Delhi remained the capitals of Kingdoms and Empires ruled by Chauhans, Turks, Lodis, Tughlaqs,  Pathans, Mughal, and British. With an impact of Different Eras of empires and rulers, Delhi is a mix blend of multi-cultures. Structures, Buildings, Monuments, Forts, Palaces showcases that Delhi has stood witness to 5000 years of wonderful and turbulent history. The capital of India may be a sizeable chaotic town, jam-packed with contrasts. It’s maybe the sole town that represents the made cultural and religious diversity of the Asian nation. With the vision of tourism for a guest, Delhi may be divided into two parts, Old Delhi and Lutyens Delhi.

Old Delhi is the old city ruled and constructed by Maharajas, Sultans, Tughlaqs, Lodhis, Khiljis, Pathans, and Mughals. The old city includes Mehrauli and Shahjahanabad. Mehrauli located in the southern part of Delhi is full of enchanting sites like Qutub Minar, Alai Darwaza, Quawwatul Islam Mosque, Syed Ul Ajaib, and more places, there are enjoyable eateries around Mehrauli and boutique shops for unique and handcrafted articles. And, Hauz Khas complex built around an ancient Water reservoir, Meaning of Hauz Khas Is ''Reservoir for Specials''. It is known as the best spot for nightlife in Delhi, Cafes, Clubs, Musical Bands and there is more to enjoy.

Shahjahanabad Old Delhi or '"Walled City" is the area dotted with major attractions of the city, it is surrounded by gates, there were 14 gates in the city out of those 5 are still alive, named as Kashmiri Gate, Delhi Gate, Ajmeri Gate, Turkman Gate, and Nigambodh Gate. The Red Fort "Lal Quila'' constructed in the17th century by Mughal emperor Shahjahan was the palace of his Capital Shahjahanabad, a great spot for tourists. And other famous places nearby are "Jama Masjid" also built by Shahjahan, a famous eatery with a range of various Mughlai, Afghani, & Indian Non-Veg Cuisines served fresh and best. "Chandni Chowk" bazaar is also nearby, it is an aged business hub of Delhi, comprises with Plenty of markets, like gold market of Dariba Kalan, book market of Nayi Sadak, cloth market of Katra Neel, Spice Market of Khari Baoli, Betel & Supari market of Naya Bans and more. For the best visit of Chandni Chowk, you need to take a Tuk Tuk ride.

Lutyens Delhi named after the leading British architect Edwin Lutyens, who was responsible for much of the architectural design and building when India was part of the British Empire in the 1920s and 1930s. Locations belong to Lutyens are Connaught Place, Rashtrapati Bhawan (President’s House), North Block and South Block, India Gate, Parliament House, Princely Houses or Palaces, Raj Path (King's Way), Janpath (Queen's Way).

Besides all these places there is Dargah Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, HumayunTomb, Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple, Purana Qila, and National Zoological Park, Lodhi Garden and more.

Delhi is always a happening city that offers a good value to th