Plan Your Trip
Travelling by road is often considered as one of the most thrilling experiences. Not only is it the most economical modes of travel but you may also experience the most surreal things while you are on a road-trip. If you are willing to make your journey to the Qutub Minar more adventurous then visiting Delhi by road is the perfect option for you. The capital city has excellent infrastructure in terms of road connectivity throughout the country. The Ananad Vihar ISBT in Delhi has inter-state buses running to and from all the major cities in the country so you can travel from practically any part of India to Delhi at a very humble ticket price. Here are 3 ways to commute to Delhi by road:
- By taxi: You can easily book a taxi from any Indian city to Delhi and enjoy a smooth ride, thanks to the high standard of infrastructure that reflects in the roads connecting to Delhi.
- By bus: State-run buses offer the most economical means to reach Delhi by road. You can board a bus to Anand Vihar ISBT or Kashmiri Gate Bus Station. Anand Vihar is at a distance of 25 km from Qutub Minar so you can take an auto or taxi from there to reach Qutub Complex within an hour. You may also board a metro from Anand Vihar Metro Station to Qutub Minar Metro Station.
- By private transfer: While traditional means of public transportation are a tried and tested option, nowadays people like to plan everything in advance so pre-booking your ride online by opting for private transfer services is a convenient means to travel. You will be picked up by the driver from your location and driven straight to Qutub Minar which is as effortless as it can get.