Like most other metros, Delhi too has become very crowded and noisy. If you stay in such an environment for a long time, without hearing the sound of silence, it can get very stressful. Thankfully there are some good places in and around Delhi to get some much needed peace and quiet.
6. CafÃ© Moon River
Another quiet little cafÃ© can be found in Defense Colony in South Delhi. Next door to the Moon River shop, that contains an eclectic mix of souvenirs, is the CafÃ© Moon River
. It is another peaceful place to hide when the noise starts to get to you. They offer free wifi along with some great food and that makes it a great place to check out if you want a peaceful place to get some work done.
5. Zaffiro by Zara Zaffiro by Zara
is a small tiny little restaurant in Greater Kailash neighborhood that boasts of Mediterranean and Italian food, free WiFi, but more importantly of some much needed peace and quiet. The peaceful colors and plants in the restaurant add to the silence and if you want to do some work, the free wifi helps. It is a good place for anyone who has to get away from the noise of the city, without going out of the city and also has to concentrate and get some work done. While you are doing that, you can also enjoy some good food.
4. Lodhi Gardens Lodhi Gardens
have provided a quiet place in South Delhi for many years. You can enjoy the nature or the historic tombs and other buildings. The entry is free so you might encounter a crowd but all you have to do is roam around till you find a peaceful place under a tree to sit and relax. It is situated near Khan Market and contains the 500 year old Mohammad Shah tomb. It is definitely a place to check out if you are looking for some solitude.
3. Garden of the Five Senses
As the name suggests, the Garden of the Five Senses
is a place to evoke all your senses and give them a respite from the hustle of Delhi life. It is located near the Mehrauli heritage area is spread over 20 acres. It was built to provide some respite to the public of Delhi and is usually crowded with people looking to get away from the city’s noise. But if you are lucky you will be able to find a peaceful place to sit.
2. Humayun’s Tomb Humayun’s tomb
was the first garden tomb to be built in India in 1570. These gardens are very peaceful and scenic. The best thing is that there is an entry fee that prevents the crowd from coming in. So if you want to spend a peaceful day with a book or with your family, just come to Humayun’s tomb at the crossing of Mathura road and Lodhi road.
1. Hauz Khas Complex
Hauz Khas in South Delhi is a place for students and shoppers. But there is a great place for someone looking for some peace and quiet as well. It is the Hauz Khas Complex
which contains a lake, a mosque, a tomb and some pavilions and other structures from the 13th century. For centuries this park has existed as a peaceful refuge for the students of Delhi as it contained old Madarsas where students would come to study during the time of Allauddin Khilji. Visit this park for a peaceful day in the lap of nature and history.