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Average Flying Time8 hours 51 minutes
Airline FlyingBritish Airways, Jet Airways, Air India, Emirates, Qatar Airways
Average Flying Kms6720kms
Best Time to TravelOctober to March
Time Zone UTC/GMT +5:30 hours
LanguagesHindi, Urdu, Punjabi, English
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 82.8189 INR
Modes of TransportBy metro, By local train, By bus, By taxi, By Autorickshaws, By cyclerickshaws, On foot
Why Fly to Delhi
Top 10 Places to Visit
One of the prominent national monuments in the nation, it was built in 1931 and designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. This monument commemorates the lives of 90,000 soldiers of the British Indian Army who lost their lives during the World War I.
A 17th century architectural wonder, it is one of the most photographed places in Delhi. Constructed by the well-known Mughal Emperor, the name has been derived from the extensive use of red sandstone that surrounds the wall.
One of the most chaotic and bustling marketplaces in Old Delhi, it was built during the 17th century. The interesting fact about it is the name which means moonlit square where the market was once divided by canals to reflect moonlight.
A breathtaking architectural landmark, saw the light of day in 1986. The temple, which serves as the Mother Temple of India, it has bagged numerous awards for its remarkable architecture.
Renowned to be the tallest minaret in India, it was formerly an ancient Islamic monument. Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it is made of red sandstone and marble.
The tomb of the Mughal Emperor, it is also declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The tomb was designed by a Persian architect known as Mirak Mirza Ghiyath.
Listed among one of the largest museums in the nation, it was opened to the public in 1949. The museum houses a diverse collection of art, which dates back to the pre-historic era to present.
It is an enormous park, which stretches over 20 acres. The garden is sectioned into themes for an interesting stroll. The park was designed by Pradeep Sachdeva, which took over 3 years to complete and open to the public.
Named after India’s first Prime Minister, it is one of the most fascinating tourist attractions in the city. Enjoying throngs of tourists all year around, it is a great place to learn about astronomy and space.
Renowned to be the largest mosque, it is a prominent place of worship in the city. The mosque features several relics including an antique copy of the Quran written on deerskin.