Top Tourist Places To Visit In Delhi 2020

They say the world would look very different without India, a country that’s so diverse and exotic. Having almost 1.4 billion citizens, it accounts for about 22% of the whole population of the earth. India is frequently known as the land of culture and tradition. The rich heritage sites, greenery and unqiue animals never fail to disappoint either.

Today, we’re going to be talking about the capital of this magnificent land mass, Delhi. All through history, it’s been an important landmark. What’s even more, is that at several places, you’ll also find modern attractions. The city’s got a great mix of contemporary and classical sites.

Cultural Spots

1. Qutub Minar

This 73 metre tall building stands at the centre of the whole Qutb complex, listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. I’d definitely recommend checking this place out, if you want a historical taste of the country. The architecture is very unique and aesthetically pleasing to the eye.

2. Lajpat Nagar

Get the ultimate indian shopping experience at this bustling market! There’s everything imaginable here, from food to clothes and also home decor. Avoid visiting it at the weekend or public holidays if you’re scared of extreme crowds. Sarojini Nagar is also a great option but is targeted more for clothes and accessories.

3. India Gate

Delhi is often represented by this war memorial of indian soldiers who fought in World War 1. And rightly so, this gateway is an important landmark indeed. The view looks even more beautiful at night, accompanied by lights.

4. Green Park Market

Located in the heart of a modern South Delhi suburb, this little gem contains lanes of small restaurants (including Starbucks), salons, bakeries, grocery stores, toy shops, clothing stalls and more.

5. Rashtrapati Bhavan

I’d say the presidential place is a must-visit for anyone travelling to delhi! It’s the largest residence of any state head in the whole world. It’s extremely secure and they even offer walking, biking or cultural tours.

6. Humayun’s Tomb


7. CyberHub

Venture just a bit far away from prime Delhi, into Gurgaon and you’ll come across this spacious tech hotspot. Accompanied by business towers and offices, it’s the place to go for nightlife and entertainment. There’s a ton of restaurants, cafes, pubs, small shops and more. For instance, Smash offers cricket, bowling, arcades as well as food and drinks.

8. Nelson Mandela Road (Vasant Kunj)

Nelson Mandela Marg is a long road that stretches over to accomodate three different malls all in one big complex. There’s DLF Emporio full of luxury brands such as Dior, Louis Vuitton or Giorgio Armani and posh restaurants. DLF Promenade and Ambience are just like any other regular shopping centre with clothing shops, department stores, kids play areas and food courts.

 9. Select Citywalk

An even grander mall is the one at Saket. There are more clothing stores and food outlets to choose from. However, you won’t find a free playground for kids like the one in vasant kunj. 

10. Ambience Mall

If none of these seem to be able to satisfy your shopping craze, then seek no further than Gurugram’s Ambience Mall. It’s got a much nicer built and an extremely large fun city, where you can access several rides and games at an affordable price.

11. Hauz Khas Village

Hauz Khas Village is a trendy spot suitable for celebrating the next big occasion thanks to its diverse range of eateries. It’s best for getting some of delhi’s nightlife. 

12. Connaught Place

Another nightlife settlement, except that it’s more of branded clothing stores.

13. Khan Market

Khan Market is quite similar to Green Park Market, but it’s much more upmarket.

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