Getting to Delhi

Located in Northern India, Delhi is said to be one of the oldest cities in the world. With 22 million inhabitants, it is India’s capital and a hub of the country’s politics, culture and commercial activity.

Delhi is easily reachable from all major countries of the World and to domestic travellers from anywhere in India.

There are many options that one can avail from to reach Delhi.

You can reach Delhi by:

Air:

Indira Gandhi International Airport is the eight largest airport in the world. The airport is the major domestic air hub of the region and is also connected to all the major cities of the world. More information from http://www.newdelhiairport.in

Rail:

Delhi is the headquarters of the Northern Railway and is a very well connected railhead with all major cities and towns in India. The main railway stations are New Delhi, Delhi Junction (Old Delhi), Hazrat Nizamuddin and Sarai Rohilla.

Road:

Delhi is connected by good motorable roads to all major places in India.

Delhi is:

  • 203 km from Agra
  • 447 km from Amritsar
  • 238 km from Chandigarh
  • 217 km from Haridwar
  • 258 km from Jaipur
  • 343 km from Shimla
  • 502 km from Kullu.