"The struggle to get off at Rajeev Chowk is no less than fending off a life-or-death situation" – says every commuter of the Delhi metro.
But no matter what, the Delhi metro is not just a rapid transit system for Delhites, rather it’s a way of lifestyle. And after all these years of non-stop waiting, the yellow line of the Delhi Metro is now fully operational and ready to take you around some of Delhi’s most happening and buzzing food & shopping districts.
Needless to say, one of the longest and busiest lines in the Delhi Metro is the Yellow Line, which includes the two busiest stations, Rajiv Chowk and Kashmere Gate. Between Samaypur Badli in the north and HUDA City Center in the south, the 48.8 km Yellow Line has 37 stations.
So, what’s not to love? Hop on to the yellow line for a one-of-a-kind travel experience and get a taste of real Delhi using our list of the top 10 stops as your ultimate hop-shop-eat guide.
1. Sikandarpur (Gurgaon)
The first most happening stop on the yellow line, Sikandarpur is the major business hub in Gurgaon, and the uniquely designed area of DLF CyberHub, located just a few minutes away from the Sikandarpur metro station houses plenty of food outlets for those looking to hang out with friends with a side of entertainment, delicious food & cultural shows.