Delhi Travel Essentials
Flights from the UK to Delhi land at the Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport, the busiest airport in India. The airport is connected to major parts of the city by DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation) buses as well as Delhi Metro’s Airport Express Line. This metro service connects Delhi International Airport to Terminal 1 (T1), New Delhi Railway Station and Connaught Place. Besides, you can book a taxi from the post paid radio taxi counter located just outside the Terminal 3. For sightseeing around the city, auto rickshaws remain one of the most common modes of transport. As far as entry requirements are concerned, British travellers need a valid visa to enter India. Also, the passport must be valid for at least 180 days at the time of visa application.