A couple of months before, Goa had emerged as the most loved holiday spot, followed by Delhi, Kerala and Maharashtra. And now, the capital city of India, Delhi has been included in the list of the best cities in the world for 2021. Resonance Consultancy Ltd. has ranked 100 cities from across the world based on 25 factors. Delhi has been ranked 62nd in the list. The top 10 cities in the list are London, New York, Paris, Moscow, Tokyo, Dubai, Singapore, Barcelona, Los Angeles and Madrid. According to PR Newswire, “The 2021 World’s Best Cities Report, created by Resonance Consultancy, is the latest edition of the most comprehensive city ranking on the planet.” Read on to know more.
Delhi Ranked 62nd Among The World’s Best Cities For 2021
Resonance Consultancy Ltd has given Delhi the 62nd position in the list the World’s Best Cities for 2021. Also, it is the only Indian city featuring in the list. The ranks have been given to 100 cities from across the world on the basis of 25 factors, including social media hashtags, number of check-ins, diversity, tourist attractions, weather and more. It also considered factors like coronavirus infections in July, income incongruity and unemployment. Also, here are 10 reasons why Delhi’s India Gate is 1000x better than Bombay’s Gateway of India.
What Makes Delhi So Special?
Despite the scorching heat in summer, bone-chilling cold in winter and annoying air pollution, Delhi has stood out to be one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world with a large number of marvellous forts, temples, mosques, gardens, markets and more. Also, in Delhi, an amalgam of diverse cuisines takes place. Delhi has places that serve Punjabi, Bihari, Hyderabadi, Haryanvi, Sindhi, European, Continental, Pan-Asian and even Bengali cuisines. Also, undoubtedly, Delhi has some of the country’s most well-built roads. The city has the country’s best airport and a remarkable connectivity through the metro. What’s more, it also boasts of the best street food in India.
This is another news to make Indians feel proud all over again. Meanwhile, did you know about this epic bus trip from Delhi to London?