A symbol of the country’s rich past and thriving present, Delhi is a city where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together.
Traveling to Delhi: November has an excellent weather for traveling to India, particularly New Delhi; it is the peak tourist season. Temperature in Delhi ranges from 60F to 90 F (15 C to 32C). The weather remains pleasant, however, there can be slight nip in the air. People unaccustomed to such weather may carry slightly warm clothes.
IGI Airport: The revamped Indira Gandhi International airport, now Terminal 3, provides visitors with their first experience of a modern, world-class city which is keeping pace with the best in the world. Terminal 3, from where international and many domestic carriers operate, has facilities which are on par with the world’s most modern airports. The Airport Metro Express, which takes one to the rail station in the heart of the city, in just 17 minutes, provides easy connectivity for visitors. Delhi being the capital city features prominently on the Indian railway network.
Railway Stations: The Old Delhi and New Delhi Railway Stations provide ease of travel to and from Delhi by means of several trains criss- crossing the country.
Travelling Within Delhi: Delhi has a well integrated public transport facilities network for the ease of commuters. Whether you are travelling to Old Delhi, to Connaught Place or to Dilli Haat, the metro provides an easy way of getting around the city. The numerous flyovers, wide roads and bus and auto services also ensure that it is easy to explore the city. The city also has app based cab services OLA and UBER providing A/C cabs at reasonable prices. Besides the Metro, which connects all of Delhi’s landmarks to the city centre as well as most suburbs, the new, a fun way to explore Delhi is by booking a HOHO bus tour. Hop on- Hop off buses, better known as HO – HOs, have been introduced by Delhi Tourism for visitors who wish to tour the city in a single day.
Visiting the Taj Mahal:The Taj Mahal is one of the wonders of the world. Listed amongst UNESCO's World Heritage sites, the Taj is on the must visit list of every visitor to India. Located in Agra, the Taj Mahal is hardly a four hour drive from Delhi via the Taj Express highway.