Delhi is both a union region within India, as well as city, and specs two very different worlds: Old Delhi and New Delhi. One of the most famous regions in the planet, Delhi is a heady mix of modernity and tradition, vital as both a religious center and India's busiest international gateway. Here are some of the best attractions of Delhi:
The charming Red Fort was built by Shah Jahan in 1648 and served as the seat of Mughal power until 1857. This amazing structure, with its tall, red sandstone walls covers a place of more than 2 square kilometers, the entirely of which is crescent shaped and bordered by a moat. This wonderful main entrance, the Lahore Gate, is so named as it faces towards Lahore in Pakistan, while the even grander Delhi Gate was used by the ruler for ceremonial processions.
Completed in the twelve century, the charming Qutub Minar-India tallest minaret and now a UNESCO World Heritage place attracts many worldwide visitors eager to climb to the top for its wonderful views of the surrounding area.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
Delhi's most vital Sikh place of worship, the eighteen century Gurdwara Bangla Sahib is close to Connaught Place and is well value a visit. Highlights contain its wonderful pool, the Sarovar, at the heart of this big complex, as well as its popular gold dome and flagpole.
The distance of Delhi flights from Dubai is 2,182 kilometers.
The common Dubai to Delhi flight time is three hours and twenty-five minutes.
There are seventy-six Dubai to Delhi direct flights.
Emirates offers 36 percent of the non-stop flights between Delhi and Dubai.
Cheap airlines for Dubai to Delhi are FlyDubai, Air Indian Express and Air Arabia.
There are 105 flights per week from Dubai to New Delhi.
There are seven airlines who fly Dubai to Delhi flights.
• Your flight from Dubai to Delhi will take about three hours and 45 minutes.
• Pick from up to 7 flights every week from Dubai to Delhi.