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Planning to fly to one of India’s most famous pilgrim sites with India’s top airline? Booking your Delhi to Tirupati flight with IndiGo comes with an array of benefits along with a hassle-free, on-time and comfortable flight.
IndiGo provides multiple flying options from Delhi to Tirupati with through as well as connecting flights. You can choose to book Delhi to Tirupati connecting flights via Hyderabad or Bengaluru or even book return flights.
If you are looking for the lowest airfares for your Delhi to Tirupati flights, the best time to book is about 2 months before your planned date of travel. You can also choose to make a Delhi to Tirupati round trip booking to make your tickets more economical. Or, you may do a separate booking for your Tirupati to Delhi flight as well.
If you book directly on IndiGo’s platforms such as the official website, goIndiGo.in, or the IndiGo mobile app, you get a number of benefits to make your flight bookings better. You can choose from multiple fare types and pay for the kind of travel needs specific to you. For instance, if you do not have any check-in baggage to take along, you can book for the Lite Fare and get a lower-priced ticket. For instant help with booking-related queries, the AI-powered chatbot assistant, Dottie, is available round the clock. Some of the other advantages of booking directly with IndiGo are:
When it comes to the top religious sites in India, Tirupati easily makes the list. Not only does it have a number of temples, but also forts and water bodies for an interesting trip throughout the city.
Chandragiri Fort: Built in the 11th century, the Chandragiri Fort is a favourite among heritage enthusiasts. It was run under a number of different rulers, from Yadava Rayas who built it to the Vijayanagara rulers to the kings of Mysuru.
Kapila Theertham Falls: This makes for a great photogenic spot as well as trekking hub, attracting many photography and adventure lovers alike. It is believed that bathing in its waters can absolve you of all sins.
Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park: Being the largest zoological park in Asia spread over 5,500 acres, this houses animals from across the world in an environment that imitates their natural habitat.
Govindaraja Swamy Temple: This is one of the largest temple complexes in Andhra Pradesh, with an intricate set of designs running throughout the structure.
Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple: Similar to the ISKCON temples in other cities, this temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is a commonly visited religious spot in Tirupati.
Kalyani Dam: The dam is built on the Swarnamukhi river and is a major source of water to the city of Tirupati. This gravity dam is a major source of attraction for picnics.
Regional Science Centre: Equipped with the latest technology and highest quality, this is a famous planetarium complete with a sky observation deck, galleries, parks, exhibitions and demonstrations.
Airport: Tirupati International Airport (TIR)
Whether you are looking for a tour of history, great food, shopping hubs or a thriving nightlife, the national capital of India will not disappoint you. If you are visiting Delhi for the first time, don’t miss out on the following experiences:
Heritage sites: Check out the most famous heritage spots in the city such as India Gate, Old Fort, Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar, Humayun’s Tomb and others.
India’s top official buildings: Being the national capital, Delhi houses the offices of all major governing bodies and officials such as Rashtrapati Bhavan, Prime Minister’s Office, the embassies and high commissions of international bodies. While not all of them would be accessible at all times, you can always have a glimpse of these places.
Shopping hubs: From luxury shopping to budget shopping, there is a place for kinds of shopping in Delhi. For anything from apparels to home décor and accessories, you can visit Janpath Market, Lajpat Nagar Market, Delhi Haat, Sarojini Nagar Market, Chandni Chowk and a number of different malls and shopping complexes across the city.
Food: The street food in Delhi is famous and worth the visit. From Chandni Chowk’s paranthas to Jamia’s biryani, you can go for a gastronomic tour from place to place.
Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)
How do I reach from Tirupati Airport to the city centre?
You can travel on the airport buses from Tirupati Airport to the city, or take a taxi/cab.
Do I have to collect my baggage at the connecting destination?
If your flight booking is made on a single PNR, you can choose for a through check-in. However, for bookings made on different PNRs, you need to collect your baggage after your first flight and have it checked-in for the next flight.
What all items are not allowed onboard?
Items containing acid, flammable liquids, bleach, and radioactive material, among others are strictly prohibited on IndiGo flights. For a detailed list of all banned items for hand baggage as well as checked-in baggage.
Do I need to book a separate ticket for my 1-year-old?
No. Children up to 2 years of age need not be booked on a separate seat and need to be seated on an adult’s lap.
What are the charges for rescheduling flights?
For domestic flights such as Delhi to Tirupati, rescheduling between 0-3 days costs INR 3000 or airfare charges plus fare difference (whichever is lower). The change fee depends on the time of change. For 4 days and above, the rescheduling charges are INR 2500 or airfare charges plus fare difference (whichever is lower). Again, the fee will depend upon the time of change.