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Flights to Delhi operate from London, Manchester and Belfast with a range of other options from most regional airports such as Birmingham and Newcastle. Most flights include a stop-over, the location of which is dependent on which airline you choose. A flight to Delhi takes just over 10 hours and the route is covered by a number of scheduled operators such as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Swiss, KLM, Qatar, Air France, Air India, Jet AirWays and Finn Air to name a few. With such competition it shouldn't be hard to find cheap flights to Delhi

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Holidays to India need not be as expensive as you think, particularly if you discover cheap flights to Delhi, the capital of the country.

Here at Travelup, we have a wide range of cheap flights to Delhi available that depart from a number of airports across the UK. Some of the cities from which we offer cheap flights to Delhi include London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

Our cheap flights to Delhi search option allows you to select from a choice of airlines so you can find the right one for your budget. Some of the airlines with which you can take cheap flights to Delhi are KLM, Lufthansa, Emirates, Air France and Qatar Airways.

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What's in store after stepping off cheap flights to Delhi?

Once you have paid for your cheap flights to Delhi you can start to plan all the activities you would like to do in the capital of India.

With a population of several million, the city has plenty of sights and sounds to take in. Such a large population requires a lot of food and you can spend hours browsing the local markets and food stalls, sampling some of the cuisine which the country is famous for.

On holidays to Delhi you will find that the city is split into Old Delhi and New Delhi. New Delhi has spacious avenues lined with trees and it is here you will find the beautiful buildings of the government and the India Gate war memorial.

On holidays to Delhi you will find that the city is split into Old Delhi and New Delhi. New Delhi has spacious avenues lined with trees and it is here you will find the beautiful buildings of the government and the India Gate war memorial.

Old Delhi is packed with narrow lanes, mosques and havelis, which you will frequently come across on cheap holidays to Delhi.

You won't even have to wait long after your cheap flights to Delhi have landed at the Indira Gandhi International Airport before you can discover India's capital.

There is an express metro service which runs every 20 minutes, as well as plenty of taxis. You might even decide to use the car rental services of Travelup so you can hop into the comfort of your own vehicle after cheap flights to Delhi.

One attraction you may not want to miss is the Taj Mahal in Agra, which is easily accessible from Delhi. It was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. As you relax on your cheap flights to Delhi, visiting the monument - one of the Seven Wonders of the World - could be one of the things you are looking forward to the most on your holidays to Delhi.

Agra is also home to the Red Fort, a Unesco World Heritage Site and located close to the Taj Mahal.

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Traditional dhow race celebrates silver jubilee

Published on: 13 April 2015
Traditional dhow race celebrates silver jubilee

There are few sights more spectacular than that of 100 or so traditional dhows taking to the water all at once and this can be seen in Dubai next month.

Anyone holidaying in the emirate on May 23rd should make sure they attend the Al Gaffal Traditional 60-foot Dhow Race.

This annual event is now in its 25th year and was originally envisaged in order to celebrate the stunning boats that once were a common site in the trading port.

Pearl divers would set out from Dubai aboard dhows to seek the precious treasure at sea during a time when the emirate was still finding its feet.

These days, plenty of visitors to Dubai come draped in pearls and other expensive items, but the race honours the old traditions.

More than 100 dhows will be seen from near the Burj Al Arab Hotel in what has become an iconic setting.

It is free to watch the boats from the shore, with their polished hulls and crisp sails, although those wishing to get a closer look can hop aboard one of the Dubai ferries that will be following the flotilla.

Due to the intense heat of Dubai, the boats will set off early from Sir Bu Na'ir Island at 5.35am, passing Moon Island, before making their way to the finish line at the Burj Al Arab.

Moon Island, 50 nautical miles off the coast, is a symbolic place to have the checkpoint, as this is where the pearl divers used to stop before returning home after months at sea.

Their occupation was dangerous, as they were free divers, using no breathing equipment to swim down and find the pearls.

A whole culture was created, with special words for different parts of the boat and traditional songs.

Al Gaffal, which means The Return was created as an annual race to honour this life, which has all but disappeared.

The event makes for a wonderful day out for the family and could be combined with a trip to the famous seven-star hotel for afternoon tea or a drink.


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