Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? We’ve compiled a selection for you.

  • Lotus temple

    The cult temple in the shape of a lotus flower was completed in 1986, and has received numerous architecture awards. There is not a single straight line in its structure. The façade consists of 27 lotus petals. Like all Baha’i Houses of Worship, it is not dedicated to a particular religion, but is open to all. It was financed by donations from believers across the globe.
    Lotus Temple Road
    New Delhi, 110019
  • Khari Baoli

    Largest spice market
    The world’s largest spice market is at the western end of Chandin Chowk in the middle of Old Delhi. It covers the streets of Khali Baoli Road, Nayar Bazar Road and Shyama-Prasad-Mukherji-Marg. There are numerous individual stands selling spices, dried fruit, nuts, tea and rice. The market has been in existence since the 17th century, and it is still an important and vibrant trading venue.
    Chandin Chowk/ Khali Baoli Road
    New Delhi, 110006
  • Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

    Sikh temple
    Delhi’s most important Sikh temple was constructed in several stages between 1783 and 1947, and is in a central location not far from the Connaught Palace. Inside the complex is a pond with holy water that beautifully reflects the moonlight. It is a very peaceful place.
    Near Connaught Place
    New Delhi, 110001
  • Nizamuddin

    Old Muslim quarter
    An ancient Muslim quarter that dates back to the 12th century in the middle of New Delhi. It grew around the shrine of Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, whose body is preserved in his own «dargah» (mausoleum). Around 15,000 people live in Nizamuddin today. The picturesque quarter is known for its narrow alleyways, its street kitchens, markets and mosques, and is an absolute highlight in New Delhi.
    New Delhi
  • Qutub Minar

    Victory Column
    The huge 12th-century victory column is made of red sandstone, and is situated in the Qutub complex. The tower is one of the first and best-known Muslim buildings in India, and is also the tallest minaret in the world. It is surrounded by several other ancient ruins, including an enchanting but sadly half-destroyed colonnade.
    6/4, Ward No1, Mehrauli
    New Delhi, 110030
  • Jama Masjid

    India’s biggest mosque
    The impressive mosque in Old Delhi is the biggest one in the country. Its tall, slender minarets are visible from afar. The building was constructed from red sandstone and marble between 1644 and 1658, and can accommodate 1000 faithful. Countless people congregate here every Friday afternoon to pray together. At all other times, the mosque is a popular meeting place and somewhere to read, eat or sleep.
    Off Netaji Subhash Marg
    Old Delhi, 110006
  • DLF Emporio

    Luxury shopping centre
    Armani, Bulgari, Cartier, Dior, Versace are just a few of the brands on sale inside the DLF Emporio. Shoppers of these luxury labels may be mistaken for thinking they are in seventh heaven here. Marble flooring and fountains add to the sophisticated design of this shopping mall – it's a luxury shoppers' paradise. The mall is considered to be the most expensive and sophisticated mall in the whole of Asia. Besides western luxury brands, stores also sell Indian designer goods and lifestyle products.
    4 Nelson Mandela Marg
    Vasant Kunj
    New Delhi 110070
    +91 11 4611 666
  • Hanut Singh

    Sparkling jewels
    Hanut Singh was born the grandson of a Maharajah, and his family is famous for its jewellery collection. He designs architecturally shaped, mostly movable items of jewellery for clients such as Madonna and Beyoncé. Visit him in his wonderful apartment and let him show you the jewels in a relaxed ambience – no stress, no obligation. An experience.
    A7, West End
    New Delhi, 110021
    +91 98 1028 7460
  • Kashmirloom

    The finest cashmere
    Jenny Housego and her partners, the brothers Hamid, Zahid and Asaf Ali, produce the finest cashmere in India. Everything is made to traditional methods, hand-woven to filigree patterns or intricately embroidered. Some wraps take as long as two years to complete. Their clients include luxury labels such as Hermès and Browns.
    C-65, Nizamuddin East
    110013, New Delhi
    +91 11 2431 8947
  • Sabyasachi@Carma

    Top designer
    The successful Indian designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee is considered one of the most creative minds in the country. He and other popular designers create fashion with an Indian spirit that can also be worn in the West and are stocked by, for instance, Harrods and Harvey Nichols. The store in Delhi is both a shop and exhibition space, and sells shoes and bags as well as clothing.
    H 5/11, Mehrauli Road, Near Qutab Minar
    110030, New Delhi
    +91 98 1031 1155
  • Good Earth

    Home accessories, textiles and cosmetics
    In 1996, designer Anita La opened a small shop where she sold chic and functional household items. Today, Good Earth is one of the most successful brands in India, and there are several outlets in the country. The product range includes very nice home accessories, silverware, glassware, textiles and cosmetics.
    9 ABC, Khan Market
    110003, New Delhi
    +91 11 2464 7175
  • Kamala

    Exclusive craftsmanship
    This is the place for anyone who is interested in unique and creative Indian craftsmanship. The concept is based on an initiative by a non-profit organisation that supports traditional and contemporary craftsmanship. It sells beautiful scarves and silk bags, amusing decorative objects, bowls and vases.
    Baba Kharak Singh Marg
    New Delhi, 110001
    +91 11 6596 9600
  • Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

    Indian art
    Kiran Nadar is married to technology billionaire Shiv Nadar, and is considered one of the country's most active art collectors. She displays works by famous Indian artists such as Ranjani Shettar and Bharti Kher in her own museum. The work by S.H. Raza, which covers a whole wall in the museum, is particularly impressive. Closed on Mondays.
    South Parking, MGF Saket Driveway
    Saket District centre
    New Delhi 110017
    +91 11 4916 0000