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World Cup 2023: Places To Visit, Must Try Food Items In Delhi


As the ICC World Cup 2023 is underway in India, all the matches throughout the tournament will take place through the length and breadth of the country in 10 different Indian cities including Ahmedabad, Pune, Dharamsala, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, and Mumbai.

The Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi

Given the craze and the love that people have for cricket from across the globe, it is for sure that these cities will attract a lot of tourists throughout the tournament.

The South Africa vs Sri Lanka match took place at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium on October 7, and four other matches are scheduled to be hosted at the same venue.

If you plan to visit Delhi for any of the four matches, here’s a guide to essential sightseeing, dining, and other activities in the city.

Must-Visit Attractions

India Gate: Built in 1931, the iconic India Gate is a major Delhi attraction, honoring World War I and Afghanistan war martyrs. Lit up beautifully at night, it’s a captivating spot for locals and a must-visit in Delhi after dark.

Red Fort: Delhi’s iconic Red Fort, built in 1638, is a Mughal masterpiece. Crafted from red sandstone, it boasts impressive walls, a charming bazaar, and a captivating light and sound show. A must-visit, it embodies the essence of the Mughal era and is ideal for outings with friends and family.

Agrasen Ki Baoli: Amir Khan’s PK featured Agrasen ki Baoli, a captivating Delhi tourist spot known for impressive architecture and rumored hauntings. This 60m-long, 15m-wide stepwell at Connaught Place is a must-visit, offering both spooky and beautiful vibes—a perfect spot for friends to explore.

Must-Try Foods

For a Delhiite, the city’s standout features are its rich history and mouth watering cuisine. From Chandni Chowk to Majnu ka Tilla, Delhi is filled with a multitude of culinary treasures. Here are some must-try delicacies in Delhi.

Chole Bhature: Spicy and hearty, this top Punjabi dish is a must-try in Delhi, making its way onto breakfast menus. Adored by Delhiites, you’ll find it in local joints or restaurants, often served with refreshing Lassi.

Top Spots: Sitaram Diwan Chand in Paharganj or Chache Di Hatti in Kamla Nagar

Momos: A popular snack, momos are widely enjoyed in Delhi. Available in vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, these delectable dumplings are commonly found near offices, residential areas, and markets. Enjoy them with a fiery red sauce.

Top Spots: Kamla Nagar Market, Nagaland Food Stall in Dilli Haat, Sikkim House on Panchsheel Marg, Café Brown Sugar in GK Market, Yashwant Complex in Chanakya Puri, and Majnu ka Tilla in North Campus.

Nihari: As you enter Old Delhi and stroll through its streets, you can’t help but be drawn to the aroma of Nihari, a special dish, loved by most Delhiites. This rich, spicy slow-cooked meat broth is served with hot tandoori or, preferably, khameeri rotis.

Top Spots: Bara Hindu Rao area; Karim’s near Jama Masjid

Kebab: From having kebabs delivered to your car, a quintessential Delhi experience, to finding them in food stalls and fine dining restaurants across the city, trying this popular dish might just leave you hooked forever.

Top Spots: Alkakori Alkauser, R K Puram; Ustad Moinuddin Kebabs, Lal Kuan; Ghalib Kebab Corner, Nizamuddin; Salim’s Kebabs, Khan Market; Aap Ki Khatir, SDA

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