Aside from being a political centre of the country, Delhi is also the host to many historical monuments and cultural heritages. It is being said about Delhi that you can love it or you can hate it, but you cannot ignore it. In simple terms, Delhi has everything – good, bad, ugly and awesomeness. That said, there is no denial of the fact that Delhi is one of the best cities in India.
Despite becoming cosmopolitan and metropolitan, Delhi has been able to preserve the roots o the history. There are nearly endless number of historical places to visit in Delhi including Old Fort, Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar and so much more. Being in the centre of the Northern India, Delhi has been influenced by many cultures over the centuries. Mughal Empire has the most marked influence over the city though.
There is a lot of variety of food to eat in Delhi. Whether you go to Punjabi Bagh or walk down the streets of Old Delhi near Jama Masjid, you will be able to savour some of the finest foods India has to offer. From Kebabs to Kadhai Paneer, these mouth watering dishes will certainly make you drool. And if you are looking for the fine dining experience, there are plenty of world class restaurants and hotels in the city.