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Red Fort

Red Fort

Red Fort of New Delhi is a great reminder of how powerful Mughal emperors were. All parts of this awe-inspiring fortress was built entirely made of red sandstone and covers more than 2 kilometres area. Surrounded by moat, Red Fort was used to protect the whole city inside the fortress from invaders. Today, the fortress and also the city inside become one of New Delhi's most famous destination.
Walk pass the gate and you will find more stunning architecture of main buildings, spacious halls, and mosques. And while you are stunned by the beauty, don't forget to visit and shop Chhata Chowk, a unique 17-th century bazaar where you can find the best kind of silks, jewelries, silverware, and of course souvenirs and various traditional Indian delicacies. Enter Naubat Khana located within the fortress to see showcases of unique traditional musical instruments used by musicians to entertain the emperor.

Travelling to New Delhi, India

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Visiting New Delhi will surprise you with their culture diversities. Being a combination of both New and Old Delhi, this capital city of India offer innumerable cultural attractions. Old Delhi with their thousands year old ancient buildings and traditions blends nicely with the New Delhi with their more modern influences. Most attractions in this city are accessible for free which is highly incomparable to precious memories and unforgettable experience during your stay there. Be sure to visit these attractions in New Delhi that all Indians are highly proud of.

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New Delhi Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets are available online and offline. However, buying tickets on the spot means you have to waste your time standing in line, so it's better to purchase you tickets beforehand. You can buy your online tickets on this website.

How To Get Around?

You can ride New Delhi's public transportations like metro, buses and taxis. Metro and buses are cheaper but not air conditioned and crowded most of the times, but they have many route options. Taxis are more convenient but more pricy. If you're going around for one full day or more, renting a car or a car with a driver might be a good option.

What Should I Wear?

You can dress casually when you're visiting New Delhi. A few options are short-sleeved or sleeveless blouse, button down blouse, shorts, skirts, maxi dress, or linen tee. Do wear comfortable waling shoes, not high heels. Some places like Humayun's Tomb, Jama Masjid, and Lotus Temple requires you to dress modestly as they are religious sites.

New Delhi Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit New Delhi is from October to March. During these months, the weather is at its best and the flowers are blooming beautifully.

Currency

Indian Rupee

Will I Need a Guide?

No, you do not need a guide since you can find anything you need about New Delhi on this website.

How To Get There?

The best option to get to New Delhi is by air, arriving at New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport. From there, you can reach the city center by riding the metro, metered taxis, prepaid taxis, or A/C buses.

Additional Info

Beware of pickpockets in the streets, especially the crowded ones. Do keep an eye on your belongings and don't put your bags where they're easy to be snatched. Don't forget to bargain when shopping since you might get a big discount. India has three types of plug, type C, D, and M. Type C has two round pins, and type C and M both have three round pins in a triangular pattern.