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| Updated on Jan 26, 2016

Top Four Places to Visit in New Delhi

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As the capital of India, New Delhi and its many historic locations make it a must see city. While planning your trip to India don’t forget to get your India Visa Online and remember to include this wonderful city. Make sure you have time to see these beautiful locations.

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Red Fort

Arguably one of the most famous monuments in the region, the Red Fort is a testament to the design capabilities of medieval Indian engineers. The fort gets its name from the red sandstone that the enclosing walls are constructed from, and has been the site of many important events in Indian history over the last 400 years. If you want to make the most of your trip, be sure to catch the one-hour sound and light show that recounts some of the fort’s colorful history.

Chandni Chowk

To really get a feel of what old world India would have been like, makes sure you have time to visit the historic Chandi Chowk market located in the heart of old Delhi. The Chandi Chowk is still one of the busiest open-air market in New Delhi and is nearby many beautiful temples and monuments, making it a great place to start your journey through historic New Delhi. If you’re feeling really adventurous, you can find plenty of delicious, authentic street food vendors in the market as well.

Humayun’s Tomb

A lot of people say that Humayan’s tomb looks familiar to them when they first get a glimpse of it, and this is most likely because Humayun’s Tomb was the inspiration for the Taj Mahal. More than that, when the tomb was built in 1570, it marked the first successful execution of the type of architecture that the Mughal dynasty would make iconic across the world and was also the first large structure to use red sandstone as its primary component. The tomb is part of a much larger complex and is a wonderful place to spend a day.

Qutb Minar

This 74-meter tower is the second tallest minar in India, and is an awe inspiring sight to see. The tower was first constructed in 1220, and although it has sustained damage over the centuries, everyone from emperor of Delhi in the 14th century to the British occupiers of the 19th century have performed reconstructions on the tower. The tower is also part of a larger facility and makes a wonderful place to start a full day of sightseeing.

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