The best alternative to underground is a bus however cruising the city by bus is not as comfortable as by underground. As a rule buses run at 20 minute intervals. One of the main disadvantages of the traveling by bus is lack of signs enumerating bus routes passing there on bus stops.
Bargaining is welcome on local markets and in street stalls as in most cases this lets to reduce a price for desired goods by several times. Many sellers reckon upon the unawareness of travelers and can skyrocket the prices.
This fact considers local taxi services as well that is why tourists should specify and compare the rates for a trip and try to negotiate the cost. If a driver is obviously skyrocketing the cost of a trip and denies any bargaining tourists should look for another taxi car as they can be sure that it will not take more than five minutes.
City guests should be ultimately cautious with choosing local cuisine treats. One should not eat too much of treats sold in the streets as these can be bought only in checked and proven street stalls. One can easily distinguish popular stalls from those serving low quality dishes as the latter rarely have long queues near them.
In New Delhi a cash reward is expected for almost any service, assistance and smallest help provided. Tips of 3 â€“ 5 rupiah will be quite enough for a waiter, a hair dresser and a taxi driver as well as for a stranger in the street showing a way to a landmark.