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Explore Heritage In Delhi
Delhi is bustling, full of colors, culture, and heritage. There is so much to do here, that
you would need many days to explore this city in and out. The whole city has 174
monuments dotted for the heritage walk. Many of the monuments are unexplored. But
here are top few heritage places which you definitely need to explore. You can hire a
bike in Delhi for commutation.
Humayun’s Tomb
Since this monument is built, it has attracted thousands of visitors because of its
Mughal and Persian architecture. It is one of the world Heritage center declared by
Qutab Complex and Mehrauli Archaeological Park
The Qutub Complex is spotted with architectural phenomena built to honor the
triumph of Mohammed Ghori in the year 1192. There is Archaeological park adjacent
to this monument
Red Fort
For about 200 years, Mughal emperor resided in Red Fort. You could literally see the
flawlessness and Grandeur of this monument when you see it.
India Gate
India gate honors 82,000 soldiers of the Indian Army and the officers from the UK
who sacrificed their lives. The best time to visit this monument is in the evening when
it is decorated with lights.
Old Fort
As the name says, Old Fort is the oldest known monument in Delhi said to be dated
back to 5000 years. The fort is well maintained and has beautiful gardens and a
Lodhi Gardens
This is one of the famous picnic and tourist spot in Delhi. You can see people jogging
and doing yoga here. The garden is beautiful and worth visiting.
Jama Masjid
This mosque was constructed in 1656 by the well-known Mughal Emperor Shah
Jahan. The yard of the mosque is so huge that 25,000 followers can be there at once.
Particularly during Eid, this mosque is the top-most highlight of the city.
National Gallery of

Modern Art

This gallery exhibits around 14,000 art pieces from different artists.

Apart from all the cultural places, you can visit the markets here which offer a variety
of stuff. The street food in Delhi is delicious and mouth-watering. You can find bike
hire in Delhi for traveling from one spot to another as it is very convenient.

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