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Extreme seasons are experienced in Delhi due its subtropical climate. The best time to visit Delhi is from February to March and from September to early December. During summers (April to June) the mercury may rises upto 47 °C while in winters (November to early March) it can dip upto 1°C. Delhi experiences Monsoons from June end to August, with high humidi

How To Reach

By Road:

There are many bus terminals in Delhi, among which the ISBT terminal at Kashmere Gate in north Delhi is the main one. It operates services to all major destinations in north India. Besides, many bus travel agencies are located in old Delhi near the Red Fort. The world class Delhi Metro for internal add to the charm of travelling in Delhi as the destinations have got shrunk considerably and the travelers can save ample time.

By Air:

IGI international, South Asia’s biggest airport is located in the southwest area of Delhi. It connects almost all international destinations. Terminal ID and IC connect Delhi with all the major Indian cities.

By Rail:

India has a giant railway network and Delhi is one of the most important junctions. There are two main railways stations in Delhi: Old and New that have trains to all parts of the country. The old Delhi station, located near Chandni Chowk has 18 stations while the New Delhi situated between Paharganj and Ajmeri gate has 16 stations. Both stations are well connected by the Delhi metro


Many say that only two cities in the world have been able to treasure its historical heritage to the optimum: Delhi and Rome. Delhi is not only famous as India’s capital but additionally due to the fact that it maintains its cosmopolitan nature undisturbed since years. The culture of Delhi is amazingly rich and magnetic.


Within its cosmopolitan design, Delhi offers many things to do and experience. Delhi holds an important place in the chronicles of India. About 1200 buildings and 175 monuments in Delhi is recognized as national heritage sites by the Archeological Survey of India. Should anything more to be told about the past glory of this previous seat of great empires?


The architectural beauty of Delhi, especially the Mughal style is well reflected in the forts, palaces, mosques and museums. In addition to the historical wealth and art galleries of Delhi, one can also let hairs up in its glowing night life. There are many discotheques, pubs and lounges that you would love. Besides enjoyment, one can put an intellectual hat and do a host of creative activities like documentary film making, photography etc in the legendary streets and forts of Delhi.


The interiors of Delhi like Chandni Chowk and the bustling markets of Paharganj have many interesting chronicles to reveal which had inspired many writers. Rich in diverse cultures, Delhi witnesses many cultural activities round the year.


Taking cognizance of the high level of tourism that Delhi witnesses, the Government of Delhi has framed a separate Ministry to look into the matters of interests for tourists. This ensures that travelers will be treated with all comforts in the city. Well maintained roads and greenery all around makes Delhi more appealing.


Delhi is the second most populous city in India and eighth in the world. But nothing affects the enthusiasm of tourists. A mammoth rush of tourists across the globe can be witnessed here right throughout the year.