Delhi, the capital of India and one of the oldest cities of the world, is unlike any other city on the planet. It’s a place that not only touches your pulse but even fastens it to a frenetic speed.With a history that goes back many centuries & empires, Delhi showcases an ancient culture and a rapidly modernising country. From the labyrinth of narrow lanes, old havelis and colourful bazaars of Old Delhi to the best features of a modern city such as a metro system, gleaming malls, bustling markets and fabulous eating places; the past and the present mix seamlessly together in Delhi.
Centuries-old monuments are a part of the city’s daily life. An array of historical sites including the World Heritage Sites of Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar rest amongst several historical treasures in Delhi’s possession. Add to this the presence of diverse cultures, sprawling greenery, rich architecture and a famed cuisine, and Delhi becomes one of the undisputed highlights of the country.
Delhi, the capital of India, is not just a single city, but many cities reborn to become one. This lively metropolis is an intense blend of cultures, cuisines and people. Seeped into its rich fabric are traditions, monuments & geography that connect its historical grandeur with the current modern era. There's so much to experience here, and enough to leave you coming back for more.
Constructed by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as the palace of his fortified capital Shahjahanabad, the Red Fort was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal dynasty for nearly 200 years, until 1857.
A World Heritage Site monument built by Qutub-ud-din Aikab of the Delhi Sultanate, the Qutub Minar ranks as one of the most famous attractions in India.
Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport is connected to all the major cities of the world. Almost all the major airlines have their flights operate nationally/internationally.
Delhi is the headquarters of the Northern Railway and is a very well connected railhead with all major cities and towns in India via its 4 major stations.
Delhi is well connected, by a network of roads and national highways, with all the major cities in India. Both the government and private transport providers provide frequent bus services.
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