Best Photoshoot Places in Delhi

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We all love exploring new places, and Delhi has so much to explore . So when you have a free weekend, gather your gang to hang out with and pick a place to explore!. We all are good selfies lovers. So here are some selfie worthy places to visit in Delhi where there are tons of opportunities to click the perfect selfie for your Insta feed!

1. Champa Gali


A beautiful village near Saket metro station has now been transformed into a beautiful lane called Champa Gali, which has beautiful picture-perfect walls and new and trending food to try. Nowadays Champa Gali is one of the most popular places in Delhi.

Where -Champa Gali – Shed 4, Khasra 258, Lane Number 3, Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Saket.
Nearest metro station – Saket metro station.

2. Lodhi Art District


A great initiative by St+Art India in 2016 brought street art artists from all over the country and splash colours to Delhi’s walls. Lodhi Art District walls are covered with graffiti, murals and quotes in all colours and styles. This is Delhi’s very first open museum.
Take a few hours to explore all the walls in this area and take selfies with the beautiful paintings done by professional artists, The colourful graffiti will definitely add a unique touch to your pictures and some interesting portraits can also be clicked here.

Where – Lodhi Art District – Institutional Area, Lodhi Colony.
Nearest metro station- Jor Bagh or INA.

3. Tughlaqabad Fort


This fort has rumours that this place is haunted, so you’re in for a round of interesting stories when you visit. This place has a grand staircase and some old tunnels which were erstwhile used as passages. It’s best to visit here in the early mornings or evenings as it can get quite hot. The rustic ambience and the old stone walls make for some pretty cool and aesthetic selfies with the perfect touch of history on your feed.

Where – Tughlaqabad Fort – Near Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary, Tughlaqabad. 
Nearest metro– Govindpuri.

4. Jama Masjid


Jama Masjid in Old Delhi is one of the oldest and most iconic mosques and is definitely the most beautiful one in the city. Jama masjid is not only a selfie worthy place but also one of the must to visit places for food, Purchase a ticket for the minaret and climb up to get a bird eye’s view of all of Old Delhi and even up till Connaught Place. A miniature Delhi in your selfie will be the most beautiful sight you’ve ever captured.

Where – Jama Masjid – Meena Bazaar, Chandni Chowk.
Nearest metro station – chandni chowk.

5. Lodhi Gardens


Occupying a massive expanse of 90 acres, this is Delhi’s most beautiful park and houses some of the most exquisite historical monuments in the city. This place is immensely popular amongst joggers, families and nature and bird lovers alike. But despite being constantly full of people at all times of the day, it’s still one of the most serene places in the city. There’s a big pond where you can catch ducks sunbathing and walk inside the tombs to experience the vibe of history, which has been carefully preserved. The blend of nature and archaic architecture will add to your pictures and be the perfect change from your regular-joe selfies.

Where | Lodhi Gardens –  Lodhi Road, Lodhi Estate, Near Max Mueller Marg & Amrita Shergill Marg.

6. Deer Park


If you’re stopping by at Hauz Khas to try some new cuisines, do head over to the beautiful Deer Park. There’s a large lake in the centre with fountains gushing in the evenings and you can witness the perfect sunset here. This is another place with monuments from the Tughlaq period and you can sit in the large, spacious windows to enjoy the cool wind. It’s always littered with photography enthusiasts and fashion bloggers looking for the perfect shot and with a location so beautiful, it should not be hard for you to get your perfect shot here, either!.

Where – Deer Park – Hauz Khas.
Nearest metro station – Hauz Khas.

7. Agrasen Ki Baoli


This one can be a little confusing to find, but you will find plenty of people to direct you to the Baoli. Located near CP is this hidden step well belonging to the Lodi period. Although it’s only a small area, you will be pleasantly surprised if you’re visiting it for the first time. From the outside, it looks like any other old stone monument. However, as you enter, you will be taken aback at just how far down below the steps descend.
In fact, we could hardly see the end which merged into darkness *woah*. Take an overhead selfie with all the steps in the background or head down to take some cool, dark ones. Be careful though, as there are pigeons and bats at the bottom. Head here early in the morning to avoid the crowds.

Where – Agrasen Ki Baoli – Hailey Road, Near Diwanchand Imaging Centre, K G Marg.

8. Waste To Wonder Park


You won’t have to travel all over the globe to visit the ‘Seven Wonders of the World’ anymore, as you can click those wanderlust-filled selfies right here in Delhi. If you haven’t heard, Delhi has its own Waste To Wonders Park that has all the seven wonders and they’re made out of waste materials (so cool!). This is a great place for an outing with the fam or your besties. AND, it has plenty of photo-ops all around. From the Eiffel Tower to The leaning Tower of Pisa, you’ll find the perfect selfie spots here.

Where – Waste To Wonders Park – Near Nizamuddin MS, Block A, Ganga Vihar, Sarai Kale Khan.
Nearest metro – Nizamuddin.
Timings – 11 AM – 11 PM (Closed on Mondays).
Entry – Rs 50 (For Adults), Rs 25 (For Kids Aged Between 3-12 Years) & Free Entry (For Kids Under 3 and Adults Over 65).

Have a wonderful journey….

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