The capital city of India is New Delhi which is considered the mecca of culture and education in this side of the world. There are different tourist destinations in the city that are truly exciting and worth your time. As a matter of fact, this place is considered to be the sought-after historical capital city in the world. Millions of tourists are flocking the place every year. If you come to the place, you will surely enjoy the crowd. Imagine walking in crowded streets while at the same time savoring historical edifices. If you had visit the city several years ago, you would tell that is completely different from what it is today. It is completely becoming a cosmopolitan city. As shown in a blog about home decoration ideas there are newly built hotels that offer world class amenities and great customer service.
Government building in New Delhi, India
The tulip temple
Westin Gurgaon luxury hotel
The Delhi city is divided into two parts which is the Old Delhi and the New Delhi. If the Old Delhi is popular because of its historical monuments, mosques and forts, the New Delhi also boasts something far greater. This part of the city is where you can find government structures and this is also where embassies are situated. The structures are considered sights on their own. In fact you can hire a local who can show you the city. However be sure to choose the right one or else you will end up paying more and seeing less. If you will be going to one of the top attractions, you need to keep your belongings secure. New Delhi is also a city where you can find several sites that are listed by Unesco as world heritage sites. This includes the Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar and the well known Red Fort. It is ideal to visit the spots early to avoid surge of crowd.
Another thing in New Delhi that you should not miss is the local delicacies. If you have a huge appetite then the local spicy dishes will not disappoint you. No matter what is your preference, you will surely love the local cuisine. Tourists also prefer the Punjabi food which is in demand in the city of Delhi. There are stalls where you can purchase traditional Indian food.
Locals and even tourists have different perception on New Delhi. Everyone has different opinion about the place. For visitors, they narrate their experiences while visiting the city. On the other hand, local residents are focusing on the written and historical facts about the place so it is best to ask around to get more interesting facts. If you like shopping, there are markets where you can find good bargains. Don’t forget to check out Khan Market, Lajpat Nagar Sarojini Market, Chandni Chowk, GK II market and Jan Path.
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