Feb 072017

Delhi, the political capital of India has been a hot favourite amongst travelers since time immemorial. No wonder ancient travellers like Fahein, Hieun Tsang included observations about Delhi in their travelogues. The city is the perfect blend of the old and new. Here one can find swanky chrome and glass towers standing next to heritage buildings reminding people of the transformation that the city has undergone from ancient times. It is said that the city has been built and re-built almost thirteen times and a sightseeing tour of the city will reveal how true the statement is.
To explore Delhi in all its glory, you should ask the travel agent, who would have booked your flights to Delhi to arrange a sightseeing trip for you. There are a lot of travel agents and tourist information offices in and around the Central Business District of Connaught place from where you can hop on to any luxury bus that will take you to a tour of the sights and sounds of this city.
A single day tour would take you to places like Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate, Jantar Mantar, Parliament House, Purana Quila, Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Delhi Zoo and similar such places.
The city also has no dearth of places of worship for people of all religious faiths. Be it Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christianity, Bahai, everyone will find a place to pay homage to their chosen deity. Lotus Temple, AksharDham Temple, Birla Mandir, Chhattarpur Mandir, Jama Masjid, St. James Church, and Gurudwara Bangla Sahib not only serve as places of religious worship but also highlight the architectural brilliance of dynasties who ruled Delhi during the medieval ages. Lodi gardens, Mughal Gardens, Garden of Five Senses are some other places that you shouldn’t miss on a sightseeing tour of Delhi.
As you explore Delhi, one destination at a time, you will discover that the city still retains the vestiges of the erstwhile Mughal and British Empires which held sway over the city for centuries together. So, the next time you plan to visit Delhi, book your cheap flights to Delhi during the October to March season that is perhaps the best time to explore the city in all its glory. The warm winter sunshine would actually cheer you up and you would love to travel, roam, shop till dusk and keep coming back for more.

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