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Best Time to visit Delhi India

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Tourists looking forward to visit a particular place often ponder over the best time to visit Delhi. From February to March the climate of the city remains pretty good in Delhi and hence this ideal season can be called best time to travel Delhi.

Best Time to Visit Delhi

Tourists looking forward to visit a particular place often ponder over the best time to visit Delhi. And when it is a location like Delhi, the things become all the more important. Although a trip to New Delhi, the city can be made round the year as it has an excellent infrastructure but tourist should keep in mind that the city experience scorching summers and freezing winters. Even the rainy season is not good for a visit as it brings with it-submerged roads that make movement difficult on the roads. Its humid subtropical climate assures that summers could be scorching hot and long. The hot waves coming from the arid Rajasthan further worsens the heat and haze of the city.

Even the winters are not pleasant for the tourists as temperature is slightly above the freezing point. The cold waves coming from the hills of Himalayas covers the city with a blanket of fog. From February to March the climate of the city remains pretty good and hence this ideal season can be called best time to travel Delhi.

But tourists keep visiting this city irrespective of the season owing to economic, commercial, political and tourist importance of the city. The city has an excellent infrastructure and its hotels and accommodations have everything to negate the adverse effects of the weather.

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