Delhi is a city that offers much to see and do throughout the year. From the numerous museums educating the visitor of the country’s history through various artifacts to monuments standing tall in the middle of the metropolis as the testimony of the different phases in history, from the heritage laden old part of the city to the administrative pocket of the town in Lutyens Delhi in a matter of minutes, Delhi ensures the traveler doesn’t have a dull moment. The history and its essence cannot be captured by mere words but has to be witnessed firsthand.
Delhi’s markets are up to trend, economic and are typically one-stop and are connected seamlessly by the ever-increasing network of the Delhi Metro, which is extremely traveler friendly.
The temperature in Delhi is known for its extreme temperatures on both the cold sides and the warm sides. The temperatures in the summer can go up to 40 degrees Celsius or more, and in winter, it can drop down to 5-6 degrees Celsius. The summer in Delhi starts in April and ends after July. The winter months are December and January and the first half of February.
Best Time to visit
The Best Time to visit Delhi between February and March and between September and November. The temperatures in these respective durations are not extreme and are pleasant. Another additional advantage of these months is that most of the festivals celebrated with full vigor in New Delhi fall from September to March. For example, Dussehra falls in October, Diwali in October/November, Christmas in December, Lohri in January, and Holi in March. During this duration, one will be able to have much more as well as truly experience the culture of the capital city of India. Although one should note, due to environmental factors, after the Hindu festivals of Dusshera and Diwali, when firecrackers are burst in celebration, the city develops a thick layer of smog and the Air Quality of the city dips. Precautions need to be taken for this on priority.
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