Top stations on Blue Line:
Akshardham: Visit the famous Akshardham Temple
Pragati Maidan: Head to the massive Pragati Maidan (you can plan your visit around International Trade Fair, Book Fair, etc) or grab a bite at Cafe Lota
Connaught Place: The station for Connaught Place is the busiest one! Get out here for CP and do just about anything.
Karol Bagh: Station for one of the oldest markets in India.
Rajouri Garden: With three massive malls and a popular fashion market, Rajouri Garden is a favourite of West Delhiites.
Janakpuri West: Visit the District Center, which has several restaurants and a PVR.
Dwarka Sector 10: Every main food joint and market in Dwarka can be found in this sector.
Summer tip: You can take the metro in the evening to check out all the above mentioned spots except Akshardham temple. The temple closes early and you'll need to queue up for entry but the stunning architecture is well worth the wait in the heat.
Best places to stay at in Delhi
Luxury: The Leela Palace, The Roseate, The Lodhi
Mid-range: Courtyard by Marriott, Haveli Hauz Khas, Thikana
Budget: Treebo Amber, Optimum Palm D'or, Hotel Sunstar Grand
Hostels: GoStops Delhi, Zostel Delhi, Jugaad Hostels
Homestays: Saket B&B, Nina Kochhar's Homestay, Sandeep's Homestay
So let go of the stereotypes about how expensive Delhi is and discover it the local way. If you know more fun and free things to do in Delhi, hit the comment section below and tell us all about it.
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