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New Delhi the capital of India is among the most happening capitals in the world which is a cosmopolitan, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural city with a rich cultural heritage. This pulsating metropolis has everything from historical monuments of Old Delhi to colonial-era buildings of New Delhi, from rickshaw pullers to modern metro service, from religious temples, mosques to glitzy malls, from polluted crowded and intense lanes to modern and most sophisticated sites which all make it a melting pot of multi-cultural diversity and rich cultural heritage. So make a plan and book your flight tickets to Delhi a city that has been repeatedly ravaged and reborn. Search and compare cheap flights from London to Delhi with Flight Office.
Delhi features two very different worlds, New Delhi and Old Delhi both of which has its own charm and charisma that attract visitors from all corners of the world to this bustling and vibrant city. There are so many things to do places to visit and enjoy that you surely feel that one visit to this magnificent city is not enough. Visit the most famous monument of the city the Red Fort which stands as a powerful reminder of the Mughal era that had ruled the city and decked with some of the stunning creations. Completed in 12th century, the beautiful Qutub Minar was India’s tallest minaret that attracts visitors to climb its top to enjoy the breathtaking views of the surroundings. Jama Masjid is another center of attraction of Old Delhi is one of the largest mosques in India. If you are in Old Delhi, you just can’t afford to miss a visit to Chandni Chowk which is chaotic, crumbling, congested and a shocking contrast to orderly lanes of New Delhi is one of the oldest and biggest markets in India.
Visit the recently made massive temple complex of Akshardham Temple which is quite famous for its astonishing architecture, sprawling gardens, sculptures and boat rides. Do visit Gurudwara Bangla Saheb which is the most important Sikh place of worship and is among the major attractions of the city as well. The magnificent Bahai House of Worship, the Lotus Temple is among the architectural masterpieces of the city. A visit to India Gate is a real treat which is a memorial to Indian soldiers killed in WWI. Visit the Gandhi Smriti and Mahatma Gandhi Memorial which is a tribute to the father of nation and a testament to his legacy. Enjoy a visit to Haus Khas village which is a fascinating urban village with numerous ancient monuments. If you are in Delhi you just can’t miss its delicious street food and amazing shopping options at Sarojini Nagar Market, Lajpat Nagar, Janpath, INA Market are few among them where you can buy latest trends. So hurry! Book your flights to Delhi now and enjoy a fabulous holiday trip.
One can easily get flights from London to Delhi as several airlines such as Turkish Airlines, Jet Airways, Air India, British India, Virgin Atlantic and Emirates, Etihad, Lufthansa and Jet Airways etc are few among them. There are 119 nonstop flights from London to New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport averaging 17 per day. Air Canada, American Airlines and British Airways are the most frequent flyers. From London to New Delhi Tuesday is the cheapest day while Sunday is the most expensive one.
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