Let us tell you about all the great places you can visit on your trip to Delhi - totally free! We have compiled a small list for you of all the places worth checking out where entry fee is zero. By end of this article, you will be glad to know of the attractions in the city you can choose without costing yourself a single cent!
The holy place of Sikhs, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib was initially built as a bungalow in the 17th century but today stands as a tranquil place of worship visited by all religions.
Rules: Take off your shoes before entering, wash your hands in the water area and make sure to cover your head during the time you will be inside the Gurudwara. Carry your own scarf.
How to Reach: It is located near Connaught Place (CP). Get down on Rajiv Chowk metro station and take an auto from there.
This monument is the calling card of Delhi. It is a war memorial built in the honor of thousands Indian soldiers who died during wars in the 20th century. The lawns surrounding the monument crawls with families in the evenings.
How to Reach: India Gate is situated in Central Delhi. Get off at Khan Market metro station then take an auto or just call for a cab.
Agarsen Ki Baoli is among the few one of it’s kind architectures standing in Delhi. This heritage monument served as a stepwell in ancient times and is said to be a haunted place today. It’s unique architecture intrigues who ever sees it. Take your camera along.
How to Reach: The monument is located near Connaught Place (CP). Get off at Rajiv Chowk metro station and grab an auto or simply hail a cab.
A long road leads up to this beautiful heritage site that served as a reservoir in old days. The lush green foliage surrounding the ruins and a calm lake makes Hauz Khas Village a peaceful place to be.
How to Reach: It is tucked into Hauz Khas Village area. Nearest metro station is Hauz Khas. It is wiser to take a cab.
Lotus Temple can be instantly recognized for it’s lotus-like architecture and is a tranquil escape away from the noisy city. Visitors are encouraged to stay absolutely quiet so fully hear the sounds.
Rules: Put your gadgets on silent mode. Leave your shoes neat the stairs to the temple. You can don them back to walk in the gardens. Temple is closed on holidays, official visits and on Mondays.
How to Reach: Take metro to Kalkaji Mandir station then walk to the temple. One can hail an auto as well.
Every person with wanderlust has Delhi on their list and for the right reason. This culturally diverse city is known for it’s ancient heritage, colorful noise and rich background. Plan your visit soon, for this city has a lot to offer.