Tourist Attractions To Be Explored In Delhi

Visit Delhi and explore the heart of India

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Delhi is the national capital of India. Today Delhi is considered as one of the world class cities. But still, it has the fragrance of the ancient India. It is in fact a veritable mirror that reflects the glorious history and rich heritage of the ancient country India. The city has various monuments that describe the long history and rich art and architecture of India. This is the reason it is a major hub of tourists. Various tourist attractions make Delhi one of the most visited places in India. Delhi’s tourist attractions perfectly exemplify this truth. You can experience the intriguing past of the city by visiting these tourist spots.

Delhi is a city that has three UNESCO declared World’s Heritage sites in India. Delhi tourist attractions which are also world heritage site are Red Fort, Qutub Minar, and Humayun’s tomb. Delhi is now a hi-tech city and one can easily find the big buildings here. The very recent addition to this city was the Delhi Metro Rail, which has converted into the life line of Delhi. A trip in a Delhi metro can not be missed. The history tells that Delhi was the state capital of various Mughal Emperors and hence we can easily allocate various monuments built by these Mughal emperors.


Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, Lal Quila (Red fort), Purana Quila (old fort) etc are the world famous tourist attractions of Delhi built by the Mughals in Delhi. Other tourist attraction includes few government buildings and other monuments such as Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate, Lotus temple, ISKCON temple, Lakshmi Narayana temple, Akshardham temple, Raj Ghat, Shanti Van, Chandini Chowk, Jantar Mantar, Birla temple, Parliament house and National Science Center etc.

Although Delhi is a hi-tech city one can still experience the essence of historical India. Experience this city with Delhi’s tourist attractions. This heritage city is also the starting point to take several memorable journeys of India.

Source by Sonal Arya