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Rashtrapati Bhavan

Rajpath, New Delhi 110004, India
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The 200,000-square-foot palace, completed in 1929, is the largest residence of any head of the state in the world.
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Rajpath, New Delhi 110004, India
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A place full of history. A visit to the majestic bhavan is a treat. The staff is friendly and cooperative if you follow the rules and protocols. Guides are history scholars. No mobile or cameras or bags or electronic keys allowed inside. The museum has...More

Thank Apurva J
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Magnificent majestic we remain speechless in front of this massive palace ten times biggesr than Buckingham palace and largest ever built on earth... Seat of power beautiful architecture recalling post colonial and victorian touch to it The Rashtrapati bhavan from Raisina hills seems to be...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

A very important tourist place in Delhi to visit. The patriotism here is very good and good time to visit is 5 pm

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Reviewed 5 days ago

place is neat and good, we have taken a taxi to reach there, had one round on the street and halted at India gate, then spent some time and came back to hotel by metro rail which is near to India gate,

Thank Sreeni V
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Those this Building was built by British but still its a pride of India and archetrual miracle of its time. Its beautiful and grandeur is. unsellable.

Thank PARIVRAAJK
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were three friends went to rashtrapati bhawan to watch it and visit nearby places. It was very huge and beautiful. We enjoyed a lot.

Thank omram1541
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

you will wish to be the president of india once you visit the rashtrapati bhawan. such a grand structure and pride of india. though just got a glimpse from outside i wished to explore the architecture a bit more. but alas wasnt able due to...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Rashtrapati Bhawan, or Presidents house is the seat of highest constitutional post in India. Though most of it is inaccessible to common public, a part of it is open for visiting. One has to make a prior booking through online portal for a nominal charge....More

Thank Tarun W
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

At this place you will not be allowed beyond certain limit due to security reasons. At this place you will be looking like a ancient king ruling the palace. this is one of the most important place one have to see in the National capital...More

Thank Nirmal R
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A visit to the rashtrapati bhavan is a must for each and every citizen of India. Pre book the date and time of visit through online. A guided tour is available. The glimpse of Durbar Hall, Asoka Hall, Banquet Hall is amazing. Car parking is...More

Thank Ishuarav
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The V
14 March 2018|
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Response from Himanshu R | Reviewed this property |
Because Rashtrapati Bhavan does not open for visit through out the year. There are few specific months with specific timings and specific days of week on which visitors are allowed to visit, that too by advance booking. Now... More
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mmohitraman2810
7 February 2018|
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Response from Suez1956 | Reviewed this property |
No charges/tickets for Rashtrapati Bhavan, but yes for the National Museum you have to purchase an entry ticket
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mmohitraman2810
5 February 2018|
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Response from Krapa K | Reviewed this property |
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