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Old Delhi

Central Delhi, DL

12 mentions on Trippy


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Here's what Trippy members say about Old Delhi:

"Delhi is divide in 2 parts Old Delhi & Delhi and there are lots of places that attract tourists."  See More

"Hi David, do visit Old Delhi for the monuments like Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk."  See More

"Dont leave Delhi without doing these: Visit to Qutab Minar, Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple Walking tour of Old Delhi Coffee at Indian Coffee House - Canaught Place Hippie Cafe's and Bars in Hauz Khas Shopping at the Chandni Chowk Some good bargains at Janpath and Sarojini Nagar"  See More

"but what you should not miss are: 1) Walking tour of Old Delhi 2) Akshardham Temple 3) Kingdom of Dreams - Its in Gurgaon 4) Delhi Haat- If you have interest art and crafts"  See More

"Parks In Delhi : Lodhi GardensBuddha GardenShalimar BaghOld DelhiRashtriya Dalit Prerna Sthal and Green GardenRashtriya Dall Prerna Sthal And Green Garden, GIP Water Park Noida."  See More

"Go to Old Delhi for a walk, carry your camera, hat/ cap, sun tan lotion and loads of patience."  See More

"Laying on the beach in Mauritius taking a rickshaw through Old Delhi My favorite countries have been Croatia, India, Ghana, and Dominica."  See More

"Go for a self guided Food Walk In Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi 2."  See More

"You can also explore the local markets in Old Delhi and can walk through the narrow alleys and lanes of Old Delhi which are the center of trade, business, food, spices, and overall life."  See More

"I think the Ho Ho bus in Delhi would be good for you. It is run by the government but is decent in service and as you are in a group you should be OK. ."  See More

"but if you can look past that and focus instead on the more authentic Delhi experiences like food in Old Delhi, the avenues of central Delhi, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, stroll around Connaught Place in the evening, late night street food."  See More

"It is one of the best cities infrastructure wise in India with a lot to see like : Qutab Minar ( A 74 meter tall tower about 1100 years old), Red Fort from Mughal Era, Jantar Mantar an astronomy observatory built by Rajput King of Jaipur, lots of Bazaars right from Connaught Place (Connaught Place) to Old Delhi."  See More








   
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