The tourist season has commenced in India with the long Diwali week. There were times when people confined themselves to the corners of their houses and celebrated the festival with family and friends. Times have changed and along with celebrations many take long breaks, club it with weekends and go holidaying. All that one needs to do is select a destination, book a hotel room, book the flight/ train/ bus tickets and just head to all those breathtaking places this lovely country has to offer.
New Delhi is one perfect tourist hub which has numerous getaways like Jaipur, Agra, Shimla, Manali, Chandigarh and many more within striking distances. The city is the best stop over before you head to the Himalayas. For people coming from other parts of the country besides the north, New Delhi forms the base and it is from here that travellers head to places like Ladakh, Spiti, Srinagar, Rishikesh, Haridwar etc.
One also need not use Delhi only as a stopover. You can also visit the capital city and enjoy about its history, culture and monuments. With Qutub Minar, Red fort, Akshardham temple, Rajghat, Jama Masjid, India gate and many more historical monuments to lure the tourists and travellers alike, New Delhi is definitely a must visit destination. If you are ready to not accept the city as just another metropolitan, New Delhi is sure to not disappoint any traveller. With the festival and holiday season in full swing there is no dearth of food streets and shopping alleys in this marvelous historical city of India. Also in the vicinity are the neighbourhood cities of Noida and Gurgaon. With numerous shopping malls and festive offers, Gurgaon is not shy from making you travel to her.
With the crowds swarming it is tough to get tickets and rooms. There are numerous hotels in Delhi to make your stay in the city comfortable. There are budget hotels too for travellers with budget constraints. Now all that you need to do is to pack your bags and head there before.your neighbours, relatives and colleagues make your hotel and transport bookings tough.
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