3/5 - Okay
NJ11 Dec 2019
Air quality is very poor so did not walk around in the open too much. Stayed indoor most of the time.
Trip time! Discover the temples, culture and monuments in New Delhi.
Explore the historic city of New Delhi—shopping, temples and popular sights from Jantar Mantar to Jama Masjid.
While in Karol Bagh, you'll enjoy the breweries. Catch the metro at Karol Bagh Station to see top sights like Ajmal Khan Road while you're in the area.
Shopping and cafes are some noteworthy features of Paharganj. Make a stop by Ramakrishna Mission while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Rama Krishna Ashram Marg Station to get around town.
Feel the beating heart of New Delhi as you shop in boutiques, snack at street food stalls or simply watch the urban rush in this business and commercial hub.
Travellers choose Dwarka for its abundant dining options. Hop aboard the metro at Dwarka Sector 11 Station or Dwarka Sector 10 Station and check out top sights like Dada Dev Mandir.
You might enjoy the shopping on your visit to Greater Kailash. Visitors recommend a visit to Kailash Colony Market, and you can get around town on the metro at Kailash Colony Station.
You might enjoy the restaurants while in Rohini. New Delhi City Center Mall is a notable sight, and you can get around town at Rithala Station or Rohini West Station to see more of the city.
Reviewed on 6 Dec 2019
Reviewed on 9 Dec 2019
This large, red-walled complex showcases a long period of Indian history and art from the reign of the Mughal emperors in India.
One of the world’s largest Hindu temples demonstrates Indian culture and history through architecture, exhibitions, gardens, a musical fountain and a boat ride.
This 16th-century emperor’s garden tomb, commissioned nine years after the ruler’s death, is an early example of red sandstone and marble Mughal architecture.
Wander around this vibrant market to experience the sights, sounds and smells of Indian bazaars, and to visit centuries-old temples.
Visit this eye-catching red-stone structure to experience New Delhi's rich Muslim culture and savor an architectural landscape that is as grand as it is detailed.
Walk along a majestic boulevard to visit this significant Indian monument, then relax with a picnic on lush green lawns.
Verified traveller2 Dec 2019
Looks prosperous, progressive, modern fscilities