Delhi is a place where cultures, religions, and people come together and reflect the unity of India. You just can’t get enough of the ever-so-happening Capital city, despite the scorching summer, chilly winter, and unending traffic woes. Journeys by Jukaso suggests three things you should not miss in Delhi to experience a completely different side of the city.
- Shopper’s Point: The city will leave you surprised by the great deal of bargains you can do while shopping.
- Palika: There are around 390 shops in the underground shopping complex of Palika Bazaar. The place offers a plethora of items at pocket-friendly prices that are further negotiable.
- Sarojini Nagar: Want to buy a party dress, a casual shirt, or tribal accessories within Rs1000? Sarojini Nagar market is your paradise where street shops offer great budget options.
- Janpath: Among the two Janpath markets, the one located on field offers a great variety of affordable fashionable clothing for both girls and boys.
- Foodie’s Paradise: Sweet and spicy roadside chat, food stalls, and posh restaurants in Delhi will leave you wanting more.
- Chandni Chowk: Don’t get bogged down by the sight of stingy, narrow lanes; great treasures are generally hidden. This market in Old Delhi serves the scrumptious variety of paratha from the famous ‘parathe wali gali’.
- Hauz Khas: If you want to up the level of places where you eat to fine dine eateries, cafes, and lounges, then Hauz Khas Village is a disguised community of the classiest clubs & restaurants.
- Central Delhi: Connaught Place is a hub of some of the best cafés, pubs, clubs, and lounges in Delhi; you can find a small food joint to a popular fine dine continental restaurant.
- Time Travel: Architectural beauties from the Mughal era, where you can spend your day listening to interesting historical stories.
- Humayun’s Tomb: The air here is full of romantic vibes and the serenity of the place takes you to another world surrounded by the royal Mughal architecture that dates back to 1569-70.
- Qutb Complex: Built to honor the Sufi saint, Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site and has the popular Qutub Minar and a mosque with the ruins of the premises.
- India Gate: Despite being a war memorial, the architecture reflects a triumphal arch style surrounded by lush green open grounds offering a suitable picnic spot with snacks and toy stalls.
Delhi brings you more than you can imagine, style, food, and chronicle. Be an explorer and get your journey started where every nook and corner invites you to a different adventure.