The old world meets the new world, New Dehli, India

Upon arrival in New Delhi, it isn’t long before you notice the complexity of this city. The warm climate attracts a mass of people into the area with a population recorded in 2011 of 22 million inhabitants which makes it the second most populated city in the world. Imagine yourself here arriving by plane or train among hordes of people from all over the world. The fast pace growth of the city has also given way to the growth of street food vendors (Dhabas). One must take note Delhi is where Mughlai cuisine originated you’ll need to sample a few dishes or even take a cooking class.
All the riches in the world can be found here, ranging from luxurious Hotels and business condos to majestic temples and landscapes thousands of years old. Be sure to hire an auto rickshaw taxi by the hour or negotiate a price for an all day to visit places such as Connaught Place, Lotus temple, Akshardham temple (the largest Hindu temple complex in the world), and of course India Gate. But don’t miss out on these Unesco World Heritage Sites: Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort Delhi where you can find number of affordable accommodations for any budget. Anything you want can be found in Delhi.