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New Delhi, India

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India’s capital is a huge, vibrant, energetic, bustling city with oases of tranquility, green spaces, and some of the most amazing tourist attractions on the entire sub-continent. New Delhi is only a small part of the wider Delhi area, and is the epicenter for finance, commerce, art, entertainment and tourism. New Delhi is one of those cities you simply must have on your Bucket List.

Delhi is said to be one of the oldest cities in the world, and has allegedly been a center of human habitation for over 5,000 years. Today, its myriad of historic gems sit alongside ultra-modern skyscrapers and a commerce sector that is fit to rival any in the world.

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The Red Fort – one of Delhi’s most important historical sites and its top tourist attraction, the bright red walls and turrets of the Red Fort are instantly recognizable. Completed in 1648, the fort attracts lovers of history and art to its cluster of buildings and beautifully kept green open spaces.

Humayun’s Tomb – the tomb is one of Delhi’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with the tomb of Humayun, the second Mughal emperor, at its heart. The best view can be accessed from the South Gate.

Qutub Complex – dating from the 13th Century (also known as the Slave Dynasty), this complex of buildings and gardens is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but tends to be less crowded than the other attractions in the city. The most tranquil and scenic time to visit is early in the morning. Its most famous building is the Qutub Minar, a 72.5m high minaret that is beautifully carved all the way up.

Rajpath – the main parade that leads from the Presidential Palace to the iconic India Gate. Although it’s a processional route, it’s lined with lush gardens and is a great spot for a picnic in the evenings.

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All foreign nationals, (including children) will need a visa to enter India. These are usually arranged before travelling, and you will need a passport that is valid for at least 6 months, two passport-size photos (five for Pakistani nationals), supporting documents if necessary, and a completed application form. You must carry your visa while travelling around India, and may be asked to present it by officials at any time.