Red Fort Delhi is one of the famous historical monument of India. Reed Fort is the evidence of sacrifice of Indians during the fight against British Empire for the Independence. It was also known as the Southern Gate of Delhi or Dilli Darwaza earlier, and was established under the current ruler of that time the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1638.

Thing To Know About The Red Fort

To build this red stone is used and it’s a three story building and its beauty is enhanced with the panels flanked by semi- octagonal towers crowned by two open octagonal pavilions with square and rectangular cup shed arched panels.

In additions to it the miniature chattris with seven marble domes and flame shaped battlements to enlighten during dark. It will take around to spend 3-4 hours to visit the whole Red Fort. To get further detailed information about this attraction of Delhi kindly go through the below paragraphs.

How To Reach Red Fort

To reach there is really convenient by all means; the most convenient is to reach Kashmiri Gate from any of the metro station in Delhi. Metro is one of the most preferable and convenient way to reach there, rather than this you can go via cab or city bus to reach there. Those who will prefer to go with their own conveyance can took the help of Google map to reach there.

The best time to visit Delhi

There is the evening time and you can go with your family and friends and can spend a quality time over there. One thing to be noted that there is proper parking facility to go there and feel comfortable.

What To Visit In Red Fort

While you plan to visit Red Fort you must hire a guide who will explain to you about all the related history with the fort. The center of attraction in the Red Fort included the Deewan-e- Aam, Deewan- e- Khas, KhasMahal, Italian architecture for Hamam, Moti- Masjid, NaqqarKhana, Hathi Pol and many other parts of the Red Fort. Totally you need to cover approximately 2.5 KM to roam around in the Fort. Apart from this there is a market also in Red Fort where you can purchase some small items. A huge part of the Fort is also converted into the museum where many weapons used in wars are kept and many other things also. You can click some memorable pictures there on different locations. You will surely enjoy this small picnic with your loved ones.

Including the Red Fort there are more than 50 places to enjoy in Delhi including India Gate, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, Kalka Ji Temple, Birla Mandir, Mughal Garden, Parliament House, Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar, Childrens Park and many other locations. From your hectic schedule you can plan a small picnic of a day to any of the above locations. As we know that the summer vacations are coming so you can plan your trips to the water parks also, you can book your tickets online from the official website.