A city that has been repetitively emaciated and born-again, with remnants of lost kingdoms in every locality. It has so much to experience; see and capture. Being the most polluted and populated city it welcomes tourists from every part of the world. Humayuns Tomb, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Jama Maszid, India Gate and Red Fort are the names we are hearing since our childhood days. Besides visit Jantar-Mantar, Chandni Chowk, Tughlaqabad Fort, Akshardham, Hauz Khas Fort, Garden of 5 Senses, ISCKON Temple, and lot more. Your visit to New Delhi would be incomplete if you haven’t tasted Chhole-Kulchha/Bhatura, Aalu ka Paratha, Dal-Makhani, Dahi-Bade and Chaat Pakodi.
Being the capital of the country, New Delhi celebrates almost all the festivals with equal zeal and cheerfulness. Be it Holi, Diwali, Dusherra, Chhat Pooja, Ganpati Pooja, Navratri and others Delhites offer equal respect to all.
Best Time to Visit New Delhi:
The best time to plan for Delhi is from October to March when Delhi has the most pleasant weather from the year. In these months blossoms are at their flowering best but make sure you take enough woolen clothes with you because temperature is almost around 0 Degree during winter.
How to reach New Delhi:
Delhi is linked by airways, railways and roadways with all most important cities from India.
- For a comfy journey you can take a flight to New Delhi from Mumbai, Indore, Kolkata, Luknow, Jabalpur, Varanasi, Ahmedabad and any city with national and international flights.
- There are many trains available from and to New Delhi whereas the road route is quite comfortable.
- It is joined by a network of highways NH 8 and by NH2. Try to make a stay here.
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