A trip to Delhi in December is an experience you won’t soon forget. The December month has finally arrived and with it comes the beautiful weather and opportunities to enjoy many outdoor pursuits that have been waiting all year.
Warm fuzzies and low-key vibes are what winter is all about. Winter fog acts like a warm pencil on white paper, sketching the landscape in all its glory. Due to these stunning sights, a trip to Delhi in December is an experience you won’t soon forget. The December month finally arrives, and with it comes the beautiful weather and opportunities to enjoy the many outdoor pursuits that have been waiting all year.
Traveling to historic sites in and around the city, attending exciting festivals, feasting on Delhi’s world-famous street cuisine, and engaging in a healthy dose of wintertime adventure — all these and more can be enjoyed in the capital of India.
You should visit Delhi in the winter when the weather is cool enough to appreciate the city’s genuine hues. The main city is famous for its Mughal-era architecture. Delhi’s elegance is a holdover from the golden era. Delhi is a great spot to visit for history buffs because to the abundance of interesting buildings to examine.
It would be impossible to exhaust the possibilities for exploration in Delhi, from the historic district of Luyten’s Delhi in the city’s center to the Baloi as well as Forts to the South and the magnificent Ridges to the North. Winter in Delhi is the best time to take a city trip, since the city is calm and pleasant, making it ideal for exploring by HOHO bus or by rickshaw through the historic market of Chandni Chowk.
Hauz Khas Forts, Rani ki Baoli, Agrasen Ki Baoli, Planetarium, Old Delhi, National Gallery, Old Fort, and Nizamuddin Dargah are some of the most popular tourist destinations in Delhi during the month of December.
To put it simply, Delhi is indeed a city full of life and adventure. Living in the center of Delhi guarantees that you will never experience a boring moment, thanks to the city’s thriving economy and enthusiastic population. Delhi, India’s national capital, is home to both historic architecture and beautiful natural scenery. Delhi is a great place for the environment and its components to flourish because of its many parks, gardens, and animal sanctuaries.
Gardens of the Five Senses, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Nehru Park, Lodi Gardens, Mughal Garden, Deer Park, Botanical Garden, and the Japanese Park are some of the best nature parks and ecological parks in Delhi.
The greatest time to enjoy the delicious street cuisine of Delhi is during the cold winter months. For gourmands, the roadside stand is a tantalizing possibility. If you’re looking for a spot to satisfy your cravings for delicious street food like paranthe, samosa, kachori, chhole puri, tikki, pani puri, momos, chaat, and kebabs, Chandni Chowk is a great option. Sure enough, the best of Delhi’s street food can be found at these stands. Get out and enjoy the winter weather as you have a substantial breakfast or late-night nibbles.
There are great spots in Delhi to enjoy authentic North Indian street cuisine. You can’t help but try these roadside stands the next time you’re in the area instead of the restaurants, bars, and other popular eating establishments.
In December, you should visit Paranthe Wali Gali, Momos Point, Chandni Chowk, Purani Dilli, Karol Bagh, Lajpat Nagar, Paharganj, Sadar Bazar, Rajouri Garden, and Defence Colony to sample some of the finest street food in Delhi.
In the month of December, Delhi becomes the epicenter of many end-of-the-year celebrations. You may attend one of these concerts if you like a lot of noise and crowds. December in Delhi is a great time to meet new people and try out new things, thanks to the abundance of festivals, fairs, and performances scheduled throughout the month. There are many options to pursue as the year draws to a close and the chill of December in Delhi makes for a more alluring climate.
There is a wide variety of events and festivals to choose from in Delhi in December, from a book fair to a music festival to a food festival. The forecast calls for pleasant conditions, making it a good day for outdoor events like a festival or concerts. Events are scheduled throughout the month of December at venues like JLN Stadium, IGI Stadium, and the agricultural area in Chattarpur, so if you have nothing better to do, you should travel there.
Popular December activities in Delhi include the Old Delhi Street Food Walk, the Krackerjack Karnival, and theater performances at the Shri Ram Center and the Siri Fort Auditorium. Tickets for the WWE live event at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium may be purchased here.
(Edited by : Jerome Anthony)
First Published: IST