Discover the colourful chaos that is Delhi
Want to visit a city that never sleeps? Book a flight to Delhi and be immersed in the Indian capital’s chaos. Hop on a rickshaw, sample the tasty street food that can be found everywhere and admire the architecture. From the 73-metre tall Qutab Minar to the contemporary marble Lotus Temple, there are so many things worth seeing in Delhi!
A rickshaw ride
Delhi is divided into New and Old Delhi. In Old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk district you’ll find magnificent buildings, such as the golden mosque Sunehri Masjid and the striking Red Fort. One of India’s largest mosques, Delhi’s Friday Mosque, is located at Chandni Chowk square. Thousands of people gather here to pray: an impressive sight. Continue by rickshaw to Vijay Chowk square with its beautiful fountains and the presidential palace. The world-famous Taj Mahal, the ultimate Indian icon, is only a few hours from the city. Delhi is the ideal destination for city trips and a perfect starting point for a longer vacation in India. Treat yourself: book a flight to Delhi now!Book a flight to Delhi
Yoga in the park
Shops aplenty in Delhi. Have a shopping spree in the gigantic Pacific Mall, or go to the market in Connaught Place and savour a delicious fresh curry. Or learn more about Mahatma Gandhi’s remarkable life and nonviolent resistance in Gandhi Smriti. This is where he spent his last days before he was assassinated. Visit the serene Lodi Gardens if you want to escape the city’s overwhelming bustle, and don’t forget to bring your yoga mat along. Namasté!
Flights to Delhi for a unique holiday
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Raj Ghat is the final resting place of Indian politician Mahatma Gandhi, one of the most respected leaders of all times. On 31 January 1948, Gandhi was cremated on the bank of the holy Yamuna River and his ashes buried. Shortly afterwards a monument was built here which is open to visitors.