Having such a lot to offer makes it a necessity for any traveller to list some places beforehand to visit and explore this beautiful capital city of India. Delhi has an array of places to visit that might interest you for a short visit.
Red Fort – It is listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Some of the other places of interest that you visit together include the popular Paranthe Wali Gali, Sis Ganj Gurudwara, and Digambar Jain Temple.
Akshardham Temple – You can take a cultural boating ride through attractions including Abhishekh Mandap, Sahajanand Darshan, Sanskruti Darshan, and Neelkanth Darshan. The temple premises feature a themed garden which is quite appreciated by the visitors. You can also enjoy the water show at the Sahaj Anand Water Show.
India Gate – The place looks an absolute stunner when lit up by the evening lights. In case you happen to be in Delhi on Republic Day then witnessing the Parade at India Gate is an impeccable opportunity as it is quite a prestigious ceremony of the country.
Agrasen Ki Baoli – It is also renowned for haunted activities after sunset. It is about 15 meters wide and 60 meters long structure located in Connaught Place. You might find many pre-wedding shoots taking place here with professional photographers.
Rashtrapati Bhawan – The design of this massive structure is inspired by Edwardian Baroque’s design. The dome that lies at the center is quite a perfect amalgamation of both British and Indian style of architecture. To get an entry within the monument one needs a prior permit for the same.
Humayun’s Tomb – An attraction listed as one of the world heritage sites under UNESCO is the ancient Humayun’s Tomb that was built back in the year 1570. It is a fine work of architecture that has been built using red-colored sandstones as well as white marbles.
Not only this but there are some amazing weekend getaways near Delhi that can fill you up with a travel enthusiasm.