Cheapest car hire in New Delhi
7 seat minivan
*daily rates in New Delhi based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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Useful things to know about New Delhi
- The capital of India, New Delhi has a population of over 20 million
- Monsoons are common in New Delhi and the climate varies a lot throughout the year
- Formula 1 held its first race in New Delhi in 2011
- New Delhi is the 2nd biggest city in the north behind Mumbai. Bangalore is the third biggest city in India.
New Delhi Mini Guide
The capital of the Republic of India, New Delhi is known in Hindu as Punjabi. It replaced Calcutta as the capital at the beginning of the 20th century.
This is where the government of India resides and this huge city is one of the nine districts of Delhi. It was designed to be open spaced with many tree lined boulevards by a noted British architect, and it also has numerous important buildings and landmarks.
Edwin Lutyens started work in 1912 and finished it in 1931. Parts of the city are now known as Lutyens' Delhi. Air conditioned cars are a must as New Delhi is very hot and humid with the summer going from April to August and a monsoon season taking place in between. May is the hottest month in New Delhi with temperatures reaching a sweltering 39 degrees.
Popular places to see include the Gate of India, a huge memorial to the fallen soldiers of World War One. Located in the north of India, New Delhi has many modern buildings and yet was built over the site of several ancient buildings.
There is also the Akshardham Temple, the Lotus Temple and Connaught Palace. Did you know that you can also get fantastic deals on car hire at New Delhi Airport with Rhino?
Latest Update from New Delhi:
04/06/12 - From the 14th to the 16th of June it's the Sharbat Festival, one dedicated to cool colourful drinks and washed down with a good helping of music. Traditional sharbat drinks are served along with lassis and the more western drinks of cocktails and shakes. It's a great idea for a festival in the hottest part of the year.