How To Get There ?

Delhi is the commercial hub of the country, the center of governance and a popular tourist destination therefore it is well connected not only to the rest of India but also with all the major cities of Asia and the World. It’s well connected air, rail and road network makes it easy for the overseas traveler to reach Delhi. Nearly all the major airlines in the world ply to Delhi. So, reaching Delhi is not a big problem with so many options available.

 

 

 

By Airways: -

As mentioned, Delhi is connected to all major cities in the world through Airways. Regular flights are available to almost all parts of the globe. Delhi is also well connected to the rest of India with domestic flights. Delhi has two airports to cater the needs of commuters, Indira Gandhi International Airport and Palam Domestic Airport. Almost all the major airlines have their flights operating from Indira Gandhi International Airport of New Delhi.

 

By Railways: -

The Indian Railway with their modern and organized network connects Delhi to all major and minor destinations in India. The city has three major railway stations at New Delhi, Old Delhi, and Hazrat Nizamuddin station. Direct trains are available to Delhi from nearly all the major tourist points. Make it a point to book tickets in advance, as there is heavy rush round the year. For a memorable ride, Luxury trains like the Palace-on-Wheels, Fairy Queen, and Royal Orient Express can be taken from New Delhi Cantonment railway station.

 

By Roadways: -

Being the capital city of India, Delhi is connected to the rest of India through well-maintained network of expressways and roads. The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has three Inter State Bus Terminuses (ISBT), at Kashmiri Gate, Sarai Kale Khan and Anand Vihar from where regular Govt. as well as Pvt. Operators provide Bus services. Besides, there are several other starting points in and around the city, from which various state-managed and privately run transport facilities like air-conditioned, deluxe and ordinary coaches operate.

 

Various State transportation corporation buses ply to and from the city. The major service providers are Himachal, Utter Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan Roadways corporations. Besides Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) also ply inter-state buses. Moreover DTC also has a biweekly service to Pakistan connecting Delhi with its sister city Lahore.