Hotels in New Delhi
Budget hotels in New DelhiSee all
New Delhi 13.7 km from city centre
Hotel Luck Residency is located in New Delhi. Free WiFi access is available. The Indira Gandhi International Airport is 1.9...
Yes Please Guest House
New Delhi 1.3 km from city centre
Located just 325 ft from the New Delhi Train Station, Yes Please Guest House operates a 24-hour front desk to welcome guests...
Oyo 67980 Prannath Niwas
New Delhi 7.4 km from city centre
OYO 67980 Prannath Niwas features air-conditioned rooms with cable TV in the East Delhi district of New Delhi. The property...
New Delhi 1.5 km from city centre
Hotel Jahriti dx features air-conditioned rooms with cable flat-screen TV in the Paharganj district of New Delhi. Among the...
New Delhi 1.1 km from city centre
Located in New Delhi and with Jantar Mantar reachable within 1.7 miles, Hotel York Legacy provides express check-in and check-out,...
Tanwar Bed & Breakfast
New Delhi 10.4 km from city centre
Located in Delhi in the Delhi NCR region, Tanwar Bed & Breakfast provides accommodations with free private parking. All units...
New Delhi 14.9 km from city centre
Ideally set in the Mahipalpur district of New Delhi, Airport Hotel Marina is located 7 miles from Qutub Minar, 8 miles from...
Tourism in New Delhi
New Delhi, situation in the golden triangle, is an immortal, holy city where visitors can let their imagination run wild. It is the starting point for many excursions to the surrounding areas, and is, in itself, a city filled with charm where one can lose oneself for many days.
Unlike the regions located further to the south of the country, New Delhi has a semi-arid, sub-tropical climate with enormous contrasts in temperature between the summer and the winter. During the monsoon season in the summer, the rainfall is extremely heavy and this is not the best time to visit the country.
The attractions of the city include Jama Masjid or the largest mosque in India, the Raj Ghad or the Ghandi memorial and the temple of Bangla Sahib. Other interesting sites are the Hindu temple of Birla, the Parliament building and the old British colonial district or Victoria tower. However, on arriving at New Delhi, it is a good idea to venture beyond its borders and visit the city of Jaipur, the rose of Rajasthan, Samode, Amber, Fatehpur Sikri, Agra, or Benares to admire all the charms that India has to offer, and in particular the northern part of the country.
As many rightly say, India is a paradise on earth and New Delhi is the main gateway to that paradise.