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Flights to Delhi (DEL) from India
We are offering fantastic deals on flights to Delhi (DEL). Delhi is the capital of India and the largest city of the country. Moreover, it is a centre of Indian culture. It boasts 1200 heritage buildings and 175 monuments. Why should you go elsewhere when there is so much to see in India? Delhi has been a centre of trade for a long time. The markets of the Old City offer everything ranging from local food to fine jewellery. You can pay your respects to Indian soldiers at the India Gate or visit Humayun's Tomb, the original inspiration for the Taj Mahal. More recent structures include the Lotus Temple, a truly beautiful piece of architecture. Absolute must-sees for visitors are the Red Fort and the Qutub complex. You should also visit interesting museums of Delhi, such as: the National Museum, the International Doll’s Museum or the National Railway Museum. Book your flights to Delhi (DEL) with Lufthansa today and get great fares on visiting this important centre of India's past and present.
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Delhi - India's colorful capital
Visit Delhi, the capital of India and the pearl of Rajastan. Delhi is an extreme busy and beautiful metropolis. Delhi (a combination of New Delhi and Old Delhi) has captivating ancient monuments, magnificent museums, a vivacious performing-arts scene and some of the Indian subcontinent’s yummiest places to eat. It is a city with a splendid architecture where you can trace back the British colonial influences. Main sites in Delhi are the massive Jama Masjid mosjk where 25000 people can enter, the Qtub Minar complex and the Purana Qila fortress. In the South of the Red Fort, on the banks of the Yamuna River, you will find a black marbled platform, the Raj Ghat, that marks the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated after his assassination in 1948. Visiting India and Delhi would not be complete if you have not seen the famous Taj Mahal and the ""pink city"" of Jaipur which are located close to Delhi. Book your flight now and fly to Delhi with Lufthansa!