Straddling the banks of the river Yamuna, the iconic Red Fort fuses Indian, Start your journey at the Red Fort.
National Museum is the country’s premier museum, housing an incredibly diverse collection of rare and valuable artifacts.
ISKCON Temple (which stands for International Society for Krishna Consciousness) is the place of worship of the Hare Krishna movement.
You’re in India, after all, so make the most of it with an authentic Old Delhi rickshaw ride that skirts you in between Old Delhi’s quintessential highlights!
Widespread but often overlooked, Mehrauli Archaeological Park is one of the city’s most fascinating (and free!) historical attractions.
One of the world’s most famous wax museums, Madame Tussauds needs little introduction.
The end result is an awe-inspiring complex covering more than 32 acres that earned the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple.
Like taking a step back in time to the Medieval era, a visit to the imposing Tughlaqabad Fort is a must when in Delhi.
A terrific way to get off the beaten track and explore Delhi’s less-touristed neighbourhoods is by bike.
To say that Indians love their cricket would be a criminal understatement – the sport is practically a religion here.
Quintessential to any trip to Delhi (or anywhere in India, for that matter) is indulging in the local cuisine – and there’s no better place to do just that than Old Delhi.
One of Delhi’s most popular tourist attractions, Connaught Place – otherwise known as Rajiv Chowk.
Visually spectacular and one of the most serene places in all of Delhi, the Lotus Temple is a must-see, whether you’re religious or not.
The very definition of controlled chaos, Chandni Chowk is one of Delhi’s most vibrant, historic markets and a true assault on the senses.
As you arrive it won’t be long until you’re staring at overflowing sacks of spices in every colour of the rainbow.