Why Delhi is the best destination this season
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Visit Delhi in spring, when the city comes alive in a riot of colour and offers many opportunities for celebration and sightseeing.
Delhi winters can chill you to the bone if you’re travelling from Mumbai or Kolkata. But the spring season in Delhi is magical, pleasant and even romantic. Although very short, from February to March, spring in Delhi is mildly sunny and pleasurable. Ditch your bulky winter wear and just step out in light woollens. You can take a Ranchi to Delhi flight, and we guarantee that you will fall in love with the city the moment you land!
There are a lot of things to do in Delhi this season, such as:
* Walk around– Experience the blue skies, warm spring sunshine and the coolness in the air as you explore Delhi on foot. There’s a lot you can see by walking through a city rather than rushing by in a car. Immerse yourself in the countless lanes and by-lanes of Old Delhi or the shopping streets in the newer parts. Make friends with the locals, drink chai and enjoy the street delicacies. This weather is perfect.
* Picnic in the outskirts – If you have friends in Delhi, this would be a perfect time to organise small picnics in the outskirts of the city. The sunshine and the greenery on the fringes of the city are ideal locations to plan short daytime picnics. Just lay under a tree on a rustic charpai and watch the day go by slowly. There are many online groups who organise such events at various farmhouses.
* Celebrate Holi: Holi is a big deal in Northern India. And Delhi goes all out on this festival of colours. Apart from the residents of Delhi having a blast in their homes and building societies, there are a lot of Holi parties that take place in and around the city which draw thousands of tourists. Holi India Colour Festival, Holi Sangria and Rang Leela are few of them. But flights from Ranchi to Delhi are booked heavily during this time.
* Explore Lodhi gardens– Lodhi Gardens comprise a huge 90-acre park in New Delhi that house tombs of Mughal royalty as well as some stunning architecture of that era. Delhi residents favour this spot for morning walks. Springtime allows one to explore the park at leisure as the temperature is pleasant and the weather is beautiful. Apart from the tombs, there are water bodies and lush quiet gardens to stroll in the afternoons. As this place is quite popular among tourists, Lodhi Gardens is a good place to just sit and watch people.