Top Things to Do in Delhi in 2 Days

Posted by on February 11, 2021

Delhi, the capital of India, is one of the most visited cities in the city. There are thousands of things in this city which you never even knew about it. There are a lot of special things in Delhi, but one of the most distinct features of this city is that this is the only city

Delhi, the capital of India, is one of the most visited cities in the city. There are thousands of things in this city which you never even knew about it. There are a lot of special things in Delhi, but one of the most distinct features of this city is that this is the only city to have not only one, but three UNESCO World heritage sites. The city of Delhi is full of bars, cafes, amusements parks and other fun places.


It is one such place that would require one to have a lot of energy to completely get to know this place. Elders, young adults, teenagers – this city has entertainment places for people of every age group. Let us know focus on the different entertainment locations in the city that you can visit in just a span of two days.

List of Things to do in Delhi in 2 Days

1. Yoga at Lodhi Garden

Lodhi Garden, located in Lodhi colony in New Delhi is a very beautiful and picturesque park. The area is a beautiful place, full of greenery and also filled with ancient architecture. This place also has the tomb of Mohammed Shah and the Lodhi rulers who ruled over the northern part of India. In the middle of such beautiful scenery, there are also some yoga classes that are held here that is worth attending. There are different trainers who can help the participants with their structures and poses and possibly help them with any kind of bodily pain. Anybody who has the chance must be a part of the Yoga sessions.

2. Book Cafes in the Connaught Place

A whole lot of us are book lovers out there even though not many of them are vocal about it. But seriously, who doesn’t love spending some time with a good book and a refreshing cup of coffee to go with it? Just for this purpose there are several Cafes in the Connaught Place in Delhi. The Oxford Bookstore in Delhi is also very close to these cafes and is a treat itself. You can just select a pick and come to some of these cafes.

Along with a tranquil atmosphere to read in, these cafes also provide you with hundreds of choices in the field of beverages to go with the book, an example of this is the Cha Bazar in Connaught Place. Another such café in the Connaught Place is the Café Turtle in the Khan Market. It is also another place where you can simultaneously read and eat. The café is well stocked with beautiful books and provides a place to sit and read both inside and outside the café.

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3. Cycling Near the India Gate

India Gate in the national capital, Delhi, was built as a memorial to the seventy thousand Indians of the British Indian army that lost their lives in the First World War. The area around the India Gate has a very serene environment. The atmosphere here is very peaceful and the place is always kept clean. There are not many cars here and even with the few cars, there is not much noise.

Near the India Gate, there are several companies that rent out bicycles. Cycling through the roads near the India gate is an amazing experience, that too with the wind hitting your face and the calm and tranquil surroundings. Cycling at the India Gate isn’t an opportunity anybody would want to miss.

4. Visiting the Jantar Mantar

The Jantar Mantar is a building located in the middle of the national capital. This building is like a puzzle, ore more accurately, a maze. The areas are filled with different instruments making this place like an open air observatory. There are altogether thirteen instruments here. These instruments are which are used, because of their different structures, to observe and study the astronomical cycles of the universe.

Even the walls of the Jantar Mantar are designed for astronomical observations. The whole building is built in such a way that it is very easy for a visitor to feel disoriented and lose their way in the observatory. An amount is levied for everyone who wants to enter this place. It is the maze-like structure of this building, for which it was named the Jantar Mantar.

5. Shopping at Dilli Haat

With the beginning and expansion of shopping malls, the traditional haats have been slowly going extinct in Delhi. However, there are still some haats in Delhi that have has been still going strong, precisely, there are three such haats in Delhi. The main purpose of Dilli haat is to sell and promote the handlooms and other traditional and cultural aspects of the country. This is a place where a large number of craftsmen exhibit their talent and craftsmanship. These haats are considered among the most popular places in Delhi. Many people prefer to shop from these haats so that they can get a better view at the traditions, culture of the country.

All these handlooms and crafts that are sold here have a unique level of beauty and magnificence that is very hard to find anywhere else. There are, apart from handlooms, also traditional clothes that are found here. Also get more information about Top 10 Famous Shopping Destinations in Delhi.

6. The Photography Tour in Delhi

There is an arrangement of a Photography tour in Delhi for those who love to click pictures. This tour takes you through the various places that are a part of the extremely rich heritage in the city. This tour takes an individual through a 3 to 4 hour tour that covers all the important attractions in Delhi and that too with the help of a private guide.

The guide takes you through these important sites; however, you can even choose the locations yourself from the Mehrauli Archeological Park, National Zoological Park, Old Fort, or Humayun’s Tomb. The guide does all the leg works and ticketing and also narrates to you as much information as he has on the different locations in the city.

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7. Sound & Light Show at the Red Fort

The Red Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in Delhi. This place, in itself attracts a lot of tourist attraction, add to that the beautiful light and sound show organised in this place.  This show combines the artistic storytelling with the visual animation here. This, the combination of the expert musical a talent with the portrayal of the historical events through the narrative music is an incredible experience for every person. The narratives are done in both Hindi and English.

During this whole narrative, the whole of the Red Fort is lit up with beautiful lights, and soulful music. The narrative is perfectly synchronised with the music. This is one of the best interesting ways to get more knowledge about the historical events of this city.

8.  The rhythmic beats of the Delhi Drum Circle

The Delhi Drum Circle is a community that attempts to socialist and interact with the people of the city by playing rhythmic beats on their drums, every other day in the park. There are also other instruments that people play here, some of them being flutes, dholaks and pipes. This group has its fair share of followers since the time it started. This community is located in the Hauz Khan Village.

All people of this village are eminent personalities like lawyers, doctors, artists and also some students. As the time went by, these musicians have reached a crescendo they have also established a stage for many open air jam sessions which is not done by any other communities in India. There is no restriction upon anyone’s entry and people are free to bring any instruments of their own choice and enjoy a blissful time there without nay fuss.

9. Bird Watching at Okhla

The Bird watching at Okhla is a lot more beautiful because of its location beside the Yamuna River. There is a sanctuary named the Okhla Bird Sanctuary which can be considered a refuge for bird-watchers. This area was declared a bird sanctuary in the 1990. There are more than three hundred and twenty species of birds which are recorded here. There are also many plants here, about a hundred and eighty-eight species of plants, many shrubs and also nearly thirty species of trees in the park.

This is a wetland that has considered to have come in existence when the dam was constructed at Okhla. This place is filled with grasslands and the thorny shrubs and thus became a home to various birds that were previously present in this place as the migrants who were just passing by. This is one of the best places in the whole city for bird-watching and that too throughout the year. However, the months of winters are considered to be the best for observing migratory bird species.

10. A Tour Through the Old Delhi

There is a preparation of a very calm and serene trip throughout the whole city of Old Delhi. These tours take you through some of the most picturesque and narrow lanes of Old Delhi. These tours take you through some of the old Haveli. These Havelis are very old yet elegantly built mansions that bring out the contemporary architecture of India. You can take a slow paced walk through these streets and fine yourself immersed in the beautiful colors and splendor of these buildings.

There are also several markets here like the wedding markets, silver markets, temple galore and the saree bazaars that keep the people fascinated. These trips usually end with traditional meals being served at one of the Havelis.