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Top Places to see in Delhi this season

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Delhi has always been on the top of the list of many tourists coming to India. The reason behind this is easy commuting, rich culture, and an amazing history. If you want to visit every single place in Delhi, then you would need around 3-4 days, but if you are interested in major tourist attractions, then you can easily visit them in a single day.

Here is the list of major attractions that tourists can visit by taking same day Delhi tour

        Red Fort, located in the Old Delhi, is the most popular tourist place that is filled with tourists throughout the year. Red Fort is nothing less than a masterpiece of architectural work which was done centuries ago. Guides are easily available to gain more information plus you can also have voice guide device, which will tell you the history of the Red Fort as well.
        Qutub Minar, which was built by Qutub Ud din Aibak in 1206, was the first ever monument to be built in Delhi by any Muslim ruler. This was a symbol of the dominance of Muslim over Delhi. This also marks a start of a new style of architecture that is Indo-Islamic Style.

        Jama Masjid is located in the old Delhi opposite to Red Fort. This was built by the famous Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1656. Jama Masjid is said to be the largest mosque in India with a courtyard capacity of 25000 people. There are many interesting facts about Jama Masjid that one should explore by going there.

        Chandini Chowk is the main market of Delhi located directly in front of Red Fort. If you want to see how the old Delhi looked like, then you should explore this market on foot. Chandini Chowk is home to Asia largest Spice Market, Khari Baoli.

        If you are taking one day tour in Delhi, then you will definitely visit the Gurudwaras. There are two main Gurudwaras in Delhi; one is Gurudwara Bangla Sahib and second is Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib. These two are important to religion and history. Both Gurudwaras serve free food to all the people.

        Akshardham Mandir is the biggest Hindu temple in the world. This temple was built in 2005 and has all the latest technology to help people understand the religion and history of Hindus. It has an IMAX theater, high-tech museum, automated boat rides, food courts, musical fountain, etc.

        There are many more places apart from the above-mentioned locations like Jantar Mantar, Lotus Temple, Purana Quila, museums. You can also see the architectural work of British like Sansad Bhawan or Rashtrapati Bhawan, which was built by Sir Edward Lutyens.

Another reason people love to visit Delhi the most is Agra and Jaipur. In the heart of Agra, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is located and Jaipur, which has unique architectural work in its monuments. These both places can be easily reached within 3-4 hours from Delhi by using road or railways.


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