Car Hire at New Delhi International Airport
This information is correct as of June 2015
It is said that travelling in Delhi is always an adventure in itself. Admittedly, the city has horribly congested traffic. However, it is really a good way to get around if you're not very comfortable with wandering around on foot or having to deal with crowds.
Where to hire a car at New Delhi International Airport
The sole car hire company stationed at New Delhi International Airport is Carzonrent. It provides long- and short-term car rental solutions, providing travellers with the options of Chauffeur Drive, Self Drive & Limousine services.
What to expect when hiring a car from New Delhi International Airport
Carzonrent accepts all major credit and debit cards. It offers a large fleet of Mercedes Benz C Class, Limousine, and premium category sedans.
Driving around New Delhi International Airport
The centre of Delhi takes about an hour long of driving to reach from Delhi Airport. From the Airport, follow Terminal 1C Arrival Rd and Terminal 1 Rd/Ullan Batar Marg to Airport Rd. Stay on Airport Rd until you pass by Air Force Museum to where Airport Rd turns slightly left and becomes NH8. Continue on Sardar Patel Marg, Akbar Rd, Tilak Marg, and Vikas Marg to Street No 3 in Block S 2, Delhi's city centre.
Getting to your destination
Greater Kailash is a residential area often considered the safest place in Delhi. It is divided into two zones: Part 1 and Part 2. Part 2, or GK II, is a popular market. It features several restaurants and coffee shops, and is most notable for its abundance in sanitary shops.
The quickest way from New Delhi to Greater Kailash is to take Rajpath to Krishna Menon Marg. Drive from Sri Aurobindo Marg and Outer Ring Road to Masjid Moth.
Karol Bagh, or Qarol Bagh, is a neighbourhood in Delhi known for its shopping streets. Included in the most notable ones are Ghaffar Market, Arya Samaj Road, and Ajmal Khan Road. In addition to local establishments, there are also many western businesses here.
Drive through Raisana Road, take the 1st exit at the roundabout to Red Cross Road, then the 3rd exit at Sansad Chowk to Red Cross Road/Talkatora Rd. Go straight then take Shankar Rd then Vandemataram Marg to Abdul Aziz Rd in Blog 261. Turn right otno Abdul Aziz Rd, follow Pyare Lal Rd, and then turn right to Saraswati Marg.
Old Delhi was founded as Shahjahanabad in 1639, and was the capital during the Mughal period. Many historical attractions are located in the Chandni Chowk area and the Red Fort. Other historical spots in Old Delhi are the tomb of Razia Sultana (the only female ruler of Delhi before Indira Gandhi), the largest mosque of India, Jama Masjid, and Asia's biggest spice market, Khari Baoli.
Head west on Rajpath towards Rajya Sabha Marg, then turn left to Raisina Road. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Red Cross Road, then at Sansad Chowk, take the 4th exit onto Sansad Marg. Stay on Sansad Marg. Turn slightly left to Connaught Circus, left onto Minto Rd, then to Nai Sarak Marg in Manohar Market. Continue on Nai Sarak Marge and drive to Kinari Bazar Rd to reach old Delhi.