Destination in Delhi - Don't Forgot to Visit

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Destination in Delhi - Don't Forgot to Visit

The capital of India, Delhi is a much more than just a city of love. It is the perfect combination of tradition and modernity. A city with innumerable architecture and monuments on one hand and a world-class runway and metro on the other. Shopping malls, street food, thrifty shopping places, spiritual places, theater, you name it and Delhi has it! Here are the 3 must - see places in Delhi. Take down your notes and visit them all when you drop by!

Akshardham - Closest metro station- (Blue Line).

This is a must - see the site and should be high on your preference list. Akshardham attracts 90% of all tourists who visit Delhi (not surprising at all!). Once you enter, I bet you would not want to leave. It has jaw - dropping architecture, a fascinating fountain show, an informational ride, huge garden, food courts that offers delicious dishes and much more.

Tip - Try to arrive early so that you can feel all activities before the complex closes.

National Gallery of Modern Art - Closest metro station - Khan Market (Violet Line).

If you are an art lover or just like to go ‘aww’ over wonderful brush strokes, you must pay a visit to this place. National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) is one of the most comfortable public houses in Delhi. Take a walk on this wonderful piece of architecture and you will not want to get back to the fast-moving roads of Delhi.

Tip - Buy picture postcards and souvenirs at affordable prices from the Museum shop.

Lotus Temple - Closest metro station- Nehru Place (Violet Line).

The Lotus Temple or the Baha'i house of worship is an architectural masterpiece that will make you want to go ‘wow awesome’ but wait, you can not say that aloud! Well, when inside the temple, you have to keep silence! There are no sermons or ritualistic activities practiced, one can just sit in peace and pray to their respective gods.

Tip - Lotus Temple combines daily shows to educate people about Baha'i faith.

For more inquiry about tourist attractions in Delhi, please visit www.fourwheeldriveindia.com

 

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