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This place really stands out and is very difficult to miss. It is huge and very busy. We drove past in a small tourist bus, requiring the driver to to do a u-turn in six lanes of moving traffic terrifying me half to death. .......More
Kids were excited to see Lal Qila as seen in TV many times when PM Unfurled the Tri Color. Each section of this fort is part of history. We parked our car get in electric vehicle-to reach there. Not so far could have walked. Washroom...More
A brilliant architectural beauty is a historical fort in Delhi, Red Fort which was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty for more than 200 years. The Mughal families lived there until 1857.
I really enjoyed the architecture - some parts were under construction and it is a big site so you could spend half a day just looking around and having a picnic on the lawn... It was a very hot day when we were there and...More
This is one of the most famous historic buildings in India - The Red fort which attracts visitors large number of tourists. It looks quite good from outside but inside out of just like any other large fort. Not a must visit, but still good.
Went to visit site lunchtime Friday but told the full site was closed for rest of day. Couldn’t establish if this was a one off or normal so check any Friday planned visit first. Traffic to get to fort is horrendous..park as far away as...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.