Places to Visit in Delhi

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Find Different places to visit in Delhi like nature, monuments, cafe lanes, and much more. Explore various places in Delhi. Comment your Favourite destination and what you Liked about it.. Find amazing places to have fun with your friends at clubbing or near nature or monuments. Delhi is the Union territory as well as the Capital of India. Delhi is divided into two parts New Delhi and Old Delhi both have different cultures.

There are many things to visit in Delhi from forts to large forests, too expensive Cafe Lanes to the cheap cafe lanes. Not only for exploring Delhi there are numerous markets, Chandni Chowk is one of the biggest commercial are of India is in Delhi.

Sanjay Van

Sanjay Van is the thick forest area inside the capital of India near Mehrauli and Vasant Kunj. It was one of the thick areas of forest covers in Delhi covering the area of 433acres. There are many entry and exit points but the one near the Qutub institutional area is the easiest and simplest. Visitors are advised to wear full-length trousers as they are much more comfortable than jeans or pants. There are many stalls of amazing foods and drinks but there is no single shop inside this 433acres of forest.

There is a wide variety of flora and fauna found at this place, the view from this place can’t be put in words with the view you get some great but horror stories about this forest. Sanjay Van can be seen as an escape from city life towards nature and once you visit this place you won’t go to any other place.

The food stalls serve mouth-watering food and beverages even famous actors like Ranbir Kapoor himself shot a scene from one of his beloved films ‘Wake up Sid’. These food stalls are very affordable can fill your stomach at a very cheap rate. Sanjay Van is the place that brings you towards nature in escaping the city life that makes this place must visit place in Delhi.

The place looks as much beauty in the morning but there’s a whole different story in the night. There are some graves in the forest. Several people have witnessed many unusual activities laughing, crying of a lady, seeing a lady in a white sari, and disappearing into the air. But if you are willing to witness something like this, Best of Luck!

Location – Sanjay Van

Red Fort

Red fort is one of the forts that played a major part in the history of the Mughal Era. Red Fort or Lal Qila was the residence of many Mughal emperors. Shah Jahan the great emperor ordered the construction of this fort on 12th May in 1638. Red Fort was designated as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007. Red Fort is famous for its massive defensive walls and for its architecture as well. Red Fort is one of the most important places to visit when you start exploring Delhi.

Red Fort
Red Fort

Location – Red Fort

Chandni Chowk

The newly renovated market made a huge change in the business as Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest and busiest markets in Delhi. The eastern end of this market has the Red Fort. It was considered the most famous wholesale market in India. The food in this market doesn’t require any description as the market is also known for its foods, for example, Paranthe Wali Gali, Amritsari Lassi Wale, Old Famous Jalebi Wale, and much more.

Chandni Chowk

Location – Chandni Chowk Market

Galib Ki Haveli

When comes to making a list of poets, you can’t forget him. The great Poet Mirza Galib got many titles like ‘Najm-ud-Daula’ while being a great poet he was also the tutor for the emperor and was the Royal historian as well.

Galib Ki Haweli is the residence of this great poet, if you don’t have an interest in the poem, you’ll surely get that once you visit this place. This Haveli reflects the Mughal architecture. Mirza Galib lived here after Mughal shifted its capital from Agra to Delhi.

If you want to visit a poetic place this place should be on your list when you visit different places in Delhi

Some Great Quotes from Mirza Galib Life:-

इशरत-ए-क़तरा है दरिया में फ़ना हो जाना

 दर्द का हद से गुज़रना है दवा हो जाना।।

Esharat-E-Katara Hai Dariya Me Fana  Ho Jana, Dard Ka Had Se Guzarana Hain Dawa Ho Jana..

दिल से तेरी निगाह जिगर तक उतर गई 

दोनों को इक अदा में रज़ामंद कर गई।।

Dil Se Teri Nigah Jigar Tak Utar Gayi, Dono Ko Ek Adaa Me Rajamand Kar Gayi.

Galib Ki Haveli
This is Now a World Heritage Site

Location: Galib Ki Haveli

Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid was built by Shah Jahan in 1656-56. It’s famous as it gives us the whole view of old Delhi from the top and is also a symbol of Mughal sovereignty in India. This was the place where congregational prayers were held. The tomb of Abdul Kalam Azad is located adjacent to the mosque. The market of Jama Masjid is known for its mouthwatering chicken and sweet dishes as well.

Here’s a list of Amazing food Joints in Jama Masjid:-

  1. Quereshi Kebab Corner
  2. Aslam Chicken
  3. Karim
  4. Shahi Tukda Corner
  5. Mohabbat-e-Sharbat
Jama Masjid

Location – Jama Masjid


Satya Niketan is famous for its appetizing food and great service at a very low cost. It’s the best place for you if your budget is low. As you enter this club lane a bunch of people gives you offers to come to their cafe. So make sure what’s your budget and decide accordingly. Satya Niketan is not only famous for its clubs and cafes it is also famous for a momos point named Mom Hand Momos. If you come here do try their momos. When you have a mood of Clubbing but your budget is low this place is yours. This adds this place to the list of visiting places in Delhi. It’s one of the cheapest places in Delhi where you can do clubbing.

Get the Location of this amazing cafe and this will take you to the lane of clubs at Satyaniketan- Cafe Diaries

Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat has the ambiance of rural haat or the rural market, it takes you to a different world where you can get access to all Indian handicrafts, cuisines, and cultural programs. Dilli Haat motivates people to sell their products and can have a fair price for their hard work and boasts the crafts selling natives. It’s the place you should visit in Delhi when you want to explore a new culture.

Dilli Haat is located opposite of INA market. You cannot not only spend your time with your friends but you can spend your time here with your family as well.

Ticket Price:-

Adult: 20/-

Child: 10/-

Dilli Haat
A Vibrant Display of Culture
and Rural Traditio

Location – Dilli Haat

Deer Park

If you want to just spend some quality time with your friends and chill and have a pleasant walk as well this is the best place for you. It is also known as Jha Deer Park named after a great social worker named Aditya Nath Jha. It is also famous tombs from Mughal Era. It has three more wings i.e Rose Garden, Fountain Park, and District Park too.

It got its name because it’s home to a large number of deers. Deer Park is open from5 AM to 8 AM in summers and in winters it’s 5:30 AM to 7 PM. It is also accessible from Safdarjung Enclave, Hauz Khas Village, Green Park.

Location: Deer Park

Connaught Place

When it comes to Delhi, you can’t ignore this place, it is one of the most important centers of Delhi on the basis of Financial, Commercial, and Business too. It is the most important place when you leave your home to visit places in Delhi. It is considered to be one of the top heritage sites of Delhi. Connaught Place was completed in 1933. It is built above the Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. Connaught Place comprises 2 circles outside and inside a circle.

There are different types of Stores for shopping as well as cafes and much more. It is also famous for its Georgian Style Architecture. Connaught Place has also been famous among the Delhi people which makes it one of the trendiest markets of Delhi. Connaught place also generates business for small markets like Gol Market and Shankar Market. There are many more shopping places that are worth visiting in Delhi.

The inner-circle comprises from A block to F block whereas the outer-circle compresses from Gblock to P block.

The cafes and clubs have a wide range of differences it depends on your budget where to go.

Location: Connaught Place

Humayun’s tomb

Humayun’s tomb belonged to Mughal Emperor Humayun in Delhi. It was the first tomb park in the Indian Subcontinent ever constructed. You can have a great meetup with your friends and have a great time. Even having fun you can learn more about Delhi as well. It was one of the last refuge places of Humayun.

Its construction is inspired by one of the Wonders of the World The Taj Mahal.

Entry Fee:-

  • Ticket for Indians : 30/-
  • Ticket for foreign tourist: 500/-
Humayun's Tomb
Humayun’s Tomb

Location : Humayun’s Tomb

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