How to Reach North India
The North Indian region includes major states and cities like Jammu and , , Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, , , Varanasi, , etc. among which some of the states and cities boost tourism in India.
Therefore, North India is very well connected with the major cities of the world through all modes of transport that is by air, rail and road. Thus, these routes make traveling to India convenient for tourists from worldwide.
The Northern Part of India has many international and domestic airports like Indira Gandhi International Airport (New Delhi), Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (Amritsar, Punjab), Jaipur International Airport (Jaipur, Rajasthan), Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport (Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh), Lal Bahadur Shastri Airport (Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh) and many more that have access to flights from the major countries and cities of the world.
Mostly, visitors from abroad prefer to travel by air and land at Indira Gandhi International Airport of Delhi as many of the tours in India are organized via Delhi. Delhi being the capital of India is centralized during the North India tour for example the most popular Golden Triangle Tour. Besides, international flights, domestic flights from the major cities of India like , , Kanpur, Dehradoon and Kolkata also have access to this airport.
Northern India has good network of road connectivity to connect with the major and minor cities within India. These roadways are classified as National Highways, State Highways and local City Roads. Tourists from nearby cities or town can travel to the cities of North India by Car or Bus. Other modes of transport like bullock carts, tractors, three wheeler and two wheeler vehicles, auto and trucks can be seen on the roads while traveling through roadways.
The most convenient mode to traverse within the cities of North India is by rail. The railway reaches the remote countryside, linking villages & towns to big cities.