Best Historical Tourist Places in Delhi
This 33 meter high red fort made of red stones, Red Fort shows the glory of Old Delhi and the glory of the Mughals. Its massive walls were built in 1638 to avoid invaders. Its main gate Lahore Gate Lahore Gate is a dynamic and symbolic focal point of present India where a huge crowd gathers every year on Independence Day. Chatta Chowk is a vaulted tree-covered road where old things are sold. A sound and light show is held here every evening which tells the history associated with this fort of India.
It is located on Netaji Subhash Marg and the nearest metro station is Chandni Chowk. It is closed on every Monday and is open from sunrise to sunset. The entry fee for Indians here is Rs 10 and for foreigners the entry fee is Rs 250. There is no photography money and there is a fee of Rs 25 for videography. A light and sound show is held here every evening at 6 pm with a fee of Rs 80 for adults and Rs 30 for children.
Situated at the intersection of Mathura Road and Lodi Road, this mausoleum is a fine example of Mughal architecture. Humayu’s tomb was built in 1570 by Humayu’s wife Haji Begum in memory of Humayu after his death. This monument is built with Persian architecture. In the four walls of this monument there are also the graves of many Mughal teachers. This memorial remains open for tourists throughout the day, but the best time to see Humayu’s tomb is after noon. The nearest metro station to visit here is JLN Stadium. The entry fee for Indians is Rs 10 and the entry fee for foreigners is Rs 250. There is no photography fee and videography has a fee of Rs 25
Historical Tourist Places