One of the great things about living in New Delhi is that its location allows a study abroad student to visit more places than just about any other Indian city. During your time in Delhi you will have the opportunity to get away from the city and explore other parts of the India. India's culture and heritage are a rich amalgam of the past and the present. This vast country offers the visitor a view of fascinating religions and ethnography, a vast variety of languages with more than 438 living languages, and monuments that have been present for thousands of years. As it opens up to a globalised world, India still has a depth of history and intensity of culture that awes and fascinates the many who visit there. India's rich and multi-layered cultures are dominated by religious and spiritual themes. While it is a mistake to assume that there is a single unified Indian culture, there certainly are unifying themes that link the various cultures. India's cultural heritage is expressed through its myriad of languages in which much great literature and poetry has been written.
Weekend overnight trips can be organized for many exotic places situated near Delhi. New Delhi being the capital of India is well connected with other Indian cities.