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Delhi ready to welcome visitors for Commonwealth Games

September 23
02:20 2010

NEW DELHI: This capital city of India has been transformed to welcome tourists during the 2010 Commonwealth Games scheduled to be held from October 3-14. According to recent studies along with tourism; hospitality, aviation and hotel industries will benefited immensely during this bonanza period.

Delhi will provide tourists dual enjoyment – amazing tourism as well watching different sport activities. The Government of India is working rapidly to prepare perfect infrastructure for the Games. Delhi and its suburbs are going to set world class facilities to provide tourists coming from all over the world during this period.

New Delhi is already a well-planned modern city with several international features. However to cater to a huge gathering of international tourists, several steps have been taken to make Delhi city perfect for the event.

To make transportation system smooth running, the government has launches several new AC buses. The metro train networks have been extended to Delhi NCR. World class stadiums are ready and improved to cater perfectly for the sports activities. Airports of major cities of India like Delhi, Nagpur, Mumbai, Bangalore, Goa, Cochin, etc have been modernized.

Experts from tourism, hospitality and aviations industries say they expect the event will increase tourism in nearby famous places like Agra, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Fatehpur Sikri, Bharatpur, Ranthambhore, etc. Delhi tourism is also ready to give delightful experience of travel and tourism in India.

Tour operators and travel agencies are planning and preparing tour packages for India travel during the event. They are especially focusing on Agra –  famous for world heritage Taj Mahal, the star attractions of India, Jaipur – the Pink City of India, Ranthambhore – the land of tigers, and Corbett National Park. The beautiful hill stations like Shimla, Manali, Kashmir, Mussoorie, etc are also going to witness large gathering of international tourists.
The Games are going to create several jobs among local people. Private sectors like hotels, travel agencies, tour operators, airlines, airports, etc are going to require extra staff to handle large flux of tourists. Thus the 2010 Games are going to set tremendous boom in tourism in India.



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