Best Hostels 24/7. No Booking Fee. No Hassle.
New Delhi is the enchanting Capital City of India and it's also the travel hub of northern India. The imperial city of New Delhi displays architecture of many dynasties, British Raj and of course the Modern architectures, and is the back drop to unique attractions, exquisite culture and bustling busy streets. The city is rich with architecture, gardens, monuments, Museums and galleries, but a little bit conflicted, you have to loose your preconceptions and embrace the city, some people even have a Love, Hate relationship with New Delhi.
New Delhi is a popular destination for Tourists, fun seekers and bargain hunters. The currency in New Delhi is the Indian Rupee (INR), which is divided into 100 paise (singular paisa). Hindi is the official language and is spoken by about 30 percent of the population; Urdu and 16 other languages are also spoken, although English is generally used for official and business purposes and is widely spoken.
Citizens of most countries will require a visa to visit India, it is easy to get and Indian visa from your home country, just go to the Indian High Commission and they will be more than happy to help you. Tourists are normally granted a short-term tourist visas, effective from the date of issue. Tourist visas are non-extendable and non-convertible. As well as this you must have a passport which is valid for at least six months after your visa expiry date. You should not finalise any travel arrangements to India before obtaining a visa.
New Delhi is the home to many must see sites from Connaught place the main shopping centre of New Delhi, Rajpath & India Gate with its many ornamental pools and gardens, to Bahai Temple also known as the Lotus Flower Temple due to the temple being built from white marble in the shape of a Lotus flower and the National museum that houses collections of Indian Bronzes, terracotta's and wood sculptures.
New Delhi has a wide variety of places to eat and the restaurant scene is improving fast with numerous restaurants opening every month. You can find the usual Indian restaurants dotted all over to vendor stalls offering all sorts of food ranging from deep-fried poppadums to fresh fruit, now days you have the choice of International cuisines from Italian to Thai and fast food outlets.
The best bet when looking for club or bar in New Delhi, is to head for one of the big Hotels, they all have bars and a lot have clubs too if that's not what your looking for go to one of the many lounge bars that have come up in New Delhi, they are very popular amongst the local people, the low seating and ambient music set the scene for a great evening.
New Delhi has a wide variety of accommodation from 5 star luxury Hotels to budget Hotels, Hostels, Youth Hostels and Budget accommodation. One thing you must do, is book your accommodation before you travel the easiest way is to book online to get the best deals.
Hostels247.com is made for you.