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State of India - Delhi
QUICK FACTS Climate (Degree C.): Summer- Max: 35, Min: 22 Winter - Max: 26, Min: 10 | Best Season: October - March | Languages Spoken: Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and English | Capital: Delhi

Your first experience in Delhi can easily be compared to squeezing a slice of lemon directly onto your tongue. You may tingle, wink or just say enough for now!! But it will definitely get your attention. If you love the climate and the people in Delhi, you will find reasons of coming back to the capital of India. If alone, you can easily get lost in the crowd and the tourist hustle bustle.

One of the most fascinating aspects of Delhi is the "visibility" of its historic past. Were it not for the demands of urbanization, large portions of the city could well be earmarked as archaeological parks. This is because the rulers of successive dynasties between the 13th and the 17th centuries established seven cities in different parts of Delhi. A chronological review of these cities fortunately also serves as a suitable itinerary for tourists and highlights the important monuments amongst the 1300 officially listed.

Narrating the city's Mughal past, Old Delhi, takes you through the narrow lanes of Chandani Chawk, passing through formidable mosques of Jama Masjid, just opposite to it lays the famous monument of Red fort. The imperial city of New Delhi highlights the monumental structures of India Gate, President House representing the colonial style of architecture. It has retained its traditional appeal amidst the modern vibrancy. Besides its monumental heritage, Delhi is also a shopper's paradise and has most exciting nightlife in its disco-thecae, restaurants, and cinema halls.

The city is a travel hub of entire India. Delhi is India's main point of arrival for overseas visitors, and the major transport hub for destinations in the states of Rajasthan, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh as well as Central and North India. Today it offers tourists beyond their expectations, to both business travellers and vacationers. With more than 20 five-star hotels the place is fast emerging one of the most sought after business destinations in the world. These hotels are equipped with the best banqueting services including hosting large business sessions, conferences and other parties.

How to Reach:
By Air: All the major National and International Air Lines have their flights operating from Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport.

By Rail: The Indian Railway with their modern and organised network connects Delhi to all major and minor destinations in India. There are three important Railway Stations in Delhi namely New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Railway Station and Hazarat Nizamuddin Railway Station

By Road: Delhi is well connected by road to all major destinations in North India. Agra-203 kms, Almora-373 kms, Jaipur- 258 kms, Khajuraho-596 kms, Kullu-502 kms, Mathura-147 kms, Mussourie- 269 kms, Nainital-318 kms, Shimla -343 kms, Shrinagar-376 kms, Udaipur-663 kms.