While planning a vacation to any tourist destination in India, the first and foremost thing that comes to mind is how to reach there. With the capital city of Delhi, you don’t need to worry much about it as it boasts an excellent transport connectivity, especially by road. The well-paved highways connect the historical city of Delhi with its neighbouring states. One can either choose visit either by his own vehicle by driving through the National highways or can also board an interstate bus to Delhi for a less-hectic journey. Being one of the popular travel destinations of India, the capital city of Delhi operates the largest fleet of interstate buses, both government and private. These buses come in various categories that range from normal to deluxe to semi-deluxe to luxury. Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminus in Kashmiri Gate, Sarai Kale Khan Inter State Bus Terminus, Anand Vihar Bus Terminus are three major inter-state bus terminals in Delhi. Both government and private buses to Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, and Rajasthan ply from these bus terminals.
Besides, a number of buses to some popular hill stations of Himachal Pradesh like Shimla and Manali also ply from Himachal Bhawan which in Mandi House. Similarly, for Rajasthan’s popular cities like Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur, buses from Pandara Road and Dhaula Kuan also run on a regular basis. In order to operate such a large network of interstate buses, the city proffers a great connectivity through well-constructed concrete roads and national highways that ensure a smooth journey of the people. One can also enjoy a comfortable ride on his/her own vehicle via National Highway 44 to Himachal Pradesh, Yamuna Expressway and NH 19 to Uttar Pradesh, NH 44, NH 7, and NH 52 to different regions of the Punjab and NH 48, NH 248A, NH62, NH 21, and NH 58 to various regions of Rajasthan. Apart from this, you can also hire a taxi for travelling within and around the city.