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====Hazrat Nizamuddin====
 
====Hazrat Nizamuddin====
  
'''Hazrat Nizamuddin''' (code ''NZM'') is the departure point of many trains heading south.  Practically speaking, the only way to get here is by taxi or car (now there is metro connectivity).  The budget alternative is to take a bus to the Sarai Kale Khan Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) on the ring road and then walk over to the station (400 m). It's the least chaotic of the ''Big Three'', but still pretty big and poorly signposted; listen to the announcements to figure out your train.  The station has a pretty good food court that sells inexpensive, hygienic takeaway snacks including sandwiches and samosas.
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'''Hazrat Nizamuddin''' (code ''NZM'') is the departure point of many trains heading south.  Practically speaking, the only way to get here is by taxi or car.  The budget alternative is to take a bus to the Sarai Kale Khan Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) on the ring road and then walk over to the station (400 m). It's the least chaotic of the ''Big Three'', but still pretty big and poorly signposted; listen to the announcements to figure out your train.  The station has a pretty good food court that sells inexpensive, hygienic takeaway snacks including sandwiches and samosas.
  
 
If you have some time to kill, pay a visit to Humayun's Tomb, which is so close to the station that you can hear the announcements from inside — although it's a long, circuitous walk from the station to the entrance.
 
If you have some time to kill, pay a visit to Humayun's Tomb, which is so close to the station that you can hear the announcements from inside — although it's a long, circuitous walk from the station to the entrance.

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