Delhi, The capital of India has become the capital of its collective ambition. It is the third largest city in the world. Delhi is the central stage of all political activities and all the political fortunes are made here. It has some beautiful forts which have some amazing stories linked to it. Delhi has alluring charm and unique diverse culture to be proud of. So here are some things to know about Delhi tourism. 

About Delhi Tourism

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1. How To Reach Delhi ?

There are various ways to reach Delhi; you can reach there by air, bus and train. If you are going by Air then Indira Gandhi Airport is 22 kilometers away for the city centre. From the airport you can get a regular DTC bus, Taxi, Auto or Metro. If you are going by bus then the main bus station in Delhi are the Interstate Bus Terminals, located at Kashmiri gate, Anand vihar, and Sarai Kale Khan. And lastly, if you are going by train then there are five major stations.

2. Best Time To Visit Delhi

The best time to visit Delhi is from October to March when the weather of Delhi is unbeatable. This is the best period to visit when the flowers are blooming best and the weather is enjoyable. This is the best time to fall in love with Delhi.

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3. TYPICAL COSTS

ACCOMMODATION

There are many hotels in Delhi with cheap accommodation choices. Most hotels in Delhi offer pick-up facility from airport. You can get accommodation in Delhi at very reasonable price. There are hotel which starts from 700rs per day. It is suggested that make your bookings in advance as it will save your time. There are many guest houses as well so you can even opt for them.

AVERAGE FOOD COST IN DELHI

Delhi is popular for its street food and it has a rich heritage of delicious foods. There are many popular places to eat and have many food stalls. Chandni Chowk is recommended for street food Delhi is also an ultimate hub for regional and Punjabi cuisines. It has a wide range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. You can satisfy your hunger easily by spending 30rs to 200rs.

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TRANSPORTATION

The local transpiration is the lifeline of Delhi and mostly half of the population depends on that. The modes of transportation are metro trains, local trains, buses, taxies and cabs. The minimal cost starts from 20rs.

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4. Places To Visit In Delhi

  • Swaminarayan Akshardham
  • Qutub Minar
  • Lodi Garden
  • India gate
  • ISKCON Temple
  • Mughal Garden
  • Birla Mandir
  • Red Fort

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Author

Hey, this is Pankti, a zealous traveler and an enthusiastic entrepreneur who happens to love solo traveling and business is something that always triggers new life into me. Now my passion and interest have led to turn my profession, creating a business of my own- Crazy Wanderer that deals both in travel and lifestyle as well as digital marketing.

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