November in Delhi is the time when winter sets in slowly and the weather is chilly but not biting cold. The time when you would want to stroll around the city and not get too tired. If you are in Delhi at this time, don't miss out on the wonderful sights here and if you have more days to spare, you could take a trip to nearby places that would delight you and are near visual treats.
In and around Delhi
Delhi is steeped in history and the monuments, historical places are worth a visit. CheckIn & Around Delhifor the historical places to see.
Nearby hill stations like Shimla, Manali, Auli and many others are perfect getaways for the ardent travellers and adventure lovers.
For the wildlife enthusiasts, Jim Corbett National Park and Ranthambore National parks are the preferred places-home to many species of wildlife, specially the Royal Bengal Tiger and leopards. The open safaris around the park are ways to spot them with their majestic gaze.
Delhi’s shopping center’s need special mention - Shop until you drop at the market places for all your souvenirs, gifts and requirements. Chandni Chowk, Karol Bagh, Sarojini market are some of the popular ones.
Dilli Haat is a world of its own. It’s lively village ambience and the vibrant display of a plethora of artefacts from all corners of India exhibits the richness of Indian culture. What’s more there are eateries which serve traditional fare from various Indian states. Relish every bite and savour them to your heart’s content. Some of the best shopping areas can be found here.Shop
The above mentioned places are just a tip of the iceberg. Explore more once you set foot on this delightful capital.