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About Delhi

Home to one of the two main international airports in India, Delhi provides many visitors with their first Indian experiences. Delhi has a varied enough collection of monuments, museums, markets and historic buildings to provide something for all. Delhi is also a convenient gateway to Agra and the Taj Mahal, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and the other great draws of Rajasthan.

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Old Delhi is the capital district’s finest visitor attraction. This old walled area was built by Moghul emperors in the 17th century. Highlights for modern day visitors include the Red Fort, vibrant bazaars and palaces like Bhagirath. Even Old Delhi Railway Station looks like it was built for emperors.

The central road in New Delhi is Rajpath and it links the presidents’ palace, Rashtrapati Bhavan, and the towering arch called India Gate. The business hub of Connaught Place and 20 foreign embassies are nearby. Among museums in New Delhi are the National Rail, the Indian National and the Shankar Doll museums.

Three of the religious delights in Delhi are the Sikh Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Temple, the Italian-style Sacred Heart Cathedral and Laxminarayan Temple. Laxminarayan was dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi in the 1930s and is nowadays one of the city’s most visited sites.

Restaurants and Bars

Dining in Delhi is a pleasure as its food is generally less spicy than the fiery dishes found in southern India. Suggested dishes to try are tandoori or butter chicken, momo rolls, kebabs and the found-everywhere chaat snacks. Different eateries serve food for different people and Jain vegetarian, Muslim and Muglai dishes are on the various menus. Connaught Place is the hub of nightlife in Delhi, featuring bars such as the Shamrock Irish Pub and Rick's at the Taj Mahal Hotel.

Shopping

Delhi boasts a great collection of places to go shopping. In the Red Fort, Chatta Chowk is a covered bazaar and a premium spot to buy souvenirs. Among the items sold are bead and hand-made jewellery, pictures of elephants and Shiva painted on cloth, masks and wooden statues. Two of the selection of modern shopping venues are Shehnai Mall and an upmarket Swarovski jewellery and accessories outlet.