A visit to Delhi will give you the whole perspective of modern and ancient India. The capital city is nothing less than captivating and although still an understatement, ‘fascinating’ can be best used to describe the city. It has everything you should need and is also just a couple of hours away from some of the the most sought after places like Agra and Jaipur and some of the pristine hill stations of Himachal Pradesh. It takes about 5 hours to Jaipur by road and 3 hours to Agra. You can easily catch an Agra to Delhi taxi in case you would like to make your way back to the city. Mentioned below are some of the places you will encounter during your sightseeing around the city.

Red Fort

Home to Mughal Emperors for almost 200 years, the Red Fort or Lal Qila was changed over to military quarters for the British pioneer armed force. The notable milestone perceived by its red sandstone structural engineering has a rich historical past since during the time of the British rule of India. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm.

Qutab Minar

Qutab Minar, the 73 m high tower of triumph is one of the finest landmarks on the planet. A construction modeling reminiscent of the particular styles from the Tughlak and Aibak traditions that managed Delhi stands designed with red sandstone in the initial three stories while the fourth and fifth are made of marble and sandstone. Except for the weekends, it is open on every other days from 6am to 6pm.

Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat is a standout amongst the most famous spots to visit in Delhi with a feeling of a common natural Indian town showcase yet fitting to more contemporary needs. This changeless sustenance and art bazaar in the heart of Delhi is a fortune place of Indian society, crafted works and ethnic food. Guests can appreciate heap kinds of Indian foods while looking for ethnic weaves and such. Each state in India is represented by a stall of their own products and food and this place is open on all days from 10:30 am to 10 pm.

India Gate

Rising 42 mts high in one end of Rajpath stands the India Gate – an image of pride and fortitude. This historic landmark tops the places to visit in Delhi. This exceptional stone entrance in a split second touches off a sentiment patriotism and subsequently is a noteworthy visitor place in Delhi. One can not visit New Delhi and not pay a visit to India Gate.

Lodhi Gardens

Lodi Gardens is a 90 acres of lush open space in the home of Delhi’s most established administration, the Lodhi. This green rug streams consistently through a few landmarks such as mosques and tombs that are splendid reminiscences of a time and period passed by but not forgotten. One of the most delightful spots on grounds here is the lake, which is a perfect spot for you to end your visit. It is a perfect location for an outdoor potluck picnic. It is open on all days.