These are the tourist places of Delhi, where you can go for a roam after lockdown.

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There are many tourist places in the capital of the country for people who are interested in walking, where they can see many good places. However, due to the Corona period in the country, people are not able to go to these places right now. But when this lockdown opens, people will plan to move around. In such a situation, you can also approach Delhi at that time, because many places here are waiting for you eagerly. So let's know about these places.



Red Fort

The Red Fort attracts everyone towards it. This fort is constructed of red sandstone by Mughal architecture. Here you will find museums, traditional handicrafts, decorative items, artificial ornaments, etc. You can also enjoy the light and sound show to be held here in the evening. You are going to get a different experience by going to the Red Fort.


Humayun's Tomb

Humayun's Tomb is known for its beauty. It was built by Humayun's wife Haji Begum. This mausoleum is built by mixing red stone and marble. This mausoleum displays Mughal architecture. There is also a tomb of Humayun and some special members of the Mughals. By going here, you can spend a moment of peace and get good pictures clicked as well.

Akshardham Temple

Going to Akshardham Temple in Delhi is a different experience in itself. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Delhi. Here you can taste the boating, cultural programs and delicious food found in the canteen of the temple. Apart from this, there is a water show in the evening, which is quite spectacular and people come from far away to see it.

Jama Masjid

The Jama Masjid in Old Delhi is one of the largest mosques in the country. This mosque is a wonderful view of Indo-Islamic and Mughal architecture. Here at one point in time, a large number of people can bow their heads together to God. The view here is very lovely at the time of Eid. It is absolutely free to go here and at the same time, there are many delicious foods around the Jama Masjid, which you can taste.