The weather in Greater Noida and Delhi during January is usually cold. Dense to light fog can also be experienced during January which may affect flight and train schedules. Participants are advised to plan their itinerary accordingly.
Greater Noida is a planned city that falls under the territory of Uttar Pradesh. It is now a full-fledged industrial, residential and institutional locality which witnesses significant inflow of residents, students and working mass round the year. It is very well connected by road with Delhi and Haryana. World of Wonder and Okhla Bird Sanctuary are two popular attractions here.
How to Reach Greater Noida by Air
The nearest airport to this city is IGI airport in New Delhi.
On arrival at Delhi airport, private cabs can be hired to reach Greater Noida. This is one of the most convenient ways to reach Gr. Noida from any part of India or abroad.
How to Reach Greater Noida by Road
Several buses of Delhi Road Transport Corporation ply between Greater Noida and Delhi at frequent intervals. The best way to reach Greater Noida from any part of north India is to board state or private buses till Delhi, then take an auto or cab from the bus terminus to reach Greater Noida.
Greater Noida is close to the cities like Delhi (24.4 km), Faridabad (98.3 km), Ghaziabad (27.8 km) etc. and is connected by three important expressways. First one is the DND Flyway which runs across the waterway of Yamuna. The Yamuna Expressway linking Noida to Agra via Mathura is the second and third one is Greater Noida Expressway.
How to Reach Greater Noida by Rail
The nearest railway stations are Anand Vihar and Ghaziabad. One can take a bus, metro or cab to reach Greater Noida. One can also take a metro (either red or aqua line) from New Delhi metro station to reach Greater Noida