Jul 232014

The capital city of India, New Delhi, sees thousands of leisure tourists disembarking flights here. While most book flights and travel to the city to experience the gloriously diverse and culturally enriching nation, many who book tickets to Delhi for business are often seen to spare at least a day or two for a quick tour of the « Continue Reading »

Jun 242013
Delhi Wins Lonely Planet Magazine Award

The renowned Lonely Planet has acknowledged Delhi as the finest city in India for dining. The honour is likely to promote the city’s tourism viability and could thereby push enquiries for tickets deal for India bound flights. Delhi, one of the prominent baits among travellers seeking tickets aboard India flights and overall country holiday deals, has earned the Best Destination « Continue Reading »

Nov 082012

The HOHO bus service in Delhi could be extended to new areas.  People who are booking flights to Delhi could soon find it much easier to travel around the city. The Hop-On/Hop-Off (HOHO) service currently operates in areas such as Baba Kharak Singh Marg and Janpath and is particularly useful to those who work in the region. However, Delhi Tourism wants « Continue Reading »

Oct 112012

There have been some major improvements in Delhi since the beginning of the 2010 Commonwealth Games. It has been two years since the Commonwealth Games were hosted by Delhi and officials in the city believe that much has changed for the better since then. Manish Chatrath, chairman of the Delhi Tourism and Transport Development Corporation, told the Hindustan Times that « Continue Reading »

Sep 112012

People are searching for the ghosts of Delhi’s past on a new tour. Delhi is one of the liveliest cities in the world and it seems that even the dead are keen to be a part of the action. People visiting the Indian city can now book themselves on the ghost trip around the ruins of Jami Kamali in the « Continue Reading »

Jul 042011

The city is fighting with Ahmedabad for world heritage status. More travellers could be tempted to book cheap flights to Delhi if the Indian capital’s attempt to become the first world heritage-rated city in the country proves successful. According to the Times of India, heritage organisation the India National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage has submitted an application to the « Continue Reading »

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