Delhi : Weather & Accessibility


International Flights

The Delhi International Airport is connected with 100 Global Destinations with 70 International Airlines.

Domestic Flights

India has a large number of Domestic Carries (low cost and full service) covering a large number of cities and towns in India.

Please visit New Delhi International Airport Website for more details.


Delhi presents a high variation between the summers and winters climates

  • Summers (April to June)
    are scorching with temperature rising max to 45 °C. Typically tourists avoid visiting Delhi during the hot months of April to June
  • Winters (December to February)
    are chilly, with temperature dropping down to maximum 1 °C. January is foggy with heavy fogs disrupting traffics.
  • Monsoons (July to September)
    are accompanied with heavy rains intermittently. The gardens in Delhi get enlivened up during the monsoons.

Places to see

  • Red Fort

    The greatest of Delhi's Mughal palace-cities, the Red Fort was built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century. This colossus citadel is built with red stone and that is how the fort got its name. The fort covers a total area of about 2.41 km and the fort is octagonal in shape.
  • Qutub Minar

    The slender 239-foot column of Qutub Minar was erected in 1199 by Qutbuddin Aibak, the first Islamic sultan of Delhi. It is in a complex of buildings that mingles Islamic and Hindu decorative styles. The Tomb of Iltutmish, built in 1235, is an impressive square red stone chamber bearing a profusion of inscriptions, geometric patterns, and arabesques.
  • Humayun's Tomb

    Akbar, Humayun's son and the greatest of India's Mughal emperors, built this awe-inspiring monument, probably between 1562 and 1571. Less flamboyant than the Taj Mahal (which it helped to inspire), Humayun's tomb, composed of earthy red sandstone and pure white marble, is nonetheless quietly impressive.
  • India Gate

    India Gate is located on the Raj Path in New Delhi and is one of the most visited destinations in Delhi. The works on India Gate were commenced by Edwin Lutyens to pay reverence to the Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting the World War I and the Afgan War.
  • Akshardham Temple

    The Akshardham temple, which opened in 2005 as a showcase for the celebration of Hindu culture, is without question one of the largest places of worship ever built. A 100-acre complex, it contains exhibition halls, boat rides, gift shops, an Imax Theater, and a massive central monument, constructed of white marble and red sandstone, that rests on a plinth of 148 stone elephants.

Activities & Things To Do

  • Sound and Light Show

    The eventful history Red Fort has been witness to is brought out as a sound and light show every evening on the ramparts of the Red Fort. For those desirous of delving into Delhi's glorious and tumultuous past, Delhi Tourism puts on a spectacular sound and light show at the Purana Qila bringing 5,000 years old history of the city come alive.
  • National Museum

    National Museum, New Delhi, today , has in its possession over 2,00,000 works of exquisite art, both of Indian and Foreign origin covering more than 5,000 years of our cultural heritage. Its rich holdings of various creative traditions and disciplines which represents a unity amidst diversity, an unmatched blend of the past with the present and strong perspective for the future, brings history to life.
  • Shop at the Dilli Haat

    Dilli Haat is a combination food plaza and craft bazaar located in the heart of Delhi and has stalls representing each state of India, giving a complete variety of tastes available all over India.
  • Dine at the Bukhara Restaurant

    Voted as one of the Worlds Best Restaurants, this North West Frontier Cuisine restaurant is housed in the ITC Maurya Hotel in New Delhi. You can watch chefs at work in the kitchen, where meat and vegetables are skewered on kebab spears.

Major Hotels

  • Taj Mansingh Hotel

    One of the most distinguished addresses in the national capital, The Taj Mahal Hotel is located in the exclusive residential area of Lutyens’ Delhi, close to the seat of government. Reflecting the heritage of Mughal Delhi, this hotel offers graceful architecture with modern facilities. The hotel is a veritable showcase of artifacts with the intricate design work of the lobby's domes and panels perfectly complimenting the calm marble fountain streams.
  • Oberoi Hotel

    The hotel reflects the capital city's spirit in a harmonious blend of tradition and contemporary sophistication. Recognised as a pioneer amongst luxury hotels in India. It is located close to the city center near business, commercial and shopping districts. This luxury hotel overlooks Delhi's prestigious Golf Club on one side and the heritage site of Humayun's Tomb on the other. Exquisite interiors, impeccable service and fine cuisine combine to make this the Capital's most graceful and elegant hotel.
  • Imperial Hotel

    The Imperial is a legend that offers a unique experience embracing facets of India's history, and stands witness to the birth of the capital city of New Delhi. The Imperial Hotel is a unique blend of old and new having successfully preserved its past aura to provide its guests with a lifetime of memories. It is a marvelous mélange of victorian, colonial and art deco styles in its interiors.
  • ITC Maurya

    ITC Maurya built over 5.5 acres, is an architectural masterpiece standing tall in the heart of India’s Capital. This luxury hotel is conceptualized as a landmark in Delhi representing the durable characteristics of Mauryan architecture in the exterior finishes as well as appropriate embellishments in the interior decor.
  • JW Marriott Hotel

    Experience unmatched luxury at JW Marriott Hotel New Delhi Aerocity. It is one of the newest luxury hotels in New Delhi,offering world-class guest rooms and 5 star amenities. Each space in the hotel accommodation features an aesthetically pleasing design, high-speed Internet access, 40-inch flat-screen TVs and exclusive concessions for a relaxing escape.
  • Taj Ambassador

    Inspired by colonial charm, this hotel’s design offers a palette of local colors, materials, and fabrics. Nearby, there is much to see and do including Lodhi Gardens and Humayan's Tomb. Conveniently, located the Ambassador Hotel is just 17 km from the domestic airport, and 22 km from the international airport.
  • Hans Plaza

    Set in the busy and recently rejuvenated central business district of New Delhi, the Hans is a modern urban sanctuary, an interesting space juxtaposed with the bustle of the metropolis that serves as a perfect foil for travelers for whom convenience is as much a priority as comfort.
  • Shervani Hotel

    Shervani New Delhi overlooking the Old Fort is a designer boutique Hotel centrally and conveniently located in the posh up-market locality of South Delhi 3 kms from main hub of New Delhi, Connaught Place and very accessible to old Delhi also. Exhibition Ground (Pragati Maidan) is walking distance from the Hotel.
  • Ramada Plaza

    This New Delhi hotel offers 419 Luxury Guest Rooms, Suites and Service Apartments catering to the varying needs, which combine warmth, exceptional service and state of the art technology, in an inviting ambience for a comfortable accommodation in Delhi. The lobby boasts of a French fresco, very tastefully done by Italian artists, giving a royal look and reminiscent of the 18th century bygone era.
  • Holiday Inn

    Stay at the Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport for convenient access to the airport, South & Central Delhi and Gurgaon industrial and financial centre of Haryana. The hotel is ideally equipped for business, leisure and transit travellers. Facilities includes a choice of 3 dining outlets, round the clock room service, complimentary internet access, contemporary rooms and a range of leisure facilities such as Spa, Fitness Centre, round the clock Travel Desk and outdoor pool.
  • Parkland Hotel

    Centrally located and opposite to the commercial hub Bhikaiji Cama Place, this 3 Star contemporary budget hotel in Delhi is the ideal option. With excellent transport links to some of the best attractions like Qutab Minar, Hauz Khas, Jantar Mantar and Shopping Centers etc, it is bound to cater to the needs of varied customers.
  • Broadway Hotel

    Hotel Broadway captures the history and ambience that makes Delhi, so uniquely Delhi. Nestling between Colonial Delhi and the Mughal Delhi, this quaint Hotel bridges, the gap of generations! Built as the Capital's first high rise modern hotel in 1956, the hotel prides itself in being 'a home away from home' for three generations of loyal guests who return to its service and warmth time and time again.
  • Comfort Inn President

    Ideally located in the heart of the city, the Comfort Inn' The President hotel is minutes from Old Delhi, the former capital of the Mughal Empire. Popular attractions like the Indian Parliament House government building and Jawharlal Nehru Stadium are minutes from this Delhi, India hotel. Indira Gandhi International Airport is 30 miles away.


  • Garden of Five Senses

    The Garden of Five senses is a great Cultural venue located near the Mehrauli Heritage area in New Delhi. The garden was inaugurated in 2003 and is built on a large expanse of land covering 20 acres. It is not just a park, it is a space with a variety of activities, inviting public interaction and exploration. The project was conceptualized to answer to the city's need for leisure space for the public, for people to socialize and unwind. Such spaces add atmosphere and life to a city and cater to all sections of the society.
  • Lodi - The Garden Restaurant

    The earthy and organic sensibility of the restaurant is emphasised by lush botanical surroundings, pebbled walkways, cane & wooden furniture and bamboo railings. The wooden floor, blend of canes, wood, leather and stone display exotic design patterns. The emphasis has been to blend additional construction, furniture, decor and other man-made intrusions into the natural environment of the restaurant space which is an extension of Lodhi Gardens itself.
  • Ballroom - The Imperial Hotel

    Probably the only authentic ballroom remaining in India with a spring floor that reduces noise levels, the Royal Ballroom evokes the splendor of Lords and Ladies bowing and courtesying, before they swirled across the floor to the strains of waltz. This is where the distinguished guests amused themselves when the Hotel was opened in 1931 and this is the room where the first grand Ball was held in the presence of Lord Willingdon.
  • Kingdom of Dreams

    The ultimate entertainment and leisure destination, sprawling across acres of land, ideally located at the apex of the golden triangle of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi, is the magnificent Kingdom of Dreams. Here, the carnival that is India is distilled into one iconic destination. This fabulous Kingdom brings to life a blend of India's art, culture, heritage, craft, cuisine and performing art...all with the technological wizardry of today.
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  • India has always been an exotic land, a vibrant fantasy for the western world.
  • The palaces, forts and havelis of the erstwhile rulers serve as the Luxury Hotels of India are a perfect blend of the royalty and modernity.
  • A distinctive dining experience, one that explores the nuances of the finest Indian and international cuisines, vintage wines, spirits, cigars, serene and soothing ambience invites you to unwind and enjoy the finer things in life.

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