How to Reach Delhi


  • By air:  Indira Gandhi International Airport is located on the west part of the city where all the flights coming to and from Delhi lands here. This airport is said to be one of the best airports in the world. From the airport, metros, taxis and buses are available to reach the center of the city.
  • By car: Online car services are available in India that can take you to Delhi from any other city.
  • By bus: People who are coming from Kathmandu and Chitwa in Nepal can take bus to reach Delhi.
  • By train: If you are coming by train, you need to get down either at Delhi Junction, New Delhi, Hazrat Nizamuddin station or Anand Vihar Terminal,  according to your destination in the city. Both Delhi Junction and New Delhi station are well connected by Metro Line2.


  • By metro: This is the most convenient mode of the transport in Delhi. The Delhi Metro network is fast, inexpensive and is spread all over the city. Some of the important metro lines are - Red Line: Dilshad Garden – Rithala; Yellow Line: Jahangirpuri - HUDA City Centre, Gurgaon; Blue Line: Dwarka Sector 21 - Vaishali/ - Noida City Centre; Green Line: Inderlok – Mundka; Violet Line: ITO - Badarpur Border; Airport Express: New Delhi Railway Station - Airport – Dwarka
  • By local train: Local trains are also available for communication within Delhi.
  • By bus: Government run DTC buses and private run cluster buses are there in all parts of Delhi.
  • Hop on Hop Off: Hop on Hop Off (HOHO) buses are provided by Delhi Tourism that can take you to the popular tourist sights in the city.
  • By taxis: Private taxis are available for traveling around the city
  • By auto rickshaws: Auto rickshaws(or tuk tuk) run on meters are available for shorter trip.
  • By cycle rickshaws: Three wheeled cycle rickshaws are there
  • On foot: You can walk around the city to explore its tourist sights.