My Need help?
Call to book 0871 277 1070 13 pence/min+the caller’s Access Charge Privacy policy

Information about flights to Delhi

Cheap flights Delhi

Visit Delhi and prepare to be overwhelmed. This ancient city, which has been conquered and rebuilt many times since it was founded, is rich in history, monuments and a heady mix of cultures. Home to 17 million people, it boasts fabulous cuisine that is now popular throughout the world. Shop for great handicraft bargains at some of the city's bazaars. Take a class in Bollywood, Bhangra and belly dancing, see some big hitting at a T20 cricket match, or revel in some of the city's nightlife.


Any visit to Delhi is going to want to take in the Red Fort, Delhi's most famous monument, which was built by the Mughal emperors in the 17th century to repel invaders. It's the subject of a sound and light show of its history every night. Another treasure of old India is Jama Masjid, India's largest mosque which was built in the 17th century. Its southern tower offers stunning views over the city. You'll probably experience déjà vu when you visit Humayun's Tomb which houses the body of the second Mughal emperor because it provided the inspiration for the Taj Mahal.

Escape from the hubbub and head to Lodi Gardens. This vast complex was built by the British in 1936 around the tombs of 15th and 16th-century rulers. Two other sights definitely not to be missed include India Gate, a towering 42-metre high monument to the 70,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the British in World War I, best visited at night when it's illuminated. Another far more ancient attraction is the medieval Indo-Islamic Qutab Minar, the tallest minaret in the world which is covered with intricate carvings and verses from the Koran. Its purpose is unclear.

Arts and culture

Two museums well worth catching are the National Museum, which showcases Indian history from ancient civilisations on, and the National Gallery of Modern Art which has more than 14,000 paintings by Indian painters from the 19th century in a converted palace. Other museums include one to India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and to Mahatma Gandhi. And come nightfall, check out the Kingdom of Dreams, an entertainment complex with shows, exhibitions and gadgetry celebrating Indian art and culture

Eating and drinking

Delhi gave the world a delicious form of cuisine that includes the kebab, biryani and tandoori, among others. In recent years street food has developed rapidly but some caution is advised. As well as Mughal cuisine, a variety of international cuisines are also popular. Try the ersatz roadside eatery of Dhaba at the Art Nouveau Claridges Hotel or the thali at the Chor Bizarre at the Hotel Broadway.


No visit would be complete without some shopping. Try Chandhi Chowk, Delhi's most famous shopping strip, Hauz Khas Village, an arty enclave packed with boutiques, or Kamala for crafts.


Head to Urban Pind for nightly DJ beats, Attic for free classical concerts, films and cultural talks, or upmarket Q'BA which has a roof terrace.

Flexible on when you visit?

Flights to Delhi in July

01/07/19 - 07/07/19 08/07/19 - 14/07/19 15/07/19 - 21/07/19
Manchester - Delhi
from £440
13h ago
from £528
2d ago
from £625
1d ago
London - Delhi
from £528
14h ago
from £487
2d ago
from £527
3d ago
Edinburgh - Delhi
from £574
5d ago
from £603
10d ago
from £506
1d ago
Birmingham - Delhi
from £600
5d ago
from £581
2d ago
from £637
4d ago
Aberdeen - Delhi
from £628
7d ago
from £674
7d ago
from £690
1d ago
Glasgow - Delhi
from £648
4d ago
from £558
4d ago
from £499
8d ago
Belfast - Delhi
from £653
3d ago
from £765
2d ago
from £769
5d ago

Flights to Delhi for next weekend

05/07/19 - 07/07/19 12/07/19 - 14/07/19 19/07/19 - 21/07/19
Birmingham - Delhi
from £658
4d ago
from £613
11d ago
from £738
6d ago
London - Delhi
from £660
1d ago
from £633
7d ago
from £596
14h ago

Cheap flights from United Kingdom cities to Delhi

Cheap flights from outside of United Kingdom to Delhi

Cost of living in Delhi

Food and drinks Prices average
Beer (0.5 litre) £1.00
Coffee £1.00
Meal at McDonald's £3.00
Transportation Prices average
Monthly pass £11.00
Taxi starting price (normal tariff) £1.00
Clothing Prices average
1 summer dress in a chain store (Zara, H&M,...) £30.00
1 pair of jeans (Levi's 501 or similar) £28.00
Salaries Prices average
Average monthly disposable salary (net) £417.00