It’s very easy to fall in love with Delhi! In fact, there are so many things to do in the city, that travelling really does open your horizon to newer things. So, if you’re someone who is new to Delhi, here’s your chance to explore Delhi in a new way altogether!
I. Visit Themed Cafes Sprouting Across The City!
So, one really amazing thing that has taken Delhi by storm is the number of themed cafes! And not just the kind that has fun pops of red, white and yellow. Delhi has 5 really cute cafes dedicated to Bollywood, American Sitcom & Hollywood! You can check out Garam Dharam, Hero No. 1, The Westeros, Central Perk & The Minnions Cafe!
II. A Stroll Down The Jama Masjid Lane
So, why not go to the oldest, most loved food hub of Delhi? Jama Masjid and the lane directly in front of it is almost always full of people! And while the food from Al-Jawahar, Karim’s, New Al-Jawahar etc are the stars of this lane, there’s something here many people don’t know of.
Amazing Fact: Ever heard of Fakiri? Well, it’s a system followed by underprivileged people sitting outside restaurants in the lane. Now, they don’t ask you for food, but they simply hold a plate. And any good Samaritan can give some money to the respective restaurant manager asking him to feed the people for free.
III. Surrender Your Senses To The Beauty of Mughal Era Monuments!
One of the things that travellers to Delhi must do is check out the city’s history! And what better way to understand it save going for a stroll to the various historical monuments? Humayun’s Tomb is one of the star attractions of the city, while Jama Masjid lights up every evening and Red Fort exudes the feeling of being in 1947!
Ps. did you know every week there’s a light & show concert at Red Fort?
IV. Take In The Sunset At Rooftop Cafes!
So, there will always be few sceptics who might say Delhi’s weather is so bad, sunsets aren’t so pretty! But that’s only because they haven’t seen the sunset from the places we recommend. Also, if you’re an Instagrammer, then our list will get you some beautiful views to click!
V. Forget Fear of Heights, Adventure Sports Is Finally Here In Delhi!
Every one of us has an adrenaline junkie sitting inside of us! In fact, if you’re someone who can dare to cycle on a straight rope connecting two buildings, then try this. And if the child in you needs to jump around on a trampoline, then we even have that for you!
Frenzy Adventure Zone in Gurgaon is heaven for all adrenaline junkies! They’ve got – Sky Cycle, 40 ft high Wall Climbing, Rappelling, 8-course ropeway, Bungee Run and more.
SkyJumper Trampoline Park is India’s biggest indoor trampoline park in Gurgaon and it’s an absolute stunner! The park has 100 interconnected trampolines that are perfect for people above the age of 2 and of any level of fitness.
VI. Book Stores, Book Cafes, Book EVERYWHERE!
You know what’s really interesting about books in Delhi? The city has innumerable bookstores, cafes, libraries – one is actually inside a metro station also! *woah* What do we need apart from some good food, a hot cup of coffee, and our favourite book? The list we have got here for you, what else?
VII. Experience A Calm Coffee Date At Champa Gali
Champa Gali in Saket has recently come up with some really amazing places to drink coffee! From one of India’s premium coffee place to a cute little cafe and few fashion stores, this is a must in your list.
VIII. An Entire Sector Dedicated To Microbreweries & Brewed Beer!
Recently, the Delhi municipality had okay-ed the opening of microbreweries in Delhi! But the city’s hub for all brewed beer and microbreweries continues to be Gurgaon’s famous Sector 29. With few really amazing ones that come with an open rooftop, the sector is full with brewpubs!
IX. Fashion Haul At Shahpur Jat!
So, to kick off the season of love, we rounded up the best names at Shahpur Jat that are doing the best OOTDs! And since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, a shopping spree at these stores is all you’ll ever need.
X. Experience Mini Tiber In Two of Delhi’s Busiest Places!
The Capital, as the adage goes is known for celebrating eclectic cultures and traditions. One of its celebrated examples is Majnu Ka Tilla & the other, the Tibetan Market in Janpath! You can not just haul fashion accessories but also find some really delicious Tibetan delicacies.
You can check out – AMA Cafe, the enitre Tibetan Market in Janpath, Doma House and more!
So, where will you be going?
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