You have to love history in India. Its made to enjoy and use. You can touch it and walk through it. The Gardens are wonderful so, need a bit of peace, go and enjoy
Very nice and greenery place in central Delhi. This place is for the joggers, players and kids but more for the love birds. After getting some spare time from the busy office or collage period pairs come here to spend some personal time to enjoy the togetherness. This place is secured enough from the un-social elements of Delhi.
The impeccable gardens and the quiet. Go in the early evening when there are very few joggers and walkers. The Lodhi tombs are imposing. There is adequate information outside each tomb and building. Rest here and enjoy the peace and quiet of the evening.
The architecture is mind-blowing, and the gardens are lovely. A great place to spend a romantic afternoon with pretty much every other young couple in Delhi that's hidden away among the trees, shrines, and along the water. This place is magical since it's so far removed from traffic and other sounds of Delhi. One of my favorite places in all... More
There is not much to see here. It’s a simple garden with grass, trees and flowers. One can occasionally spot a few couples here and here. That’s all.
A beautifully maintained park, full of Delhiites even in early. Some interesting ruins and full of birds. Nothing spectacular to see but a good place to get away from the hustle/bustle of Delhi.
We began our 5 week adventure in India with a quiet stroll through lodi gardens. It was great to see locals enjoying the park and exercising. The gardens were beautiful and well maintained. Our favourite structure was the Sheesh gumball, but they were all gorgeous. Well worth a visit to ease yourself into the India experience!
Great Garden in the middle of chaotic South Delhi. Opens very early for morning walk and is extremely busy in the evenings as well. Delhi's political class may not be accessible in parliament but you will see them jogging and walking in this garden. its free to enter and fairly well maintained. a great place all in all.
garden for the super rich of delhi, seems over crowded at all times. has some mughal era structures which are actually nothing much to talk about.
Worth the time. Recommended at dawn or dusk. Great place to relax or people watch. This is the place to go when you set aside a the checklist of places to visit and the time sensitive pressure to fit everything in quickly.
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