Things to do in Delhi

Top 10 Places to Visit in Delhi

Delhi, India’s capital, never ceases to amaze. It is the only city in the world with three UNESCO World Heritage sites within its borders. There is no shortage of fun things to do in Delhi if you have the will and resources to discover it. Bars, cafes, bazaars, and other fun areas abound in the area, making it possible for this entertainment hub to compete with some of the world’s more well-known towns. Here is complete list of places that you should visit in Delhi, details are given with Entry fees, best Timings and Location.

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Qutab Minar

Qutab Minar is a well-known UNESCO world heritage site and one of Delhi’s most famous attractions. This tower, which stands 240 feet tall, was built in 1192 by Qutb-ud-din Aibak, the first ruler of Delhi. This minaret bears the name of its builder. This five-storey tower is made entirely of marble and red sandstone and features a 379-step spiral staircase to the apex.

Entry Fee: INR 35 per adult and 550 per foreigner
Location: Mehrauli, New Delhi
Timings: 9AM – 5:30PM

Lotus Temple

The Lotus Temple is a work of art in its own right. The entire building is constructed entirely of marble, from top to bottom. The lotus flower, a common sign of harmony, gives the temple not only its name but also its form. In the inner sanctum, photography is prohibited, and there is a strict code of silence that must be followed at all times. The temple is open to people of all castes and creeds and is a great place to meditate and pray. The temple is also recognised as a Baha’i faith centre.

Entry Fee: INR 35 per adult and 550 per foreigner
Location: Shambhu Dayal Bagh, Kalkaji, New Delhi
Timings: Tuesday – Sunday from 9AM – 7PM, closed on Mondays

India Gate

A visit to this 42 m high iconic and historic landmark of Delhi, dedicated to the memory of the soldiers who lost their lives in the Afghan war, is not just an educational experience but also a photographer’s delight. The names of the 13,500 people who died fighting on the Northwest Frontier are inscribed on the walls. The best time to visit India Gate is in the evenings, when the monument is beautifully illuminated and the surrounding fountains provide a genuinely mystical atmosphere.

Entry Fee: Free
Location: Rajpath, India Gate, New Delhi
Timings: 8AM – 6:30PM

Rashtrapati Bhavan

The Rashtrapati Bhavan, the President of India’s official residence, is a magnificent palatial structure with over 400 rooms. It also houses the President’s bodyguards, stables, and other support personnel. It is just second in scale to the President of Turkey’s residence. On weekends, a reservation procedure that can be accessed online opens the palace doors to guests. The beautiful Mughal Gardens, which draw a significant number of local and international tourists, are the pride of the presidential residence here.

Entry Fee: Free
Location: President’s Estate, New Delhi
Timings: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9AM – 4PM

Connaught Place

While Delhi’s nightlife isn’t particularly lively, it does have its fair share of restobars, pubs, and music venues in Connaught Place, the city’s commercial and party centre. Excuse Me Boss, Lord of the Drinks, and Junkyard Cafe both attract a huge and enthusiastic audience. Connaught Place, modelled after the Royal Crescent in Bath, England, is without a doubt Delhi’s most popular nightlife destination. For a first-time traveller, this massive series of roundabouts can be very intimidating and daunting.

Entry Fee: Free
Location: Rajiv Chowk, New Delhi
Timings: 10AM – 8PM

Nizamuddin Dargha

If you enjoy traditional soul-stirring songs, the Qawwalis (lyrics) sung at Nizamuddin’s Dargha every Thursday evening will enthral you. The song session here is attended by crowds of people from all religions from all over the country, and it is a common venue for Bollywood films. The Sufi music that plays in the background will put you in a trance and make you want more.

Entry Fee: Free
Location: Boali Gate Rd, New Delhi
Timings: 9AM – 8PM

Sarojini Nagar

There isn’t a single person in or around Delhi, or even abroad, who hasn’t heard of Sarojini Nagar’s popular street market. A visit to Sarojini Nagar market, a food and shopping heaven rolled into one, should be on everyone’s bucket list.
This market caters to most budgets, particularly low-level ones, whether you’re looking for pavement bargains or fashionable shops. The lanes are crammed with hawkers selling everything from bags to cosmetics to clothing to dresses, all at prices that will make you grin all the way to the store. Shops selling delectable treats line one end of the market, offering a variety of options that will keep you coming back for more.

Entry Fee: Free
Location: Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi
Timings: 9AM – 12PM


This is the largest temple in Delhi dedicated to ISKCON, or International Society of Krishna Consciousness, and is located only a few kilometres away from the Lotus temple. It’s a great spot to wander about and join in the Hare Krishna drumming and chanting that reverberates throughout the temple.

Entry Fee: Free
Location: Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, New Delhi
Timings: 9AM – 1PM, 4PM – 9PM

Kingdom of Dreams

If there is one spot in India that can be identified as the greatest entertainment paradise, it is the Kingdom of Dreams without a doubt. Through sources from all over India, the fantastic place takes the tourist close to the country’s history, traditions, crafts, and cuisine. Kingdom of Dreams is the first and only one-stop live entertainment destination in Delhi and India. The centre is in Gurgaon, a Delhi suburb, and is designed in such a manner that the cultural fabric is maintained. Every day except Monday, when it is closed, two Bollywood musicals are performed exclusively here. Definitely a place to stay if you want to carry out one of your magical dreams.

Entry Fee: 2999/- onwards
Location: Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, New Delhi
Timings: 12:30PM – 11:30PM

Worlds of Wonder

This fantastic theme park is situated in Noida, a Delhi suburb. Worlds of Wonder is a water and theme park designed by the world’s greatest consultants. The park is ideal for themed parties and social events since it is centrally situated between shopping malls and other common outlets. Aside from the various themed rides, there are numerous eateries to tempt your palate. A go-karting circuit is also available at North India’s largest amusement park. The park has a private area where private parties, lectures, and even weddings can be held. Every day of the week, from 1230 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., the park is open.

Entry Fee: 690/- onwards
Location: Maharaja Agrasen Marg, Noida
Timings: 11AM – 9PM

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