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An immersion in a totally different culture

New Delhi is a destination that overwhelms many travelers. The capital of India is often an introduction to the country and immediately a good one. After all, the city does not have one but three UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Flights to New Delhi & Last Minutes New Delhi

Indira Gandhi International Airport, originally called Palam Airport, is the airport of New Delhi. It is also the largest in the country. The best way to travel to the city center is by car, taxi or train.

Flights to New Delhi: Air India

Air India is the national airline of India and is based in Bombay. It is part of the Star Alliance alliance and flies to more than 130 destinations worldwide. It connects India with European destinations such as the UK, Austria, Germany, France and Switzerland. It also has a low budget airline, Air India Express as a subsidiary.

Flights to New Delhi: KLM

The Dutch airline offers direct flights from Amsterdam to New Delhi. KLM is part of the Skyteam alliance, together with airlines such as Air France. Very useful when you have a connecting flight with another airline of the alliance.

Flight duration

KLM operates direct flights from Amsterdam to New Delhi on a daily basis. The flight route takes 9 hours. British Airway and Air India fly from New London to New Delhi in 8 hours and 25 minutes.

Sights New Delhi

The red Fort

This impressive fort dates from the 17th century and was the residence of the Mughil rulers until mid-19th century. The entire structure consists of red sandstone and has an area of 2 square kilometers. The entrance gate, Lahore Gate, has this name because it faces the city of Lahore in Pakistan.

Qutub Minar

This is India's largest minaret and it is rightfully on the UNESCO World Heritage List. From the top of the 70 meter high tower you get an impressive view of the surrounding area.

The Lotus temple

The Lotus temple is a striking sight in New Delhi and is considered an architectural masterpiece. It consists of white marble and has a striking roof construction that represents a lotus flower. The temple is an important place of prayer in the city and attracts many international visitors.

India Gate

India Gate is often compared to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. The stone arch commemorates the many Indian soldiers who fell during World War I. You will also find an eternal flame there.

Green and sustainable tips for New Delhi

Flying is not the most environmentally friendly way to travel, but when you travel to India, there are few other options. Make your trip somewhat sustainable by opting for local accommodation and eating places instead of the large hotel chains and fast food chains.

Weather in New Delhi, India

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