Due to your monotonous routine, you can lose your sense of freedom and creativity. While the heart of India, Delhi, is a resplendent amalgam of ancient culture and progressiveness, it can get tiring to stay stuck in the same city, amidst the same buildings and people. If you want to go on a trip with minimal time and money spent, then here are the best places to visit in September near Delhi.


The home to one of the wonders of the world, Agra is the perfect place to spend time with your family or better half. The weather turns moderate in the month of September, allowing you to roam across the city without sweat or exhaustion. Besides Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Akbar’s Tomb, Jama Mosque and many other architectural wonders are a constant source of attraction for tourists.

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Neemrana Fort

If the royal lifestyle of the ancient rulers intrigues you, then pack your bags and head towards Neemrana Fort. In the Alwar district of Rajasthan, Neemrana Fort is a fine blend of ancient royalty and modern services. You can spend some nights here, savour the Rajasthani delicacies and witness the beauty of Rajasthani Folk music.

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One of the closest hill stations to the capital, Nahan, is located at a distance of approximately 250 KM from Delhi in the Sirmour district of Himachal Pradesh. Known for Poanta Sahib Gurudwara and a proximal lake called Renuka, Nahan is an escape for the mountains lovers. You can have a close encounter with the authentic beauty of the Himalayas at Nahan.

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Another close hill station to Delhi is Lansdowne in Uttarakhand. It can be reached within 6 to 8 hours. If you wish to spend some peaceful time at a place away from the noise and swiftness of your city life, then Lansdowne provides you exactly that. With lakes, trekking routes and hills to admire, no other nearby city can take you into a trance-like state except Lansdowne.

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If you are craving for a long road trip, then head towards Chandigarh. The roads are smooth, and it is easy to drive from Delhi to Chandigarh even at night. In Chandigarh, you can shop at Elante Mall, hangout at rock garden or roam in Sector 17.

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