Delhi: Tourist Attractions
Tourist attractions of Delhi are Appu Ghar, lotus temple, Dilli Haat, Hamuyan’s tomb, India gate, Rajghat, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Luxmi Narayan Temple, purana quila, Qutab Minar complex, Akshardham temple, Jantar Mantar, Jama Masjid, Shanti van, Safdarjang Tomb, Parliament House, national zoological park etc
Delhi tourism and transportation development cooperation organizes the following festivals annually are
Garden tourism festival, an annual 3 day festival held at the end of February in Talkatora Gardens.
Mango festival- the festival is aimed at providing exposure to domestic mango industry and exporters as well as tourism.
Where to shop at Delhi
It is one of the oldest famous and flourishing shopping centre having big air conditional showrooms to the small shops in alleys. One can find every type of goods there.
Jana path market- situated opposite to Connaught place in New Delhi. It is good for latest fashion goods at cheap prices.
It is air conditioned underground market of Delhi and is ideal place for economical or summer goods.
Sarojini nagar Delhi
It is a place to buy fashionable clothes with latest designs. Branded goods are available at cheaper prices.
Lajpat nagar Delhi
Here one can shop for anything ranging from clothes to footwears and accessories. One can find Indian wear with western style clothes.
Some other but famous markets in Delhi are greater Kailash in south Delhi famous for luxurious showrooms and retail outlets.
Other markets are Chandni Chowk market, Connaught place, Dilli Haat, INA market, khan market and so on.
Nights and discotheques
These are places where you can ask for a beer or a shot, listen to music and spend evening on dance floors.
They are Blues, Buzz, ego, Geoffrey’s, Odd bin, we2, Turquoise Cottage from orient, Adchini, Rodeo, TGI Friday and so on.