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Travel to New Delhi



Within the vibrant and diverse metropolis of Delhi, you will discover a city sprinkled with dazzling gems: captivating ancient monuments, fascinating museums and art galleries, architectural wonders, fabulous eating places and bustling markets. Venture out on the infamous India's Golden Triangle connecting the national capital Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Complimentary accommodations provided at NIILM CMS Campus in Delhi NCR region.

Build global business connections and opportunities while networking in New Delhi, the bustling capital of the fastest growing economy in the world. Shop the many market places for spices, exquisite textiles and ethic treasures. Take in the ancient marvels of India exploring Agra, home of the extraordinary Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of the world. Ride an elephant to the gates of the remarkable Amber Fort nestled within the beautiful “Pink City” of Jaipur.


This iconic symbol of India is named for its massive red sandstone walls that once enclosed the ancient Mughal Empire. The magnificent structure dates back to 1648 when it was first built as a fortified palace to serve as the capital of the Mughal Emperor, which it remained as for two centuries. Today the historic site serves as a museum, a monument and a place of solitude in the center of the bustling city. It’s a must-see not only for its historical importance, but also the stunning architectural detail.


Built nearly 1,000 years ago, the Qutub Minar is a 72.5 meter minaret—the second tallest in all of India. The tower was built to symbolize victory over Delhi’s last Hindu kingdom. At the base of the minaret you’ll find India’s first Islamic mosque, as well as a few ruins and gardens that decorate the grounds. For a particularly striking experience, time your visit to the attraction at sunset.


Sometimes referred to as ‘the Red Taj Majal’, Humayin’s Tomb was built in the 1500s as a tomb for the second Mughal Emperor of India. The tomb is notable for its intricate Persian details, for being the first garden-tomb of its kind in India, and for inspiring new architectural innovations that would eventually lead to the construction of the breathtakingly beautiful Taj Majal.


The Lotus Temple, or the Baha’i House of Worship, lays in stark contrast to the number of ancient complexes that dot New Delhi. The temple was designed to resemble a lotus flower and consists of 27 remarkable marble petals. The architectural feat is always a site to behold, but the Lotus Temple is exceptionally striking when glowing against the dark night sky.


One of the best ways to discover the irresistible vivacity of New Delhi is by getting lost in its bazaars. For a particularly intimate encounter with the sights, smells and sounds of India, don’t miss an Old Delhi Bazaar Walk. These guided tours take visitors through the captivating bazaars of Old Delhi while ensuring guests receive a refreshingly local and hassle-free experience.


Success stories

Sharath Shanth

May 10 at 20:00 pm
Been a few times, made friends, visited the Parliment building and the food scene is great in Delhi.

Roman Basulaiman

Mar 26 at 18:33 pm
Done 2012

Glenn Buschbaum

Aug 03 at 21:06 pm
i die not like India at all

Sophia Salem

Mar 26 at 21:18 pm
visited my aunt, traveld alone around and my highlight I took a 28h yrain from delhi to goa

katie adams

Feb 06 at 07:45 am