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NAG Airport Address
Sonegaon, Nagpur, Maharashtra 440005, Nagpur
Contact Number:-   0712 280 7000
DEL Airport Address
Indira Gandhi International Airport
Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, Delhi 110037, Delhi
Contact Number:-  0124 337 6000
“The orange city”
Nagpur is the winter capital of central Indian state of Maharashtra. Commonly known for its juicy oranges & lush greenery being the distinction of being the dead geographical centre of India. It’s an important gateway to several reserves and parks including Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve and Pench National Park. On your tour to Nagpur you must visit orange orchards. Summer is the best time to taste the city’s famous oranges.
Nice to know - Nagpur connects many Tiger Reserves in India and hence is named the tiger capital of India. Maharashtra holds the 3rd highest place with population of Tigers.
Things to do
Best time to visit - Winter from October to February is pleasant for sightseeing.
Welcome to the capital of India – Delhi the city which has a rustic charm. Explore the Mughal architecture of the spectacular Jama Masjid or visit the other famous monument like the Red fort, Humayun’s Tomb or even the Lalbagh Fort. New Delhi is an administrative district of the city, designed by architect Edwin Lutyens in the days of the British Raj. Grand buildings such as the Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate war memorial came after Delhi was crowned capital of India by the British in 1911. Shopping at Connaught place or the best experience at Chandni Chowk for an authentic Delhi. Indulge in variety of food to your platter. Delhi has much more to explore book your next flight on FareHawker best assured airfare across all online portal.
Nice to Know - The Old Town (Old Delhi) was founded in 1639 as Shahjahanabad; the British moved India’s capital from Kolkata to Delhi (New Delhi) in 1911.
Things to Do
Best time to visit - October to March when the weather is at its best. During this period flowers are at their blooming and weather is enjoyable.