Delhi is said to be one of the oldest existing cities in the world. This ancient city never stops, never pauses growing. This metropolis is not only ahead for its politics but also for its tourism, fashion, finance, education and entertainment. Delhi has something or the other for everyone. The iconic Red Fort or Lal Qila built of sandstone has been standing tall since 1648 and was the brainchild of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It’s compartmentalised never ending premise is full of royal surprises and bazaar as well full of souvenir hawkers. You can witness a celebration of modern Indian arts at Akshardham, a wondrous house of worship. The colossal, Lotus Temple is a center of Baha'i faith and is a peaceful refuge from the breathlessness of the city. Shreds of evidence from the ancient times dot the city in the forms of the grand India Gate, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Purana Qila, Lodhi Gardens and the list never ends. The city has a rich and colourful character, parts of which still inherit a medieval character. Places like Janpath Nagar, Sarojini Nagar, and Dilli Haat are heaven for shopaholics. The city has a rich and colourful character, parts of which still inherit a medieval character. You may splurge at the high-end restaurants and pubs all over Delhi, but you don’t want to miss the street food. Connaught Place, Chanakyapuri and the Parliament Street stretch, everything contributes to the grandeur New Delhi is. If you’re touring Delhi, Paharganj is a good choice for staying with quite good connectivity.