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New Delhi

New Delhi

Delhi is a thoroughly inscrutable onion of a city: every layer you peel off reveals an even deeper layer of history. Rebuilt eight times by its many conquerors, it has been the seat of the Hindu, Muslim and British Empires. All of them have left their mark in the architecture, customs, food and people of this relentless city. Now they are all undergoing a new transformation as the capital of modern India.
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The National Museum

Situated in the heart of New Delhi, the National Museum holds exhibits from throughout the whole of Indian history, including relics of the Indus Valley civilization, sculptures from the Mauryan civilization, South Indian Vijayanagar artifacts and a Buddhist gallery, representing a cultural center and a treasure of immeasurable value.

Janpath, New Delhi
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

The most outstanding Sihk house of worship in town, Gurdwara Bangla Sahib boasts stunning architectural features and a characteristic golden dome. Located near the Connaught Place in the center of New Delhi, it welcomes people of every status and faith.

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Hanuman Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Indira Gandhi International Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport is a major hub for domestic and international air travel. The domestic terminals (1A and 1B) are located 15 kilometres from the city centre and the international terminal is a further 8 kilometres out. All international visitors must have a valid visa for entry. A free shuttle bus service operates between the terminals. Metro, taxis, buses and rickshaws are available at the airport to take you into the city. The metro is the fastest and most comfortable way to reach the city centre. The first train leaves the airport 5.15am and the last at 11.15pm. The first train leaves the city at 5.35am and the last at 11.35am.

Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi

The Delhi Metro is a network running from the north to south and east to west, crossing at Connaught Place. It is by far the easiest way to get around this traffic-choked city. The Tourist Cards offer unlimited travel for one day or three days. You can also buy a normal card. Delhi also has five network railway stations to destinations around the country, the main one being New Delhi Station, a chaotic place with an international travel bureau on the first floor.

New Delhi