Connaught Place in New Delhi is one of the famous financial and commercial business centres and market places in New Delhi.
Kamla Nagar market is famous among the students and other citizens of the city who are looking for great deals on items they buy.
Khan Market is one of the most famous, one of the most costliest and oldest markets of Delhi famous for variety of products.
Gaffar Market is one of the oldest market in Delhi. This market is mainly famous for electronic spare parts all over India.
Thai High, Amalfi, Parikrama, Dramz, The sky high are some of the topmost and famous rooftop restaurants in Delhi
Palika Bazar is located underground CP (Connaught place) and is fully air conditioned selling many day to day useful items on a much lower prices.
Karol bagh market in New Delhi is famous for Gaffar market, Peshawari chicken, Roshan di kulfi, Jhandewalan Hanuman Mandir
The famous electronic markets in Delhi are, Gaffar Market, Nehru Place, Janpath Market, palika Bazar, Lajpat Rai Market, Bhagirath Palace, Wazirpur
PVR Cinema is a India's biggest movie chain which has evolved the in the multiplex revolution.
Delhi Sadar Bazaar
India Gate is a historic site devoted in order to honor Undivided India’s Army men who died between 1914 and 1921 throughout World War I.
One of the most crowded markets in Delhi is Lajpat Nagar Market which is heaven for girls as there are plenty of clothes here in the market.
Khas Mahal is located in the Red Fort, Delhi which was used as the private residence of the Mughal Emperor in Delhi.
Shish Gumbad is located in Lodhi Gardens which consists of many graves of unidentified inhabitants
The Central park is located in the heart of the city in Connaught place which is famous among tourists.
Satya Niketan Park is located in Satya Niketan, Delhi with lot of greeneries.
National Gallery of Modern Art in Delhi is the leading art gallery of India which was established in 29th March 1954.
India Habitat Centre in Delhi is one of the most comprehensive convention centres in India.
Iron Pillar of Delhi located in Qutb Complex was built by Chandragupta II.
National Indo-African Friendship Rose Garden, located in Chanakyapuri Delhi is popularly known as National Rose Garden.
Hauz-i-Shamsi, also called Shamsi Talab meaning 'Sunny Water Tank' is a water reservoir built by Iltutmish in 1230 CE.
Agrasen Ki Baoli is a unique stepwell initially built by Maharaja Agarsen and later built in 14th century during Delhi Sultanate era.
Uttara Swami Malai Temple, generally known as Malai Mandir is devoted to Lord Swaminatha or Kartikeya.
Akshardham Temple in Delhi is a hindu spiritual and cultural complex built by hindu denomination "Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha" (BAPS).
Sai Baba Mandir located on Lodhi Road in Delhi is one of the oldest temples devoted to Indian spiritual leader Shirdi Sai Baba
The International Dolls Museum in Delhi is huge collection of dolls established by a political cartoonist, Keshav Shankar Pillai.
Lodhi Garden is a large park in Delhi containing several tombs and architectural works from 15th century by Lodis.
Chhatarpur Temple which has its original name "Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir" is dedicated to Goddess, Katyayani (Durga).
Kalkaji temple also known as Kalka Devi Mandir is a hindu temple devoted to Kali, the Hindu Goddess.
Dandi March Statue also known as "Gyarah Murti" is an iconic sculpture of 11 people signifying the Salt March in 1930.
Safdarjung Tomb has a Mughal style architecture which looks like Taj Mahal, built in 1753 for Nawab Safdarjung.
It is a big park that lies between the Lotus temple and ISKCON temple in New Delhi
The garden of Five Senses in Saket, Delhi is designed to revive the five senses of our body.
ISKCON temple was established in 1993 and devoted to Lord Krishna and Radharani
Dilli Haat is an open market located in South Delhi famous for cuisines of all the Indian states and crafts work.
Raj Ghat is the samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi. This was the place where his body was cremated after his assassination.
Qutub Minar is also known as The Victory Tower of Delhi. Qutub-ud-din Aibak established Qutub Minar in the year 1192.
Sarojini Nagar market is one of the most crowded markets in Delhi. This market is also a favorite shopping place for girls and tourists.
Kinari Bazar, Chawri Bazar, Dariba Kalan, Nai Sarak, Khari Baoli, Ballimaran, Paranthe wali gali are the top street market in Chandni Chowk.
Lotus Temple in Delhi is also known as Baha'i house of the worship. It looks like a lotus flower from the outside.
National Rail Museum of India was established in 1977. The Rail Museum has an amazing collection of both working and static models of Indian railways.
Indira Gandhi Memorial museum was initially the residence of the former prime minister of India, Indira Gandhi.
Gandhi Smriti is dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation where he had spent the last 144 days of his life.
Red Fort also known as Lal Quila is one of the most famous historical forts in Delhi. It was ruled by the Mughal Emperors for more than 200 years.