Photogallery of New Delhi, India

A Mosque in Delhi
A Mosque in Delhi by Russbowling @flickr
Jantar Mantar Observatory, Delhi
Jantar Mantar Observatory, Delhi by Halftheworldaway @flickr
Delhi, India
Delhi, India by Russbowling @flickr
Jama Masjid, Delhi
Jama Masjid, Delhi by Peter Rivera @flickr
Delhi by Njyo @flickr
Delhi by Ctsnow @flickr
Humayun's Tomb, Delhi by Vladislav.Bezrukov @flickr
Humayun's Tomb by Michael Clarke Stuff @flickr
Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar by Michael Clarke Stuff @flickr
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More to see in New Delhi
New Delhi is a scale and buzzing city being the best destination for active leisure enthusiasts. Hundreds of night entertaining centers and restaurants, bright remarkable markets and grand shopping centers, modern sport complexes and spas are just a small part of numerous entertaining destinations which turn every day spent in New Delhi into unforgettable experience. Tourists traveling with kids should necessarily visit the National Zoological Park of Delhi. An exploration of its vast territory in admiration of its majestic beauty will take the whole day. The zoological park presents graceful white tigers, lazy hippopotamuses luxuriating in the lakes, miniature birds enjoying the shadow of green lanes. A vast rest area is available for those tourists and zoo guests who are tired of hiking and exploration. Picnics are allowed there. Open air enthusiasts will love the Lodi garden. This majestic garden features original decoration. The main inhabitants of the park are various birds. The park offers as well a vast collection of exotic plants. The park locates several ancient buildings attracting many tourists. The Garden of Five Senses is a genuinely stunning place for visitors. It meets the guests with plenty of fragrant flower beds and astonishing floristic compositions. During the exploration of the garden its visitors will find huge statues of stone elephants, fantastic fountains and unique floral compositions. Those tourist, giving preference to sport activity and … Read further

Chapters of the guide to New Delhi

Active recreation

New Delhi is a great place to try escape quests if you've never experienced this kind of entertainment before. In the Indian capital, the most popular center for that is Mystery Rooms where participants have to solve some problems: for example, to escape from prison or a maniac, or steal the famous Koh-i-Noor diamond to become the greatest jewelry robber of all time. These are just a few of the rooms available to … Open

Weekend in New Delhi in original style

After long walks in New Delhi and its environs, shopping trips straining the wallet, and gastronomic discoveries, go to trendy Smokehouse Club - one of the most stylish and fashionable places in town. Here you can sit down at one of the original tables and enjoy your favorite cocktails in a surreal setting admiring the night streets view from the window. Continue exciting shopping at Chandni Chowk - an amazing … Open

Festivals and events in New Delhi

Of great interest to tourists looking for unique souvenirs is the Surajkund International Crafts Mela, an annual fair covering the first two weeks of February. It is held on the central streets of Surajkund, New Delhi's suburb where about four hundred best craftsmen from all over India present their products. These are small figurines, jewelry, and huge statues. Besides the fair, visitors will enjoy a gastronomic … Open

Advices for travellers

4. The best alternative to underground is a bus however cruising the city by bus is not as comfortable as by underground. As a rule buses run at 20 minute intervals. One of the main disadvantages of the traveling by bus is lack of signs enumerating bus routes passing there on bus stops. 5. Bargaining is welcome on local markets and in street stalls as in most cases this lets to reduce a price for … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

The pride of New Delhi is locally made goods, among which are clothes and fabrics for its sewing, handmade shoes, as well as chic camel wool carpets. Each of the numerous local craft workshops sells some special products. Top products among travelers are Indian cotton and silk, as well as clothes made from them. Many people buy fabrics by the meter in specialized stores and at local markets. If you want to buy … Open

New Delhi for children - what to visit

Those who like water activities more will enjoy Fun 'n' Food Village. The water park has many beautiful pools and colorful slides, everywhere you can see interesting decorative structures and well-equipped recreation areas. Visitors will love spacious terraces with sunshades, a stylish restaurant and bar, and colorful sculptures ideal for taking memorable pictures. Just be ready to spend a great day here! A … Open

Top sigths of India

The most famous mosques, which are recommended for a visit, are Jama Masjid, Minasel, Oila-t-Kuhna Masid, Moth-ki-Masjid, Fathehpur Sikri, Sunehri Masjid and Zeenat-ul Masjid. The majority of the abovementioned mosques were built in the 15th – 16th centuries. There are also mausoleums that belong to the 13th – 14th centuries - Adham Khan's Tomb, the tomb of Shams-ud-din Iltutmish, the tomb of Sultan Guri, Humayun's Tomb and Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah. These buildings have not only historical, but also architectural value as many of them are true masterpieces of architectural art. … Open

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