North India has a number of attractions which the tourists flying from western and southern parts like to explore during a holiday trip. Read on to know more.
Usually people fly from Delhi and other places to reach Goa for a holiday celebration. But what about those who live in this holiday paradise or those who stay in the neighbouring areas. For them, Goa is so easily accessible that they can party there every other day. For them, visiting other places of India can be more adventurous than the regular sightseeings amid the locales. So, if you are planning to take a tour from the west or south to the north of India, the first thing you need to do is to catch a flight from Goa to Delhi. Goa is well-connected to all the major cities of India and hence there are frequent flights from this paradise beach town to places like Delhi and Mumbai. If you are coming from the west or south, it is most probable that you would be already familiar with the popular destinations around there. Hence, starting your itinerary from the capital of the country, Delhi, would be your best as this city is connected to all the main destinations of north India.
Delhi is a gateway to a number of prominent tourist destinations in India. You can explore the main attractions of the city in a couple of days and head to other places after that. Delhi is a historic city and hence the most popular places to see here are give an impression of the heritage tour. The most magnificent of all historic places in Delhi is the Red Fort which was the center of power in the past. It is said that the river Yamuna was so replete with water and fluous that its banks touched the periphery of the Red Fort. It must have been a wonderful sight to behold. Red Fort and its architecture is something to understand in depth. The fort commanded the many small sections of the city which were all inclusive in the original plan that encompassed the area around the Red Fort. So, explore it yourself and find out as much you can about this interesting place.
Qutub Minar is the other attraction to visit in Delhi. It is considered the tallest structure which gave a nice view of the entire city in the old days. Nowadays Qutub Minar can only be viewed and you cannot climb up the this building as it is undergoing renovation. The other place of historical significance is the Humayun’s Tomb. It strikes a lot of interest in those who have a knack for history and architecture. Among the religious places to see in Delhi, Akshardham Mandir is a symbol of majestic architecture and strong spiritual fervor. Similarly, Jama Masjid is another epitome of religious faith. You can also visit the Lotus Temple which looks like the Opera House of Sydney and is built in the shape of a lotus.
After you are done with the major places of attractions in Delhi, you can take a Delhi to Agra cab to reach the historic city where one of the wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal, awaits your intrigue and curiosity. Its magnificence and beauty is not a secret and witnessing it in person is a memorable experience. With so much to explore, plan your itinerary today.