Delhi/NCR Metro has a fully automatic fare calculation of the Fares start with minimum Rs.10. Metro cards are available of Rs.200 and more and maximun value is Rs. 3000/- and save up to 10% on usual fares. And in Out of Peak hour here are extra discount using metro card hour. Delhi Metro also provide the extra discount on the weekends. You can find more information Here...
According to DMRC the fares of Delhi metro Rail is start from 10 Rs to 60 Rs. and pay in two for either in the form of token or in the form of Smart Card . The smart card provides 10% discount in journey. Passenger can get the smart card at the minimum cost of 200 Rs. out of which Rs.50/ is refundable security charge. The Smart Card can be recharged from Rs 200 to 1000 Rs and it valid for a period of 10 years from the date of purchase the card or one year from the last recharge date whichever is later. It can be renewed for Rs. 5/-.
Here are the revised Delhi metro fare hike rates according to distance[/caption] The token can be purchased from any of the ticket counter on the metro station. These tokens and cards are required to open the gates, to reach the paid areas that lead to the platforms. and the token are valid for single journey and need to be dropped in machine while exiting from the metro station. There is another smart card for tourist for Rs. 150 for one day and it can be used unlimited travel and 50 Rs. is security charge which is refundable. Tourist smart card card also available for 3 days in the cost of Rs. 300 and 50 rs as security Charge as refundable. [routemap src="/maps/delhi-metro-rail-map.jpg"]
Delhi Metro Provides 10% Extra discount to the passengers who using smart cards during off peak hour based on the following time zones:
Here Are Two Types of Tourist cards avalable which can be for one day,and three days which are valid for unlimited travel which respectively:
These information is taken from Delhi Metro Official Website : Click Here.
Delhi is a union territory and the capital city of India. It is located in the northern part of the country and is bordered by Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Delhi has a rich history and was ruled by various dynasties such as the Mughals, the Khiljis, and the Tughlaqs.Delhi is known for its historical monuments such as the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, and Humayun"s Tomb. The city also has a vibrant culture and is known for its street food, which includes dishes like chaat, parathas, and kebabs.The economy of Delhi is primarily based on the service sector, with the city being home to many multinational corporations and government offices. The city is also a major transportation hub, with the Indira Gandhi International Airport being one of the busiest airports in the world.
Delhi is also the capital of India and also a major hub of tourism. Delhi becomes a special resort for tourists from all over the world during the winter season. Every year, millions of tourists come to see the culture, art and natural beauty of Delhi. Delhi is known for its beautiful gardens and historical monuments. Delhi is an excellent blend of old and new, ancient and modern cultures and religions. India Gate, Red Fort, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House, Akshardham Temple, Lotus Tapal, Chattarpur Temple, Birla Temple, Delhi Haat, Garden of Five Sense, Mughal Garden, Lodi Garden, Humayun"s Tomb, Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar, Lodhi"s Tomb, Parliament House, Old Fort, Qutub Minar, Safdarjung Tomb, Red Fort, Rajghat, Indian Railway Museum, Zoo, Handicraft Crafts Museum, Chandni Chowk, Connaught Place, Palika Bazar etc. In addition, many major malls and Metro journeys can also make tourist travel enjoyable.