Bordered by Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, Delhi is a union territory of India which contains New Delhi and neighboring satellite cities in an area called the National Capital Region (NCR). Delhi is an epitome of unity in diversity. The region has both historic and modern tourist attractions which leave the beholder astounded. With so many tourist places scattered all across the city, the best way to explore it, is to get lost in the chaos.
You can cover many prominent places in Delhi within a period of 7-10 days. However, you can extend your stay if you want to explore nearly every famous monument and museum. Every district and city are well connected through metros and buses so travelling is not an issue in Delhi. You can start exploring New Delhi as it houses nearly every prominent national monument. You can spend 5 days in New Delhi exploring the city, heritage sites, famous monuments, Lodhi Garden, India Gate, Red Fort, street food etc. Further, you can move upwards to Kamla Nehru Ridge as it has few monuments and temples in its vicinity. On your way back to the main city, you can visit the museums as per your interest, as many of them are located within a few kilometers distance of each other and from Delhi Bus Stand. Before leaving, you could explore the famous markets and collect precious souvenirs. To have a serene end to your trip you can visit the religious places like Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Lotus Temple and Akshardham Temple.