How to reach to the Heart of India – Delhi
Delhi, the capital of India is one of the best tour destinations, especially for foreigners. There are many popular things to see in Delhi like forts, monuments, temples and parks etc. There are also many popular eating out places and shopping markets in Delhi where one would like to go to enjoy.
If you are not aware of how to reach Delhi then we are making it easy for you. Below we have mentioned the way (By Air, Train and Road), which you could use to reach Delhi – the heart of India.
By Air –
All domestic airlines are scheduled to use the spanking new Terminal 3. Again pre-paid taxis are available at the airport, besides auto rickshaws and bus service outside. There is a free shuttle service between the domestic and international airports.
Terminal 3 Facilities
The newly constructed Terminal 3 is a two tier building. The bottom floor caters to the arrival of flights whereas the top floor serves the departure. The terminal has 168 checks-in countres, 78 aerobridges, 30 parking bays, 15 X ray screening areas, information desks, 72 immigration centres. It has numerous duty free shops and fast food outlets.
In October 2010, the Airport Express Metro is slated to start operations and this will become a very convenient way to get from the airport to the central part of the city Connaught Place.
By Rail –
The station serves mostly east and north bound trains, however it also connects some important trains to other parts of the country. The station has a tourist information centre, computerised reservation office, tea stall, and a refreshment area.
By Road –
The main bus stand is at Inter-State Bus Terminus (ISBT), close to Old Delhi railway station. All inter-state buses terminate and begin from here. The bus terminus connects Delhi with six other states such as Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. Private buses pull in at the New Delhi Railway Station near Connaught Place.
The Sarai Kale Khan Bus stand adjacent to the Hazrat Nizamuddin Station serves those bus routes headed south out of Delhi city. It caters to states such as Haryana and Rajasthan.