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Best Time to Visit: February to March and September to November


The best time to visit Delhi is when the weather is pleasant. The summers are marked by hot and humid climate and winters are attributed by chilly breezes. So, the spring season is left to be the only season best suited for Delhi visit. During this season the city blooms and blossoms presenting a delightful place to be in. The spring period of February to March and September to November is the perfect for a nice Delhi visit.


You will truly enjoy this capital city if you plan your trip during these months. Another added advantage of these months is that most of the festivals like Dushehra, Diwali, New Year, Christmas, Holi which are celebrated in Delhi fall in the months of September to March. During this period, you will get to experience most of the Indian culture. So, to have a real feel of being in Delhi, come during this period in enjoy being a part of these festivities.


Delhi Weather: Delhi weather is of an extreme type, with very cold winters and awfully hot summers. As far as humidity is concerned, the climate of the city is dry on an average. The only exception to this comprises of the 2-3 months of the Monsoon season, when the humidity is quite high. Read on to know about the weather of Detail in detail.

Summers: The summer season in the city stretches during the period of April to June. During this period, Delhi experiences extremely hot conditions. The maximum temperature in summers hovers somewhere around 45 Degree C.

Monsoon: Monsoon season starts from July till August and the city is blessed with lovely showers of rains that relieves the public from scorching heat. August marks end of humidity.

Winters: The winter season in Delhi starts around the month of October/November. The peak winter part is marked by Christmas to first half of January. The temperature in the winter season may dip to as low as 3 Degree C. The city often experiences some rainfall which is not welcomed really!



How to get there:


By Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport consists of both domestic and international terminals. It is very well connected to almost all the major cities of India and the World as well. Palam Airport, the domestic airport connects Delhi with almost all major cities in the country.


On Tracks: There are many railway stations in Delhi and NCR connecting it to almost every city and local area of Delhi. The three major railway stations are located in New Delhi, Old New Delhi, and Nizamuddin areas. The New Delhi Cantonment railway station caters to special luxury trains like Palace-on-Wheels, Fairy Queen, and Royal Orient Express.


By Road: Delhi is very well networked by means of highways and roads. The three major bus terminals in Delhi are the Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT) at Kashmere Gate, Sarai Kale Khan Bus Terminus and Anand Vihar Bus Terminus. Various state-managed and privately run air-conditioned, deluxe and ordinary buses and taxis are available to travel in and out of Delhi.