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Located 16 km from the New Delhi city centre is the Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Also known as Delhi Airport, it is the primary international airport for the city of Delhi. It is also the busiest airport in India by passenger traffic and cargo.
The airport has three terminals, two operational, and one inactive. Transit to and from the airport is by metro, taxi, bus or car rental.
The city, which is a massive metropolitan area, shares borders with the states of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Delhi is home to the neighbourhood of Old Delhi, which dates back to the 1600s. In this location, visitors will find landmarks which include the massive Jama Masjid mosque, and the Mughal-era Red Fort, a symbol of India.
Delhi, the heart of India, is divided into two main parts. New Delhi or Nayi Dilli, and Old Delhi or Purani Dilli. This gives the city many different aspects with much to see and do. A city that is home to three UNESCO World Heritage sites, Delhi is a city of culture and religious diversity.
There is no lack of interesting things to do here from the city’s many beautiful gardens, to famous historical monuments, bars, bazaars, cafes, interesting foods and many other fun locations. This is one unique destination that has a lot to offer.
The Lotus Temple
Made of pure marble from top to bottom, the entire complex of the Lotus Temple is an architectural beauty. Shaped after the flower of the same name, which is a universal symbol of peace, the temple maintains a strict code of silence.
Taking photographs is restricted in the inner sanctum of the temple, which is open to all casts and creeds. Also known as the place of Baha’i faith, the Lotus Temple is an ideal location for prayer and meditation.
There are a ton of must haves food wise if you find yourself in the capital city of the Catalan community most Spanish cuisine date hundreds, sometimes even thousands of years.
You could try the ultimate food fiesta that is the calçot, a type of sweet green onion eaten with wild street barbecues and delicious romesco sauce. You must have also heard about the paella, a rice and seafood dish that a trip to Barcelona would be incomplete without.
For dessert, be sure to try the crema Catalana, a type of creme brûlée that you are sure to fall in love with. Down your meal with a glass of sparkling Catalan Cava, and you’ll be glad that you did.