The capital of India Delhi is an eclectic mélange of old and new, rustic and cosmopolitan where a mystique appeals is fragrant in its air. The city present a skyline where the old buildings are rubbing shoulders with modern day skyscrapers. All these features bestow a unique appeal to the city as it receives thousands of footfalls in pursuit to explore the various features Delhi tourism has own offer. An array of tourist attractions is elegantly strewn in enigmatic quilt of Delhi. The city has not lost any of its enchanting allures with the passage of time as it is going stronger.
This gateway of Indian tourism is well appreciated by tourists and visitors for multiple reasons. First, it elegantly combines history of medieval and modern India. The serpentine lanes of the Old Delhi graciously open into state- of-the-art world-class roads giving tourists a taste of two worlds. The city presents a culture that is well preserved by tradition and gently caressed by modernity. In addition, the city is widely acclaimed for its amazing contrast; there is a roadside eatery for every top-notch restaurant, a pavement for swanky flyover and a kiosk for dazzling Malls.
The city graciously embracing best of various cultures-it is home to a vast migrant populations- is a tourist paradise. The tourists often make a visit to explore the various tourist attractions that gives an insight into the glorious era the city has gone through. Various monuments that dot the landscape of Delhi speak volumes about its regal past. Red fort, Jama Masjid and Chandani Chowk in Old Delhi and Parliament, President House and India Gate in Lutyen's Delhi acquaints you to the diverse destination of Delhi. The tourists can go to Connaught Place to satiate the urge of shopping.
To offer tourists and visitors comfortable stay in the city there are accommodation of every range and budget. While in the city give a treat to your taste buds as the city is food lovers delight. So explore the various offering during your Delhi tours.
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