Find cheap flights to Delhi (DEL) with Budgetair Australia
The hustle and bustle of the cosmopolitan Delhi and the great prices from BudgetAir are definitely a marriage made in heaven. If you have always dreamed of a trip to India, but thought that it was out of your price range, then now is the time to think again. Cheap flights to Delhi are just a small part of the BudgetAir range, but an important one that can make your dreams come true.
Things to do in Delhi
This beautiful city of contrasts in India offers something for everyone. The Street Life Walking Tour of Delhi, organised by The Salaam Baalak Trust for the homeless and orphaned, offers an inspiring and humbling insight into the life of the poor of the city. Or, if you are a sports fan, then the Feroz Shah Kotla Cricket Ground will throw you into the buzz of the nation's favourite sport.
The Delhi Dance Academy offers two hour workshops that teach you everything from Bollywood to Bhangra, if dancing is your passion. Subsequently, if it is history that you are interested in, then the National Museum will satisfy all of your historical needs.
From the peace and serenity of the Lodi Gardens, to the glorious delights of the Sarvana Bhavan Vegetarian Eatery, you'll find everything to get a real taste of Indian culture.
Events in Delhi
One of the annual festivals that you should look out for is the Pongal festival, which lasts four days from January 13th until the 16th. The festival’s date is based on the solar calendar, which is why it never changes it’s date. In smaller villages inside Dehli, you can best experience this festival. Another unique event that you can experience is the annual Mango Festival, where growers from all over India gather to show their personal growing accomplishments.
The average temperature in Delhi is around 27 degrees in the summer and 5 degrees in the winter time.
The currency in Delhi is the Rupee. 1 Australian Dollar is about 50 Rupees.
- Time difference:
Australia is 5 hours and 30 minutes ahead of India.
In Delhi, people speak both Hindi as well as English.
The Indira Gandhi International Airport serves as the primary civilian aviation hub for the region of Delhi, India. The Airport is situated in Palam, and was named after Indira Gandhi, a former prime minister of India. Approximately 80 airlines serve this airport. The airport holds three terminals as of now, terminal 1 which is used by low cost carriers, terminal 2 which is only used for special operations and terminal 3 which is used for international flights.