Delhi – The best place to visit

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If someone is planning to go somewhere during their summer vacation along with their family, one should consider to visit Delhi – a place full of historical and other places for the people to visit. Delhi is one of the most popular regions in the world which is a heady mix of tradition, modernity and is considered important both as a religious center and as India’s busiest International gateway. The history of Delhi is as old as the sacred Yamuna river. For the people staying in Pune, there are a lot of flights from Pune to Delhi available in order to ease the travelling issues of the people.

Some of the must visit historical and other places in Delhi are as follows   :-

  1. Red Fort

The Red Fort is a beautiful structure built by Shah Jahan in 1648 which later became the center of the Mughal Empire until 1857. The stunning structure of the Red Fort along with its tall and red sandstone walls, move up to cover an area of more than two square kilometers. It is unbelievably crescent in shape and is completely surrounded by a moat. The Red Fort has an impressive main entrance from the Lahore Gate. It is named so as it faces Lahore, which is in Pakistan. When entering through the Lahore Gate, the visitors reach Chhatta Chowk which is a 17th – century bazaar where items like silks, jewelry, gems, and silverware which can be purchased, along with the souvenirs and some delicious food items.

  1. Qutub Minar

The Qutub Minar is India’s tallest minaret which was built during the 12th century. UNESCO has named Qutub Minar as a world heritage site which attracts a plenty of international visitors as well. People love to climb to the top of the Qutub Minar and have a look of the beautiful surroundings. The Qutub Minar is a five storeyed tower which is more than 70 meters tall and is covered with intricate carvings which feature the history of the Qutub Minar along with inscriptions from the holy book of Quran. The first, second and the third storeys of the Qutub Minar were built with the use of red sandstone whereas the fourth and fifth storeys were built with the use of marble and sandstone.

  1. India Gate

The visitors who know about the Arc De Triomph in Paris may find a similar feel when standing in front of the famous India Gate. It is a magnificent stone arch which was built as a memorial to all the Indian soldiers who were killed during the World War I. Visitors can find an eternal flame burning beneath the massive structure of the India Gate, and the walls of the India Gate are inscribed with the names of more than 90,000 soldiers who lost their lives during the war. In order to sooth your eyes, consider visiting the India Gate after the sunset, as the scene can be a real treat. It is also considered as one of the top free thing to do in Delhi.


Delhi is the perfect place in India when it comes to finding a destination for your next vacation. The people of Delhi greet every visitor with utmost love and having a tour of Delhi can be a real treat for anyone.


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