With an exciting array of food drink and nightlife options, abundant open spaces, shopping choices to spoil yourself with and a spectacular art and culture scene, this satellite city sure will never let you run out of things to do.
New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport about 20km away, is one of the country’s busiest airports. It has two terminals, T1 and T3. T1 receives only domestic flights, while T3 services both the domestic and international sectors. There is a free shuttle service between the two.
Gurgaon has a small railway station, but New Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station or New Delhi Railway Station are better connected options. Both have regular services between Delhi and other major Indian cities.
Operated by Haryana Roadways, the Gurgaon Bus Terminal services neighbouring states, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. Government as well as private buses commence and terminate here.
Gurgaon enjoys good connectivity with two of India’s most important cities – New Delhi and Mumbai via NH 8. The excellent Yamuna Expressway, also known as the Taj Express Highway, connects Gurgaon to Agra via New Delhi. You can also follow the Dwarka Expressway to the capital.