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It is located in Old Delhi. The palace is take place on the World Heritage list. It is a big area and there are several building to visit. The bazaar inside this museum is good and the prices are considerably. The people are very interested...More
It's beautiful and majestic. Please book the tickets online as the que is long. You'll need to check in any baggage you have at the baggage counter. Make sure you to carry drinking water as they don't have any food stall or drinking water facility...More
Mughal Badshas Shah Jahan commissioned construction of the Red Fort on 12 May 1638, when he decided to shift his capital from Agra to Delhi. Originally red and white, the Shah's favourite colours,its design is credited to architect Ustad Ahmad Lahouri, who also constructed the...More
The Red fort is our one of the best heritage
place & Good Tourists place. It has a big area for the visitors to
watch over. Different sections have their
own importance. Highlighted. It has also
has a museum showcasing various historic
parts of the...More
Red fort is of national importance as every year the PM hoist the national flag here on the independence day. We visited red fort alongwith our kids on weekend. Firstly it was too crowded and we had to wait for an hour in queue to...More
This densely populated neighbourhood of Old Delhi is more than three centuries old and is a prized treasure trove, home to diverse Indian communities is most popular for its heritage havelis, old bazaars and places of worship. Explore the everyday life of the
locals as you walk into the spice, jewellery, dry fruits, wedding markets and build up an appetite for the Indian street food, including stuffed parathas & jalebis and Mughlai food at Karims. Head to the magnificient Jama Masjid for stunning views of Delhi 6, with the iconic symbol of India in the backdrop – Red Fort. The diversity of Old Delhi demands an entire day to truly enjoy all the treasures hidden in this culturally rich part of the city.
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The one at Agra is far better.Many parts of Delhi red fort was destroyed during 1857 mutiny,also after the mutiny British made Redfort a cantonment and made many building after that,now you will find more British... More
The one at Agra is far better.Many parts of Delhi red fort was destroyed during 1857 mutiny,also after the mutiny British made Redfort a cantonment and made many building after that,now you will find more British architecture/building than the original Mughal ones,so if I have to choose any one will go for Agra.