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Delhi


Delhi, the capital of India, and for sure it is one of the most amazing cities in the country. Plenty of worthwhile destinations welcome you in open arms. Delhi has many things to experience. While traversing across the streets of Delhi, there are many things that you'll get to see. These are the lush parks in Delhi's south, its lip-smacking foods to its amalgamation of cultures, etc. In a word, the diverse array of things that Delhi comprises will astound you now and again. 

What else?

A city with a strong influence of the Mughals and British alike, you'll get goosebumps of historic nostalgia over here. The haggard spice markets, the glittering and luxurious shopping malls, and the historically prominent dwellings will all overawe you. Plus, Delhi is the first city that introduced the system of modern-day metro in the country. Once you see the monuments, you'll reminisce the history of the late 1100s in the city. Instantly after that, you'll see around you and will come back to the present day. 

Climate of Delhi

Delhi experiences extreme climatic conditions because of its long distance from the sea. That's why the winters are immensely cold here while the summers are too hot to bear. A presence of a continental type of air prevails across the city during most parts of the year. During the typical monsoon months from July-September, the atmosphere of the oceanic region gets into the entire Delhi. As a result, rain, humidity, cloudiness reaches their extremity at this time. The most favorable time to visit Delhi is between March and October.

Various means to get around in Delhi

Various means of transport can take you anywhere in Delhi. Take a quick look. 

Shared/Private Cabs: Many cab-sharing service providers or private cab operators in Delhi like OlaCabs, Uber, Zoom Car, Meru, Pay N Taxi, Quick Cabs, Savaari, Getmecab, etc. You can book any of these cabs on their official sites or from their downloadable applications. Fares are decided on a per km basis, and you will get their receipt on your mobile phone or official email ID. 

Rickshaws: These include e-rickshaws, auto-rickshaws, and that of cycle-rickshaws. These means of transport are perfect for covering shorter distances. Delhi's auto-rickshaws have electronic meters and are intended to cover longer distances, unlike e-rickshaws and cycle-rickshaws. 

DTC Buses: Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses are the most popular means of transport. You will find both AC and non-AC buses over here. You can cover short distances as well as go to the remote areas of Delhi on these buses. Plus, the fares are also surprisingly nominal than one can think. 

Delhi Metro: It is a Mass Transit System in Delhi. It is connected and serves the Satellite cities of Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Noida in the National Capital Region(NCR) of India. Delhi Metro started its operations on 24 December 2002. It is the busiest and longest metro in India with more than 280 operational stations. Delhi Metro has 11 operational lines. Delhi Metro has more than 30 lakh Riders on a daily basis. The finest and the cheapest means of transport, Delhi Metro is the fastest option to travel about the entire city. The network is comprised of AC coaches with a coach made specifically for women. The fare will vary based on the distance you'll cover. The best part is you will get these trains in Delhi every five minutes. You can use a smart card or token by paying a certain amount to the Metro officials. The minimum recharge value for the smart cards is 200 INR. Additionally, you need to pay 100 INR extra if you're purchasing a new card. 

This influx of public transport in Delhi is perfect enough to make your journey enjoyable through the entire city. 

Arrive in Delhi in various ways

There are different ways to reach the capital of India conveniently. These include the following:

Self-Drive/Road

Delhi offers feasible road connectivity. The Delhi Noida Direct Flyway, Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, National Highway 1, 2, 8, and 24 are notable highways connecting Delhi with other major cities. You can drive or hire a car to commute all the way to Delhi via any of these itineraries. 

Bus

Delhi is comprised of three main interstate bus terminals. These include the Sarai Kale Khan Bus Terminus, Maharana Pratap Interstate Bus Terminus, and Anand Vihar Bus Terminus. You can board or deboard buses and go anywhere in India. Various private bus operators provide bus-related services on this itinerary.

Things to eat in Delhi

Delhi's melting pot culture has given this city one of the most diverse culinary ambiances ever. So, once you're in Delhi, you can't afford to miss out on eating the following dishes:

  • Rabri Falooda
  • Motichoor Laddu 
  • Kulfis
  • Momos
  • Rolls
  • Nihari 
  • Biryani 
  • Chole Bhature
  • Kebabs and 
  • Butter Chicken etc. 

There is also the Parantha Gali in Delhi, where you can salivate Paranthas to satisfy your tummy. Moolchand Parantha, Chittaranjan Park Market, and Kake Di Hatti are some of the places where you can nosh these Paranthas. 

Popular Hotels in Delhi

There are many convenient hotels where you can stay during your Delhi trip in the city. Below is a bucket list of some of these hotels for you. 

  • The Metropolitan Hotel and Spa it's a 5-star hotel, its cleanliness, ambiance, the behavior of the hotel staff feel you come again and again.
  • The Grand New Delhi: The luxurious 5 Star Hotel in New Delhi always warmly welcomes you.
  • Roseate House: This 5-star hotel is located near Delhi Metro station and Indira Gandhi International Airport. 
  • The Park New Delhi: The view of this 5-star hotel worth staying.
  • Vivanta New Delhi in Dwarka: One of the best 5-star hotels in Delhi. After entering the hotels, you will be wrapped with their luxurious etiquette. 
  • Hyatt Regency Delhi: This 5star hotel is always the choice of luxury lovers.

Most of these hotels are located at the most feasible locations in Delhi. So, naturally, you won't have any hassle commuting to the nearest airport or bus terminal. 

Budget for a 7–14-day Delhi Tour

You can expect to spend around 2961 INR ($40) every day during your entire Delhi trip. Expect to pay about 758 INR ($10) and 365 INR ($4.96) on food and public transportation, respectively. So, on average, a 7-14 days trip to Delhi for two persons would cost 41451 INR and 82902 INR, respectively.

Best places to visit in Delhi

Visit these places imperatively if you've come to Delhi for the first time. 

  • Red Fort or Lal Qila is the residence of Mughal Emperors; It was made in the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah-Jahan.
  • Rashtrapati Bhavan or President's House: It is the official residence of the president in India. It is one of the most seeing places in Delhi.
  • Mughal Garden: It is the soul of the Presidential Palace. Must visiting glorious place in Delhi.
  • India Gate: It is the memorial of all Indian Wars located at Rajpath in New Delhi.
  • Chandni Chowk or Moon Light Square: It is the busiest shopping place in Delhi. You can find a variety of products at a pocket-friendly price.
  • Lodhi Garden: It is a famous garden in Delhi. Mainely it is the Tomb of Lodis.
  • Humayun's Tomb: In Indian subcontinent history, It was the first tomb garden in India.

If you wish, you can also pay a visit to Gurudwara Bangla Sahib or Swaminarayan Akshardham. Most importantly, you can't afford to miss out on visiting Qutab Minar as it's the most remarkable fort in Delhi. 

Shop around Delhi 

Satisfy your shopping spree in Delhi with these items.

  • Embroidered Handbags 
  • Indian Spice Box 
  • Madhubani Paintings
  • Kundan and Meenakari Jewelry
  • Silver Handicraft and many more 

So, pay a visit to Delhi and explore the rich heritage and gain experience. Rest assured that you'll bring home some of the most unforgettable memories for years to remember.

Delhi Metro Information
Email helpline@dmrc.org
Address Metro Bhawan, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi – 110001
Website http://www.delhimetrorail.com/
Phone No 011-23417910/11/12