New Delhi, India is a huge, sprawling metropolis. An ancient city with a storied past, Delhi is one of the most historical cities on earth. It also has a very vibrant present as the capital of the world’s largest democracy.
The capital was designed by British architects Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker. The entire city’s style was created as a symbol of British power, giving rise to the region’s melting pot of culture and architecture. New Delhi was inaugurated as India’s new capital in 1931.
The city holds enough entertainment, amenities and attractions to keep your days filled. Moreover, the city has a busy international airport, which connects the city with numerous international airports. It is also easier to reach any part of the country from Delhi via flight, train or road.
Red Fort, India Gate, Humayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid, Birla Mandir, Jantar Mantar, Purana Quila and like them many of the historical places are still the biggest attraction for the tourists. This city has a huge historical past and that essence is still alive in these great creations.
Delhi is also known for its culinary features as it has numerous food joints in every corner of the city. Mostly the lanes of Old Delhi serve hundreds of lip-smacking dishes every day. Therefore, the streets and lanes of Old Delhi remains fumed with the aroma of various food items. Not only this, Old Delhi is also famous for its bustling market- Chandni Chowk, where one can enjoy leisure stroll in its narrow winding lanes.