3 Ultimate Places For A Weekend Getaway Near Delhi

Posted by Sunita Jain
March 30, 2017

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The summer is here and you must be wondering when, how and where to go this weekend? Well, for those who don’t want to spend their hard-earned weekends at overcrowded destinations and long hours of travelling, there are many fun and interesting places to visit near Delhi. You don’t have to burn a hole in your pocket by travelling too far as these places are easily accessible and are not farther than 300 kilometers. From nature, wildlife, and heritage sites, there is plenty on your plate to explore. If you are planning a trip in the near future, read these three amazing weekend getaways around Delhi.

  • Manesar

A part of National Capital Region, Manesar is a fast growing town that has now become a holiday destination in itself. A few kilometers away from the hustle-bustle of Gurgaon streets, the Heritage Village Resort & Spa is a resort near Delhi that is beautifully designed in Rajasthani style. Here you can spend your leisurely time playing tennis, billiards, cricket, and badminton or can go out for a lingering walk around the lush green gardens of the hotel.

  • Neemrana

This town is established around the magnificent fort, popularly known as Neemrana fort, which is now converted into a hotel. Built by Raj Dup Raj in 1467, this is the coolest holiday destination near Delhi that offers majestic views to rejuvenate your mind and senses.

  • Surajkund

Merely eight kilometers from South Delhi, this place is an ideal weekend spot to relax and unwind. It is a paradise for those who don’t want to travel too far in the search of tranquility and peace. Thus, this place offers you a traditional mix of crafts, arts and culture.

 

Delhiites, pack your bags now! Have a relaxed holiday with family for the next weekend. Also, those from the other parts of India, such as Mumbai, you can catch a Mumbai to Delhi flight and enjoy these locations along with Delhi’s famous foods which we know you Mumbaikar’s crave a lot.

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