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Where to go Delhi
 
Where to go in Delhi, India and visit the best places in Delhi
 

Where to go in New Delhi, India and visit the best places in Delhi. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

 
The capital of India with an architecture history of thousand years is a perfect destination for a holiday or a business trip. The overall picture of Delhi is rich with culture and human diversity in the environment of a green, eco-friendly landscape for the most part. It is the 8 largest metropolises in the world by population. The summers in Delhi are extremely hot and long. It is the largest commercial centre in Northern India. Indira Ghandi International Airport connects Delhi to all important international airports and the vast domestic network. It is a hub for Luxury trains like Palace-on-Wheels, Fairy Queen and the Royal Orient and has one of the largest rail networks in the world. Fast and well served trains connect New Delhi to many important destinations in India. The Highways and Express ways connect it with the rest of India. As an user of Event1001 you are looking for best ideas and city tips for your daytrip, convention, special events or a business trip in Delhi. Have a look on this Where to go in Delhi page of Event1001 and maybe you will find new tips when you visit Delhi, India.
 
Tip 1: Gandhi Museum: this museum is dedicated to Ghandi and contains some of his personal belongings. Here you find sculptures, photographs and painting of Gandhi and the history of the Satyagraha movement. The Indira Gandhi Memorial is the formal residence what is converted into a museum. You will find a collection of rare photographs of the Nationalist movement and personal moments of the family.
 
Tip 2: National Gallery of Modern Art: here you can explore Indian contemporary art. The former residence of erstwhile Maharajas of Jaipur. Painting older than 150 years and paintings from the 19th and early 20th century paintings of British artists, Thomas and William Daniell.
 
Tip 3: More Museums: If you are interested in the heritage and history of Delhi there are many museums to visit. They have activity rooms for children to play and learn. More popular museums are: National Rail Museum, National Children's museum, Tibet House Museum, Zakir Hussain Museum, Air Force Museum and many more.
 
Tip 4: Adventure Sports: no mather what kind of season sporting activities can be undertaken in Delhi like water, scooter, motorboat rides and pedal boating. Soft adventure activities, trekking and mountain climbing are also great things to do. Or go camping and enjoy Delhi great outdoors. Rock climbing at the Garden of Five Senses is a great way to spend a day.
 
Tip 5: Golf: Delhi region offers a keen golfer many options from a Championship 18 holes course designed by Greb Norman to the city's oldest yet elitist Delhi Golf Club. Besides these two, Delhi has 7 other modern course ach throwing its own challenge for an Ace or a birdie.
 
Tip 6: The Garden of five Senses: is a mixture of colour, fragrance, texture. There are art sculptures a pool of water lilies and much more. This all arise the five senses, hear, taste, vision, touch and smell. Food and shopping courts sell natural and craft products and refreshments. This is a solar energy park and has many attractions and hosts cultural programmes like Garden Festival, Yoga Camps, Nature Walks and many more.
 
Tip 7: Parks: Delhi has beautiful parks to visit or even spent a whole day in. Great parks to have a picnic, watch birds, see amazing Buddha’s and Tombs. Visit for example India Gate Lawns, Buddha Javanti Park, Central Park, Millennium Park, Nehru Park and many many more.
 
Tip 8: Temples: Akshardham Temple is a beautiful temple built without steel; it consists of 234 ornately carved pillars, 9 ornate domes, 20 quadrangle shikhars a spectacular plinth of stone elephants and 20000 statues. Or the Mandir Temple which is a fusion of pink stone and pure white marble, where pink stone symbolizes devotion in eternal bloom and white marble that of absolute purity and eternal peace.
 
Tip 9: Hauz Khas village: The Hauz Khas complex in Delhi houses a water tank, an Islamic seminary, a mosque, a tomb and pavilions built around an urbanized village with medieval history traced to the thirteenth century.
 
Tip 10: Chandni Chowk: originally this means moonlit square and is one of the oldest and culturally rich places in Delhi. A must visit for someone looking for the old world charm.
 
Tip 11: Children entertainment: in Bal Bhawan there are workshops on theatre, music, painting and clay modelling. Here are also the National Children's Museum and Science Park. A great place to visit. But you can also take them to the Food & Fun Village, Shankar's International Doll Museum or the sound and light show in Red Fort.
 
Tip 12: Heritage: The Red Fort built by Emperor Shah Jehan or Qutub Minar a fluted red sandstone minaret built over two centuries from 1193 AD, rising to 238 feet and carves with verses from the holy Quran. The Humanyun's Tomb, the inspirational piece of architecture for the Taj Mahal, where rests one of the greatest Mughals.
 
Tip 13: History comes to life in the form of historical artefacts that are elegantly displaced in the spacious gallery of the National Museum. Rare relics, Central Asian antiquate, Indian Textiles, tribal masks and weapons are exhibited. Www.nationalmuseumindia.gov.in
 
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