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Your first trip to Delhi can be a shock to the senses. The traffic, with its relentless honking of horns, the bazaars and endless haggling, the exotic sights and smells that fill the streets, it's enough to take your breath away.
But once you've booked your flights to Delhi, you'll be spellbound by this unique and colourful place, an eclectic mix of the grandeur of the past and a new kind of future. The air is filled with promise. A holiday in Delhi is definitely one you’ll remember.
Have a haggle
Delhi's famous Chandni Chowk market is a magnet for bargain lovers, but families might prefer the less hectic atmosphere of Dilli Haat. To shop with the locals, head for INA market. See our blog for tips on Delhi's best free things to do.
Beautiful places of worship
Delhi is well known for its religious buildings. Jama Masjid and the new Akshardham temple are on every must-see list, but it's worth squeezing in the lotus-inspired Bahá'i House of Worship too. And don't forget all the fascinating shrines and tombs.
Walk in Gandhi's footsteps
The house that Mahatma Gandhi was staying in when he was shot is now a shrine and museum. You can pay your respects at an eternal flame, burning at the spot where he died.
Take a rest
After packing in all that the city has to offer, grab a picnic and refresh yourself in south Delhi's Lodi Gardens, with its monuments, wild birds and wide open spaces.
Weather and local info
What will the weather be like?
Before you set off, take a look at our guide to Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Visit our dedicated India visa page for useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
There are lots of ways to travel around Delhi. For information on local transport including city buses, trains and taxis, visit the Delhi Tourism website.
The currency in Delhi is the Indian Rupee (INR).
The voltage is 220-240 volts in Delhi. You'll need an adapter to use British or American plugs.