Indian Railway International Tourist Bureau Facilities For NRI
Indian Railways may provide assistance to the foreign tourists and NRIs regarding enquiries, booking, reservation and travel planning etc Details mantions for International Tourist. that means International Tourist Bureaus are located at various important cities all over India. Well these International Tourist Bureaus office known from New Delhi & Varanasi.
International Tourist Bureau at New Delhi functions from 08:00hrs to 20:00hrs from Monday to Saturday and on Sunday from 08:00hrs to 14:00hrs. International Tourist Bureau provide assistance to the foreign tourists and NRIs regarding enquiries, booking, reservation and travel planning etc.
Actually International Tourist Bureaus issue reserved tickets to the Foreign Tourists and NRIs holding valid passport against payment in US dollars, Pounds, Sterling,Euros and indian Rupees. These Bureaus also sell Indrail passes which are issued to foreign tourists / NRIs on production of valid passport and valid visa.Indrail pass entitles the pass holder to travel as he likes over the entire Indian Railways with out any route restriction within the period of validity of IRP. Indrail pass however, does not guaranty reserved accommodation.
Simply says as :
The fares of Indrail Passes are in US dollars. The important rules are printed on the Indrail passes.
The foreign tourists can also purchase Indrail passes from the General Sales Agents appointed abroad and Rail Travel Agents appointed in India.
A separate foreign tourist quota has been provided in all classes and almost all the trains for the facility of the tourists.
Actually Facilities for International Tourist Northern Railway following locations
Contact Details :
International Tourist Bureau, First Floor, Station Building,
New Delhi Railway Station, New Delhi- 110055
Phone : 91-11-42625156, Fax: 91-11-23343050
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The schedule is now 24 hours, right?