travel between16 August - 30 September 2014 .
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Split into the old and new, the ancient and modern, Delhi is a clash of eras and a feast for the senses. A holiday in India's capital will shock and amaze, and with our great range of Delhi flights you could be wandering the capital city's crowded streets in no time. Read more...
Venture back in time with a visit to the Red Fort in Old Delhi and get a feel for the city's decadent past. The 17th-century red sandstone fort was once the home of the royal family and is one of Delhi's top tourist sites. Though the building's ancient objects and marble inlays are long gone, the Red Fort's imposing size is still awe-inspiring. Around the fort you can wander the bazaars and green manicured gardens or visit the museum found in the Jewel Palace. At night, head to the Red Fort to watch the spectacular light and sound show.
From the Red Fort you can walk to Jama Mazjid, India's largest mosque. The mosque was completed in 1658 and commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan, the same Emperor responsible for the Red Fort and the Taj Mahal. The mosque can hold around 25,000 people and includes 4 towers and 2 minarets made from sandstone and marble. For a small fee you can take the steep climb to the top of one of these minarets, where the view is a notable highlight.
After seeing a number of Delhi's ancient temples, enjoy a change of pace with a visit to the famous and futuristic Lotus Temple.
Flights from Australia to Delhi will disembark at Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Named after the former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) is located 16 kilometres from New Delhi and is the busiest airport in India.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Indira Gandhi International Airport . Book your Delhi Airport accommodation.
There are many airlines that offer flights to Delhi from Australia. Direct flights from Melbourne take around 12 hours. Flights from Sydney via Melbourne, Singapore or Guangzhou take between 15 and 17 hours depending on the stopover. Flights from Brisbane via Melbourne, Bangkok, Singapore or Guangzhou take between 14 and 17 hours depending on the stopover. Flights from Perth via Singapore take between 12 and 15 hours depending on the stopover.
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Delhi from Australia include:
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Sydney to Delhi Economy Airfare
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travel dates01 Aug 2014 - 31 Aug 2014.