardham – one of the largest Hindu temples in the world. Built by the BAPS spiritual organization, it’s a stunning architectural work made of the pink stone and white marble.

Entry fee: Free, separate fee to view exhibitions

Opening hours: 9.30 am to 6.30 pm, Closed on Mondays

Chattarpur Temple

Set among the beautiful environments of South Delhi, Chattarpur is a popular temple founded in the 1970s by Sant Shree Nagpal Baba. This great temple has an unconceivable architecture and it’s a perfect blend of north and south. There are beautiful statues of Shiv-Parvati, Ram-Darbar, Maa Katyayani, Radha-Krishna, Lord Ganesha, Goddess Laxmi, and Lord Hanuman.

Entry fee: Free

Opening hours: 4:00 am – 11:00 pm

ISKON Temple

ISKCON is a spiritual institution founded by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in 1966. You can see the gorgeous visual presentations of Bhagavad Gita with colourful lights that create wonderful effect on the huge screen. They also establish beautiful robotics and Mahabharata show during the evenings. There’s a simple Govinda’s restaurant inside the temple premises, where you get veg food.

Entry fee: Free

Opening hours: 4:00 am – 11:00 pm

Lotus Temple

Famously known as the Lotus temple in the list of famous tourist places in Delhi, Lotus in the Bahai Temple represents four religions namely Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam. This temple belongs to the Bahai faith which proclaims that all people and religions are united. Worshippers of every religion are welcomed here.

Entry fee: Free

Opening hours: Rrom 9 am till sunset

Must visit: Kalkaji and ISKCON Temple nearby

Jama Masjid

Amongst the other tourist attractions in Delhi is the largest mosque in India–Jama Masjid. It can hold 25000 followers at a time. It was Shah Jahan’s first architectural marvel. The mosque has four towers and the southern tower gives a stunning view of the city. You’ve to be dressed appropriately to enter the mosque. If not, rent an attire provided by the mosque specialist.

Entry fee: Free, but videography fee is INR 300

Opening hours: Daily, 7 am-12 pm: 1:30 pm-6:30 pm. It is closed during prayers and the timings depends upon the direction of the moon

Must visit: Try Changezi chicken at Karim’s Hotel nearby

Raj Ghat

Gandhi Smriti shows you the exact location where Mahatma Gandhi was killed. The room is exactly how Gandhiji left it and that’s where he built his abode for 144 days till his time of death. The room where he snoozed and the prayer ground is open to the public. It also has a display of paintings, sculptures, etc. On the other side of the road is Raj Ghat.

Entry fee: Free

Opening hours: 10 am to 5 pm, Closed on Mondays

Must visit: Feroz Shah Kotla fort

How to Reach

   By Plane

New Delhi is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular flights.

   By Train

You can easily get regular trains to New Delhi from other major cities of the country.

   By bus

There are regular buses from other major cities of the country to New Delhi.

   By Luxury car

Delhi is well connected by a strong network of highways and you can enjoy a comfortable Luxury car hire to Delhi with fun stops along the way.

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