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Car Hire New Delhi Airport

New Delhi Airport is a maelstrom of human life and if you’ve got to negotiate your way to the car hire desk and then try to get a hire car you’ll need to be tough. A far easier way to book your New Delhi Airport car hire is through us at Any Airport Car Hire. We’ve done all we can to take the hassle out of hiring a car, even going as far as searching the internet for the best prices so you don’t have to waste your precious time doing so. 

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So what will you get for your money when booking your New Delhi Airport car hire? As well as the lowest price available when you book, you’ll also have access to class leading customer service so at any time between your booking and the end of the rental period someone will be on hand to answer your questions or to help you with any difficulties with your car. Any Airport Car Hire also offers a comprehensive package of insurance to make sure you have complete peace of mind when behind the wheel.

New Dehli Airport Guide

New Delhi Airport is huge with over 35m passengers using it last year. Four airlines offer flights there from the UK, all from Heathrow Airport, but with Jet, Air India, BA and Virgin all plying the route, prices are competitive.

The airport is officially termed Indira Gandhi International Airport and is ten miles away from central New Delhi. You’ve only got the choice of overcrowded buses, grubby taxis or hire cars to get into the city these days as the metro line from the airport has now closed. Competition for hire cars at New Delhi Airport is fierce so you do need to book in advance.

Whilst roads are often choked with traffic in the city, a hire car is still one of the best ways of negotiating the city. First point of call should be the Red Fort. It’s a monumental building, constructed in 1648 from vivid red sandstone and you can access it only by the impressive Lahore Gate. You may be disappointed though for the building has long been stripped of its antiquities and now all that remains is the beautiful but sadly decaying building.

Of equal note is Humayun’s Tomb, similar in design to the Taj Mahal, it’s a beautifully kept building which has a very relaxing atmosphere about it. Elsewhere, take a trip to the Qutub complex which hosts what was once the world’s tallest tower at over 200 feet which was built in the 13th century.
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