A multidimensional metropolis
The city of Delhi is busy, chaotic and truly stunning. It’s a city of extremes, where the rich and poor live in tandem with each other, where different cultures and religions exist side by side, often bringing each others customs and traditions into their own folds. The city of Delhi isn’t for the fainthearted.
To witness a slice of India, Delhi is where you would want to be.
Delhi is urban and cosmopolitan, and at the same time traditional in various respects. Following customs and traditions are a priority among Indians, and this fact is evident in every sphere of the capital of India. Home to a number of historical monuments which tell of India’s struggle for independence from the British rule, the city of Delhi also serves as the historical capital of India, and is a delight for every historical traveler. If indulging in food tops your travel list then there is no better place to be than Delhi. With a mix cuisines from throughout India, as well as cuisines from the world over, Delhi has mastered a culinary expertise which remains unmatched. To witness this magnificent city in all its glory you will need at least a week to get an insight into what Delhi is all about.