The most important thing many people ask is, “How is the connectivity there?” or “How do we travel from one place to another in New Delhi?” and the answer is through “Metro”, “Bus” or “Cab”. It depends on you.
If you travel through Metro –
You will save time and will travel comfortably and at ease.
The prices are low. ( Keep yourself ready for the Delhi Metro crowd ) – Tip.
If you travel through Bus –
If you are in no hurry and want to see what’s going on outside through the windows.
Prices are slightly less than Metro.
If you travel by cab –
You will travel comfortably, and if you have luggage with you.
If you are visiting New Delhi and the Delhi food is not on your list, please make the list again. Specially Parantha’s.
Consider yourself very lucky if you are getting to taste home-made food. Don’t be sad if you are not that lucky.
There are places you can go, not just parantha’s but lots of other things also
Moolchand Parantha, Moolchand
Babu Ram Parantha, Chandni Chowk.
Hauz Khas Social, Hauz Khas Village. (Also for clubbing and amazing youth crowd) – Tip.
Check the climate before arriving in New Delhi
May – October (June, July remains very hot touching consistently 40°C)
In between summers, the monsoon throws some relief. Around August end till Sept, end.
Winters are not that cold, but still. Around November – April.
There are multiple languages spoken in New Delhi. Hindi is widely spoken but if you have learned a bit of Hindi then people find a bit of attachment who tries to show some intent.
People seem to be cute when they don’t know the language but at least tried.
Learn a bit of phrases like Nhi = No, Aap Kha se ho = Where are u from? Something like that!
5. Don’t commit yourself
Don’t commit yourself to see New Delhi in one or two-day.
Rather start like –
Visit places that are closer to your hotel on Day 1 and Day 2.
Day – 3,4,5 are to be left for places that are important to see and are far away and like that.