Top 10 Places to Visit Delhi

Top 10 Places to Visit Delhi

Planning to visit India and not have plans for Delhi, then it would be your biggest mistake.
If you are coming to India you must visit Delhi as Delhi has most famous places, still there is confusion to decide which places to see from a long list of famous places. Its heritage, palaces and many sites are popular among tourists.

The site is visited by millions of tourists from around the world. He remembers beautiful and cute memories from here. Each site has its own significance that makes it popular. The castles and palaces reflect their past, glory and glory.

1. The Jama Masjid


The Jama Masjid is India's largest mosque, with about 25 thousand worshipers at one time. It is located opposite the Red Fort in Old Delhi. It took 7 years to build from 5,000 workers. It is also known as Mosque-e-Jahan Numa.

2. Bangla Sahib Gurudwara


The most popular place for worship in Delhi- Bangla Sahib Gurudwara. It is located near the main Connaught place in Delhi. The place has a library, Higher Secondary School, Hospital and Baba Bagel Singh Museum.

3. Nehru Park


Nehru Park is one of the best places in Chanakyapuri and its beautiful landscapes and good management make it a cherished place in the hearts of the people. Concerts and art events are held here every Sunday morning.

4. The Red Fort


The list of World Heritage Sites includes the Red Fort. It reflects the story of the Mughal era of India. Its walls were built of red sandstone and later came to be known as the Red Fort. This was done in 1638.

5. Rashtrapati Bhavan


The Rashtrapati Bhavan, also known as the President's House, is the official residence of the President of India. The building occupies a significant position in Delhi. The Mughal garden, west of its main building, is a major attraction for the variety of flowers and shrubs along with attractive fountains.

6. Jantar Mantar


Jantar Mantar is an exotic historical site, built in 1724 by Maharaja Jai   Singh of Jaipur.
They basically made this to calculate the time with the help of sun. The main attraction of the site is the Sun Dial and the two pillars. It is built for objective scientific knowledge.

7. India Gate


The Delhi Tour is incomplete without visiting India Gate, its main site, built in 1931.  It is constructed using Red sandstone and granite . It commemorates Indian soldiers who lost their lives in World War I.

8. Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar is 72 meters high and is built by the Red Sandstone. It was one of the tallest and most famous towers in the world. It was built by Qutub-ud-din Ibak in the 12th century but remained incomplete and was later completed by his successors in the 13th century.

9. National Rail Museum


The National Rail Museum can also be described as a hidden treasure in the heart of Delhi. This unique museum showcases more than 100 real-size collections of Indian Railways. The Fairy Queen is a wonderful attraction here, as it was a well-preserved steam locomotive engine of the late 18th century.

10. The Lotus Temple


The Lotus Temple is a cherished destination for people of all faiths in Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam. The temple is located in Kalkaji, New Delhi. Construction has taken a decade to complete.