Paying a call to Lodhi Gardens (where the tomb of Sikander Lodhi resides), will remind you once again- why New Delhi is called one of the greenest capitals in the world. There is much to see in Lodhi Tomb and the surrounding garden. Here you will find the tomb of Mohammed Shah, the three domed mosque, Bara Gumbad, the Athpula Bridge and all of them are indispensable parts of Sayyid, Lodhis and Mughal dynasty of India. Located at one of the busiest areas of South Delhi, Lodhi Tomb should be there in your route for Delhi tour package. If you are a newly married couple and there are many honeymoon packages in India that you two are pondering over; just because of Lodhi Tomb- you must pick up Delhi over others. The reason is very simple. The evening of the Lodhi Gardens is simply reserved for couples. Amidst the skyscrapers and concrete buildings of Delhi, Lodhi Gardens is the Treasure Island that gives respite and solitude to any tired soul. This beautifully maintained garden is one of favorite spots for morning walkers in South Delhi. If you are visiting Delhi during winter, then you must reserve a morning to take a blissful walk around Lodhi Gardens. There is no entry fee and it will make you wonder- how the authority keeps this place so clean, without any visible monetary reward? The gorgeous flower-beds, the soothing water streams and velvety grass under you feet inside Lodhi Gardens will make you cherish every moment spent here.