Delhi Tourist Attractions
STAY CLOSE TO DELHI’S TOP DESTINATIONS
Avoid the bustle of New Delhi without missing out on its greatest attractions by staying at the Radisson Blu in Paschim Vihar, west of the city center. You’ll be within walking distance of Jwala Heri, West Delhi’s largest market, and just 15 minutes from Metro Walk, a unique combination of shopping mall and amusement park. After a day of hunting for bargains at Dilli Haat or Rajouri Garden, head back to the hotel for a massage at Vyoma, our on-site spa, to re-energize for another day of fun.
- Metro Walk and Adventure Island - 5 km
For some of the best in shopping and entertainment in India, be sure to visit this unique destination for thrill rides, casual restaurants and your favorite brands.
- Dilli Haat Janakpuri - 5.4 km
Catch a live performance before browsing more than 200 shops and stalls for handcrafted items and local cuisine.
- Rajouri Garden - 5.9 km
You’ll love the collection of malls and markets found at Rajouri Garden, known for its upscale shops and vibrant atmosphere.
- Pacific Mall Subhash Nagar - 6.2 km
Find all the brands you’re looking for at Pacific Mall, and then relax with dinner at one of the mall’s restaurants and a movie at the theater.
- National Rail Museum - 16 km
See what makes the massive Indian rail system tick by strolling through this fascinating museum, featuring more than 100 train cars and engines, many from the 19th century.
- Chandni Chowk - 17 km
Selling both local and international goods for more than 300 years, Chandni Chowk is a must-see attraction while in Delhi. You’ll find exotic spices, authentic Indian foods, rare books and handmade jewelry at one of India’s oldest markets.
- India Gate - 19 km
Impressive and sobering, India Gate is a red sandstone and granite monument commemorating Indian soldiers who died during World War I. You can admire the monument and the nearby fountains from the well-manicured lawns throughout the area.
- Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium - 24 km
Cheer on the Blue Tigers with 60,000 other fans, or get your tickets for some of India’s biggest concerts and performances.
- Qutab Minar - 25 km
An instantly recognizable symbol of Delhi, Qutab Minar is the world’s tallest brick minaret, originally constructed in 1193 and later restored in 1368. Looking for something unique to do? Pay a visit to the intriguing Iron Pillar, located within the Qutab Minar complex.
- Lotus Temple - 26 km
Stunning architecture, reflection pools and 26 acres of perfectly landscaped gardens draw visitors from all religions to this Baha’i house of worship.