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Delhi: A Good Choice for Honeymoon

Delhi is a huge metropolitan area in North India. This place is famous for the culture and history revolving India. The red fort, jama masjid and chandnichowk are some of the famous and well known places around. Delhi is known for all these places. A lot of people visit Delhi from around the country not only for traveling but also for corporate or industrial work. Delhi is also known to be the central hub for all government procedures. Apart from all this it is a land of tourists from all over the world who visit to learn or experience the cultural history of India. However, we shall also see hoe Delhi can be a wise choice for honeymoon couples. The best time to visit Delhi is from October to march end when the climate is sober. This is the best time to enjoy incredible Delhi.

Tourist Places in Delhi

TajMahal

This is one of the iconic places in Delhi which has tourists visiting throughout the year. The sightseeing and the incredible beauty of the monument is something from which you simply cannot take your eyes off. This incredible beauty is famous and best place for couples to pay visit.

The ‘Red Fort’

The Red Fort is an epitome of the Mughal era in India and is the face of tourist attractions in Delhi. This is an wonderful marvelic creation by the Mughals which is completely made of red sand stone. The bazaar and the shows are other nearby attractions of the place in Delhi.

‘India Gate’

India Gate is one of the monuments that define Delhi. This glorious place is actually a memorial for martyrs of World War I and war in Afghanistan. One can visit the place during evening when the lights are on and the place looks really amazing. One must pay visit to the nearby gardens and experience their beauty. This is truly a place for honeymoon couples.

‘QutubMinar’

QutubMinar is one famous place among all the other places to visit in Delhi. It stands tall with its 73 meter tall brick minaret. This structure has five stories abundant with chiseled carvings and scriptures. This is also a well-known piece of architecture which looks wonderful for its design and sculpture.

‘JantarMantar’

JantarMantar was onstructed by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur which is an astronomical observatory. Fascinating for their ingenuity, the instruments at JantarMantar can no longer be used accurately because of the tall buildings around. This is a good place to pay visit among other locations.

‘Humayun’s Tomb’

The Humayun’s Tomb comes under the World Heritage Site of UNESCO which was built forHumayun’s wife Haji Begum. It is unarguably one of the most amazing works of Mughal Architecture. This is indeed a romantic place to make a visit and would be the perfect choice for honeymoon couples.

‘Akshardham Temple’

If you visit Delhi then you must pay a visit to SwaminarayanAkshardham. This place is one of the largest Hindu temples in the world. It’s a stunning architectural work made of the pink stone and white marble is simply awesome and adorable.

‘Chattarpur Temple’

This place is located around the beautiful surroundings of South Delhi. This is a popular temple founded which has an incredible architecture and it’s a perfect blend of north and south. You can try visiting this place and experience its beauty.

‘Lotus (Bahai) Temple’

The Lotus temple is a famous tourist place in Delhi. This temple symbolizes four religions namely Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam. This temple belongs to the Bahai faith which proclaims that all people and religions are united. The beautiful temple should be visited at least once by couples.

‘Jama Masjid’

Jama Masjid is one of the other tourist attractions in Delhi and is the largest mosque in India. It can hold around more than 20000 devotees at a go. It was Shah Jahan’s first architectural marvel. The mosque has four towers and the towers allow you to have a wonderful view of the city.

 ‘Old Fort’ (PuranaQuila)

In the list of places to visit in Delhi, PuranaQuila is one of the most ancient grandeurs of the city. With rectangular dimensions, it spreads over a circuit of nearly 2 kilometers.