A city of many moods and identities, Delhi has evolved many personalities over its long, fraught history; it may not be the most beautiful city in India, but in many ways it is the grandest. - Copyright © 2014 by Fodor’s Travel, a division of Random House, LLC. All rights reserved.
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Akshardham temple complex, which opened in 2005, is more than a religious site. See films on India’s heritage, ride boats, watch musical fountains.
Built in the 17th century by a Mughal ruler, the Red Fort has more than a mile of crimson sandstone walls — plus sound and light shows.
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The city is known for mouthwatering dishes such as butter chicken, naan and tandoori-roasted meats. Delhi Food Tours lets you sample.
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With air travel, so many things can go wrong - paying extra fees, missing connections, etc. Learn how to avoid these common air travel mistakes.
Walk the pathways at Lodhi Garden alongside residents taking constitutionals. The gardens contain tombs of rulers.
Alcohol and seat pockets are not your friends. Use this advice to avoid getting sick on a plane.
Visitors to Gandhi Smriti are affected by the simple house where Mahatma Gandhi lived before being assassinated on his way to pray in 1948.
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