Delhi, the capital of India, is situated in the very heart of it. It is a commercial hub, the center of governance and a popular tourist destination therefore it is well connected to the rest of India with Airways, Railways as well as roadways. Delhi or New Delhi is well connected to all the major cities of the Asia and world through airways. Nearly all the major airlines in the world ply to Delhi.
How to Reach Delhi by Airways
As mentioned, Delhi is connected to all the major cities in the world
through Airways. Regular flights are available to almost all the
European capitals and cities of prominence. Delhi is also well connected
to the rest of India with domestic flights. Delhi has two airports to
cater the needs of commuters, Indira Gandhi International Airport and
Palam Domestic Airport.
How to Reach Delhi by Railways
Delhi is connected to all the major cities of India through broad gauge
as well as meter gauge railway tracks. Direct trains are available to
Delhi from nearly all the major tourist points. Make it a point to book
tickets in advance, as there is heavy rush round the year.
How to Reach Delhi by Roadways
Being the capital city of India, Delhi is connected to the rest of
India through well-maintained, 8/6-laned expressways. Various State
transportation corporation buses ply to and from the city. The major
service providers are Himachal, Utter Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Punjab,
Haryana and Rajasthan Roadways corporations. Besides Delhi Transport
Corporation (DTC) also ply inter-state buses. Moreover DTC also has a
biweekly service to Pakistan. This bus connects Delhi with its sister