A multifaceted city oozing exoticism with chaotic markets, domes and turrets, ancient bazaars and a downtown lined with posh eateries and flamboyant boutiques.
What to do:
Explore Swaminarayan Akshardham a fantastic temple showing spirituality at its best.
Travelers and locals flock to the India Gate, the national monument of India that honors the soldiers who died in World War I and the Third Afghan War.
Visit King’s Park Street, a prominent flea market shopping destination in Delhi, with stalls selling clothes, handicrafts, antiques, and artifacts from all over India. Events, exhibitions, folk dances and theater performances will be held there as well, accompanied by regional cuisine and street food.
Check the very posh mall: the Select Citywalk.
Goa still holds the antique Portuguese charm, brimming with quaint churches, mystical temples, magnificent mosques and a delicious cuisine reflecting its history and striking festivals.
What to do:
Walk through the old Goa and reconnect with history discovering where inquisitions used to take place and where slaves used to be sold.
Basilica Bom Jesus is a Jesuit basilica with mortal remnants of St Francis Xavier listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In Goa buy your souvenirs from Tuk Tuk shop renowned for having quirky funny little gifts.