|Travel in Delhi|
How to Reach Delhi
To reach Delhi is the most convenient and the easiest thing to do. Here one can travel through all the mediums of transport. Whether you like to travel via airways or roadways, all options are available in abundance.
Travel to Delhi by Air
All the major National and International Airlines provides the best and the convenient services. These major airlines have their frequent flight services operating from capital city’s Indira Gandhi International Airport and from its Palam Domestic Airport as well. One can also take a pre-paid taxi or a bus option that will drop you to the main city center. Cars can also a perfect option be hired at cost-effective prices.
Travel to Delhi by Rail
The most extensive network of the whole Indian Railways links New Delhi to several major and the regional cities of the country. Delhi has its three most important Railway Stations such as Old Delhi Railway Station, New Delhi Railway Station and the oldest Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station.
How to reach Delhi by Road
Delhi is also well-linked to the major destinations in North India by hassle-free roads and highways. The Inter State Bus Terminus is situated at Kashmiri Gate, Sarai Kale-Khan and at Anand Vihar as well. Delhi State Transport Corporation and Delhi Tourism gives frequent service via several options such as Air Conditioned, Deluxe and of course the economic option including Ordinary Coaches to major cities of the neighboring states such as Haryana, Uttranchal, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh.
And for the local transport in the capital city, Delhi Transport Corporation buses, luxurious private buses, auto rickshaws, taxi options, radio cabs which are available in Delhi. Delhi Metro railway line is the heartbeat of Delhites and is a convenient and efficient mode of transport linking all major places within the capital city.
Best time to visit
Delhi’s climate is generally very much predictable with the chilly weather from the month of December to January. One can travel Delhi any time but if you can avoid visiting in summers then it’s a good decision. The mercury level elevates to a great extent from the month of April to July. These are the months at which peak summer is on high level in Delhi. So, you must visit Delhi during the month of February and March.