- Unnecessary travelling and vehicle movement has been restricted in the national capital, there are exceptions as well.
- Essential activities, including the sale and supply of food items, groceries, medicines, etc., are allowed in the lockdown.
- There are no restrictions on the movement of health care workers, frontline workers, government staff, judicial officials, journalists, and those seeking medical attention.
- As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy.
- Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers.
- Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.
However, the beauty of the city often gets hidden behind the awful traffic jams and exhausting climate, especially during the summer season. But despite all these factors, the city welcomes the travellers with some scenic views and deep history. There are many cultural attractions that depict Indian traditions and customs.
You should try and avoid visiting this city during the months of April and June as the uncomfortable heat rises up to 40°Centigrade. Similarly, December to January experiences an extreme cold climate with cold snaps dropping temperatures down to zero. You may plan your trip anytime between February and March or October and November to make the most of it.
The New Delhi part is one of the liveliest areas of Delhi. Here, you can find the best city life with many restaurants, cafes, nightlife, and fancy attractions. Whereas, on the other hand, Old Delhi depicts a rather cluttered old style of living with small raw style houses, many bazaars and everything historic.
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