Wokings Travel welcomes globe-trotters, seekers of new experiences, and those drawn to the vibrant tapestry of Delhi, India’s eleventh-largest metropolis. With a promise of secure and tailored flight experiences to this fascinating destination, we’re here to lift your wanderlust to new heights. As you prepare to uncover Delhi’s rich history, bustling markets, and palatable cuisine, make every moment count from the get-go – and be assured that Wokings Travel has the keys to an unforgettable Indian escapade.

Flights To Dehli Guide

Landing in Delhi is witnessing a synthesis of the old and the new. From the imposing Red Fort, a stoic reminder of centuries past, to the Lotus Temple’s ethereal architecture that embraces the present, the city’s landmarks are as numerous as they are diverse. As your plane touches down at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, you’re at the doorstep of a culture brimming with colour and an electrifying ambience.

Embark on a tour of Delhi’s top attractions, where each turn leads to a new story waiting to be unravelled. From historic monuments to bustling markets and lush green escapes, these hotspots are the heartbeat of the city.

  1. The Red Fort: Discover the grandeur and rich history of the iconic Red Fort, an architectural masterpiece that stands as a testament to the luxury of the Mughal era. Explore its intricate design, captivating stories, and cultural significance that continue to awe visitors from around the world.
  2. Qutub Minar: Qutub Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi, India, is a stunning 73-meter tall brick minaret, making it the tallest of its kind in the world. Built in 1193, this architectural marvel showcases intricate carvings and inscriptions, reflecting the rich history and cultural significance of the region.
  3. India Gate: One of the most iconic landmarks in New Delhi, India Gate stands tall as a memorial to soldiers who sacrificed their lives in World War I. This majestic structure, reminiscent of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, is surrounded by lush green lawns and serves as a popular gathering place for locals and tourists alike.
  4. The Lotus Temple: Located in New Delhi, India, the Lotus Temple is a stunning architectural marvel known for its flower-like shape. This Bahá’í House of Worship welcomes people of all backgrounds to meditate and pray in its serene surroundings.
  5. Chandni Chowk: A bustling market in Old Delhi known for its vibrant atmosphere, narrow lanes filled with shops selling everything from textiles to spices, and mouth-watering street food that attracts visitors from all over. The area is steeped in history and culture.
  6. Jama Masjid: It is located in Delhi, one of the largest mosques in India. Its construction was completed in 1656 under the rule of Emperor Shah Jahan. This magnificent architectural marvel showcases a blend of Mughal and Persian styles, attracting visitors with its grandeur and historical significance.
  7. Akshardham Temple: Explore the architectural beauty and spiritual tranquillity of Akshardham Temple, a stunning Hindu temple known for its intricate carvings, peaceful surroundings, and cultural exhibitions. Immerse yourself in the rich history and cultural heritage showcased within its walls.
  8. Jantar Mantar: In the early 18th century, Maharaja Jai Singh II built a collection of architectural astronomical instruments in Jaipur, India. These precise tools observed celestial bodies, highlighting India’s rich astronomy heritage and scientific progress at the time.
  9. Dilli Haat: A lively cultural hub in Delhi, India, famous for its diverse handicrafts, traditional art, and regional cuisine. Explore Indian culture through stalls displaying textiles, pottery, jewellery, and more.

Whether you’re a budget traveller or seeking luxury, Delhi has something for everyone. The bustling streets of Old Delhi will enchant the adventurous backpacker, while the luxurious hotels in New Delhi cater to those with refined tastes. No matter your travel style, be sure to visit iconic landmarks such as the Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb, which showcase this vibrant city’s rich history and architecture.

  • Solo Sojourner: Uncover the secrets of Delhi at your own pace as a solo traveller. Dive into self-reflection at serene spiritual retreats or mingle with locals and fellow travellers in vibrant marketplaces. Your journey, tailored for introspection and independence, awaits.
  • Honeymooners: Celebrate love in the enchanting backdrop of Delhi’s historical grandeur. Find romantic escapades among quiet nooks of Mughal gardens, intimate rooftop dining with breathtaking views, and leisurely strolls through heritage sites.
  • Thrill-Seeker: For those craving adrenaline, Delhi’s outskirts present thrilling adventures. Paragliding over expansive landscapes, rock climbing on rugged terrains, and exploring wildlife sanctuaries offer the high-octane experiences you seek.
  • Family Adventurer: Engage in a fun-filled expedition with your family in Delhi. Discover educational museums, lush parks for picnics and play interactive science centres and history-laden forts that delight and inform visitors of all ages.

Here are ten activities that enhance your foray into Delhi’s atmosphere, giving you the essence of the city at every moment:

  1. Savor Street Food: The city’s palate is an array of street-side delights.
  2. Attend a Qawwali Session: Immerse yourself in Sufi devotional music at Nizamuddin Dargah.
  3. Shop Till You Drop: Experience the melee at local bazaars like Sarojini Nagar Market.
  4. Witness a Flamboyant Festival: Delhi’s festive spirit comes alive during occasions like Diwali.
  5. Take a Heritage Walk: Explore the labyrinthine streets of Old Delhi to unearth hidden gems.
  6. Sample Afternoon Chai: The city’s ubiquitous tea stalls offer a quaint respite in your day.
  7. Engage in a Rickshaw Ride: Navigate through Delhi’s bustling lanes, guided by your trusty rickshaw puller.
  8. Marvel at a Bollywood Flick: Delve into the fun and enthusiasm of Indian cinema at theatres across the city.
  9. Experience Yoga: Attend a session at one of Delhi’s serene yoga centres.
  10. Discover Galleries and Museums: Satiate your artistic inclinations at venues like the National Gallery of Modern Art.

Choose the perfect stay from our curated selection that balances comfort, location, and value.


  • The Royal Plaza: Nestled in the heart of the city, offering grandiose rooms and top-notch amenities for an indulgent experience.
  • The Imperial Hotel: A heritage hotel that exudes old-world charm paired with modern luxury, perfect for the discerning traveller.


  • The Manor Hotel: An oasis of tranquillity with elegant decor and a cosy ambience.
  • Hotel City Star: A fusion of value and comfort, this hotel is ideal for business and leisure travellers alike.


  • Smyle Inn: A warm, friendly place for budget-conscious travellers, offering clean and comfortable accommodations.
  • The Backpacker’s Hostel: An affordable choice for adventurers wanting a social atmosphere and basic, clean facilities.

Navigating Delhi’s vast expanse is a breeze with our recommended transport services. You can choose between private and shared options such as cabs, buses, and the ever-popular auto-rickshaws. 

Public Transport:

  • Delhi Metro: A fast, clean, and efficient way to traverse vast distances across the city.
  • DTC Buses: An economical and extensive network reaching every corner of the city.

Private Transport:

  • App-based Cabs: Companies like Ola and Uber make it convenient to book a ride at any time of the day.
  • Auto-Rickshaws: Ideal for short distances, these three-wheelers can navigate through Delhi’s traffic quicker than traditional cabs.

Bicycles and E-scooters:

  • Eco-friendly options such as Yulu Bikes allow you to rent bicycles and electric scooters via an app for quick trips around the city.

Whether you prefer the luxurious havens that dot the city’s landscape or the zestful streets best explored via metro and rickshaws, we’ve got you covered for an unforgettable Delhi experience.

Wokings Travel ensures that your travels within the city are just as enjoyable as your air-bound ones. Book your transfers and unlock the freedom to explore Delhi at your own pace.

The climate in Delhi ranges from hot summers to cool, dry winters. Prepare accordingly, with light cotton for summer and warm layers for winter.

  • The time in Delhi is 5 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+5:30) or 13 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Pacific Standard Time (PST).

The Indian Rupee (INR) is the currency used in Delhi. Currency exchange facilities are widely available at the airport and throughout the city.

Ensure you’re well-versed in local customs and laws to have a respectful and informed trip. Follow links to government advice on tourist laws for a hassle-free exploration: