India Gate (8 Kms)
This freestanding arch designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens was built in 1931 in memory of the 90,000 soldiers of the Indian Army who died in World War I. An eternal flame is lit here to honor the immortal soldiers.
Rashtrapati Bhawan (8 km)
The official residence of the President of India, this 340 rooms heritage building was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It was the official residence of the Viceroy when the British ruled India.
Old Fort (9 km)
Citadel of Humayun, the second Mughal Emperor, the fort located on a small hill, is the venue for a spectacular sound and light show that traces the history of Delhi.
Lotus Temple (5 km)
The Bahai House of worship built in the shape of a lotus blossom is an architectural marvel. Scriptures from all religions of the world are read here during prayer service.
Red Fort (9 km)
A historical fort, built in 1638, it was the seat of the Mughal rulers of India, till the last Emperor was dethroned. The fort houses a museum of arms and armour from the Mughal period till the First World War. An evening sound & light show, captures the history of the fort.
Jama Masjid (9 km)
Built in 1656, Jama Masjid, the country’s largest mosque, is a flawless piece of architecture. Located opposite the Red Fort, it is the grandest example of a three-domed mosque.
Humayun's Tomb (7 km)
A memorial of the Mughal emperor Humayun, the spectacular red and white building is said to be the inspiration behind the construction of Taj Mahal at Agra. The imposing tomb with its lofty gateway sits in the center of a huge landscaped garden.
Qutab Minar (5 km)
A towering testimonial for the amazing architectural dexterity of the bygone era, Qutab Minar stands nearly 73 meters high, with balconies on its 5 stories affording sweeping views of the surroundings. Initiated in 1193 by King Qutab-ud-din- Aibak, it is today a UNESCO World Heritage monument.
National Museum (8 km)
Located on Janpath, the museum is home to rare archaeological, historical and cultural artifacts from all over India. It also houses a ‘Maritime Heritage Gallery’ set up by the Indian Navy. The museum regularly hosts traveling exhibitions from other countries.