Backpacking in India: Top Four Places to Visit in New Delhi

India, Delhi Guide (B): Backpacking in India: Top Four Places to Visit in New Delhi

India is an absolutely awe inspiring country, a test of your backpacking adrenalin and one of the most beautiful destinations to visit when traveling the world. And an added bonus is that today more than 150 citizens from around the world can apply for their tourist visas online instead of visiting an Indian embassy (like the one I went to in Bishkek). I based myself in the Hostel Smyle Inn and then backpacked the key sights.

New Delhi is one of those historical places you simply have to visit when in India. While planning your trip to India don’t forget to get your India Visa Online with iVisa and remember to include this beautiful city in your itinerary. Make time to see these four beautiful spots.

Arguably one of the most famous places to visit in the area, the Red Fort is a testament to the medieval Indian engineers’ design capabilities.

The name comes from the red sandstone that the enclosing walls are constructed from, and has been and is still is today the site of important events in the Indian history. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Backpacking in India: Top Four Places to Visit in New Delhi
Guide Location: India » Delhi
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Hostel Smyle Inn   Red Fort   Chandni Chowk   Humayun’s Tomb  
Author: Jonny Blair
Read it on author's website: http://dontstopliving.net/backpacking-india-top-four-places-visit-new-delhi/

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