Immense possibilites to discover
Top 5 to do in Delhi
India Gate:

See the India Gate and the complete Rajpath area in twilight.

Nearest metro stations: Central Secretariat (LINE 2,6)

Lotus Temple:

One of the most visited places in the world, this Bahai House of Worship is in the shape of a lotus flower, hence the name.

Nearest metro stations: KalkajiMandir (LINE 6)

Garden of 5 senses:

The garden of five senses stimulates all the five senses that awaken the mind to the beauty of life and invokes a gift of touch, sight, sound, smell and taste. A must visit.

Nearest metro stations: Saket (LINE 2)

Jantar Mantar:

The structure is a masterpiece of Indian architecture which shows the scientific acumen of ancient India. Amesmerizingplace for architects, historians and scientists.

Nearest metro stations: Rajiv Chowk (LINE2,3& Airport Line)

Purana Qila:

One can cherish and enjoy a peace in this place. A fort in ruins which has a 1000 untold stories.Nearest metro stations: PragatiMaidan (LINE 3)

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Dilli Haat:

Has a traditional ambience with over 200 stalls and an exciting blend of handicrafts, food, and cultural activities and a special play area for children.

Nearest metro stations: Netaji Subhash Place (LINE 1)

Janpath and Tibetan Market:

A very popular and lively Delhi market, filled with clothes and accessories from different states in India. There is a special Tibetan Market in the vicinity as well.

Nearest metro stations: Rajiv Chowk (LINE 3) and Kashmere gate (LINE 1)


For Clothes, shoes, jewelry, books, music, textiles, handicrafts, hookah pipes, incense just head to the Paharganj market.

Nearest metro stations: New Delhi Station (Line 2 & Airport Line)

Chandni Chowk:

Get a true essence of Old Delhi, its crowded roads, street food and plenty of silverware.

Nearest metro stations: Chandni Chowk

Sunder Nagar:

For those with a taste for exquisite Indian art and antiques.Nearest metro stations: Khan Market (LINE 6)

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ITC Maurya Sheraton.Legendary for the Dal Bukhara and kebabs.

Karim Hotel:

Near Jama Masjid, Old Delhi.World reknownedmughlai cuisine.

Masala Art:

Taj Palace Hotel for traditional cuisines with a contemporary twist.

Punjabi by Nature:

Vasant Vihar, known for Vodka Golgappas and cuisine from Punjab

Chor Bazar:

Asif Ali Road, Best cusine from Kashmir region

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Visit Taj Mahal, Agra:

A four-hour drive from Delhi to pay homage to one of the most visited sites in the world – The Taj Mahal.

Visit Corbett National Park, Uttarkhand:

India’s most popular tiger sanctuary, cradled in the foothills of the Himalayas.

Visit Pushkar, Rajasthan:

Pushkar is a city of 400 temples and 52 bathing ghats, near Ajmer in Jaipur


A great hillstation to windup, relax and enjoy

Rafting at ShivPuri near Rishikesh:

Ideal place for an adventure traveler. Experience plenty of adventure sport near Rishikesh.

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Auto Expo:

An exhibition of New car launch (January)

Surajkund Craft Mela:

A Art and Craft Show

(1st Feb - 15 Feb)

Location - Surajkund, Haryana (8km Delhi)


Presidential Garden Open House

Varies, Mid February through March

Location - RashtrapatiBhavan

International Mango Festival:

The annual International Mango Festival in Delhi features more than 1000 varieties of Mango.

Early to Mid-July Location - Delhi Haat, Pitampura, New Delhi.

Qutub Festival:

The annual festival with traditional Indian dancing and musical performances

October/November Location - Qutub Complex on Mehrauli Road, New Delhi

India International Trade Fair:

It’s the largest consumer goods fair in the Indian sub-continent. (14 November - 27 November)

Location – Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

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