/Delhi Travel Guide: What to See, Do, Costs, & Ways to Save

Delhi Travel Guide: What to See, Do, Costs, & Ways to Save

Introduction

Being served as the capital of India, Delhi has much so much to offer. Apart from the iconic historical monuments, the vibrant capital is ready to engulf the traveler inside you. Crisp air, dynamic north Indian culture and sumptuous street food – carrying this all along, Delhi simply wins your heart and Le Amigo helps your traveler mind explore even further. Let’s find out how!

What To See / Do 

Jama Masjid

Built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century, Jama Masjid is one of the largest mosques in India. The mosque is located in the heart of the city and is loved by the worshippers. Le Amigo guide suggests you to visit this place due to its eccentric Mughal vibe and the enchanting Azaan. Surrounded by a bazaar known as Meena Bazaar, the place creates a typical enthusiastic Mughal aura altogether and makes you fall for it.

Agrasen ki baoli

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Want to have a quiet atmosphere within the city? Well this is the place for you. Also known as ‘Ugrasen Ki Baoli’, this place includes historical step-wells that are said to be built by the north Indian king named Agrasen. Patronized by the youngsters of the city, this place still creates a low-key charm to it. Protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI), the place has also been shot in the Bollywood film named ‘PK’. The Le Amigo guide helps you feel the charm that this place has to offer within the city limits.

Chandni Chowk

One of the oldest markets of Delhi, Chandni Chowk is located in the heart of the city (Old Delhi) and is also home to the real taste of the city. The busy market consists of Indian clothing shops, jewelry shops, Indian sweets shops and north Indian street food. The area has narrow lanes and the iconic monument of Red Fort is also located within the area. Even Bollywood couldn’t resist filming its charms in various movies. Le Amigo guide highly recommends this place to have a quintessential essence of the city.

Connaught Place

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This place is an energetic business hub having European influenced structural blocks encompassing clothing lines, tech – savy shops, upscale restaurants, pubs and discotheques. The European styled buildings create an eclectic and picturesque backdrop. This place is ideal to spend your evening by roaming through the photogenic structure or simply by sipping on a cup of coffee with a lively street view. Let the Le Amigo guide help you end your day the best way possible!

Things To Eat In Delhi

Paranthe Wali Galli, Chandni Chowk

Located in the busy shopping street of Chandni Chowk, Paranthewali Galli is a proof that the legend continues! A lane having a number of street food stops serving hot Paranthas, is also famous for its unique style of preparation i.e. Paranthas getting deep fried in Ghee. Perfect lipsmacking blend of correct spices makes your waiting way too much worth! Mutter Parantha and Pudina Parantha are the Must – try’s flavors. Le Amigo guide recommends this place to all those who love street food unconditionally!

Karim’s, Jama Masjid

Described as the ‘city’s best culinary experience’ by a number of travel magazines, Karim’s known as the foodie’s weak point in the city. Located in the lane right in front of Jama Masjid, where the Azaan can easily be heard the course. A trip to Delhi would be incomplete without indulging into the arguably best authentic food experience at Karim’s. Established in 1913, Karim’s offers palatably succulent and blend-to-perfection Mughlai cuisine. Nahari, Seek Kebab, Chicken Burra, Mughlai Murg, Rumali Roti, Tandoori Roti are a few to name the highlights of Karim’s. Polite and simple waiters serving with affection also adds to a secret ingredient to the recipes. Let the Le Amigo guide help you have the most exotic culinary experience of the city!

Easy Way To Save Money In Delhi

The best way to save the money in Delhi is to explore the city via public transport. The city has a wide network of metro linking the city’s bustling areas. It is considered to be the most flexible and cheapest mode of transport within the city. Other public transport options include auto rikshaws and cycle rikshaws which are convenient to reach from one point another. The city also has avid network of Ola and Uber cabs and is also one of the convenient ways to travel affordably in the city.

Why Le Amigo ? 

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Here’s the thing – we make it just so special and unforgettable for you! How? Well, the Le Amigo guide wants you to have the city’s real extract the best way possible. The guide just not your regular guide but your Amigo i.e. your friend throughout your visit and accompanies you providing the best guided help. Le Amigo guide makes you fall in love with the city’s unique eclectic mood and makes sure that your memories should linger and never fade away. Companion, friend, guide or whatever you may call him, he wins your heart being your ultimate Amigo for every trip you wish for!