Connaught Place, Central Delhi , Delhi,110001
The airport makes Delhi one of the most well connected cities in India, with over 35 international and 30 domestic carriers serving it. Terminal I is for domestic and Terminal II is for international flights. An hourly shuttle connects the two.
The Domestic Airport in Delhi is a part of the Indira Gandhi International Airport and has 3 terminals, which cater to domestic flights across the country.
Located in central Delhi, the station is one of the largest in India. It holds the record of having the largest route interlock system in the world. Built in red sandstone, the station is serviced by two entrances - at Pharganj and Ajmeri Gate.
The first railway station in Delhi, it is an important facet of the citys history. Located in Chandni Chowk, its classic architecture showcases its age. The station has a tourist information centre. The Kashmiri Gate bus terminus is nearby.
Officially called Rajeev Chowk, this is a central business district of. With its obvious Victorian architecture, it is planned as a big circle in the middle with various radial roads spreading out in all directions.
The India Gate was built in 1921 to commemorate Indian soldiers who died in the First World War. Located on Rajpath, the Amar Jawan Jyoti - flame of the immortal warrior - burns under it, marking the tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Pragati Maidan is a huge exhibition complex, located centrally at the juncture of the Mathura Road and Ring Road. Thousands of people visit the venue every year for the famous International Trade Fare. The venue houses exhibition halls and dining outlets.
ISBT at Kashmere Gate is in North Delhi, and is easily approachable by Metro, or bus. Government as well as private buses operate from here. Buses arrive and depart all day and night, and you can be sure to find one in the direction you are headed.