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City Life, Old and New Delhi

Delhi - The Crown Jewel of India

Explore the Ancient and Modern Capital of India

Iconic Sights and Changing Landscapes

Starting your journey in India’s capital, Delhi a busy metropolis with almost 17 million inhabitants. It is a blend of the ancient and the modern, consisting of two parts Old and New Delhi, a bustling and chaotic city.

 

Be prepared to indulge your senses. The history, architecture, food, culture, festivals, people, sights, and sounds are like no other city in the world, completely absorbing. 

 

Immerse in the wealth of historic sites to visit and explore, the Jama Masjid Mosque, Humayun’s tomb, Qutub Minar, and the Red Fort are just a handful of the amazing historic places to see in Delhi. There are several museums worth visiting in particular the Gandhi Museum and the National Museum covering 5,000 years of history. Combine with a walk along the colorful bazaar, Chandni Chowk on Old Delhi’s main street, and explore the historic streets bursting with everyday life.  

 

Delhi is a city with something for everyone, India’s crown jewel.

Highlights

  • Stay a little longer – Delhi is more than a city to pass through  
  • Shah Jahn’s Red Fort and Jama Masjid Mosque 
  • The National Museum or look into the emerging art scene 
  • Superb accommodations – palaces 
  • National Museum
  • A little shopping on Chandni Chowk 
  • A night tour of Delhi

Best For

Dehli is the perfect starting point for experiencing and understanding the way of life in India’s capital and the incredible history of this amazing city with two unique personalities. First-time travelers to India wanting to experience the diversity of this incredible country, combined with historic sites, iconic palaces, museums, restaurants, and vibrancy like no other city. 

When to Visit

The preferred months of travel for visiting India are from October to March, the weather is normally warm and sunny during the day and cool in the evenings in most areas of the country. 

 

The months of April to May are very hot and not as busy with travelers. June to September is India’s rainy season and the weather improves from October.

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