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The place is under renovation. The evening sound and light show is also suspended for now. Those who have visited the Agra Fort in Agra would be able to relate to the similarities. Best option is to opt for an audio guide and avoid the...More
While most of the Red Fort seemed to be under renovation (apparently endless) there is plenty to wander around and observe. The architecture and grounds are beautiful.
One piece of advice is to check with the "official" guides on how much they expect. Mine was...More
I was personally unimpressed by this place. Some of the architecture was cool but I have seen better whilst in and around Delhi.
There were tonnes of people and because my friend and I are from Englad we got pestered for photos by a lot...More
It's a good monument and worth visiting. But most of its area is closed for general citizens. Otherwise a nice monument. They have a museum as well right at the entrance where lot of freedom fighters weapons, clothes and armors are kept.
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.