How to reach Botanical Garden Metro Station ( Noida)
Botanical Garden Metro Station is well connected by Delhi metro from Delhi Airport, Railway stations and interstate bus station.
Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi is approx 50 KM from the venue.
Indira Gandhi Airport has three active passenger terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. All the terminals are separate and a cab/shuttle bus should be taken to go from one to another. Terminal 1 and 3 are connected to the city centre by metro train and an 8-lane highway.
The metro train is the fastest and most comfortable way to reach the city centre. The Orange Line of the Delhi Metro connects the New Delhi Railway Station directly with Terminal 3 of the airport (journey time; 25 minutes). The first train leaves the airport at 5.15 am and the last at 11.15 pm. The first train leaves the city at 5.35 am and the last at 11.35 am.
Taxi: Taxi services are located immediately outside the arrivals areas; drivers accept payment by cash.
Bus: Air-conditioned buses are available at the airport's Terminal 3 every 30 minutes running to Kashmere Gate Inter-State Bus Terminal via Connaught Place.
It is easy to hail a taxi on the street, especially in the city centre, at the airport or train stations. To avoid the hassle of haggling for a price, try the Delhi Traffic Police Pre-Paid Taxi Booth at the airport or book taxis through your hotel. App-based cab aggregators are also available throughout the city.
The bus system in New Delhi is cheap and serves many routes. The main bus station is called Delhi Inter-State Bus Terminal and is located north of the Old Delhi train station.
The Delhi Metro Train map is available on the website
The Noida Metro is a rapid transit system connecting the twin cities of Noida and Greater Noida in Gautam Buddh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, India.
The properly webbed metro train connection sits well-seeded in the bright city of Delhi. Linking the corners and National Capital Region (NCR), Delhi Metro is conjoined with Noida Metro. These metro networks are connected via Noida City Center Metro Station on Blue Line and Sector 51 Metro Station on Aqua Line.
A 300-meter walk-way, connecting the Noida Metro's Aqua Line and the Delhi Metro's Blue Line, was made fully operational, boosting connectivity between the two Metro lines which are run by different agencies. The new walkway has a seperate pathway for pedistrains and dedicated carriage-way for e-rickshaws, which will ferry passengers for free.
Hotels are available in Delhi, Noida and Greater Noida. Below is the list of nearest hotels from the venue
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