Gautami Covers Delhi

Gautami Covers Delhi

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What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Most places in Delhi close early in comparison to other cities, but I’d say a place like Dilli Haat which is is a traditional bazaar of sorts. It has a charm of its own when you visit it during the evening and the tickets are inexpensive.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Delhi has a number of new and upcoming restaurants, one of my favorites is Mia Bella which is located in Hauz Khas Village. The rooftop makes the climb worth it.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

My favorite thing would be roaming around Hauz Khas Village Fort, Its a beautiful area to sit and enjoy a calm Sunday morning I’d say.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

Chandni Chowk is a crazy chaotic market but there is so much to see and wandering around these lanes you’ll find everything under the sun. One of the best parts is the authentic Indian food.

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What city will you be talking about?

Delhi

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Take a metro ride to Old Delhi and feel the real fervor of the city especially during the winter season. Kebabs, hot milk, vibrancy — it has all the ingredients to make your visit here absolutely delicious and memorable.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Lodi Garden Restaurant. It’s alfresco setting is what we simply love. Absolutely romantic, this place is perfect for lovers!

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Go for a walk in Lodhi garden and then head to All American Diners at India Habitat Centre for a sumptuous Sunday brunch.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

There are plenty! Our favourite is Mehrauli Archaeological Park. Rich in history, the place is full of fascinating stories and legends. Plus, it houses remarkable examples of architecture. A delight for anyone who loves history. Surprisingly, this spot is unexplored even though it is just next to Qutub Minar, one of the most popular monuments in Delhi.

Anything else you want to add?

Called the “City of Djinns”, Delhi is a fascinating city for more reasons than one. Destroyed and resurrected seven times, Delhi is indestructible. Delicious street food, historical monuments, greenery — it has it all. We may travel the entire world, but our heart will forever remain with Delhi.

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