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Top 50 Places to Visit in Delhi, India | Getting Around India’s Capital City
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Top 50 Places to Visit in Delhi, India | Getting Around India’s Capital City 

India, the incredible land of beauty is filled with tourist attractions and has one of the richest assortments of history, culture, and traditions in the world. The place has all kinds of landmarks to see and things to experience.

Whether you are a nature lover or an archeology enthusiast or simply a wide-eyed wanderer, India is the one place you must not miss. And the capital, New Delhi sits right at the heart of the country like a pearl inside an oyster. It can be quite baffling for a first-timer to pick out just a handful from so many attractions, and it can be harder to choose if you’re visiting for a short time. So here we bring you a selection of the best places to visit in Delhi.

Wish to explore more destinations in India? Check out Places to Visit in Mumbai


Top 50 Places to Visit in Delhi, India


1. Red Fort

Red Fort
Source: Holidify

The Red Fort is a memoir of India’s rich historical background. Built-in 1638 by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, the fort still stands as a symbol of India’s grand and glorious past. Enclosed by protective walls of 2.41 kilometers, the Red Fort has a wide area spreading across 254.67 acres. The Red Fort with all its grandeur is one of the must-not-miss places to visit in Delhi.

  • Entry Fees:

Entry fees to the fort are 10 INR for Indians, 250 for foreigners, and free for all children who are aged under 15.

  • Opening Hours:

The gates of the fort stay open from 9 am to 6 pm except for on Mondays, when it is completely closed.

  • Top Attractions:

If you’re visiting the fort, don’t miss the Digambar Jain Mandir, the Paranthe Wali Gali, and the Sis Ganj Gurudwara nearby.

  • Tips:

Since the place is such a popular tourist attraction, there might be a long queue for tickets during the day time.


2. India Gate

India Gate
Source: Goibibo

The India Gate was originally built in 1931 as an homage to the memory of the martyred Indian soldiers of the First Great War, but now it also stands as a memoir of the Freedom Fighters and the great national leaders who struggled for the independence of India. Their names of 13,300 martyred Indian servicemen’s names who sacrificed themselves fighting for the British Indian Army in the First World War are inscribed on the gate. The gate stands arching the Rajpath of Delhi and has a span of 30 feet. And it’s one of the most popular places to visit in Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

Always open.

  • Entry Fees:

Entries to the India Gate are free and open for all.

  • Top Attractions:

If you are at the India Gate, don’t forget to check out the Indian National Gallery of Modern Art nearby.

  • Tips:

If you are lucky enough to make your trip in time for the Indian Republic Day, you will get to witness the Republic Day Parade which is a grand parade hosted by the Indian government and participated by the Indian Army, the Police Force, and other forces on the 26th of January every year.


3. Rashtrapati Bhawan

Rashtrapati Bhawan
Source: Delhi Tourism

The Rashtrapati Bhawan or the President’s residence is another popular tourist attraction of Delhi. In an area of 200,000 square feet, the grand piece of architecture holds 340 rooms, a huge garden (known as the Presidential Gardens), staff quarters, residences of the President’s bodyguards, stables, large conference halls and open spaces, secretariats, and offices within its premises.

  • Opening Hours:

From 9 am till evening on weekdays. Remains closed on holidays. You can pre-book your visit on the official website of Rashtrapati Bhawan.

  • Entry Fees:

No fee for entry is required, but entry is restricted upon pre-booked permits only.

  • Top Attractions:

If you take a stroll through the road you’ll get glimpses of the Indian Parliament House, the National Secretariat, and the Defense Headquarters.

  • Tips:

Entry is strictly restricted to those who have a permit.


4. Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar
Source: Klook

Among all the other places to visit in Delhi, the Qutub Minar is the one place that will leave you mesmerized with its awe-striking design and decoration. It’s a 73-meter tall minaret made of red bricks and has astonishing inscriptions in Parso-Arabic and Nagari alphabets chiseled all over it. It was originally built by Qutub-Uddin Aibak, the founder of the Delhi Sultanate in 1192, and was first reconstructed by Firoz Shah Tughluq and Sikandar Lodi later on. It’s actually a part of a large complex called the Qutub Complex which has been declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

  • Opening Hours:

Open from sunrise till sunset except for on Mondays when it is completely closed.

  • Entry Fees:

Entry is free for children under the age of 15, INR 10 for Indian citizens, and 250 for foreigners.

  • Top Attractions:

The Chhatarpur Temple is nearby. IF possible, also make a trip there.

  • Tips:

The entrance may remain crowded during the daytime and there might be a long queue for tickets.


5. Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar
Source: Goibibo

The Jantar Mantar is one of the most attractive places to visit in Delhi. It’s an astronomical observatory made by Jai Singh, the Maharaja of Jaipur, back in 1724. Although the tall buildings around the construction has hindered the accuracy of the instruments of the observatory long ago, the place still remains to be a scientific wonder and a place to marvel at if you are a science enthusiast.

  • Opening Hours:

The place stays open from sunrise till sunset every day.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 5 for all.

  • Top Attractions:

Take a selfie with the largest Tiranga, or the tricolor, i.e. Indian flag, which is situated at the Central Park in Connaught Place.


6. Humayun’s Tomb

Humayun’s Tomb
Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture

The final resting place of the Mughal Emperor Humayun is not just a regular royal cemetery. It is a red and white marvel of marbles and sandstone, a place of serenity, grandeur, and architectural beauty. The design of Humayun’s tomb is clear evidence of where Shah Jahan got the idea of the Taj Mahal’s design. The tomb was built by Humayun’s wife Haji Begum in 1570, and also serves as the resting place of Bega Begum, Dara Shikoh, Hamida Begum, and other members of the royal family. This is one of the most visited places among the places to visit in Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

Open every day until sunset.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 10 for Indian citizens and SAARC visitors, and 250 for people of other nationalities.

  • Top Attractions:

If you happen to be there on a Thursday, walk to the Dargah or shrine of Nizam-Uddin Awliyah, a Muslim spiritual leader and saint, and get mystified by the traditional Sufi Qawwali music.


7. Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple
Source: Akshardham Official Website

Speaking of places to visit in Delhi, you must not miss the Akshardham Temple. It’s an ancient Hindu temple and one of the largest temples in the world. Although it is quite new and does not have any long historical significance behind its establishment, it’s still visited by tourists and devotees. It was built by the BAPS spiritual organization. Apart from being a place of worship, the temple serves as a popular tourist attraction because of its exhibits for the visitors. There is a Sahajanand Darshan, a Snaskruti Darshan, an Abhishek Mandap, and a Neelkanth Darshan where you can also take a boat ride across the river Yamuna.

Opening Hours:

9:30 am to 6:30 pm except on Mondays.

Entry Fees:

Entries to the temple are free for all. But special charges are applicable to view the exhibits.

Top Attractions:

Try to take an evening boat ride across the Yamuna and get a stunning view of the city lights.

Tips:

Since it is a place of worship, you should dress modestly and women are suggested to cover their heads.


8. Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid
Source: Peter Hvid – Trover

After seeing the largest temple in India, let’s take a tour of the largest mosque in India. The Jama Masjid or the Friday Mosque is one of the most beautiful and architecturally well-planned mosques in the world. It was one of the earliest works of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and is one of the most sacred places of worship for the Muslims in India. The mosque can hold up to 25,000 devotees at a time. Special prayers are held there every Friday and during the two Eids every year.

  • Opening Hours:

7 am to 6:30 pm every day except for the break time from 12 pm to 1:30 pm. Also, it is closed for visitors during the prayer times which depend on the position of the moon.

  • Entry Fees:

Free. But if you want to take your camera inside you’d have to pay INR 200 and 300 for making videos.

  • Top Attractions:

Do try the luscious biriyani and Chicken Changezi at Karim’s restaurant nearby.

  • Tips:

You should always dress modestly and women should always cover their heads with scarves while visiting the mosque. If you do not have the appropriate clothing with you, you can rent it from the mosque authority.


9. Purana Quila

Purana Qila
Source: Ram Iyer – Flickr

The Purana Quila or the Old Fort is one of the most ancient places to visit in Delhi. The oldest found evidence of the place being inhabited dates back to 25,00 years in the pre-Maurya era. It was first reconstructed by the Mughal Emperor Humayun during his reign, and Sher Shah Suri also renovated it later on. It is an ancient architectural and archeological wonder.

  • Opening Hours:

7 am to 5 pm.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 5 for Indians, 100 for foreigners.

  • Top Attractions:

You can take a boat ride near the fort.

  • Tips:

The Indian National Zoo and the Supreme Court Museum are close by, you can make a short trip if you have the time.


10. Bangla Sahib Gurudwara

Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
Source: Wedding Documentary

So far we’ve seen a temple, and a mosque, why not make a visit to a Gurudwara? For those wondering, a Gurudwara is the place of worship of the Sikh people, and the Bangla Sahib Gurudwara happens to be one of the top sacred Gurudwaras in India. So obviously, it will be a very important site among the places to visit in Delhi. The Gurudwara was established back in 1783 by General Sardar Bhagel Singh. Apart from being a place of worship, the complex also holds a higher secondary school, a hospital, a museum, and a library.

  • Opening Hours:

Every day.

  • Entry Fees:

Free for all.

  • Top Attractions:

The Rakab Gank Gurudwara, the Birla Mandir, and St. Cathedral Church are nearby.

  • Tips:

The marble floors get pretty heated in the sun during the day. And since you can’t wear shoes inside, it’s a good idea to visit after sunset.


11. Raj Ghat

Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
Source: T2India

The Raj Ghat is the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, India’s Father of the Nation. Here lies the Gandhi Smriti that commemorates the place of his abode until his assassination in 1948. Everything is kept exactly as he left them. The rooms where he used to sleep and where he prayed are open for visitors. The place also has paintings, sculptures, and artworks on Gandhiji done by renowned artists from all over the world. This is one of the most historically and patriotically significant places to visit in Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

10 am to 5 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.

  • Top Attractions:

The Feroz Shah Kotla Fort is nearby.

  • Tips:

It is a popular place for school groups to visit, so it stays crowded during weekdays.


12. Hauz Khas Fort

Hauz Khas Fort
Source: Delhi Tourism

If you’re on a quest to find places to visit in Delhi, then get ready to see a lot of forts, because the city has quite a number of them. Another such fort is the Hauz Khas Fort. The fort is is a complex that sits amidst a lake with all its architectural beauty and brilliance. It was built around the 13th century and then renovated by Firoz Shah Tughluq. The place is popular for cultural activities and bird watching, and also as a picnic spot.

  • Opening Hours:

Open from sunrise till sunset.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.

  • Top Attractions:

You can also check out the Green Park attached to the fort.

  • Tips:

The fort is a popular hub for students for organizing flash mobs and musical jam sessions. You might even catch a live performance by some amateur artist group if you’re lucky.


13. Agrasen Ki Baoli

Agrasen Ki Baoli
Source: lensnmatter – Flickr

This will be one of the most unique places to visit in Delhi. Agrasen Ki Baoli is an ancient stepwell located in Connaught Place which is 60 meters in length and 15 meters in width and is known for its haunted stories. The place became even more popular as a tourist attraction after a famous sequence from the Bollywood movie PK was shot in here.

Opening Hours:

9 am to 5:30 pm.

Entry Fee:

Free.

Tips:

If you’re a photographer, this place could provide you with some stunning backdrops.


14. Crafts Museum

Crafts Museum
Source: Manfred Sommer – Flickr

The Crafts Museum is a vintage museum situated in the Pragati Maidan and is themed with the setup of a traditional Indian village. The lace was established for preserving and encouraging the local traditional handicrafts of India. If you are an art enthusiast, this is one of the most important places to visit in Delhi for you.

  • Opening Hours:

9:30 am to 5 am from July to September and 9:30 am to 6 pm from October to June.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.

  • Top Attractions:

The courtyard at the back sells handmade crafts items made by local artisans, and you can also have a delightful breakfast at Cafe Lota.


15. National Rail Museum

National Rail Museum
Source: Delhipedia

Ever heard of a museum for trains? The National Rail Museum in Delhi is a museum that is solely dedicated to all the vintage antique and working models of trains, rail equipment, railway furniture, appliances, and photographs. Of all the places to visit in Delhi, this will be the most unusually fun one.

  • Opening Hours:

9:30 am to 5:30 pm except on Mondays and national holidays.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 20 for all.

  • Top Attractions:

Prince of Wales’s Saloon, Maharaja of Mysore’s Saloon.

  • Tips:

If you have kids with you, do give them a ride on the mono toy train.


16. Shankar’s International Dolls Museum

Shankar’s International Dolls Museum
Source: Museums of India

This one’s another interesting one among the places to visit in Delhi. The Shankar’s International Dolls Museum is a place that has a collection of over 6500 dolls from 85 countries, each in their traditional native attire. All of these dolls were collected by the famous cartoonist K Shankar Pillai.

  • Opening Hours:

10 am to 5:30 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 15 for adults, 5 for children.


17. Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk
Source: Holidify

Your Delhi sightseeing will remain incomplete even if you see all the places to visit in Delhi if you don’t take a stroll down Chandni Chowk. The hustling and bustling old street market is known for its wholesale and street foods.

  • Opening Hours:

24/7

  • Entry Fees:

Free.

  • Tips:

Exotic Indian items such as spices and garments are sold in wholesale in here, so you better make a list before you visit.


18. National Museum

National Museum
Source: Wikipedia

The National Museum of India is right here in Delhi, and it is a storehouse of a wide range of Indian and foreign art. The museum exhibits its items divided into multiple sections like archeology, manuscripts, paintings, armory, and more. It is one of the most significant places to visit in Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

10 am to 6 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

20 Indian Rupees for Indians and 650 for foreigners.


19. Lodhi Gardens

Lodhi Gardens
Source: Delhi Tourism

The Lodhi Gardens is a garden complex built by the Sayyad dynasty. It is one of the last remains of the architecture of this pre-Mughal era in India. Here lie the tombs of Sikandar Lodhi and Mohammad Shah. It is one of the most serene places to visit in Delhi. Lose yourself in the calm tranquility of the garden complex away from the madding crowd of the city.

  • Opening Hours:

Sunrise till sunset.

  • Entry Fees:

Free but if you are on a school trip you’d have to pre-register.


20. Tamra Shangri La’s

Tamra Shangri La’s
Source: Let’s Expresso

The Tamra restaurant in Shangri La is heaven for foodies’ right in the heart of Delhi. It is situated inside the Eris Hotel at Connaught place, and one of the most exquisite places to visit in Delhi if you’re looking for authentic Indian and continental dishes.

  • Opening Hours:

6 am to 12 pm, 24/7.

  • Cost For Two:

INR 3000 with drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic upon your preference) included.


21. The Blue Bar

The Blue Bar
Source: TrueLocalz

Do you want to experience the nightlife of the Indian capital? Then this is the epitome of all the places to visit in Delhi for you. The Blue Bar serves as both a luxury restaurant and a bar and is known for its classy interior decor.

  • Opening Hours:

12:30 pm to 12:45 am on weekdays and 5 pm to 12:45 am on weekends.

  • Cost For Two:

3500 INR.


22. Khan Chacha’s

Khan Chacha’s
Source: DforDelhi

The tiny little kabab shop started back in the 1970s by Haji Banda Hasan that has now become an inseparable part of the old city’s landscape. This is one of the musts among all the places to visit in Delhi. Their luscious Mutton Seekh and Chicken Tikka Roll will make you come back to the shop every time you visit Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

11 am to 11 pm.

  • Cost For Two:

650 INR for a full course lunch or dinner.


23. Tomb Of Safdarjung

Tomb Of Safdarjung
Source: Wikipedia

This marvelous tomb made of marble and sandstone was built in 1754 but the architectural style was a reflection of the Mughal style. It was one of the last masterpieces of the falling Mughal Empire. If you are into architecture or archeology, this is one of the most important places to visit in Delhi for you.

  • Opening Hours:

7 days a week from sunrise to sunset.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 15 for Indians and nationals of SAARC countries, 200 for others.

  • Tips:

Don’t miss the Char Bagh plan, the mausoleum, the five-part facade, the hidden stairway, and the nine-fold floor.


24. Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

Feroz Shah Kotla Fort
Source: Story at Every Corner

Built by one of the last sultans of the Tughluq dynasty, Feroz Shah, the Kotla, or historic monument bears marks of more than just the sultanate. It was actually built upon the remains of a Mauryan infrastructure and hence is a mixture of the two architectural styles from the two different eras. This is a must-see among all the places to visit in Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

6 am to 6 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 15 for Indians and nationals of SAARC countries, 200 for others.


25. Pragati Maidan

Pragati Maidan - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Hindustan Times

The Pragati Maidan is a complex that holds many exhibits within its premises. It has a total area of 150 acres that holds large halls, roads, paved lawns, gardens, and more. Great place for clicking photos.

  • Opening Hours:

Timing depends on the timings of the events that are currently being hosted there, but each visit can last roughly up to two hours.

  • Entry Fees:

Per person package deal starts from INR 9914.


26. Nizamuddin Dargah

Nizamuddin Dargah - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Nizamuddin Dargah – Youtube

The shrine of Baba Nizamuddin is one of the most sacred places to visit in Delhi. The Dargah has an auspicious aura to it which will purify your soul no matter what faith you belong to, or even if you are not a believer. The Place is also known for its adjacent market which is filled with street foods, mainly sweets, and snacks.

  • Opening Hours:

5 am to 10:30 pm every day.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.

  • Tips:

Make your trip around the evening and catch a live performance of the infamous Qawwali music.


27. Nehru Planetarium

Nehru Planetarium - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Online Tour Guide

The Nehru Planetarium is a must-visit place among the places to visit in Delhi if you have kids with you. They will love it. It’s great for astronomy enthusiasts of all ages in general. Get lost in outer space with short documentaries about both in Hindi and English, each lasting for about 35 minutes.

  • Opening Hours:

English shows are held from 11; 30 am to 3:30 pm, and the Hindi ones from 1:30 to 4 pm.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 60 for each.


28. Okhla Bird Sanctuary

Okhla Bird Sanctuary - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Hindustan TImes

The Okhla Bird Sanctuary is a little on the outskirts of Delhi, but we’ll be including it as one of the places to visit in Delhi because we don’t want you to miss out on this. If you’re a bird watcher or nature lover, this is the place for you to go. There are a lot of places to visit in Delhi, but this one stands out as the one closest to nature.

  • Opening Hours:

From sunrise till sunset.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.


29. Lajpat Market

Lajpat Market - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: TripSavvy

The Lajpat market is named after the martyred Indian national leader Lala Lajpat Rai and is famous for its cheap rates. If you are looking for souvenirs, this is the place for you.

  • Opening Hours:

9 am to 10 pm except on Mondays.


30. Garden Of Five Senses

Garden Of Five Senses - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: MouthShut

One of the most activity-packed places to visit in Delhi, the Garden of Five Senses is not just a park where you go and roam around. It is a place that has activities that you can participate in and experience with all your 5 sensory organs. This place will be loved by your kids.

  • Opening Hours:

9 am to 5 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

Entry is free, but the activities have separate charges.


31. Khan Market

Khan Market - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: DNA

The Khan Market is a posh market for fancy items made by famous brands. This is one of the places to visit in Delhi for people on a high budget. But you can always take a tour even if you won’t be shopping here!

  • Opening Hours:

10 am to 11 pm except on Sundays.


32. Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: TripSavvy

This is a modern-day temple that is shaped like a lotus, which is the national flower of India. The temple belongs to the Bahai faith and people from all religions are welcome here. It can hold up to 2500 visitors at a time and is a standout among the places to visit in Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

Tuesday to Sunday 9:30 am to 5 pm in winters and 9:30 am to 7 pm in summers.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.


33. Nehru Park

Nehru Park - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Wikipedia

Nehru Park is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Delhi. With landscapes full of green and the calm and quiet of nature, this place has become a hub for cultural activities in Delhi. It is also a popular shooting spot and an ideal place for a family picnic.

  • Opening Hours:

6 am to 8 pm.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.

  • Tips:

Concerts are often hosted here; see if you can catch one.

Read also: Tourist Places in India


34. ISKCON Temple

ISKCON Temple - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Maps of India

ISCKON temple is administrated by ISCKON, the spiritual institution founded in 1966 by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. The temple has some really interesting exhibits and hosts multimedia shows for the visitors.

  • Opening Hours:

4:30 am to 8:30 pm every day.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.

  • Tips:

Try visiting the temple during the evening to catch the soothing bhajans and the aartis.


35. Madame Tussaud’s Delhi

Madame Tussauds Delhi - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: WhatsOn

The Madamae Tussaud’s in Delhi was built to imitate the Madame Tussaud’s in London. It is run by Merlin Entertainment and holds wax sculptures of famous personalities including world leaders, historical personalities, Hollywood and Bollywood stars.

  • Opening Hours:

10 m to 7:30 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

Around 1000 INR for a detour and pictures with the sculptures.


36. National War Museum

National War Museum - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Condé Nast Traveller

The National War Museum was built to commemorate and honor the armed forces of India. It has several memorial walls that have the names of the martyred servicemen of the Indian Armed Forces inscribed on them. It also has firearms, vehicles, and other equipment used in historical battles preserved for display.

  • Opening Hours:

10 am to 6 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 15 for Indians and 200 for foreigners.


37. Waste To Wonders Park

Waste To Wonders Park - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Hindustan Times

The Waste to Wonders Park is one of the most unique places to visit in Delhi. It has replicas of the Seven Wonders of the World, all made from scrap and waste. It has replicas of the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids of Egypt, and many more, made solely out of recycled trash.

  • Opening Hours:

11 am to 11 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

Entry fees vary for people of different ages but the maximum is INR 50. But it’s free for children under 3 and senior citizens above 65 years of age.


38. Select Citywalk

Select Citywalk - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: What’s Up Life

The Select Citywalk is a posh shopping mall that has all the fancy brand shops. It has 180 retail outlets and an open plaza with a food court. One of the best places for shopping in Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

11 am till late in the evening.


39. Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: TripSavvy

The Dilli Haat is an open plaza cum crafts bazaar administrated by the Delhi Tourism Authority (DTTDC). Craftsmen from all over the country come here to showcase and sell their handmade goods. It is one of the most exotic places to visit in Delhi.

  • Opening Hours:

10 am to 10 pm every day.

  • Entry Fees:

INR 20.


40. The Mandi House Theatres

The Mandi House Theatres - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Justdial

Mandi House is a place near India Gate which is a hub for theatre enthusiasts. It has many open stages and closed auditoriums that host plays and dramas on different occasions throughout the year. If you are a theatre fan, this is one of the main attractions among the places to visit in Delhi for you.

  • Opening Hours:

Depending on the show timings.

  • Entry Fees:

Different stages and auditoriums have different charges.


41. Karol Bagh Market

Karol Bagh Market - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Wikipedia

Karol Bagh Market is one of the oldest markets in Delhi. It has a wide array of shops selling varieties of products from clothes to jewelry to accessories. And the rates are pretty cheap too.

  • Opening Hours:

10 am to 8 pm except on Mondays.


42. Kunzum Travel Cafe

Kunzum Travel Cafe - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Kunzum Official Site

Sit back; this is not one of those common tourist spots. The Kunzum Travel Cafe is a place where old stories are shared and new ones are crafted. Travelers from other places come here to relax and share their experiences.

  • Opening Hours:

11 am to 7:30 pm.

  • Entry Fees:

You pay as you like for whatever you buy.


43. Paharganj

Paharganj - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Shutterstock

Paharganj is a renowned neighborhood in Central Delhi. It is one of those places to visit in Delhi that will give you the true essence of the ancient city. It has a wide range of hotels, lodges, dhabas, and shops for different purposes and budgets. The place got its name due to the fact that it is located near the Raisina Hills, and the Rashtrapati Bhavan can be seen from here.

  • Opening Hours:

11 am to 9 pm except on Mondays.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.


44. Club Pangaea

Club Pangaea - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Forbes

If you want to try some exotic fine dining along with exotic drinks and exquisite alcohol, then Club Pangaea is the place for you to go. It serves a wide variety of Turkish, Indian, European, American foods, and some finger foods to go with your drinks. It’s a great place for a date, so don’t forget to take your partner along with you!

  • Opening Hours:

12 pm to 1 am.

  • Cost For Two:

An average of 4000 INR should get you a full course meal including drinks.


45. Laxminarayan Temple

Laxminarayan Temple - Places to Visit in Delhi
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One of the major temples built by the Birla family is the Laxminarayan Temple. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Delhi. Among all the places to visit in Delhi, this one is a must.

  • Opening Hours:

4:30 am to 1:30 pm, and 2:30 pm to 9 pm any day of the week.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.


46. Shahpur Jat

Shahpur Jat - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Culture Trip

The Shahpur Jat is the place to go for shopping and eating with your friends. The place has outlets that sell designer clothing, makeup and accessories, jewelry and more from all the famous brands. And has a wide array of restaurants and eateries to treat your taste buds.

  • Opening Hours:

9 am till late at night.

  • Entry Fees:

Free.


47. North Campus

North Campus - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: CoHo

The North Campus is a place for foodies. The place is a popular hub for students who love to explore different cuisines but have a limited budget. Therefore, the place is heaven for cheap eats. It is among the most beloved places to visit in Delhi for students and food lovers.

  • Opening Hours:

9 am till late at night.

  • Average Cost:

INR 200 should get you a decent meal from the cuisine of your choice.


48. South Campus

South Campus - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Delhi University

South Campus is a place just like the North campus. It specializes in Italian, American, North Indian, Chinese, and other cuisines.

  • Opening Hours:

Opening hours here are the same as North Campus.

  • Cost:

Food prices here are more or less like that in North Campus.


49. Pandara Road

Pandara Road - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: DSSC

Pandara Road is famous for its Asian, pan-Asian, and continental cuisines. It has a handful of upmarket eating places that sell varieties of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from all over India and Asia.

  • Opening Hours:

8 am till late at night.

  • Cost:

It depends on the restaurant you choose.


50. Connaught Place

Connaught Place - Places to Visit in Delhi
Source: Travel + Leisure India

Connaught Place is a popular hub for restaurants, shops, and varieties of entertainment centers. It has a good number of eateries from specializing in different cuisines ranging from budget-friendly to exquisite.

  • Opening Hours:

8 am till late at night.

  • Cost:

It depends on the restaurant.

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Delhi is a please of delight. It is impossible to see all of Delhi in a single trip, but we still tried to bring the best for you in our list of the top 50 places to visit in Delhi. We hope this helps, and that you enjoy your trip.

 

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