The summer is here and it’s time to get those yearning bags and suitcases out from storage and yourself as well out of the daily mundane routine of eat, work, sleep and repeat. This is because the routine needs to change to eat, relax and sleep and repeat to help you rejuvenate. What better way than a relaxing vacation trip to Delhi!

Delhi as a whole has a lot to offer if you are up for a different experience each day of your trip to the capital city of India. There are primarily three parts in Delhi.

A Walk Down the Lanes of History: Once you have arrived, you may want to start by exploring the historical side of Old Delhi. A chaos-filled yet culturally rich part that gives you a taste of the bygone era of the royals. This is earmarked by the old buildings and architecture and many old markets where you can indulge in hours of street shopping. 

A More Modern and Organized New Delhi: Once you’ve experienced the rich history, it’s time to zoom into the modern and orderly fashioned New Delhi. There is a drastic change in the scene with the area coupled with beautiful private and government buildings.

A Chic South Delhi for a Class-Apart Experience:  To amp up your need for an even better indulgence, you may want to step into a first-class experience you can get as you drive through the South Delhi localities. This area is filled with amazing places to shop, dine and relax in style. Speaking of dining, if you are not so much into over-the-top prices of 5-star eat-outs then a quick lookup for restaurants near me on your smartphone will lead you to your all-time favorite comfort food choice, Dominos. Dig into your favorite pizza while you zip through the city. 

Here are quite a lot of other specific places and events that you can visit when in Delhi to further enhance your experience. 

Change of Guard: This is a weekly event that is conducted every Saturday and Sunday at the President’s palace or more commonly known as the Rashtrapati Bhavan. This event is similar to the ones that happen in many other countries like the one at Buckingham Palace. Since the Rashtrapati Bhavan is usually a restricted area to visitors this is a great opportunity for anyone who would like to see this magnificent structure and witness the show of power from the president’s guards.

Visit and Volunteer at the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Kitchen: One prominent place of worship in Delhi is the Sikh shrine called the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. This place is literally open throughout the day and is host to thousands of devotees who visit the shrine each day. Volunteering or Seva as the locals call it, to cook or help with meal preparation will give you a sense of satisfaction achieved by giving back to the society by means of your charity. People of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome here.

Street Food and Café Galore: Given the sheer size of this city you are bound to have a party of a lifetime if you are an ardent foodie. For this, all you need to do is slip on some casual outfit and a pair of lazy footwear and get going on foot. Other options would include hiring a self-drive bike or auto rickshaw to drive you around these beautiful and fragrant streets. If this does not satisfy your craving for food, then Dominos will be at the top of the search results when you look up food near me on the internet. 

So, what are you waiting for? Go online and get cracking with your travel and stay-related bookings at Delhi. Travel safe and happy journey.