How To Reach Delhi

Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) is approximately 16 km from the city centre. For hassle free transportation, counters for cab services are available at the exit of each terminals. Sakha cabs, a special cabs for women passengers with female drivers, can be booked from T3 pillar no. 16.

Shuttle bus services are available in every 30 mins to navigate to central part Delhi.

Rail: New Delhi railway station (NDLS), Old Delhi railway station (DLI), Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station (NZM) and Anand Vihar Terminal railway station (ANVT) are the major railway stations in the city.

Buses, autos, and taxis are easily available and in abundance.

To avail cab services, it is recommended to go for prepaid services from the counters within the station premises.

Bus : Kashmere Gate ISBT is located in the central part of the city and buses for travelling to northern and western states.

Anand Vihar ISBT is situated on eastern border and connects the city to eastern and central states.

Road: Delhi is connected with major cities – Srinagar (800 km), Jalandhar (400 km), Chandigarh (250 km), Gwalior (400 km), Nagpur (1050 km), Hyderabad (1600 km), Bengaluru (2150 km) and Kanyakumari (2800 km) by National Highway 44.

Delhi can be reached from Jaipur (260 km), Udaipur (650 km), Ahmedabad (950 km) , Vadodara (1000 km), Mumbai (1400 km) Pune (1450 km) by National Highway 48.

Kolkata (1500 km), Patna (1100 km), Varanasi (800 km), Kanpur (500 km), Agra (230 km) is linked via National Highway 19.

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