Delhi is both a union territory within India, as well as a city, and features two very different worlds: New Delhi and Old Delhi. Delhi is a heady mix of tradition and modernity, important as both a religious center and India’s busiest international gateway. Things to see and do in Delhi and New Delhi are plentiful and include experiencing its diverse arts and crafts industry; its many magnificent monuments; countless performing arts venues; and its excellent cuisine, including delicacies from every corner of India.
The Red Fort:
This stunning structure, with its tall, red sandstone walls covers an area of more than two square kilometers, the entirety of which is crescent-shaped and surrounded by a moat. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
The beautiful Qutub Minar-India’s tallest minaret and now a UNESCO Word Heritage Site-attracts many international visitors eager to climb to the top for its breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
impressive India Gate is a magnificent stone arch built as a memorial to Indian soldiers killed in WWI. An eternal flame burns beneath the massive structure, and its walls are inscribed with the names of more than 90,000 soldiers who died in the conflict.