These 5 metro stations of Delhi are nothing short of crazy!
Delhi is a world class city and the Delhi Metro only reinforces that statement. Hopping from one corner of the city to the next is now such a breeze that you’ll probably never find the metro empty! Trust us when we say this, even the non-peak hours are crazy crowded. But the comfort of not facing road traffic is a bliss.
So if you’re planning to come over to Delhi, here are a 5 metro stations that you must ‘experience’ at least once to know what a crazy popular joint really is:
1. Rajiv Chowk Metro Station
Often called as Connaught Place metro station, Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, is an exchange station in the middle of Blue and Yellow Lines. Rajiv Chowk station unites Connaught Place – the heart of the city to what surrounds it – Haryana (Gurgaon) and Uttar Pradesh (Noida, Ghaziabad). The station has been named after India’s previous Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. This is one of the most overcrowded stations of New Delhi, but also the place where you get to experience the daily hustle of those who live here.
2. Chandni Chowk Metro Station
One of the favorite shopping spots of Delhiites, Chandni Chowk Metro Station is another one of the most frequented stations of the metro line. Opened about 9 years back, the station is occupied at all times and serves as the business center for many at the Chandni Chowk market.
3. Huda City Center Station
In the past known as Sushant Lok, Huda City Center station today is the terminal station of the yellow line – the one that will take you to Gurgaon, the IT hub of the capital city. Mostly frequented by professionals, this is one of the most cleanest stations surrounded by the most stupendous architecture.
4. Vaishali Metro Station
Another busy yet surprisingly clean metro station of Delhi, Vaishali Metro Station has a luxury parking zone in its compound that is worth taking a look at. In fact the launch of this station has not just created a means of easy commute, but has also hiked property rates in the area.
5. Noida City Center Metro Station
The last metro station of Noida (as of now), Noida City Center, is another place where you can find people from all walks of life, hustling to do their daily chores. Surrounded by autos, buses, rickshaws, this place comes across as nothing short of a transport center once you exit the metro station.
Thought you had experienced local travel? Think again. Hop on to the Delhi Metro and experience these stations to know what it really feels like!
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