How to Reach Delhi
Delhi boasts excellent connectivity both domestic and international. The city flaunts an award-winning airport; three large railway stations and few smaller ones along with three interstate bus terminals making the accessibility in Delhi extremely easy and convenient.
Indira Gandhi International Airport offers brilliant connectivity, both, domestic and international. The airport is situated in Palam has three operational terminals with Terminal 3 being the host for international tourists.
There are three major railway stations in Delhi: Old Delhi Railway Station, New Delhi Railway Station, and Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station. The newely constructed Anand Vihar Railway station also offers good connectivity with several cities and towns of India. Apart from this, the city has three more railway stations: Sarai Rohilla Railway Station, Shahdara Junction Railway station, Delhi Cantonment Railway Station, which also connects the city with many destinations in India.
Delhi is brilliantly connected by road with a large number of cities and towns of the country. The city has three interstate bus terminals: Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminus, Kashmiri Gate; Vir Haqiqat Rai Inter-State Bus Terminus, Sarai Kale Khan; and Swami Vivekanand Inter State Bus Terminus, Anand Vihar. Delhi is well-connected with a number of National Highways: Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway on National Highway 48; Delhi Noida Direct Flyway; National Highway 1; National Highway 2; National Highway 8; National Highway 10; and National Highway 24.