Where do you want to go?
Found 370 Illustrations
The 1st arrondissement is very "chic" and nice to visit with his beautiful french gardens, muséums like Louvres or Musée des Arts Décoratifs, shops and restaurants.
If you stay only one day in Paris, I think it's the place to be.
Many layers — people, their activities centered on a huge open park, which change with the changing seasons. Tree-lined walkways, a promenade and a ground within a few footsteps from the residences — Mumbai’s Shivaji Park1 is a study of contrasts, of different worlds all within the same time and space. At any given time, the place is home to different people engaged in varied interests — one might be more visible than the other but all of them as intense. There is a sought magic to this place. For a dense metropolitan like Mumbai, this space is a breather and a blessing. And this is the reason for my love for this space.
1.Created in 1925, Shivaji Park is the largest public park in Mumbai. With a rich historical and cultural background because of the political and social gatherings it has witnessed—both in pre- and post independence Mumbai—the open space is now renowned as the cradle of Indian cricket.
Delhi is situated in the northern part of India. It has a diverse culture and is a melting pot for people of different religions, languages, socio economic backgrounds. Delhi is known for its beautiful winters, festivities, awesome food, and history. The city has a beautiful mix of Islamic and colonial architecture.The historical monuments date back to the Mughal era. Central Delhi is also known as Lutyen's Delhi, after the name of architect planner who designed it. A must visit for all who visit India.