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Delhi

Delhi is the capital city of India and is rich in history. The city is known for mosques, monuments, forts built by the Mughal rulers which at one time occupied this city. This city comprises of the contrast of rambling Old Delhi and properly planned New Delhi. This makes it interesting for the tourist to explore both.

In case you are planning to explore Delhi then you will find many public transportation facilities. But if luxury and comfort is your choice then no other option can be best then hiring car rental. You will not at all feel tired even though you have traveled a lot. When you reach the attractions you would be ready to explore it completely.

 

Few Delhi attractions that you can check out are:

Red Fort

One of the most popular monuments which recollect the Mughal emperors rule over India is Red Fort. The walls of this fort where stretched over two kilometers in order to keep invaders away form the fort and I was built in the year 1638. But still they failed to protect the fort from Sikhs and Britishers. In order to provide you an insight of ancient era a show is held for one hour which highlights the fort's history.

Jama Masjid

A Spectacular treasure of Old City is Jama Mashid. This is a mosque which took around thirteen years to completely build. In case you are planning to visit this attraction make sure that you dress properly or else there are chances you will not be allowed. You will be required to cover your head, legs and shoulders.

Humayun's Tomb

This is an inspiration for the Taj Mahal's creations and so looks somewhat similar to it. It was constructed in the years 1570. This was the first kind of Mughal architecture in India. This tomb is inclusive of big complex which comprises of beautiful gardens.

Lodi Gardens

This is the place which will retreat you if you are really tired or worn out. This was the garden built in the year 1936 by the Bristish. This park is enjoyed by the joggers, yoga practitioners as well as young couples.

Qutub Minar

One of the tallest brick minarets over the world is Qutub Minar. This is the perfect example of Indo-Islamic architecture. This was constructed in the year 1206, however the reason behind construction of this remains a mystery. The tower is covered with very detailed carvings as well as verses from the holy Quran.

India Gate

In the center of New Delhi there is a towering archway called as India Gate. This is the war memorial which was build in the memory of Indian soldiers that lost their lives against the fight with British army in world War I. In the night this looks marvelous under the floodlights as well as the gardens that are lined up boulevard are known for enjoying summer evenings.

Garden of five senses

One of the peaceful places when you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city is Garden of Five Senses. This is not an ordinary garden rather it is the one that will awaken your five senses. It is a twenty acre site that comprises of landscape of flowers and plants, waterfalls, rocks, murals, ceramic bells as well as spiral walkways. There is a live music in amphitheater. Restaurants and bars are also there for your relaxation.

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