Delhi, the Capital City of India is a city like no other. From historic buildings & monuments, spectacular parks, museums, galleries to modern buildings and attractions, the city surprises every traveller with something unique to the city.
The main airport of New Delhi is Indira Gandhi International Airport or Delhi Airport (DEL) is located about 15 km from New Delhi Railway Station.
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Bengaluru, the capital city of Karnataka, brags about being India’s most progressive and developed city. The locals here are a witness to its immense growth from being the Garden City to the Silicon Valley of India. However, the city hasn’t forgotten its roots and is still brimming with lovely parks and striking Victorian-era architecture.
Kempegowda International Airport, previously known as Bengaluru International Airport, about 40km from the city center serves Bengaluru. IndiGo now operates more than 100 daily non-stop flights between Bengaluru to all other important destinations in India and abroad.
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Mumbai, formerly Bombay, is the capital city of Maharashtra, India. It’s ironic how this city of dreams never sleeps. It is a city full of contrasts housing Asia’s biggest slums on one hand and being the financial capital of India on the other. Mumbai is also famous for Bollywood, the Indian film industry.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) is the main airport. It has two terminals - Terminal 1A and Terminal 1B. The airport is 28 km from downtown Mumbai.
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Pune, known as the cultural capital of Maharashtra is a thriving, vibrant metropolis, Pune is a holy trifecta of academia, business and spirituality. Globalisation changed the face of Pune. However, its old world charm is not overshadowed which makes it a perfect epitome of the coexistence of old and new.
Pune International Airport is the main airport, located 10km away from the city. IndiGo operates more than 150 weekly, non-stop flights between Pune and other key locations in the country.
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Ahmedabad, one of the most important cities of Gujarat, is India's first UNESCO Urban World Heritage Site. It is an epitome of a metropolitan city moving forward while embracing its colonial history. The popularity of Ahmedabad as a tourist destination owing to its beautiful temples, magnificent lakes, local handicrafts and contemporary food is ever increasing. It is the home to Sabarmati Ashram situated on the banks of the Sabarmati River, this serene ashram was built by Mahatma Gandhi after his return from South Africa.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, situated in Hansol, is the nearest airport, about 15 km (30minutes drive) from the city center. IndiGo operates 44 daily flights between Ahmedabad and other key locations.
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Amritsar is the cultural epicenter of Sikhism as it houses the breathtaking Golden Temple. This city is a delectable blend of urban landscape and the old city flavor. It is one of the most agriculturally productive city of India. Amritsar has been witness to some of the most gruesome tragedies of the country including the Jallianwallah Bagh massacre, Operation Bluestar and the Partition. On the contrary, the highlight of the city is the generous hospitality of the locals.
Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport is the nearest airport to Amritsar, about 11km (15-20minutes drive) from the city center. IndiGo now operates 49 weekly non-stop flights between Amritsar and other key locations.
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Bagdogra is a small town in West Bengal offering picturesque views of the Eastern Himalayas, which makes it a worthwhile pit stop. It is 93 km from Darjeeling, one of the most popular hill stations in India. It is full of lush green tea gardens giving the quintessential Eastern India essence.
Bagdogra Airport lies about 9km (20minutes drive) from west of Siliguri and 65km (4hours drive) from Darjeeling. IndiGo operates 55 weekly flights between Bagdogra and other key locations.
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Bhubaneswar, which translates to the Lord of the Universe, is the capital of Odisha. Formerly known as the temple city of India, Bhubaneswar is replete with a vast array of majestic temples. As portrayed by its name, the locals here are flooding with an infectious religious fervor. It is presently thriving as a commercial and business center.
Bhubaneswar Airport or Biju Patnaik International Airport, about 6km from the city center connects the city with the rest of the country. IndiGo now operates 24 daily non-stop flights between Bhubaneswar and other cities.
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Chandigarh, the joint capital of Punjab and Haryana is an Indian union territory where tradition is intertwined with modernity. The most striking feature of this vibrant city is the wide streets, boulevards, lakes and gardens. This clean city has quite a few places for nature lovers.
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Coimbatore is a cosmopolitan city in Tamil Nadu. It is situated on the banks of the Noyyal River and is surrounded by the Western Ghats. It is known as the Manchester of India due to its various industries like the textile industry, manufacturing industry, engineering goods industries and many others. The locals here lead a very simple lifestyle and do not believe in flashing their wealth.
Coimbatore airport lies about 15 km from the center of the city.
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Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand, is made up of two words ‘dera’ meaning camp and ‘dun’ meaning valley. It is believed to be one of the oldest cities in the country and is known for its charming surroundings. So, most of the times, it is used as a gateway to the hill stations around it.
Jolly Grant Airport is Dehradun’s main airport, about 20km away from the city center. IndiGo operates non-stop daily flights between Dehradun and Delhi, Bengaluru and Lucknow.
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Chennai is the capital of southern Indian state, Tamil Nadu. Chennai is a city with a multitude of dimensions to explore. Its rich, cultural heritage coupled with the modern metropolis lifestyle makes it one of the most diverse cities. Chennai is dotted with some of country’s oldest temples and also brags of a towering skyline. It is home to the world's second-longest urban beach- Marina Beach that is always brimming with people.
Chennai International Airport is the nearest airport, located about 19 km from the city downtown.
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Goa, a popular beachy destination, needs no introduction. From beaches to adventure spots, the city has churches, museums, galleries and quaint villages for you to explore. Enjoy the city’s scenic beauty by taking a boat ride or a bike tour, the city has all for you to discover.
The main airport of Goa is Dabolim Airport or Goa Aiport (GOI) which is located 29 km away from the state’s capital, Panjim.
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Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana is a baffling mix of historical architecture and swanky new commercialized buildings. The Old City has some impressive architecture to explore and many tourists never make it past here. But, the real beauty lies within the neighbourhoods of Hyderabad which are teeming with colourful markets. Hyderabad also runs in close competition for being the most hi-tech city housing the Indian headquarters of Google and Microsoft.
The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport, located 30km away from the city center. IndiGo operates more than 100 daily non-stop flights between Hyderabad and other key locations.
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Dibrugarh, a city in Assam is famously known as the Tea City of India. It gets its name from Dibru river. It has recently emerged as a communication and industrial center of the North East. The main industries in Dibrugarh include tea production, natural gas and tourism. This city shelters nature and culture like no other and is a unique retreat to unwind yourself.
Mohanbari Airport is the nearest airport at a distance of 15km from the city. IndiGo operates non-stop daily flights between Dibrugarh and Kolkata & Guwahati.
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Gorakhpur is a city in Uttar Pradesh, India, near the border with Nepal. Gorakhpur is known for its locals brimming with religious fervour as the city provided shelter to Buddhist, Hindu, Jain and Sikh saints and is aptly named after the renowned saint Gorakshanath. Gorakhpur has a magnificent past as it was the epicenter of the Indian independence movement and today it is prospering as a business centre.
Mahayogi Gorakhnath Airport or Gorakhpur Airport is located 8km away from the city. IndiGo now operates daily non-stop flights between Gorakhpur and Delhi with seamless connections to many other cities in India.
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Guwahati is the largest city of Assam and also a Northeast metropolitan. Situated on the banks of River Brahmaputra and a plethora of lakes and ponds, it has quite a few scenic views to offer which makes it a worthwhile pit stop. The ancient temples, the Brahmaputra river and Assamese cuisine are the holy trifecta of this city.
Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport or Guwahati International Airport is located 20km away from the west of the city center. IndiGo operates over 150 non-stop weekly flights between Guwahati and other vital locations.
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Udaipur is the renowned city of Rajasthan, India. Aptly called ‘The City of Lakes’, Udaipur is blessed with mesmerizing, serene lakes in abundance. It also takes pride in being tagged as the most romantic place in India and hence lures visitors all year round. It also has a plethora of breathtaking temples and wondrous architecture. Dubbed as the ‘Venice of the East’, a boat ride through the tranquil waters proves to be a wonderful experience.
The nearest airport to Udaipur is Maharana Pratap Airport, located 20 km away from the city center. IndiGo operates daily, non-stop flights between Udaipur and Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur and Chennai.
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Vadodara is cultural capital of Gujarat. The cosmopolitan glamour of the city is incomparable. The Navratri festival is celebrated grandly with great pomp and show. Vadodara is also home to many legendary monuments including one of the most lavish palaces and premier universities of India. Apart from the cultural front, it is also an industrial and commercial centre.
Vadodara Airport, also known as Civil Airport Harni is the nearest airport to the city. IndiGo operates more than 30 weekly, non-stop flights between Vadodara and Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru.
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Varanasi, is the spiritual capital of India and also one of the oldest cities. It is a place that has witnessed both life and death, salvation and sacrifices. The city is bustling with activity and chaos on the banks of the Ganges. Away from the bustle, the city is a maze of narrow lanes. The bright hues and glorious architecture of the city stays with you forever.
Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport is the nearest airport, located 18km north-west from the city. IndiGo operates more than 50 weekly flights between Varanasi and other key locations.
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Vijayawada, literally translating to 'The Place of Victory', is the business capital of Andhra Pradesh. It houses marvelous historic sites along with swathes of lush, green areas making it a palpable fusion of history and nature. It boasts of being the largest railway junction in South India. The city is also renowned for its delicious sweets and scrumptious fruits.
The international airport of Vijayawada is almost 13 km from the city in the Gannavaram region. Vijayawada is connected with all the major metros of the country with IndiGo operating daily flights from Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai and Kolkata.
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Visakhapatnam is the largest city in Andhra Pradesh, and is also one of the oldest port cities. Renowned for its beaches and natural landscapes, it makes for a perfect vacation spot for those seeking the sea breeze. It has a plethora of picturesque beaches on the coastline. The gem of South India, Visakhapatnam also has many manmade wonders from its rich past.
Visakhapatnam Airport is the nearest airport, located at 12km away from the city. IndiGo operates more than 100 weekly, non-stop flights between Visakhapatnam and other key locations in the country.
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Imphal is the capital city of Manipur, India. It is hard not to admire Imphal for its surreal natural beauty which lures visitors to explore swathes of lush green landscapes. It also has significant historical importance as it played an important role during the World War II. The temperate climate coupled with good collection of hotels and impressive monuments make it a perfect destination to unwind.
The nearest airport in Imphal is Imphal International Airport, 8km away from the city center. IndiGo operates non-stop flights between Imphal and Kolkata, Imphal and Agartala.
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Indore, most-populous city in Madhya Pradesh, India has developed at an exponential pace and has earned the title of commercial capital of India. Major industries include textiles, tile, cement, chemicals and engineering works. Traditional industries like pottery making and hand-loom weaving also coexist. But, industrialization is not the only thing this city is known for. Indore is a synthesis of a rich, cultural past, splendid architecture and frenetic markets.
Devi Ahilyabhai Holkar Airport is 8km away from the west of Indore. IndiGo operates more than 140 non-stop weekly flights between Indore and Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Chennai, Nagpur and Raipur.
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Jaipur, Rajasthan is a vibrant and enthralling city which houses several tourist attractions. Jaipur is often called the Pink City as a reflection to its distinctly coloured buildings. The modern part of the city is always buzzing but it moves forward embracing old world which narrates tales of battles and kings. The grandeur of the forts, palaces, temples and museums found in Jaipur is unparalleled and it is a paradise for handicrafts fanatics.
Located in Sanganer, Jaipur Airport is 12km away from the center of the city. IndiGo operates more than 150 flights between Jaipur and all other vital locations.
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Jammu, the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir, lies on the banks of river Tawi. Nestled against the backdrop of the snow-capped mountains, Jammu is the southernmost area in the state. It is famously known as the City of Temples for its age-old temples and Hindu shrines, some of which possess a historical significance. Jammu is the second most populous city in the state. It also shelters railroad and manufacturing industries.
The Jammu Airport, officially known as Jammu Civil Enclave is the nearest domestic airport to Jammu. IndiGo operates daily, non-stop flights between Jammu and Delhi & Srinagar.
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Kochi (Cochin) is the financial capital of Kerala, India. This town is an unlikely yet fascinating mixture of ancient mosques, Portuguese and Dutch era houses and the remains of English villages. Known as the Queen of Arabian Sea, it is an apt place for the explorer in you. Being a commercial port city, it is often marked by beehives of activity. The city is also full of palaces, beaches, temples and heritage sites.
Kochi's nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, located 20km away at Nedumbassery. IndiGo operates over 150 non-stop weekly flight to all other key locations across Indian and abroad.
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Lucknow is the capital and largest city of Uttar Pradesh. This city is so diverse which makes it an ideal destination for tourists. Kebabs, nawabs, a dash of literature and architecture sums up Lucknow. Known for its delectable food, the city has crowded bazaars and exceptional monuments. It is an epitome of a weighing scale balancing both: an admirable past and the modern city.
Situated in Amausi, Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport is the nearest airport to Lucknow. IndiGo operates more than 150 non-stop weekly flight between Lucknow and other key destinations.
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Nagpur, also known as the 'Orange City' of India is the winter capital of Maharashtra. It is geographically located at the centre of India. Other than being the supplier of juiciest oranges in the country, it also captivates visitors with its rich cultural heritage. Dotted with temples, gardens and lakes, it is a worthwhile holiday destination to peacefully relax.
Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International airport is the nearest airport, located almost 8km away from the city. IndiGo operates more than 100 weekly non-stop flights between Nagpur and Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore and Pune.
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Patna is the capital of Bihar, India. The producer of great scholars like Aryabhatt, Chanakya, Kalidas, it has a magnificent history. It has been popular among tourists due to abundance of artefacts, monuments and grand architectural heritage found in this city. It is the centre of some of the world famous movements like the Champaran Movement and Quit India Movement.
Jai Prakash Narayan International Airport is the nearest airport, located 8km away from the city. IndiGo operates more than 100 weekly, non-stop flights between Patna and other key locations in the country.
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Raipur, the capital city of Chhattisgarh, India is the industrial centre of India housing hundreds of mills. It is home to quite a few industries like steel, aluminium and coal to name a few. The city is in talks and is becoming a tourist hotspot due to the temples, lakes and the planned city, that is, Naya Raipur. Earlier, this multicultural city was a part of Madhya Pradesh.
Swami Vivekananda International Airport is 15km away from the south of Raipur, and it is the only international airport in Chattisgarh. IndiGo operates more than 100 flights between Raipur and key locations across India.
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Located on the Chotanagpur plateau, Ranchi is the capital of Jharkhand and is rich in minerals. Ranchi is underrated as a tourist spot but it has various magnificent waterfalls and lush green forests and is soon gaining popularity as a destination. Being at an altitude, it is significantly cooler than the surrounding places and some might even consider it a hill station. It is very rich in minerals and accounts for the 40 percent of the country’s total mineral reserves.
Birsa Munda Airport is the nearest airport, located 7km away from the city. IndiGo operates more than 50 non-stop weekly flights between Ranchi and other key destinations in India.
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Srinagar, the capital of Jammu and Kashmir is worth every bit of the hype about its picturesque beauty. Deemed to be paradise on earth, it is surrounded by green mountains and is full of breath-taking lakes and valleys. The climate is cool all year round making it the cherry on top for the tourists. Also known as the land of apples, the only downside to this city is the political instability and communal curfews which affects the locals and tourists regularly.
Srinagar International Airport or Sheikh-ul-Alam Airport is the main airport, located 12km away from the city. IndiGo operates more than 50 weekly flights between Srinagar and other key locations in the country.
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Surat, a city in Gujarat, India is a hub of commerce and textiles. It has a lot in store for the history fanatics who want to explore the past of the region. It also has a rich wildlife and is a haven for animal lovers. It is a rapidly growing, port city facilitating significant trade. It is also known as the Diamond City and is full of jewellery stores on every nook and corner providing a wide range of options for the shopaholics.
Surat International Airport is the nearest airport, located 20km away from the city center. IndiGo operates 52 non-stop weekly flights between Surat and Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Goa Hyderabad & Jaipur with seamless connection to other cities in India.
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Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala, India. This metropolis is a quintessential mix of colonial heritage and urban vibes. It lures visitors with its incredible scenic attractions. It not only offers natural landscapes but also has a spectrum of the new world charm to offer. The sights include magnanimous museums, intricate palaces, pleasant beaches and historical temples for all types of tourists.
Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is the nearest airport to the city, located at 5km away from the city center. IndiGo operates over 50 weekly, non-stop flights to all key locations in India.
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