A state split into two contrasting regions, one can easily escape the hustle and bustle of New Delhi, the capital of India, to visit the royal and political history of Old Delhi.Don’t let the heat or the intense traffic deter you! As the capital city of India, Delhi has something for everyone: rich Mughal history, captivating museums, sublime colonial architecture - not to mention some authentic cuisines for the foodies. The 17th century Red Fort, the Qutab Minar and Humayun’s Tomb are UNESCO world heritage sites where visitors can spend more than half their day immersing themselves in its history. If you're into ancient astronomy, the Jantar Mantar features larger than life sundials and astronomical instruments for predicting the weather! How cool is that? Delhi is also the gateway to the famous first world war memorial monument known as the India Gate. If you’re the bazaar loving type or simply want to sample some of the street food fares, a stroll down the old city streets of Chandni Chowk will get your juices flowing.