New Delhi being the capital of the nation is well-connected to all major cities and towns across the globe through its international airport. The Indira Gandhi International Airport witnesses a huge number of flights operating to and from the city through its domestic and international airlines.
Getting to Delhi form other parts of the country via rail is convenient as well. The capital’s railway system operates through its three main railway stations namely those of Old Delhi Railway Station, New Delhi Railway Station and Hazrat Nizammuddin Railway Station.
Metros: The Metro system is exceptional in its service proffering convenient and fast means of transport for the locals and tourists.
Buses: The bus service in New Delhi that operates under the Ex-Servicemen’s Air Link Transport Service and those under the Delhi Transport Corporation connect the various parts of the capital city. Show More
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Visitors to India mush obtain a visa from an Indian diplomatic mission unless they are from a country which has visa-free travel provision to India. India offers visa-free entry to the citizens of Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives (for 90 days). Travelers having an Overseas Citizens of India document or a Person of Indian Origin Card are also exempted from obtaining Indian visa.
The Indian government, in order to give a massive boost to the tourism industry of the country, has introduced pol...