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Reviewed April 2, 2018 via mobile

Red Fort or the Lal quila, is definitely one of the places you must visit, if you are in Delhi around winters or spring time. Otherwise it ll be a total nightmare for you.

The place is beautifully made and there is an inside tunnel, which is now non-operational and it connects to Agra red Fort internally.

Thank Kunal V
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Reviewed April 1, 2018 via mobile

I have visited this place so many times..But every visit makes me want to come back again. It takes you into history and gives a nice feel. It's different from all other outing. We also have our shopping combined with the visit and also awesome food we have..A must Visit

Thank Preeti K
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

One of the important historical landmarks of Delhi constructed by the Mughal King, Shahajahan and UNESCO World Heritage site. it is located in the old part of Delhi near famous Chandni Chowk market. It houses several architectural marvels e.g. Diwane Aam, Diwane Khas, Hammam, Mumtaj Mahal, Rang Mahal, Moti Madjid etc. There is a small museum also inside. Expect lot of walking hence wear comfortable show and carry water bottle. Open: All days of the week except Monday from early morning till late evening. There is a sound and light show also in the evening starting from 1800 hrs in English and Hindi.
Entry fee for the complex: Rs. 35.00 for Indians & SAARC Nationals and Rs. 500.00 for foreigners. Tickets for the show : Rs. 60.00 to Rs. 80.00.
Nearest Metro: Chandni Chowk - Yellow line (Exit towards Chandni Chowk to the main road). It is about one km (10-15 mts walk) to the Main Entry Gate of the Fort. Or take an E-Riksha (Rs. 10.00 on shared basis).

1  Thank Niranjan D
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

What a history lesson this week has been. The Red fort is another beauty but unfortunately it has not been maintained and well kept. Compared to Amer in Jaipur and Agra fort, it was a little underwhelming. I am glad this was last on our trip as I saw all the spectacular monuments first and was therefore not disappointed.

2  Thank Tracey S
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Reviewed April 1, 2018 via mobile

You get a sense of the scale and grandeur from the outside (visit Agra Fort to see a similar place but beautifully preserved) and inside is pretty spectacular. 4 or 5 well preserved buildings, good to spend an hour just wandering then shop in the bazaar at the gate

Thank Phil W
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