Besides being the capital of the nation Delhi is a vibrant cultural melting pot which offers ample options for weekend getaways. Be it hill stations, religious sites, wildlife sanctuaries, or adventure destinations, this metropolitan city will leave you spoilt for choice. 

You do not have to travel more than 300kilometres, and you can have everything you wish for! Take a break from the 9-to-5 schedule and head for these escapades to rejuvenate your body and soul. You can simply book taxi in Delhi and head out for a relaxed yet fun outing, which will leave you all set for the week ahead.  
Take Jaipur for example. It not only boasts of glorious stucco buildings, but is also home to opulent palaces, holy temples, and ancient fort. It has retained its cultural heritage over and years, and thus, continue to attract tourists who are seeking respite from their monotonous schedules. Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Amber Fort, City Palace, and Jantar Mantar are some of the chief attractions of Jaipur. It is easily accessible from Delhi via roads, rail, and air, and is at a distance of 296kilometres via the NH 48. You need not give a second thought before booking Delhi to Jaipur cabs, for it will surely promise an exciting weekend! 

Agra is undoubtedly one of the choicest weekend getaways from Delhi with its rich endowment of splendid Mughal era monuments, most importantly the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri. All three of these are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It goes without saying that Taj Mahal is one of India’s most popular attractions that enjoys a global repute. Tourists can also make the most of activities like, heritage walk, historical tours, bicycle tours, jeep safari, and local markets visits. 
Also referred to as “Brajbhoomi”, Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna and is situated on the banks of River Yamuna. This pilgrim centre has earned immense popularity in recent times for being rich in mythological stories. The major attractions in Mathura include, Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir, Jama Masjid, Kusum Sarovar, etc. You can reach Mathura from Delhi in 182.3kilometres via Taj Express Highway. Delhi to Mathura cabs are now just a few clicks away, in case you want to avoid the slightest hassle. It especially attracts tourists during Janmashtami and Holi as the Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir is believed to be the birthplace of Sri Krishna.

An ancient historical town in the Alwar distict of Rajasthan, Neemrana is on the Delhi-Jaipur highway. Located in the heart of the ‘golden triangle’, Neemrana hosts the Neemrana Fort Palace, which is known for its magnificent construction and unmatched magnificence. The majestic fort spreads over almost 15 hectares, and finds itself in the Aravalli ranges. The fort has now been turned into a luxury resort, showcasing a spectacular blend of traditional Rajasthani and modern styled interior. With its pools and hanging gardens, and beautiful rooms, it is touted as an ideal destination for a break from the city humdrum. 

A part of the Bharatpur district, Deeg is said to be a part of Lord Krishna’s Parikrama path. It is known for its alluring gardens, forts, fountains, and palaces. Deeg Palace is 32kilometres from Bharatpur in Rajasthan, and takes about four hours to reach from Delhi, and one hour from Mathura. Deeg Palace is open 9am to 5pm except on Fridays. Deeg also hosts a number of ‘Havelis’ from the late 17th and early 18th century. Most of these have been inspired by the Mughal architecture, and are built in marble.