Delhi is also known as the National Capital Territory (NCT) and an administrative hub of India. The capital city is dotted by some of the major commercial sites as well as tourist attractions that draw a host of tourists from all over the world. It enjoys good connectivity with the cities across India and the world, thanks to its network of roadways, railways, and airways. Tourists who have a trip to the capital on their cards and are wondering how to reach Delhi have the necessary information in the account below:
Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI Airport) is well-connected with the national as well as international destinations. It is connected with all the major cities of the world and has regular flights to all the domestic cities. International flights ply from terminal 3 (T3) and most of the domestic flights operate from terminal 1D (T1). Situated at 22 km from the city centre, IGI Airport is regarded as one of the largest airports in the country and is well-equipped with world-class facilities like duty-free shops, eateries, coffee shops, premium lounges, and cyber cafes.
Delhi is the headquarter of Northern Railways and is regarded as the major railway junction of India. The national capital is well-connected to the major cities as well as small towns via a wide network of railways. The New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS), the Old Delhi Railway Station (DLI), Nizamuddin Railway Station (NZM), Anand Vihar Railway Station (ANVT) and Sarai Rohilla Railway Station (DEE) are the major railheads of the city. Metro line is also connected to these railway stations with the neighbouring destinations of Delhi like Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, and Ghaziabad.
Delhi is connected by a strong network of national and state highways to all the major cities of the country. There are three major bus stands in Delhi namely Inter-State Bus Terminus at Kashmiri Gate, Sarai Kale Khan Bus Terminus, and Anand Vihar Bus Terminus. Both AC and non-AC buses are available from these bus stands. Government as well as private buses, frequently ply from these bus stands to major towns and cities. One can also drive or hire a taxi to reach here from nearby cities/towns. Some of the major highways, which pass through Delhi are NH 1, NH 2, NH 8, NH24, and NH 58.