India’s capital is one of the largest cities in the world - and one of the most fascinating. Divided into Old and New Delhi, the metropolis is a perfect example of how the past meets the future. Old Delhi is the site of Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque; the view over the city from its southern minaret is nothing short of fantastic. Equally impressive is the Red Fort, the famous Mughal palace complex and UNESCO World Heritage Site. New Delhi is where the government district is located and this part of the city is dominated by magnificent boulevards, grand residential areas and parks. Both sides of India, the traditional and the modern, come together in Delhi, making a visit to this megacity a unique opportunity to gain an insight into the many facets of life on the subcontinent.