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Delhi Travel Guide

Delhi is the capital of india and also a historical tourists place in India. The impact of the rule of the mughal and the Britishers can still be seen in the architecture of the monuments in Delhi. Delhi is both the commercial and entertainment hub of India. It had always been a keen area of interest for the Britishers in the past and so for the tourists in present. There is something about Delhi that attracts a huge tourism around the world. From chandni chowk to Connaught place, Delhi is the amalgamation of the old and new culture and style. Delhi is an important business and political centre also.


The best time to visit Delhi is between November and March. Summers in Delhi are scorching with mercury rising from 25°C to 40°C. Monsoons take the stage from end of June. Winters in Delhi are pleasant.

Get In

Getting in Delhi is not a very difficult task. It is a place that is approachable from anywhere. There are number of options available to reach Delhi.

You can reach Delhi by:-

  • Plane: Delhi is connected to almost every major city through the flights. Indira Gandhi international airport avail both international and domestic flights, located in the west of the city. The airport has the basic facilities. You can also hire cabs as soon as you get out of the airport.
  • Road: one can reach Delhi by car or bus. The five national highways that run through Delhi link the major towns and the extensive network of roads makes it quite comfortable.
  • Train: trains to Delhi arrive at four major stations namely Delhi Junction, New Delhi, Hazrat Nizamuddin, and Anand Vihar. These stations serve the all types of trains. Though Delhi has no local trains, but is connected with almost all the major cities.

Getting around

There is so much to see in Delhi that one can spend days just exploring it. There are many means for getting around Delhi. You can use metros, buses (public and private), cabs, auto rickshaws and of course by foot. The Delhi metros are the newest means of transport. It is quite easy and comfortable to travel by metro. The cheapest mode is the buses. They go everywhere. The best way is to hire a cab to see Delhi. The drivers are well trained and serve as the guides also.

The main attractions in Delhi are monuments like The Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Raj Ghat, Government Buildings like the Parliament House, India Gate, Rashtriyapati Bhawan, and Museums include The National Museum, National Science Centre, The Doll Museums and many more. Apart from these Delhi is famous for its heavenly malls and complexes in which you can shop, eat and play games too.