When traveling to India, most Canadian tourists will likely land in Delhi. Located in the central-northern part of the country, this metropolis is not only the capital of India but also the cultural and political center of the country. Delhi is made up of two contrasting cities blending harmoniously into one. Old Delhi dates back to the time of the Moghuls whereas New Delhi is a modern city designed by the British.
Whether you're looking for ancient monuments depicting the architectural brilliance and cultural diversity of the dynasties that ruled India in the past, colorful bazaars or to sample the cuisine local, you'll find something to suit your taste.
We've gathered relevant information to help you plan your trip, such as must-see attractions, great places to eat, safety tips as well as where to stay in this vibrant and bustling Indian city.