India’s seat of power saw many rulers, like the Lodis, Mughals and the British, all of whom left their legacies in the form of art and architecture throughout the capital. Colourful bazaars and historic landmarks sit side by side with quiet green spaces and charming neighbourhoods in New Delhi.
New Delhi is one of the busiest airports in the country. The Indira Gandhi International Airport services both the domestic and international sectors. All international flights operate from Terminal 3, while domestic flights operate from Terminal 1 or 3 depending on the carrier.
The capital is connected to the rest of the country via a good network of trains that terminate at railway stations like New Delhi Railway Station and Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station.
Buses, both state-run and privately-owned, run from New Delhi to destinations across the north of the country. Buses also ply down NH 8 towards Mumbai.
New Delhi is connected to the rest of NCR as well as the country by National Highways. NH 8 connects it to Mumbai, while the excellent Yamuna Expressway connects it to Agra.