Looking for a city that never sleeps? Book flights to Delhi and admire a treasure trove of impressive buildings, from the 73-metre-high Qutb Minar to the modern marble Lotus Temple. Or cool off in Humayun’s Tomb, the inspiration for the design of the world-famous Taj Mahal. Delhi is divided into old and new parts of the city. In the old city, cars, pedestrians, animals and rickshaws compete for space, whereas the traffic in New Delhi is much more organised. There is so much to see!
The neighbourhood of Chandni Chowk is home to the most beautiful buildings. Here you will find the golden mosque Sunehri Masjid and the striking Red Fort. One the largest mosques in India, Delhi’s Friday Mosque, also lies on the square. Thousands of people gather here to pray. An impressive sight! From here take a rickshaw to Vijay Chowk square with its lovely fountains and the presidential palace. Don’t let the manoeuvres of your rickshaw driver scare you; these skilled drivers are always able to successfully negotiate the busy traffic! Delhi is not only perfect for a city trip but also makes a great starting point for a longer holiday in India. Expect to be surprised: book a flight to Delhi now!
Yoga in the park
Have you soaked up enough culture? Treat yourself to a shopping spree in the Mega Mall. Or peruse the market at Connaught Place and taste a delicious fresh curry. Visit Gandhi Smriti to learn more about the remarkable life and peaceful struggle of Mahatma Gandhi. This is the place where he spent his final days before he was assassinated. Ready to escape the overwhelming bustle of the city? Grab your yoga mat and head to the serene Lodi Gardens. Namasté!
Flights to Delhi for an impressive holiday
Looking for a cheap flight to Delhi? With KLM, your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontinental flights: free films, games and music. Enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in India before you know it.