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Justa Panchsheel Park | 5 Must-visit Near-by Attractions

Dilwalon Ki Dilli never fails to please everyone. Delhi is fun, Delhi is colorful, Delhi is full of life! From ancient archaeological building to modern day temples, Delhi has no dearth of amazing places to visit. It is a place where you will see a perfect blend of both traditional and contemporary culture.

While in Delhi, one can not afford to miss out on the lip-smacking street food, like spicy Gol Gappas from Sarojini Nagar, Kesar Jalebis served with Rabbri from the narrow streets of Chandni Chowk, Moong Daal ke Pakode served with tangy green chutney and grated radish from Lajpat Nagar. Apart from the food, there is much more you can do in Delhi.

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Being one of the top 4 star hotels in Delhi, jüSTa Panchsheel Park is strategically located in vicinity to various popular tourist destinations. While you enjoy your stay at this hotel, make sure to visit these 5 places:

1. Qutub Minar

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Start your day with a visit to Qutub Minar and explore the richness of Delhi’s heritage. Qutub Minar is a 73 m high tapering tower with a diameter of around 14.32 metres. Built by the Ghurid Dynasty in 1220 A.D., this is one of the places near Panchsheel Park which you should not miss out on. The first three stories of Qutub Minar were built in red sandstone, while the fourth and fifth stories, of marble and sandstone.
You can also visit the Garden of Five Senses, which is merely 2 kilometers away from the complex. Built almost a decade ago, this place has become quite a popular destination for families and couples alike, owing fame to its proximity to bustling Saket.

2. Lotus Temple

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Situated in the heart of Delhi, the Lotus Temple is quite popular among Delhites. It is a lotus shaped pure white marble structure, built in the middle of lush green gardens. Inside the temple, you will find no ritual activities, but one can sit in the silence and pray to god. The temple is open to people of all religions, caste and creed, between 9.a.m to 7. p.m. on all days except on Monday. The entry to the temple is absolutely free.

3. Humayun Tomb

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Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Humayun’s Tomb was built by Humayun’s widow Bega Begum. This resting ground of several Mughal rulers consists of captivating garden squares (Charbagh) with pathways and water bodies. The entry to Humayun’s Tomb is free and one can visit the place anytime between 6am to 6pm, on all days.

4. Safdarjung Tomb

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A beautiful exemplar of Mughal architecture, Safdarjung Tomb was built in 1754 and is situated on Lodhi road. Quite similar to Humayun’s Tomb, this monument is also surrounded by alluring Mughal style gardens, also known as Charbagh. Never so crowded, this place is a retreat on the bustling Lodhi Road.

5. Hauz Khas Village

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More popularly called HKV, the Hauz Khas Village is a perfect blend of hipsters and history! The place homes several snappy designer boutiques and restro-bars, catering to all sorts of crowd.  You can take your seat at any restaurant here and enjoy the beauty of the Hauz Khas from the terrace. The place is filled with people all night, while entry to the Hauz Khas complex is restricted after dawn. Here at this amazing place, there is something for everyone.

So, prepare your bucketlist and visit these beautiful places while you are at Justa Hotels and Resorts in Delhi and make your visit a memorable one.

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