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Relive the history of Delhi and the Mughal Empire during this spectacular sound and light show ...
Discover the glory of the India's Mughal Empire in this private tour, which includes transporta...
Travel by private air-conditioned vehicle and reach UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Red Fort, more p...
Discover the historical city of Delhi on your visit to India. Explore the heritage sites and le...
Let the history of Delhi come back to you by visiting the Red Fort and the mighty Mughal Empire...
Experience the grandeur and splendor of the Mughal era by attending the sound and light show at the ...
Relive the history of Delhi, the Red Fort and the mighty Mughal Empire during a dramatic sound and ...
Enjoy an evening in Old Delhi's Red Fort, where you will see a light and sound show about the histor...
Experience the grandeur and splendor of Mughal era by attending sound and light show at the fam...
...n rise over the Taj Mahal, visit Agra’s Red Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri. In Jaipur, visit Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, Palace of ...
...ce to visit the Taj Mahal at sunrise and later enjoy the impressive walled exteriors and inner paradise of the Red Fort.
... stops including highlights such as the Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar. Shop for handicrafts at Central Cottag...
...Site, and tour the Red Fort, which is also UNESCO-listed. See the Fort's numerous palaces. Visit the “Baby Taj” as well.
...In Agra visit the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort (Red Fort) and go bazar shopping. In Jaipur visit the Amber Fort, Lake Palace (Ja...
...te tour of Old and New Delhi, you'll visit Raj Ghat, Red Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, Rashtrapati Bhawan and more.
...built in 1656 by Emperor Shahjahan, the Red Fort which is known locally as “Lal Qila” and was the seat of the Mughal pow...
...n about the history and culture of the city as you visit the Red Fort, India Gate, Humayun's Tomb and many other sights!
The Lal Qila or Red Fort is one of Delhi's top tourist attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its imposing architecture that fuses Persian, Timurid and Hindu styles.
The Lal Qila or Red Fort is one of Delhi's top tourist attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its imposing architecture that fuses Persian, Timurid and Hindu styles. The brilliant red sandstone fort was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan (who also built Agra's Taj Mahal) as his ruling palace in 1648, and was in use by the Mughals till the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. Take a guided tour to learn more about the history of this important monument.
It is laid out as an irregular octagonal citadel of red sandstone walls with 2 main gates (Lahori in the west and Delhi in the south) enclosing marble palaces and other royal buildings. Walk around to explore the different buildings and the Hayat-Bakhsh Bagh (Life Giving Garden).
You can also explore the Chatta Chowk (Covered Bazaar) at the gate leading to the fort and pick up souvenirs.
There is a 60 minute sound and light show on the history of Delhi and the Red Fort organized in the complex every evening at
|February to April||8:30 pm|
|May to August||9.00 pm|
|September to October||8.30 pm|
|November to January||7.30 pm|
Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi, India
+91 11 2327 7705
Meena Bazar is a popular flea market with antiques (and not-so-antiques)
The Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the oldest Jain temple present in Delhi, tracing its origins to 1656
Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib is an important and historical Sikh place of worship, built on the spot where their 9th leader, Guru Tegh Bahadur, was beheaded on the orders of the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb
Jama Masjid is one of the largest mosques in India and a must-see while in Delhi
Chandni Chowk is the heart and soul of Old Delhi, the place to go for the full-on Indian experience of crowded, twisting alleys with tiny shops and vibrant windows
The 17th century Fatehpuri Masjid, built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan's wife Fatehpuri Begum, stands at the end of Chandni Chowk
Raj Ghat is the memorial to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, built at the site of his cremation
The Khooni Darwaza, meaning the Bloody Gate, was once known as the Kabuli Darwaza got its present name after 3 princes of the Mughal dynasty - Mirza Mughal, Mirza Khizr and Mirza Abu Bakht were shot by British Captain William Hodson during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857
Khari Baoli is the main wholesale spice market in Old Delhi which supplies to most restaurants