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Why Fly to Delhi?
India's capital is one of the country's busiest flight gateways, but it is more than a low-cost flight hub. It is a vibrant metropolis where visitors will encounter a dynamic mixture of the old and the new. Absorb the city's cultural side at its evocative monuments, museums and bazaars; choose from a staggering array of cuisines at its restaurants and food stalls; or shop for handicrafts at its emporiums and markets.
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Flying to Delhi from the UK
It is possible to get cheap flight deals from several UK airports to Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport. London Heathrow has direct flights to Delhi which take approximately nine hours. Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Bristol, Birmingham and Cardiff international airports offer one-stop services to Delhi.
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Which Airlines Fly to Delhi?
Jet Airways, British Airways and Virgin all fly to Delhi direct from London Heathrow. Although non-direct flights typically take longer than direct flights, they can be significantly cheaper. If you are looking for a cheap flight, this may be your best bet. Gulf Air offers one-stop flights from Heathrow to Delhi via Bahrain, while Emirates stop in Dubai, Swiss stop in Zurich and Austrian Airlines go via Vienna. Several airlines including Jet and Emirates offer a one-stop service from Manchester, while Glasgow is also well served by airlines including British Airways, KLM and Jet. If you are travelling from Cardiff International Airport, KLM offers a one-stop service to Delhi via Amsterdam.
Mini Travel Guide to Delhi
Once you have secured the best Delhi flight deal, you can concentrate on planning your trip. First-time visitors should not miss the 17th-century Red Fort with its fiery sandstone walls. Also in Old Delhi, not far from the fort is the Jama Masjid, India's biggest mosque. Another fascinating stop on any tour of Delhi is Humayun's Tomb. The Taj Mahal in Agra was modelled on this 16th-century monument with its formal gardens and Persian domes. The Craft Museum in New Delhi is one of the largest in India India's. On display is a substantial collection including tribal and rural crafts, textiles and paintings. Visitors can also watch demonstrations of how some of these items are made. If you are looking to buy handicrafts such as jewellery, pottery, textiles and carpets you can head to the city's fixed-price emporiums. Alternatively, try your hand at haggling in Delhi's markets and shopping complexes. For further information, visit the Delhi Tourist Office.