Delhi Tourist Attractions
Modern retreat with proximity to top Delhi attractions
When you visit the Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Paschim Vihar, you can experience the best of the city at a more manageable scale, without missing famous tourist attractions like Connaught Place, Janpath and Chandni Chowk. Our hotel is situated in an exciting location for shopping, within walking distance of the authentic open-air market at Jwala Heri and less than seven kilometers from Dilli Haat, where you can buy cultural goods from all over India. After a soothing massage in Vyoma, our on-site spa, bolster your wardrobe at modern malls with international brands or make the five-kilometer journey to Rajouri Garden and Tagore Garden for handcrafted traditional Indian goods.
Take time to discover these Delhi-area attractions:
Amusement Park and Metro Walk Mall - 5 km, 15 min
Splash, laugh and relax at this world-class amusement park, which features a modern shopping mall and a water park with more than 26 rides and attractions.
National Rail Museum - 16 km, 25 min
See what makes the massive Indian rail system tick by strolling through this fascinating museum.
Chandni Chowk - 17 km, 30 min
Alive with sights, sounds and smells you won't find anywhere else, Chandni Chowk is a must-visit for a glimpse into India's vibrant food culture. Find exotic spices, authentic restaurants and historic mansions at one of the country's oldest markets.
India Gate - 19 km, 35 min
Impressive and sobering, India Gate is a red sandstone and granite monument commemorating Indian soldiers who died during World War I.
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium - 24 km, 40 min
Join the enthusiastic crowds as you cheer during sporting events with up to 60,000 other fans, or see a concert with up to 100,000 other ticketholders.
Qutab Minar - 25 km, 40 min
An instantly recognizable symbol of Delhi, Qutab Minar is the world’s tallest brick minaret, originally constructed in 1,200 AD and later restored after being destroyed by a fire in 1,369 AD.
Lotus Temple - 26 km, 45 min
Stunning architecture draws visitors from all religions to this Baha’i house of worship.