What to do in Delhi in 2 Days?
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What to do in Delhi in 2 Days?


The Capital of India, Delhi is the bustling city, but is a city of rich culture and history. This is a cosmopolitan city where the people from across the globe come and settle here for job or business purpose. There are many people who visit this place as tourists. Definitely this place will not disappoint you in terms of sightseeing places, food, history and shopping. You will feel in love with some or the other thing in Delhi. You can also plan a trip to Delhi for 2 days to visit a lot of places. You can see Delhi as a mixture of urban and historic culture. Here is how you can spend your 48 hours in Delhi productively and carry a lot of memories with you while returning back. 

Old Delhi is a perfect blend of culture and charm. This place is well known for its architectural buildings and this is also a happening place where youngsters can enjoy the nightlife of the place. Though, this is embracing the breeze of the urban culture, but the colonial buildings in the place retain its historic vibes. The old spices market of Asia, Chandni Chowk and the biggest mosque in India are a few must-seen places in your 2-day trip.

Here is what you can do in Delhi for 2 days

Qutub Minar

The first day starts by leaving to Qutub Minar. This is the tallest Minar that you find globally. This is the architectural brilliance and symbol of the Mughal era. This is the place where the first mosque was constructed in India. When Qutb al-din AIbak started to rule India, he built the Minaret and is named after his name. Though, this is a larger Minaret, but still looks smaller to Tajal Mahal, the monument of love. 

Humanyun Tomb

This tomb is constructed completely with red sandstone. The inspiration to built Taj Mahal has come from this tomb. This is located in the South Delhi. This is the ideal place for the photographers to show their photography skills by capturing its beauty in different angles. This place has the graves of Humayun Kabri and Haji Begum. This is a must-visit tourist place where millions of tourists would be visiting this place. You have to visit this place either early mornings or late evenings. The crowd starts to get thinner in the evenings therefore, you can capture some beautiful shots. 

Nizammudin Dargah

This is the must visit place in Delhi that is located closer to the entrance of Humanyun Tomb. There are many tourists who visit and offer prayers in this Dargah as and when they step in Delhi. This is the most sacred place in Delhi where you can totally immerse in the ambience of this place. This gives a serene feeling. 

India Gate

This is the largest war memorial that is built in India. This triumphal arch was built in the same manner as was built in Rome and Paris. You can see the beautiful garden surrounding the gate with small canals. This makes a perfect picnic spot to spend some quality time with friends and family. This Gate is connected to the Rashtrapati Bhavan. This architectural marvel located in the capital of India allows the photographers to show their photographic skills.

Connaught Palace

This is located in the closer proximity to the India Gate. This is the place that is visited by many tourists and locals. This is the place where you can shop and enjoy the culture of Delhi and food. 

Red Fort

This is the abode of Mughal Emperors. This place is very famous where the Indian Flag is hosted by the PM on the Independence Day. The design brags the architectural beauty of Mughal and Islam. 

Chandni Chowk Market

On the last day of the trip, you can shop for souvenirs to your friends in this market. Undeniably, the trip would be incomplete without shopping. This is the biggest shopping destination where you can find everything under one roof. You can find apparels, accessories, cameras, handbags, wallets and so on at a cheaper price. The narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk give you a great shopping experience. The market is divided into different sections such as you can find jewelry at one place, decoration items at one place, handbags at one place, lehangas at one place, etc. You should taste Dahi Bhalla, which is an Indian snack in this market. 

Delhi is a metropolitan and a historical place that is also the Capital of India. In two days, you can cover witnessing the architectural and historic beauty of the place. You can also enjoy the vibe and culture of the city to some extent in two days of your trip. 

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