Delhi also known as Dilli, is the National Capital Territory of India. Home to innumerable dynasties since antiquity, it evokes a magical sense of history and culture. Encapsulating within itself an aesthetic aura, Delhi has a rich heritage and culture. Hub of multinational companies and the seat of political movement, this city harbors a large working population hailing from all across the country. Dotted with monuments, Delhi is cosmopolitan and traditional, blending the two faces of India enigmatically.
How To Get Here
Indira Gandhi International Airport, located to the southwest of the city serves both as the domestic, as well as the international gateway of Delhi. Transport ranging from buses to cabs, auto rickshaws, and metros makes the city well connected and highly accessible.
Being the center of Northern Railways, Delhi has four rail heads—New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Nizamuddin Railway Station, Anand Vihar Railway Terminal, and Sarai Rohilla. These rail heads provide smooth connectivity to all cities across India.
Being a metropolitan city, Delhi has a speedy transit metro system run by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). Metro being a safe, reliable, feasible, and rapid means of transport helps access all destinations easily.
With one of the highest road densities, Delhi provides an equally efficient mode of road transport. Buses run by Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), ply in and out providing accessibility to any destination inside the city as well as to cities across India.