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"I asked my soul: What is Delhi? She replied: The world is the body and Delhi its Life". This is how the famous shayar Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib describes the capital city. Large number of tourists book Delhi Tour Packages every day to explore the capital of India closely. The soul of the world, Delhi is full of lively markets, prominent forts, royal buildings, and much more. Delhi has always been the nation's pride. The capital city never fails to surprise the visitors after all! Whether it is the lovely morning walk at the Lodhi Gardens or a shopping visit to the popular market Chandni Chowk, every single minute that you spend in Delhi would be worth it! You must book a Delhi Package from a reliable tour operator to get personalized itineraries. October to March is the best time to visit Delhi.
Delhi has been the epicenter of many major historical events of India. Its history dates back to the Mahabharata and the Maurya Empire. After Lodi Dynasty, Sayyid Dynasty, and Delhi Sultanate, the city was finally captured by the Mughals. The Red Fort was the abode of the Mughal rulers and continued to remain so for about three centuries. Later after the revolt of 1857, the fort was seized by the British troops. And by 1911, the capital territory of the British Company was transferred to Delhi from Calcutta. It was named New Delhi in the year 1927 and inaugurated as the capital in 1931. Traces of Indian history can be found at the Red Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, India Gate, Jama Masjid, and others. These are some important destinations to be included in a New Delhi Tour Packages.
Some famous places to visit in Delhi are Agrasen ki Baoli, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Lotus Temple, and Akshardham Temple. Besides this, you can get a glimpse of the English city planning at the Connaught Place. The inner and outer circles have a touch of British royalty in its construction. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib and Cathedral Church located on opposite lanes in CP attract many Indian and foreign tourists throughout the day.
Also, Connaught Place and the Hauz Khas village are heavenly places for the shoppers and party lovers. With a large bunch of lounges, bars, and theme restaurants, Delhi's nightlife revolves around these! There are many things to do in Delhi; you can shop for cheap garments & accessories, eat delectable food, attend fests, or participate in an event. If you are visiting Delhi for the first time, then you must book Delhi Holiday Packages to fill your platter with the best tourists' spots of the capital.
Visit the Paharganj Main Market for the best leather bags, harem pants, cheap drinks and much more. The Khan Market is famous for cheap yet amazing garments, jewelry, pashmina, and great food. Some other local markets of Delhi are Kamla Nagar market, Karol Bagh market, Janpath, Sarojini Nagar Market, and others. While selecting a Delhi Holiday Travel Package, you must ensure that visits to some of these markets are included into it.
Well, shopping for hours leads to yearnings for food. While in Delhi, you don't have to worry about finding good restaurants for great food. The city is a paradise for the Foodies! From that mouth watering aloo paranthas of the Paranthe wali Gali to the best tandoori Chicken of Daryaganj, Delhi sits on the pedestal when it comes to food. Be it the vegetarian dishes like chaat, chhole bhature, paneer momos, and kulfi, or the non vegetarian delicacies like mutton korma, chicken biryani, shawarma, chicken tikka, and nihari, the food here can make you fall in love with the capital! The best Chinese and Tibetan food is found at the Tibetan Colony near the Majnu ka Tilla Gurudwara. Besides these spicy cuisines, you can calm your sweet tooth by tasting the delectable Kaleva at the Gole Market or the Bengali sweets at Nathu's Sweets.
Delhi is the second largest commercial, cultural, and political hub after Mumbai. Thus, it has high connectivity to all the other states of India and the foreign countries. The Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) has regular domestic and international flights to and from Delhi. Besides, the city has one of the largest railway networks having a large number of trains running from various railway stations. The railway network connects Delhi to all the states of India. You can also travel to Delhi via road. Driving on the newly-constructed highways to Delhi is one way. Another way is to board a public-run bus to Delhi and de-board at Nazafgarh Bus Station. More »
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