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The capital of India is the design of renowned British architects from the beginning of the 20th century. Located in the centre of a bustling, metropolitan area, it has an enormous population of almost 30 million people. New Delhi is a multicultural city, famous for joyful festivals and heaps of popular sightseeing attractions.

This lively destination is full of museums, art galleries as well as beautiful memorials. New Delhi also offers gorgeous gardens, and blossoming parks, so there is a little something for everyone.

Visit the Mahatma Gandhi monument, art galleries, or join one of the festivals, no matter what your preference is, rest assured that you will love this city.

To find the best cheap airfares from Sydney (SYD) to New Delhi (DEL) you can use Webjet’s airfare finder. Webjet is here to help you start your Sydney to New Delhi adventure in the easiest possible way, without hassle.


Things to see in New Delhi

Humayun’s Tomb

Known as the most famous mausoleum in India, Humayun’s Tomb is officially recognised as a World Heritage Site. This breathtaking wonder of architecture was made using a blend of Persian and Mughal architecture styles. Almost 500 years old, the Humayun’s Tomb is a relic of ancient times when Emperor Humayun used to rule the lands. Another interesting fact is that the style of this tomb directly inspired the Taj Mahal.

Qutub Minar

What better way to start your Sydney to New Delhi trip than to visit the tallest brick minaret on the planet. Another World Heritage Site, the Qutub Minar was built in the 1300s, and has a gigantic height of 73m. What sets this location apart is the unique architecture style, with multi-coloured bricks, and intricate carving patterns.


The Akshardham is a unique mix of architectural features, and is among the biggest Hindu Temples on the planet. The temple’s decoration is also what makes it unique, as it has 9 domes of various sizes, with the tallest one standing at over 40m tall. Make your way to the interior, from the main gate, and gaze at the delicate marble carvings, decorations, as well as mystical Hindu exhibits.

When is the best time to book flights from Sydney (SYD) to New Delhi (DEL)?

While there is no bad time to book return flights to New Delhi (DEL) from Sydney (SYD), the recommended time of the year to visit is from October to the month of March. With pleasant temperatures and countless special festivals, which occur during this time, your Sydney to New Delhi adventure is sure to be a memorable one.

During the summer, the temperatures rise to high levels, and the air might be especially humid, so people who suffer from meteoropathy, or weather-related-pain, might look to avoid this. If the summer doesn’t present a problem for you, you can use this time to avoid tourists and high prices.


Cheap airfares from Sydney (SYD) to New Delhi (DEL)

With New Delhi being one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Webjet is here to help you find flights from Sydney (SYD) to New Delhi (DEL) in no time. Around 50 return flights to New Delhi (DEL) from Sydney (SYD) are available each day, so make sure to book yours!

Departing from Sydney Airport (SYD)

Situated near the CBD, Sydney Airport is a mere 8km away from the city centre. Serving as the busiest airport in the country, transportation to the Kingsford Smith (SYD) will not be an issue. With nearly 50 different airlines providing a wide range of travel options, finding an airfare from Sydney to just about anywhere won’t be a problem.

Getting to Sydney Airport (SYD)

For the utmost comfort, prior to taking one of the cheap airfares from Sydney (SYD) to New Delhi (DEL), you may opt to use a taxi, or Uber service in order to get to the airport. This trip will take about 15 minutes in good traffic conditions. As this is a slightly more expensive option, coming in at around AUD 45, travellers looking to spare their wallet can choose any of the other options. The Airport Link train, for example, will only cost you around AUD 15 and will get you to Sydney Airport in no time.



Which International Terminal will flights from Sydney (SYD) to New Delhi (DEL) depart from?

Flights from Sydney to New Delhi, including return flights to New Delhi (DEL) from Sydney (SYD), will leave from the international T1 terminal at the Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD).


Arriving at the New Delhi airport (DEL)

The Indira Gandhi International Airport DEL is among the busiest airports in Asia. The airport is also highly developed, having won the Best Airport of Central Asia award at the Skytrax World Airport Awards. New Delhi Airport (DEL) is home to many airlines like Air India, IndiGo and AirAsia India.


Getting to your hotel from Indira Gandhi International Airport DEL

Finding transportation from the New Delhi airport to your hotel will be an easy task. Indira Gandhi International Airport DEL offers plenty of transportation options including a Metro Express, taxi operators and various buses. 

For the most affordable option go for the latter. The buses are equipped with AC and are fairly frequent, going every half an hour or so.

The Metro Express is even quicker, and the price is also shockingly low, as most fares won’t even cost you AUD 1. If, however, you decide to go for a taxi ride, to avoid scams, make sure to only choose one of the 3 official taxi services, Meru, Mega, and Easy Cabs. This service shouldn’t cost you more than AUD 5.

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