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Built by the English in the early 1900s, the historic New Delhi district is India's capital city and forms part of the larger territory of Delhi. This city is one of the highlights of a trip to India, and is brimming with a unique blend of sights, smells and cultures. Just book a Wotif New Delhi package to cover all your holiday needs as thoroughly as a Canberra fog covers a winter morning.
If you’re an architecture aficionado, you’re in luck, as your New Delhi accommodation will likely be surrounded by striking buildings. The Qutab Minar, Humayun's Tomb and the Red Fort all provide a fair representation of this city’s history and love of beauty. Buildings aside, it’s the people of New Delhi that often make the biggest impression. Khan Market—a sprawling collection of stores—and Dilli Haat—a market moulded in the tradition of historic Indian bazaars—are definite highlights. The most iconic, however, is Chandni Chowk market, the oldest and busiest in the city. For history lovers, there are connections to the past everywhere in New Delhi, but none as poignant as India Gate, a 42-metre memorial dedicated to the soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War. With all of these sites close to New Delhi hotels, you’ll want to plan out your itinerary well beforehand.
New Delhi is served by Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), approximately 10 km from hotels in New Delhi via tram. There are many ways to get around New Delhi, including the metro, bicycles, buses and taxis. You can also live like a local and call an auto-rickshaw, a small, three-wheeled vehicle that is one of the best ways to get around for short distances. Or, say “alvida!” to wheels and use your own two feet. However you see the city, use Wotif to get a great deal on flights to New Delhi and experience all the wonders that India has to offer.
Hotels in New Delhi start at AU$52 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.