Delhi Tourism

December 21, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Tourism

The capital city of India, Delhi is obviously a main city of the country. It is stated as the chief city of India globally. Delhi features all the vibrant characteristics and colors of the frame to the visitors. Assortments of tourists from all across the corner come to travel Delhi all throughout the year. Delhi is a well connected city of India; travelers can reach Delhi through many ways.

Airlines, Rails and Roads all major means are the best sources of Delhi. All the prime and express trains are well connected to and from Delhi to all the foremost cities of the country. Traveling to Delhi by buses and taxis or cars are another intelligent decision that one can take. This city contains exclusive monuments and old constructions in it which is one of the favorite features of the city. Various attractive places of Delhi include Red Fort and Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple and Akshardham Temple, Mughal Garden, Doll Museum etc.

Not only is this Delhi also called shopper’s delight. Shopping in Delhi is a must gain experience. One should try Delhi local shopping markets to pick some wow things as a remembrance. Special markets like Karol bagh, Chandni Chowk, Cannaught Place, Gaffar market, Sarojini nagar Market, Lajpat Nagar Market, Palika Bazzar, are the best rated markets of Delhi. In Delhi, you can take a ride in Delhi Metro, it is considered as the chief convenience to roam around in Delhi.

The main office of Delhi Tourism’s postal address is:
18-A, D.D.A.SCO Complex, defence Colony, New Delhi, 24.

The contact details of Delhi Tourism office are 91-11-24647005, 24698431 and 24618026.
http://www.delhitourism.gov.in is the official administrative website of Delhi Tourism.
The E-mail address is tourism@delhitourism.gov.in
Toll Free Customer Care Number of Delhi Tourism is 01126119055.

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