The Conference is being organised in Delhi, the National
Capital of India.The capital city of modern India has behind
it centuries of history, which has enriched its culture.
Delhi is a city of marvellous contrasts. Its past and present
mesh seamlessly to make it an exciting place to visit. The
sprawling modern metropolis of Delhi enfolds within its limits
the remains of seven earlier cities. Today the imposing forts
and tombs of these earlier times co-exist comfortably with
the elegant edifices of the British Raj and modern high-rise
buildings. Cool tree-lined avenues with their white-washed
bungalows are as much a part of the city’s charm as
the ordered chaos of the narrow lanes and busy bazaars of
the walled city.
Delhi is one of the World's best shopping centres. From handicrafts
and antiques to all modern utilities — Delhi's shopping
centres offer you everything under the sun. Delhi’s
fascinating bazaars and markets spill over with the finest
that India has to offer - handicrafts, garments, fabrics and
jewellery - making shopping a special delight.
Some of the places of interest include the Red Fort, Jama
Masjid, Purana Qila, Qutab Minar, India Gate, Presidential
Estate, Humayun’s tomb, National Gallery of Modern Art, Lodi
Gardens and the Bahai temple, among others.
Delhi is an excellent base for visiting Agra to see the
world famous Taj Mahal and the historic city of Jaipur which
are both five hours away.
To experience the colour and history of Delhi,
custom-designed sightseeing tours have been arranged. For
bookings please contact us at info@IndiaCore.com or tel- 0 98185 22517 or contact the travel
partner of the Conference- International Travel &
Tourism at email@example.com .
Delhi Weather during the spring (from mid February till the end of March) is quite enjoyable when the temperature varies between 25-degree C to 10 degree C . But the nights and the mornings are frosty. This is the best season to visit Delhi to see greenery with the historical monuments.
Arrival & Departure at Airport
All international flights arrive at Terminal 2 of the Indira
Gandhi International (IGI) Airport (19 Kms from city center).
The terminal has 24 hours currency exchange, left luggage
facility, first aid and pay phones.
If you arrive off a domestic flight (national), you will
arrive at Terminal 1 of the Indira Gandhi (Domestic) airport-
12 Kms from city center. Pre-paid taxi service is available
at fixed rates at the airport.
The Conference venue is situated 16 kilometres from the International
airport and 12 kms from the domestic airport. It takes approx.
30 minutes by car from the International Airport to reach
the venue under ideal driving conditions.
Airport reception and transfer to a designated hotel can
be arranged by the Conference Travel Partner. For details
contact International Travel & Tourism at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Currency in India is the Rupee, which comes in denomination
of 1, 2, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000. Please use authorized
moneychangers and banks to exchange currency. They will issue
a certificate of exchange, which is required at the time of
re-conversion of any unused currency.
Banks are generally open from 10 am to 3 pm from Monday through
Friday and from 10 am to 12 noon on Saturday. Most international
banks have branches in Delhi and have 24-hour ATM facility.
Insurance of Liability
The Conference organizers do not take the responsibility
for any individual, medical, traveler, personal insurance.
Participants are advised to secure their own insurance policies
A host of languages are spoken in Delhi and the rest of the
country. Hindi is the national language. English is widely
spoken except in most rural areas.
The Voltage in India is 220 volts. Should you wish to use
appliances of 110 volts, the Conference hotels may provide
adaptors on request.
The country code for India is '91' followed by the Delhi
City code '11' followed by the telephone number, e.g. 91 11
Please take good care of your personal property. The Conference
organizers and staff at the venue are not responsible for
any loss or damage to your personal property.
New Delhi is a very large city. We advise delegates to use
cars or taxis. Metered taxis (yellow and black) are available
at all hotels, the venue, from taxi stand or off street.
Metro Rail services are operational in select areas in Delhi.
Indian Standard time (IST) is GMT +5.30.
You are not compelled to tip anyone for any service rendered.
The normal tip to your waiter in a restaurant is 10% of the
All information provided is accurate to the best of our
belief at the time of including it here and is subject to
change. The Conference Organizers
are not responsible for any changes that may take place subsequent
to the inclusion of these details.