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Passengers The total number of passengers cannot exceed 9 persons. Infants are not included in total number, this is because infants are seated on adult’s lap.
Young adults (12-15-year olds)  Young adults can travel alone. Passengers aged 12-15 years departing from UK in Economy Class, are exempted from the Air Passenger Duty (APD).
Children (2-11 year olds)  Cannot travel alone and these bookings must include at least one adult. To book travel for unaccompanied minor please contact our LOT Contact Center.
Infants (under 0-24 months)  Booking with infant must include at least one adult for every infant when booking online. This is because infants are seated on an adult’s lap. To book a ticket for infant with a seat, please contact our LOT Contact Center.
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Prices from 465 EUR*

* The price applies to round-trip flights with checked baggage


A journey through Delhi is like using a time machine. On the one hand, it is a modern city full of spectacular office buildings, sumptuous shopping centers, and centers that excel in futuristic information and telecommunications technologies. The old districts of the city still remember the rich history. The urbanistic chaos of the old city perfectly shows its fate, including repeated desolation and rebirth in various stylistic epochs.

The India Gate is a showpiece of the new part of the city and it is the best place to start the tour. The road leads to the president's headquarters and the parliament building. On the other hand, in Old Delhi, you can go to Chandni Chowk, a colorful street full of stalls, known for the Bollywood movies. Delhi has three monuments, which were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. These include the Red Fort, the minaret of Kutb Minor, and the Humayun Tomb, the prototype of Taj Mahal.

During the break from sightseeing, try local delicacies. India's culinary consists of many ethnic, religious and cultural influences that add specific products and characteristic spices. Similarly with tea that came from China - they added milk, aromatic spices and sugar, honey or molasses and named it masala chai.

  • Vilnius (VNO) Delhi (DEL)
    Round-trip
    from 465 EUR
  • Kaunas (KUN) Delhi (DEL)
    Round-trip
    from 465 EUR