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Delhi is the national capital of Incredible India. It's the political center, covering from the Mughal history to modern-day advancements, from the delicious street foods to the luxurious cuisines, from most crowded street shops to modern Shopping Malls, bringing these all together, Delhi is a true synonym for diversity. Delhi has numerous tourist attractions ranging from historical monuments such as the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Humayun's Tomb, and Purana Qila to the great India Gate, various religious sites like the Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, Bhairon Temple, ISKCON Temple. Visit Delhi to witness the rich Culture and Heritage of Incredible India.

14 Best Places to Visit in Delhi

  • Red Fort
  • Humayun's Tomb
  • Lodi Gardens
  • India Gate
  • Lotus Temple
  • ISKCON Temple Delhi
  • Qutub Minar
  • Delhi Zoo
  • Akshardham Temple Delhi
  • Jantar Mantar, Delhi
  • Rashtrapati Bhavan
  • Agrasen ki Baoli
  • Connaught Place
  • Chandni Chowk

The legendary forts of all the forts in India - Red Fort, is located in Old Delhi. Built in Indo-Islamic and Mughal style, this fort was owned by the Mughal emperors of that time. What makes the fort even more honorable is the fact that the Prime Minister of India hoists the Indian flag every year here on the independence day - 15th August. Colored in red and a bit of white, it has a grand architecture with several gates, halls, and huge spaces within it. Every year, thousand...

Humayun’s Tomb is also considered as one of the most popular spots in the whole of Delhi. Built mainly in the Mughal style, it was built on the wish of Humayun’s first wife after his death. From the small details on the ceilings to the major details in the halls and other interiors, this tomb is highly beautiful and elegant. It was also declared as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There are pretty gardens, tombs, and mosques all around making it an even more wonderful place to visit.


Lodi garden is a lovely public park located in New Delhi, India. It is not the common city parks you come across in your daily lives as it has many tombs like Mohammed Shah’s tomb and Sikandar Lodi’s tomb which is full of great architecture and wonderful art. There is also Bara Gumbad and Shisha Gumbad which are extremely beautiful. People love to visit this place due to the great sceneries it provides while they do jogging or walking.


India Gate is the most popular spot of all others present in Delhi. Established on 10th February, it was designed by Edwin Lutyens. It was built as a memorial for the soldiers who lost their lives during the first world war. The spectacular look of the gate combined with the inscriptions of the past holds every visitor for hours. As it is located in the middle of the open streets, there are no fixed timings to visit this place but definitely visit it during the day or maybe evening time to wa...

The famous Lotus Temple of Delhi is just not something to miss. Its unique architecture, the shape of the lotus flower attracts thousands of people across the world and the beauty that it is surrounded by is majestically amazing. Built by Fariborz Sahba, it is also called ‘Baha'i House’ as it supports Bahaism which means a religion that is a combination of nine religions present in the world. Hence, there is no specific god that is worshipped here and this makes the place even more different ...

One of the most pious, sacred and peaceful places in Delhi is the great Iskcon temple. You might have heard a lot about it already this temple is a center of devotion to Lord Krishna and goddess Radha as well as a center of immense Vedic learning. It even has a grand gallery that presents an amazing set of mythological paintings. Visit this place during the time of Janamashtami when the whole temple looks magical and gives a beautiful experience.


One of the highest minarets present in the whole country, Qutub Minar is a must-visit. Declared as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the great Islamic architecture with beautiful inscriptions in Arabic and Brahmi makes it highly delightful. It was established in the 12th century and since then has been considered as one of the best works done by Islamic people in India. It was built by Qutub-ud-din-aibak. It has...

Delhi Zoo or the National Zoological Park is one of the most lovely wildlife places that have several kinds of fascinating trees, animals, and birds in it and everything is very well maintained. The fee ranges vary here on different factors but overall it is reasonable and affordable for all. The park also has canteens which makes it a good picnic spot as well. Visit this place with your family and friends and enjoy your time.


Akshardham temple in Delhi is a grand and majestic Hindu temple and the deity that is worshipped here is god Swaminarayan. Talking of its structure and architecture, it has beautiful carvings of traditional dancers, musicians, and several deities. There are various displays of great values here too. A theatre has also been set up here which displays the ‘Neelkanth Yatra’. You can also rejoice in the beautiful and well-maintained garden that encircles the tem...

Jantar Mantar of Delhi is an observatory built to observe astronomical things. Established in 1724, it was mainly built to predict the times and movements of celestial objects like the sun, moon, and planets. With a height of 723 feet, the observatory has 13 architectural astronomy instruments. There are a total of five such observatories which are located in Jaipur, Ujjain, Mathura, Varanasi, and Delhi. All of them were built by the Maharaja Jai Singh II of...

Rashtrapati Bhavan serves as the residence of the President of India which was earlier called the Viceroy’s House. It consists of several halls, offices, and rooms with many staff and bodyguards. It is made up of sandstones with the classic styles of the Mughals and the Europeans. Established in 1929, a museum was being made in 2014 so that everyone can get an inside view of the Bhavan. It takes us back to the history of presidents in India. Visiting Rashtra...

One of the best historical monuments in the whole country, Agrasen ki Baoli is a huge and beautiful piece of art. It is a water storage temple that was built by the great king Agrasen. Baoli itself means a place where water can be stored and it is said that this Baoli consists of 108 steps with beautiful architecture all around. There are several arches made with similar height and width. It has also been a part of shooting locations in many movies. The beautiful Baoli witnes...

Connaught Place or CP in short is a center of commerce, finance, and business in Delhi. It has several major firms, shopping destinations, restaurants, tourist spots, and nightlife destinations. There is a central park that serves as a great spot for various events throughout the year. There are several cinemas as well which makes the place an entertainment hub too. Visit Connaught Place to have different kinds of ex...

The beautiful Chandni Chowk of Delhi has been a major attraction among visitors as well as locals for many decades. It was built in the 17th century. Originally, and it had three major markets known as Urdu Bazar, Johri Bazar, and Fatehpuri Bazar but today it has many restaurants and shops. It also consisted of many palaces - Havelis, lovely lanes and streets - Kucha and ...

# Best Places to Visit in Delhi

Red Fort

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Humayun's Tomb

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Lodi Gardens

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India Gate


Lotus Temple

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ISKCON Temple Delhi

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Qutub Minar

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Delhi Zoo

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Akshardham Temple Delhi

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Jantar Mantar, Delhi


Rashtrapati Bhavan


Agrasen ki Baoli

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Connaught Place


Chandni Chowk


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