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Getting Around in Delhi

Delhi has good public transport system.

The Metro connects Connaught Place to Old Dehi as well as to Dwarka, near the airport. Metro connections to Gurgaon, Noida and South Delhi too are available and travelling by metro cuts down on travelling time as this is a good and very convenient way to beat the traffic!

The bus transportation system has a wide network and connects all parts of the city and this is of course the cheapest mode of transport. The old city area and some parts of south Delhi have cycle-rickshaws, which are used only within a restricted area.

Auto rickshaws are more convenient, though most have doctored meters and overcharge foreigners. The yellow and black-metered taxis are expensive, but more comfortable and easily hired from the numerous stands around the city. It is also possible to call for taxi services from private radio cab operators like MERU and Easy Cabs amongst many other companies.

Private chauffeur-driven cars can be rented from the travel agencies, car rental companies or your hotel. Cars are rented on a half day and full day basis and then pro-rata for extra hours / extra kilometres.


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