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Take a trip to New Delhi

Prepare to be captivated by the incredible diversity and vibrancy of New Delhi, India's bustling capital. From the moment you set foot in New Delhi, you'll be enveloped by an electrifying energy that will stimulate your senses. Bustling streets, colorful markets and majestic temples are just some of the treasures awaiting you.
Immerse yourself in the city's rich history by visiting iconic sites such as the Red Fort, a symbol of the Mughal Empire's past grandeur, or Humayun's majestic tomb, an architectural masterpiece surrounded by lush gardens.
For a spiritual experience, visit the Lotus Temple, a unique flower-shaped shrine, or explore the Akshardham Temple, where art, culture and spirituality blend harmoniously. And don't miss the lively Chandni Chowk district, a paradise for shoppers and lovers of delicious street food.

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Five ideas for guided tours in New Delhi

  • Chandni Chowk

    As soon as you enter Chandni Chowk, you’ll be greeted by a kaleidoscope of sensations. The stalls are overflowing with treasures ranging from shimmering fabrics to sparkling jewelry, exotic spices and traditional sweets. It’s the ideal place for shopping enthusiasts and the curious in search of unique souvenirs.
    Chandni Chowk is best known for its mouth-watering gastronomy. Indulge in the delights of street food, from crispy samosas to hot parathas and delicious lassis. Taste the famous spicy chaats, an explosion of flavors that will awaken your taste buds and transport you into a gustatory whirlwind.
    Beyond the shops and food, Chandni Chowk is also a place steeped in history and tradition. Stroll through the specialized bazaars, such as the Khari Baoli market, the largest spice market in Asia, and discover the local handicrafts, from embroidered fabrics to finely crafted leather goods.

  • Connaught Place

    Connaught Place represents the vibrant pulse of New Delhi, where the history, culture and dynamism of this immense metropolis meet. As you stroll along its bustling avenues, you’ll immediately be transported into a captivating cosmopolitan atmosphere.
    At the heart of Connaught Place is the famous Rajiv Chowk fountain, an emblematic symbol of the area. The surrounding streets are lined with internationally renowned boutiques, trendy cafés and fine restaurants.
    The square is also packed with cultural and historical landmarks not to be missed. The Palika Bazaar is a bargain hunter’s paradise, offering an endless variety of clothing, accessories and electronics at attractive prices. The famous Regal cinema, which has retained its retro charm, is a must-see for movie buffs.
    But what really makes Connaught Place special is the lively atmosphere that never sleeps. Day or night, this square attracts locals and travelers from all over the world,

  • Gurudwara Sis Ganj

    Located in the Chandni Chowk district, the Gurudwara Sis Ganj is an important place of worship for the Sikh community. From the moment you step through its doors, you’ll be enveloped in an atmosphere of serenity and devotion. The melodious chanting of the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs, resonates throughout the Gurudwara, bringing profound tranquility to your spirit.
    Construction of the architecturally impressive sanctuary began in 1783 and was completely renovated around 1930. The gilded domes and ornate facades catch the eye, while the welcoming interior invites contemplation and prayer. You can also attend religious ceremonies, such as the Ardas, for a full spiritual experience.
    The Gurudwara Sis Ganj is also known for its langar, a free community meal offered to all visitors, regardless of religion or origin.

  • Jama Masjid Mosque

    In the heart of New Delhi stands an architectural masterpiece that captures the essence of faith and beauty: the Jama Masjid Mosque. This majestic edifice, witness to India’s history and spirituality, takes you on an emotional and personal journey.
    The Jama Masjid Mosque is one of the largest and most impressive mosques in the country. Its magnificence commands respect, with gleaming white marble domes and imposing minarets reaching skyward. As you enter the spacious courtyard, you’ll be enveloped by a sense of peace and serenity.
    The mosque’s interior is equally captivating, with finely chiseled marble motifs, hand-woven carpets and glittering chandeliers. Take time to sit in the vast prayer space, reflect and feel the depth that permeates the centuries-old premises (the mosque was built in 1650).

  • The Red Fort

    The Red Fort, also known as Lal Qila, has played a central role in Indian history. Its construction was requested by Emperor Shah Jahan around 1638, when it was decided to move the capital from Agra to Dheli.
    On arrival, you’ll immediately be struck by its massive red sandstone walls, which seem to hold centuries of secrets. Step inside and you’ll discover a world of its own. The vast courtyards, majestic palaces and gardens bear witness to the opulence and refinement of the era of the Mughal emperors.
    Don’t miss a visit to the Diwan-i-Aam, the public audience hall where the emperors received requests from their subjects. Richly decorated columns, marble thrones and relief motifs bear witness to past grandeur.
    The Red Fort is also home to the Moti Masjid mosque, renowned for its elegance and beauty. White marble arcades, onion-shaped domes and delicate floral motifs create an atmosphere of serenity and contemplation.

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