Delhi Flights GuideDelhi is the most visited city in all of India and offers the ultimate exposure to Indian culture. The three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Delhi: Qutb Complex, Red Fort and Humayun's Tomb show off the historic architecture of the city. Delhi also hosts many festivals each year including the Republic Day festival and Diwali, the festival of lights. These festivals often hold beautiful displays for visitors to witness.
The extensive road system of Dehli connects the city to many others including Noida, Gurgaon and Faridabad. The metro system offers rapid transit to those cities as well as Ghaziabad. Rail systems and the international airport also offer transportation to other parts of the country.
Delhi is known for monsoon season, but that shouldn't stop anyone from visiting. The highest temperature of about 40 degrees occurs between April and June. The lowest temperatures drop to about 22 degrees between December and January. Monsoon season begins at the end of June and runs through the first half of September. Although the rain can be a bit of a hassle, all other times of the year are ideal for visiting Delhi. Anytime a festival is coming up are also perfect times to make the trip to witness all the excitement.
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