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Delhi Sightseeing

If you are a traveller who wants to explore the places alone then Delhi is the right place for you. Delhi sightseeing by car is a wonderful way to enjoy the places in Delhi. Of course, one can ditch the car and take a metro ride for a smaller route. India is country where 22 languages are majorly spoken in India. The culture and heritage is so diverse that no two states are similar in terms of language, culture and lifestyle.

But for
the capital of India, the story is different. Delhi is a migrant’s city where people from all over the country come and visit. So to explore what you like or not the best is to have a Delhi sightseeing by car and then further decide the state which you would like to explore further.

Here are things you could visit in Delhi:

1. Red Fort

The most famous monument of Delhi, Red fort reminds the tourists of the Mughal Dynasty. It is better to take a guide while taking the one hour tour and the musical show that takes place every evening. There are beautiful stories to hear about the fort and the mughal emperor Shah Jahan who decided to shift the capital of the country to Delhi, from Agra.

Entry cost: Foreigners – INR 250.00, Indians – INR 10.00, Free for children less than 15 years.

Opening hours: 09:00 am – 06:00 pm, Monday closed.

2. Humayun’s tomb

Humayun’s tomb was built in 1950. It has so much resemblance to Taj Mahal since it was the inspiration behind the 7th wonder of the world. It’s located near Nizamuddin Railway Station and this is where you can begin exploring the immense contrast between Old and New Delhi if you’ve already visited the first two places mentioned in the article.

Entry cost: As same as of the Red Fort.

Opening hours: Sunrise until sunset, and you should schedule the plan to view it in the golden light of the late afternoon.
To be honest, the pleasant scene will make your evening.

3. Qutb Minar

Qutub Minar is a 120m high monument in South Delhi that was built by Qutab-ud-din Aibak in 1193 to mark the defeat of the last hindu kingdom ruling the city. The tower has five distinct stories and one can see very sophisticated carvings and verses from the holy Quran.

Entry cost: Foreigners – INR 250.00, Indians – INR 10.00, Free for children less than 15 years.

Opening hours: Sunrise until sunset, daily.

4. Lotus Temple

The temple is shaped as a lotus flower, hence it is known as lotus temple. According to the history, the temple belongs to the Bahai faith and it asserts the unity in religions and people. Irrespective of the caste, gender, religion, anybody who wishes to pray can come inside the temple and pray freely.

Entry cost: Free.

Opening hours: Daily from 09:00 am until
sunset.

There are so many more places to explore and local food to eat in Delhi. Besides, the city is a shopping hub for people who do not wish to travel all the way to other states. The city has everything any state of the country has to offer.

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