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Fast Fact About Delhi

Delhi IATA Code


Airport in Delhi

Indira Gandhi International Airport

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About Delhi

From the centuries-old Mughal Era’s monuments to the vibrant streets and never-sleeping nightlife, Delhi knows how to keep its visitors entertained. The tourist attractions in Delhi, which are soaked in culture, history, and traditions, and many colorful and vibrant festivals draw millions of visitors from around the globe. You are surely going to come across many intimate historical monuments as the city houses 3 World UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely- Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, and the Red Fort, showcasing rules of various dynasties including Mughals, Tuglak, and Khilji. Apart from architectural wonders, museums, temples, and bustling streets and markets, Delhi is home to one of the great rivers- Yamuna, the Supreme Court, the Parliament, and the Rashtrapati Bhawan. From shopping at Sarojini Nagar Market to lip-smacking food at Chandni Chawk and heritage sites, Delhi has no shortage of amazing tourist destinations and buzzing nightlife for the owls!

Best Time to Visit Delhi

From October to March, when the weather is at its pleasant side, is the best time to visit Delhi. Blooming flowers, cold nights and lively atmosphere make these months best to explore incredible side of Delhi.

Low Season-

The summer season from April to June brings very hot and dry temperatures, and hence the lowest tourist season in Delhi. Though the mornings remain quite hot, the nights offer calm weather for street food hunting and nightclubs.

Peak Season-

From December to March is the best time to visit Delhi when the temperature remains between 24 to 12 C. Besides the amazing atmosphere for sightseeing and outdoor activities, indulge in India’s important festivals here celebrated with great enthusiasm and reverence like Diwali, Christmas, New Year, Holi, etc.

Things to Do in Delhi

  • Explore various historic and heritage monuments like Lotus Temple, Humayun’s Tomb, Jama Masjid, and more on a Delhi Sightseeing Tour.
  • Witness the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate and pay tribute to our brave soldiers who fought in WWI and Third Anglo-Afghan War.
  • Step into the cultural, historical, and spiritual world of India at Akshardham Temple, one of the most famous sights in Delhi.
  • Witness the best artwork of Mughals in the largest mosque in India- Jama Masjid, situated in Old Delhi.
  • For shopping lovers, visit Chandni Chawk, Sarojini Nagar Market, Janpath, Tibetan Market, Dilli Haat, and Khari Baori Road- Asia’s biggest spice bazaar.
  • Capture the amazing light and sound show at the Red Fort any day of the week during the evenings in both English and Hindi language.
  • Indulge in various fun and adventure activities in Delhi such as Paintball fights, Motor Paragliding Ice Skating, Segway Rides at Janpath, etc.
  • If you’re trying rock climbing for the first time, Damdama in Gurgaon is the best place to gain experience in this thrilling activity in Delhi.
  • Like to play riddles? Visit the Escape Rooms in Hauz Khas village in Delhi and have a fun games day with your friends and family.
  • Take a walk in the Five Senses Garden, Nehru Planetarium, Lord Krishna ISKON Temple, and don’t miss the Qawali session at Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah.

Best Places to Visit in Delhi

The capital city of India, Delhi is unquestionably the most beautiful place to explore in North India. The place offers many enchanting tourist places to see in Delhi brimming with history, culture, spirituality, and lots of fun. Whether a family outing at Garden of Five Senses or learning about stars at Nehru Planetarium, Delhi never ceases to impress travelers from all around the world. So, here we have made a quick guide of the best places in Delhi to visit which you cannot afford to miss on your Delhi Itinerary trip.

India Gate
India Gate

Also known as the All India War Memorial, India Gate is one of the major tourist places to visit located along the Rajpath in New Delhi. This French-style architecture is one of the largest war memorials in India which was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and dedicated to over 80,000 Indian and British soldiers who died in the First world war and Third Anglo-Afghan War. Look closely and witness the names of about 13,300 servicemen carved on its surface. The main attraction of the sight is Amar Jawan Jyoti which has flames burning continuously and is guarded 24/7 by soldiers of the Indian Army. You cannot miss the parade on India’s Republic Day hosted every year.

Qutab Minar
Qutab Minar

Built by the first Muslim ruler of Delhi, Qutab-ud-Din Aibak in 1200 AD, Qutub Minar is a victory tower standing at a height of 73 meters from the ground. It is one of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is the second-tallest complex monument constructed with red bricks, marbles, and sandstone. The main attraction of the complex is its spiral staircase with around 380 stairs that will take you to the top of the building. Renovated and extended by various rulers, this sight attracts thousands of tourists from everywhere especially during the Qutub Festival in November-December every year.

The Red Fort
The Red Fort

Home to the Mughal families until 1857, Red Fort is another world UNESCO Heritage Site in Delhi that houses several museums inside it preserving various historic artifacts and various Mughals and Rajputs war weapons. Situated on the banks of the Yamuna River, the fort was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan who built one of the seven wonders of India- the Taj Mahal in Agra. The place is famous for hosting Independence Day every year when the country’s Prime Minister hoists the Indian Flag as it is the place where Jawaharlal Nehru declared India free from British Raj.

Jantar Mantar
Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar in Delhi is one of the five Jantar Mantar complexes that was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1724 that has 13 astronomical instruments for observing planetary movement and predicting the timings of the sun, moon, and other planets. The instruments that are held in the complex were made of broken bricks plastered with lime among which the Samrat Yantra, Jai Prakash, Ram Yantra, and Misra Yantra are the main instruments preserved carefully in the observatory. Jantar Mantar is open all days of the week from 9 in the morning to 7 in the evening with minimal entry fees.

Humayun’s Tomb
Humayun’s Tomb

Another World Heritage Site, Humayun's Tomb is among the best places to visit in Delhi if you are into historic facts and legends. Maqbar-e-Humayun was built by Haji Begum, Humayun's wife in 1570 in a Mughal architecture style with red bricks and white marbles. Besides the grave of Humayun, the tomb houses the grave of many important Mughal members including Bega Begum, Hamida Begum, Isa Khan Niyazi, Dara Shikoh, and more. The complex also houses Char Bagh Garden divided into four equal square walkways and various smaller pathways and one of the openings serves as the inlet to the River Yamuna.

Humayun's Tomb
Agrasen ki Baoli

It is one of the most-visited sights in Delhi which became more popular after the famous Bollywood Actor Amir Khan’s movie PK was shot here. Believed to have been constructed during the time of Mahabharata, this sight holds an important historic significance for locals and tourists alike. Agrasen ki Baoli is an ancient water reservoir that is famous for being haunted. This 15-meter wide and 60-meter long step well attracts many visitors from every corner of the globe that consists of about 103 descending stone steps and beautiful stone carvings on its surface. You will also come across a small mosque standing on the sandstone pillars and have intricately Buddhist-chaitya inscribed on them.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Delhi

Q. What are the major airlines operating in Delhi?
IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air Asia, Air India, Vistara, and Go First Airlines operate directly to and from Delhi with around 950 flights flying daily from many major cities like Kolkata, and Mumbai, Chennai, and Bangalore.
Q. How long is the average flight time to Delhi?
The average flight time to Delhi is approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes to 2 hours 40 minutes if booking a direct flight from main cities like Bengaluru and Mumbai.
Q. What are the cheapest months to book a flight to Delhi?
According to the reports, September to December period is the cheapest month to fly to Delhi and save big on your Delhi Tour.
Q. What is the best time to visit Delhi?
The months from October to March are considered to be the best time to visit Delhi and witness the magical surroundings filled with fun, frolic, and festivities.
Q. How can I check my flight status to Delhi?
Once you’ve confirmed your booking to Delhi with the respective airlines, it is easier to keep track of your flight. Just log into the airline’s website, fill in the details under the Flight Status tab, and get all the real-time information about your flight.
Q. How can I find the best flight deal to Delhi?
For the best minimum travel deals and discounts, book your flight tickets in advance, at least 45 to 90 days before your planned departure date with flexible dates and times. For more information, call our travel professionals at Safar Mentor and grab the lowest fare air offers today!