"Delhi is a city which shows you two different sides of the world. One side reflects the Islamic India and other the British Raj. These two worlds can be seen in two parts of Delhi, one is 'The Old Delhi' and other is 'New Delhi'. Being the capital of India, Delhi boasts of various attractions for tourists. The city is a perfect blend of the present and past of India as here you can find the ancient heritages and historical monuments. All the attractions of this vibrant city reflect some of the most enchanting and true colours of Indian Culture. It is also a perfect place for those who want to study on various dynasties as Delhi was ruled by them in the past. With presence of the cultural beauties, Delhi is also referred as 'the Multicultural City'. To get a glace of its historical beauties, Delhi has various attractions like India Gate, Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Old Fort also known as 'Purana Qila'. The religious values and beliefs of people can be seen throughout the city as you can find number of temples, Gurudawaras and Mosques. Lotus temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Akshardham temple, Iscon temple, Gurudawara Seesh Ganj, Bangla sahib Gurudawara and Nizamuddin Dargah are some of the most renowned religious places in the city where you can go and worship Lords. The warm hospitality and vivacious nightlife will surely attract your attention and make you fall in love with this majestic city. Beside all these things, the finger-licking cuisines are also something which you love to talk about. You can book flights at very economical price only through MakeMyTrip India
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About London (LON)
The historical city of London was built from the ground up by the Romans, going on to become a cultural, financial, and entertainment hub over the years. In the present day, London is regarded as one of the world’s cultural capitals. There is a list of things to love about London, including some of the world’s most interesting architecture, fashion, and nightlife. London is a true cosmopolitan city. The city and its population are well renowned for their resilience, for withstanding plagues, fires, and wars. The spirit of the city’s inhabitants has remained strong, making it a rich, historical site and a visit to the city is a cultural experience. The city had been given a lot of names before being called London; the Anglo-Saxon names include Londonium, Ludenwic, and Ludenburg. It has been ranked as the sixth most expensive city in the world to live in; most people come here to explore the city through their travels, and vicariously live off in the city’s energetic bustle.
How to reach London
By Air – The main airport in London is the Heathrow Airport. National carriers and other airlines operate flights to London from major international cities. The following airlines operate direct flights to London: American Airlines, Air France, Air Canada, Etihad Airways, British Midland International Airways, China Southern Airlines, Air China, and Jet Airways. There are six international airports in London.
By Train – The British Rail Network connects London to other cities in the country. The city also has linkages by train to other cities in Europe, such as Paris, Brussels, Berlin, and Amsterdam. The Eurostar Service connects London to Paris and Brussels, its terminus and operational point being the St. Pancras International Station, the exteriors of which was portrayed as the station in the Harry Potter series where Harry and his schoolmates board the train to Hogwarts.
By Road – One can drive to London by crossing international borders from anywhere in Europe. The English Channel can be crossed via the Euro Tunnel, which connects France to the UK with an underwater train link. Even cars and buses can get on board the train. It takes 35 minutes to go across the channel. Internally, all cities in the UK are well connected to London through a series of highways. The roads make up for beautiful, picturesque views of the English countryside.
What to do in London
London is a city that is rich in culture, history, and heritage. According to statistics, about 16 million people visited London in 2014, making it the most-visited city in the world.
London has something to offer to everyone. There is easy connectivity to other cities in Europe as well as within the UK. The Euro Tunnel is one of its kinds, and should be a must-do on your list of places to visit. If you’re a budget traveller, you may also go about London by means of the efficient train system in the city, the Underground. Here are the top things, among many, to see in London:
Shoreditch: Trapeze Bar
BFI (The British Film Institute)
Thames (on a Cruise)
Brick Lane, London Street art
The National Gallery on Trafalgar square
Platform 9 ¾, King’s Cross, London
Natural History Museum, London
The Buckingham Palace
The Waterloo Bridge
Major Airports in and near London
There are six main airports in London: London City, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Southend, and London Stansted. Among these, Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted are the busier ones, with more than 100 airlines from the Heathrow Airport alone, operating flight to London and from the city. London houses a few of the world’s busiest airports and hence has air-rail links to them by means of express trains, the Heathrow Express, Stansted Express, and Gatwick Express. All international flights to London land here.
MakeMyTrip offers a wide range of flights to London, over 900 flights to London on a daily basis from all over the world. From India, flights operate from cities like Udaipur, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and New Delhi. One can easily use the MakeMyTrip website to book a flight to London or from London, with the major airport being a hub to domestic and international airlines. MakeMyTrip flights to London can be availed at highly discounted rates during festivals and off seasons.
About Royal Jordanian
Royal Jordanian Airlines is the flag carrier of Jordan with head office situated in Amman, Jordan. It offers scheduled international air services for four continents from the main hub Queen Alia International Airport. It is a member of Arab Air Carriers Organization and Oneworld; a global airline alliance. It has won the “Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation” award for "Airline Turnaround of the Year 2006" on 9 November 2006. 500 flights are operated by it on weekly basis and at least 110 flights on daily basis. About 60 destinations in 40 countries are covered by it in all over Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.
This airline was established in 1963 but started to operate from 15 December 1963 after a royal decree by the late King Hussein. It was named after King Hussein's eldest child, Princess Alia bint Al Hussein of Jordan.
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