Housing the central business area and high rises, the Central Delhi includes renowned tourist attractions which are visited by tourists all throughout the year. Visiting Central Delhi, one could make the most out of their trip by going to see the grand Red Fort which is an epitome of the Mughal era that stands as the face of tourist attractions in Delhi. A visit to the glorious India Gate which was built in the year 1931 would take you to the memorial for martyrs of World War I and war in Afghanistan. Raj Ghat which is yet another tourist attraction in Central Delhi is visited by a number of people. The place is a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi that stands without any ornamental structure. A visit to one of the largest mosques in India i.e., Jama Masjid would take you to the architecture marvel by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. After exploring the mosque, you can savour delectable Changezi chicken at Karim’s Hotel nearby. Other than this, a visit to Connaught Place which is often abbreviated as CP has always been a prominent landmark in Delhi would take one to shops that are still operating still 1935. The place is a famous tourist attraction in Central Delhi as well as a paradise for the shopaholics. Also, a visit to the Rashtrapati Bhavan can be made (official home of the President of India) which is vast mansion that holds both Indian and Western structured design style and the Parliament House which is a circular colonnaded building that houses ministerial offices, numerous committee rooms and also excellent library.