If shopping is your forte, then you will surely not like to miss two special attractions in Delhi from where you will take some cultural souvenirs at home. The first option is Dilli Haat, an open-air arcade full of crafts, arts, and cuisines belonging to different parts of India. It is where you explore the multiethnic aroma of India through the permanent vendors who keep changing their stalls fortnightly. Here, you can buy brassware, mirror works, wood carvings, breaded jewelry, silk and cotton attires, organic jams and pickles, momo’s from Nagaland, vada pao of Mumbai, and dosas of Tamil Nadu. Opened from 10:30 am to 9:00 pm on all seven days, the attraction charges a minimal entry fee. Another special place to visit is Central Cottage Industries Emporium that is a treasured hub of traditional Indian handicrafts, pottery, brassware, fabrics, silverware, and carved woodwork. Come here in case you wish to buy authentic handicrafts and handloom items. Apart from handicrafts, this centre sponsors handicrafts and handlooms via market research for ensuring highly standardized products on offer. There is no entry fee here for you to pay! As a tip, you can choose to stay in one of the nearby hotels or holiday homes in Delhi.