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Unveiling of Incredible Delhi City

23 Aug

New Delhi is the national capital and the major tourist hub of India. It is a Mughal and British style built city. Delhi is the city where you can find the people of every religion from different parts of the country.

President House, Prime Minister House, India Gate, Qutub Minar and Supreme Court are situated in New Delhi where as Red Fort, Raj Ghat and Jama Masjid is located in Old Delhi.

Red Fort DelhiThe city has its own airport and 3 railway stations namely New Delhi railway station, Old Delhi railway station and Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station.Delhi as a business centre Business expositions, exhibitions, seminars and conventions are regularly organized in Delhi, so the city is becoming more popular as the business destination and it is frequently visited business class and other official travelers.

Railway Station
New Delhi railway station is one of the major railway stations of India. A station from where tourists can board the train for any part of the country.

Nearby Hotels to New Delhi Railway Station
If anyone is coming Delhi for the first time, then no need to worry for where to stay and what to eat because there are many luxurious hotels near the New Delhi railway station.

The Lalit Delhi
The Lalit

Address: 11, world trade centre, Barakhamba Avenue, Connaught Place, New Delhi – 110001
Category: 4 star
Distance from New Delhi railway station: 1.2Km

Ginger hotel Delhi
Ginger hotel
Address: IRCTC – Rail Yatri Niwas, New Delhi railway station, Bhav Bhutti Marg,New Delhi – 110002
Category: 4 star
Distance from New Delhi railway station: 0.2Km

The Park
Address: Parliament Street, Connaught Place, New Delhi – 110001
Category: 5 star
Distance from New Delhi railway station: 2Km

The imperial new delhi

The Imperial
Address: Janpath Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi – 110001
Category: 5 star
Distance from New Delhi railway station: 2Km

Radission Blue
Address: Marina Hotel, G.59 Connaught Circus, Connaught Place, New Delhi – 110001
Category: 5 star
Distance from New Delhi railway station: 1.5Km

Hotel near Delhi Airport

Seeing Delhi in one day
If you are in Delhi for a single day, then there are a few places of interest where you can visit.

Connaught Place
Connaught place was built in the year 1931. Connaught Place is one of the most dynamic business centers of Delhi. It is the 4th most costly office destination in the world. It is also called the heart of the Delhi city. The best place for shopping where you can find all the international brands as per your desire. The inner circle of the Connaught Place was renamed after the late Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi as Rajiv Chowk. The Outer Circle was renamed as Indira Chowk. The outer circus of CP have the number of restaurants, shops and hotels, while the Middle Circle has offices and small eating outlets.

Janpath Bazar Delhi

Janpath
A street market, if you are interested in buying the export shoes, clothes and other accessories then Janpath market is the best.

Palika Bazar
The first underground, air – conditioned market where you can buy, eat and spend a quality time. It was established in 1970. Palika Bazar consists of 380 shops and 2500 people can be accommodated inside at a time. It has 7 gates to reduce the entrance rush.

Rashtrapati Bhavan Delhi
Rashtrapati Bhavan
It is the house of the President of India. The mansion consists of 340 rooms. It was designed by Edwin Landseer Lutyens. The construction was started in the year 1912 and ended in 1929. The Mughal Gardens which is situated at the back of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, consists of both the Mughal and the English styles and has a vast variety of flowers. It opens for the public in February every year.

India Gate
India Gate
A heritage monument on which Indian soldiers name are depicted who died in the World War II.

 

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