This huge red sandstone fort is synonymous with Delhi and bears witness to the glory of the Mughal Empire. Built in 1638 by Shah Jahan, it took about ten years to complete.
The UNESCO-listed Red Fort is octagonal, with walls adorned with flowers and calligraphy, typical of the beautiful architecture of the Mughal era.
Opening hours: Sunrise at sunset (Monday closed)
Registration fee: Rs. 10 (Indians) Rs. 250 (foreigners)
Location: Netaji Subhash Road, Chandini Chowk, Old Delhi
2. Qutub Minar
The Qutub Minar has three different types of architectural styles. The construction of the minar was started by Aibak (who only built the basement). Later, Iltutmish added three floors and was completed by Firoz Shah Tuglak, who built the top two floors. Here is the mosque Quwwat-us-Islam, the first mosque ever built in India.
Timetable: Sunrise at sunset
Registration fee: Rs. 10 (Indians), Rs. 250 (foreigners)
Located in the heart of the city, the gateway to India is one of India’s best-known and best-known landmarks. It was designed by Edwin Lutyens. With lush and well-maintained gardens, the foundations of this historic structure were laid in 1920.
It was inaugurated in 1933 and dedicated to all Indian soldiers of the British army who died during the First World War.
Hours: 24 hours (some areas are not accessible to visitors after dark)
Entry fees: free
Location: Rajpath Marg, India Gate, New Delhi
This stunning Delhi monument is actually inspired by one of the seven wonders of World, Taj Mahal. Built in 1570, Humayun’s tomb is a funeral ceremony of King Rey Mughal, Humayun. Connect to the medio del hermoso garden, the Humayun tumba and the contents of your modified architecture in India. Enjoy the quality of your artistic monument, discover the stories built with children’s stories.
Timings: Sunrise to sunset
Entry Fee: Rs. 10 (Indians) Rs. 250 (foreigners)
Location: Mathura Road, opposite the Nizamuddin Dargah
5. Rashtrapati Bhavan
Rashtrapati Bhavan, home of the Indian president, has been open to the public for a few days: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
It was an official press release dated November 22 published on the website of Rashtrapati Bhawan, Chair was opened for viewing with prior registration.
Hours: 9am to 4pm
Registration fee: Rs 50 per person, children under eight.
Location: President’s Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110004