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6 Incredible Things You Can Do In Delhi Under Rs 500!

HolidayIQ.com logo HolidayIQ.com 27-06-2016

Want to do things in Delhi that don't pinch your wallet? Here's a list of things you can just in under Rs 500!

Trip Through Paranthewali Galli: Situated in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, this place is famous world-wide for its huge variety of paranthas. What even better is the fact that you can treat yourself to paranthas till you are full without burning a hole in your pocket.HolidayIQ traveller Dipti Kindo says, “Go for shopping but you should know the art of bargaining and don't forget to go and taste Parathas in Paranthe wali gali!”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: The Suncourt Hotel YatriMid-range stays: Hotel Delhi PrideLuxury stays: Taj Palace Hotel - 33 Ratings, 33 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 6 Photos © sodelhi- Rajesh Pamnani Situated in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, this place is famous world-wide for its huge variety of paranthas. What even better is the fact that you can treat yourself to paranthas till you are full without burning a hole in your pocket.HolidayIQ traveller Dipti Kindo says, “Go for shopping but you should know the art of bargaining and don't forget to go and taste Parathas in Paranthe wali gali!”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: The Suncourt Hotel YatriMid-range stays: Hotel Delhi PrideLuxury stays: Taj Palace Hotel - 33 Ratings, 33 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 6 Photos

1. Trip Through Paranthewali Galli

Situated in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, this place is famous world-wide for its huge variety of paranthas. The best part about this place is the fact that you can treat yourself to paranthas till you are full, and that too without burning a hole in your pocket.

Visit Kunzum Travel Café: One of its kind and one of the coolest places to hang out with travellers from all around the world, this café is situated in Hauz Khas village. You can sip a cup of coffee, read books, hang out with fellow travellers, share experiences and use free Wi-Fi.Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Rupam HotelMid-range stays: Hotel LE GrandLuxury stays: Vivanta by Taj - Ambassador - 99 Ratings, 99 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 6 Photos © Wikimedia.org One of its kind and one of the coolest places to hang out with travellers from all around the world, this café is situated in Hauz Khas village. You can sip a cup of coffee, read books, hang out with fellow travellers, share experiences and use free Wi-Fi.Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Rupam HotelMid-range stays: Hotel LE GrandLuxury stays: Vivanta by Taj - Ambassador - 99 Ratings, 99 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 6 Photos

2. Visit Kunzum Travel Café

One of its kind and one of the coolest places to hang out and interact with travellers from all around the world, this café is situated in Hauz Khas village. You can sip a cup of coffee, read books, hang out with fellow travellers and share experiences - this is one place where time just flies away.

Explore Delhi By Cycling: Dutchman Jack Leenaars started this initiative back in 2009 after having explored Delhi lanes on a cycle. The Dutch are well known for their love of cycling and this new initiative gives you once in a lifetime opportunity to see Delhi like never before with a group of cycling enthusiasts.HolidayIQ traveller Sushil Chauhan says, “I love the city Delhi. There are many options to enjoy, for shopping, and all. There are many cheap hotels with good food quality. It's beautiful with many options for time pass like Delhi Haat, Fun N Food Village, etc.”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Hotel Delhi PrideMid-range stays: The Hans PlazaLuxury stays: The Metropolitan Hotel - 91 Ratings, 91 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 21 Photos © Wikimedia.org Dutchman Jack Leenaars started this initiative back in 2009 after having explored Delhi lanes on a cycle. The Dutch are well known for their love of cycling and this new initiative gives you once in a lifetime opportunity to see Delhi like never before with a group of cycling enthusiasts.HolidayIQ traveller Sushil Chauhan says, “I love the city Delhi. There are many options to enjoy, for shopping, and all. There are many cheap hotels with good food quality. It's beautiful with many options for time pass like Delhi Haat, Fun N Food Village, etc.”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Hotel Delhi PrideMid-range stays: The Hans PlazaLuxury stays: The Metropolitan Hotel - 91 Ratings, 91 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 21 Photos

3. Explore Delhi By Cycling

Dutchman Jack Leenaars started this initiative back in 2009, after having explored Delhi lanes on a cycle. The Dutch people are well known for their love of cycling and this new initiative in Delhi gives you a once in a lifetime opportunity to see Delhi like never before with a group of cycling enthusiasts.

Head To Nizamuddin Dargah For A Qawwali Performance: Chand and Shadab Nizami, along with their group of Qawwals effortlessly leave one spellbound by their soulful Sufi singing. The area is near Humayun’s tomb and you can enjoy the qawwali in two time slots - 6 - 7.30 pm and from 9 - 10.30 pm.HolidayIQ Traveller Vidyasagar Mehta says, “The said place is famous for its Mughlai food, the mosque and the heritage monument in and around and good place to relax with family and the place is accessible by train and bus.”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Grand Park Inn HotelMid-range stays: Hotel LE GrandLuxury stays: Grand New Delhi - 108 Ratings, 108 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 4 Photos © Staticflickr.com Chand and Shadab Nizami, along with their group of Qawwals effortlessly leave one spellbound by their soulful Sufi singing. The area is near Humayun’s tomb and you can enjoy the qawwali in two time slots - 6 - 7.30 pm and from 9 - 10.30 pm.HolidayIQ Traveller Vidyasagar Mehta says, “The said place is famous for its Mughlai food, the mosque and the heritage monument in and around and good place to relax with family and the place is accessible by train and bus.”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Grand Park Inn HotelMid-range stays: Hotel LE GrandLuxury stays: Grand New Delhi - 108 Ratings, 108 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 4 Photos

4. To Nizamuddin Dargah For A Qawwali Performance

Chand and Shadab Nizami, along with their group of Qawwals effortlessly leave everyone spellbound by their soulful Sufi singing here. The area is situated near Humayun’s Tomb, where qawwali nights are held.

Hop On To Hoho Delhi: India’s first hop on hop off sightseeing tour bus service, Hoho offers various sightseeing tours with tickets costing around 400 rupees.HolidayIQ Traveller Dinesh says, “Just hop on the hop on hop off "HOHO" bus and they will take care of the rest.”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Grand Godwin HotelMid-range stays: Sunstar Heritage HotelLuxury stays: Country Inn Carlson - Saket - 137 Ratings, 137 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 33 Photos © Wikimedia.org India’s first hop on hop off sightseeing tour bus service, Hoho offers various sightseeing tours with tickets costing around 400 rupees.HolidayIQ Traveller Dinesh says, “Just hop on the hop on hop off "HOHO" bus and they will take care of the rest.”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Grand Godwin HotelMid-range stays: Sunstar Heritage HotelLuxury stays: Country Inn Carlson - Saket - 137 Ratings, 137 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 33 Photos

5. Hop On To Hoho Delhi

India’s first hop on-hop off sightseeing tour bus service, Hoho offers various sightseeing tours with tickets costing approximately Rs 400.

Discover & Re-Discover Old Delhi: A walk through this place or even a rickshaw ride is sure to leave you with an experience to remember. HolidayIQ Traveller Xplorer from Delhi says, “You can relive the old Delhi charm, eat the best Muglai food and hangout the place or indulge in shopping. There are lots of places to shop. The place is little bit crowded.”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Grand Godwin HotelMid-range stays: Sunstar Grand HotelLuxury stays: Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Dwarka - 137 Ratings, 137 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 33 Photos © Wikimedia.org A walk through this place or even a rickshaw ride is sure to leave you with an experience to remember. HolidayIQ Traveller Xplorer from Delhi says, “You can relive the old Delhi charm, eat the best Muglai food and hangout the place or indulge in shopping. There are lots of places to shop. The place is little bit crowded.”Visiting Delhi and want to stay close to all this goodness:Budget stays: Grand Godwin HotelMid-range stays: Sunstar Grand HotelLuxury stays: Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Dwarka - 137 Ratings, 137 Reviews, 1 Sightseeing, 33 Photos

6. Discover & Re-Discover Old Delhi

A walk through this place or even a rickshaw ride is sure to leave you with an experience that you'll remember for a lifetime.

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