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  • 1

    Taj Mahal

    123 reviews

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  • 2

    India Gate

    59 reviews

    Its a huge Icon and Monument of India. The park is nice. Its was OK for a quick stopover. This i don't think is a must on a visit to Delhi.

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  • 3

    Lotus Temple

    42 reviews

    Beautiful temple that I probably would not have taken the time to go see if it wasn't for the driver we hired.

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  • 4

    Gateway of India

    43 reviews

    Doesn't take long to see this but it is iconic. It is also the place to catch the boat to Elephanta (weather permitting). A good picture spot and conveniently located to the Taj Palace which is well worth a visit in its own right.

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  • 5

    Marine Drive

    34 reviews

    intresting

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  • 6

    Agra Fort

    35 reviews

    I still cant get the vision out of my head! The most beautiful place I have ever seen and with so much heart. I loved it!!

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  • 7

    Qutb Minar and its Monuments

    35 reviews

    The monument that, more than any other, announced the arrival of Islamic culture to North India, the 72.5 meter Qutb Minar pillar and its surrounding monuments (there are a bunch in the complex) are a highlight of Delhi's rich architectural and historical heritage. Built by the first Muslim ruler of Delhi, the red sandstone column is the highest in India, ...

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  • 8

    Golden Temple

    26 reviews

    The Golden Temple is in one word Amazing! From the cleanse (of the foot) upon entering, to being surrounded by the devour making their pilgrimage, to sitting down like one of them to share naan. Visiting the Golden Temple is truly an amazing experience.

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  • 9

    Connaught Place

    31 reviews

    It's the commercial center of Delhi (though Delhi is, of course, rather denucleated), and the place to go to peek in on the modern life of the city. Good restaurants, excellent bookshops, and more than a few grubby dudes offering to clean your ears with filthy metal implements. The underground mall here is also a hotbed of black-market activity: amidst ...

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  • 10

    Old Delhi

    34 reviews

    Everyone should go here at least once. This was once the city of Shahjahanabad, founded by emporer Shah Jahan who also built the Taj Mahal. Popular attractions here include the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk market, and the Digambar Jain Lal Mandir and Bird Hospital

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  • 11

    Marina Beach

    31 reviews

    Marina Beach: It is the longest beach in World located in Chennai. It is very lavishing to see and a perfect destination for holiday making.

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  • 12

    The Backwaters

    27 reviews

    Visit www.shorelinegroup.in for amazing bsckwater packages!! They have got it sll included! A truly wonderfull experience!!

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  • 13

    Lal Bagh Gardens

    28 reviews

    Great place!!

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  • 14

    Red Fort Complex

    32 reviews

    Fascinating and beautiful site in Old Delhi. Especially beautiful at night with the light show.

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  • 15

    Golconda Fort

    24 reviews

    A hilltop fortress built by the Qutb Shahi sultans of the Deccan Plateau of central India, the ruins of the medieval Golcanda Fort are one of the most satisfying day excursions from Hyderabad, 11km away. Affording good views (well, on a smogless day!) of Hyderabad and its twin Secunderabad, it's a fascinating place to wander through for a morning, and ...

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  • 16

    Palace of the Winds

    25 reviews

    A structure made entirely out of sandstone was used by the rajput ladies to watch the royal processions under cover.

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  • 17

    Victoria Memorial

    21 reviews

    pride of kolkata.....eighth wonder of the world

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  • 18

    Amber Fort

    22 reviews

    The fort is magnificent. The tourist elephant ride in is a huge production line and the hawkers are among the most aggressive we have encountered anywhere. A "no" response is taken as a maybe. Still, once past the gauntlet and into the palace there is plenty of history to absorb.

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  • 19

    Juhu Beach

    26 reviews

    5 stara

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  • 20

    Churches and Convents of Goa

    20 reviews

    dere r alot of churches in goa. . .n 70% of people r christans , , .i juss luv it . . . i saw mny churches dere . . even i saw a real mummy in St. francis church. . .unbelievable . . .

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