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Description
Hawa Mahal
Ticket price: Indian tourists – INR 10, foreigners INR 50.00 The Hawa Mahal symbolizes a rich blend and fusion of the architectural culture of the native reign of Rajputs and their architecture with the Islam featuring Mughal architecture. The interior of the palace are built of varieties of coloured stones, gems, and chiefly marble. The inner courtyards are adorned with decorated fountains.
City Palace
Ticket price: Indian tourists – INR 35, foreigners INR 150.00 The three entrances to the City Palace are guarded by the three gates named the Virendra Pol, the Udai Pol, and the Tripolia Gate. The Tripolia Gate is meant for the sole usage by the royal members, and the visitors are allowed entry to the palace by the Virendra Pol and the Udai Pol.
Jantar Mantar Observatory
The Jantar Mantar has been declared as a National Monument. The adjoining smaller equipments include the Ram Yantra, which depicts improvised designing and functioning specifications. Ticket price: Indian tourists – INR 40, foreigners INR 200
Jal Mahal
Please remember that you cannot visit the fort from inside. You can only view the JalMahal from the road. Being very closte to Nargargh Fort it can be viewed t from there.
Amer Or Amber Fort
Ticket price: Indian tourists – INR 25, foreigners INR 150.00 A famous attraction of the Amber Fort is the display of the fresco of the “magic flower”, which is engraved in the marble of one of the supporting pillars of the Sheesh Mahal.
Nahargarh Fort
The structural architecture of the Albert Hall Museum features the rarity of fusion of the Indo-Saracenic culture, and is an inclusion of the heritage of the Ram Niwas Garden. Ticket price: Indian tourists – INR 10, foreigners INR 30
Panch Mahal
Guides are available. A joint ticket of INR 260 should be taken for all the attractions around Fatehpur Sikri. Children have a concession in the ticket fee. Video shooting & photography has separate charges.
Panch Mahal
Guides are available. A joint ticket of INR 260 should be taken for all the attractions around Fatehpur Sikri. Children have a concession in the ticket fee. Video shooting & photography has separate charges.
Sufi Saint Shaikh Salim Chisti Tomb
Guides are available. A joint ticket of INR 260 should be taken for all the attractions around Fatehpur Sikri. Children have a concession in the ticket fee. It is advisable to leave the footwear outside. The peace and sanity of the religious place should be not disturbed. Video shooting & photography has separate charges.
The Buland Darwaza
Guides are available. A joint ticket of INR 260 should be taken for all the attractions around Fatehpur Sikri. Children have a concession in the ticket fee. Video shooting & photography has separate charges.
Jama Masjid
The southern entry of the mosque has a flight of steps, and the eastern passage of the mosque was the original country passageway and it has 774 steps. So the masjid may not be accessible to everyone. The Masjid cannot be entered by tourists during prayer hours. Ticket Price : Free but photography is charged INR 200.
Taj Mahal
The tombs of the Emperor and Empress which are displayed permanently are model tombs. The real tombs are situated beneath in the basement compound, which are allowed public viewing only on very selective days. Opening closing time: Sunrise to Sunset, Closed on Friday. Ticket price: Foreign tourist INR 750, Indian tourist INR 20.
Tomb Of Akbar The Great
Opening closing time: Sunrise to Sunset, Closed on Friday Ticket price: Indian tourists - INR 15, Foreign Tourist INR 110 The design and structural patterns and components used in the build of Akbar’s Tomb have been used later in the construction of Itmad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb. The best past of Akbar’s Tomb lies in the finery of the marble usage in the engravings of the red sandstone walls.
Itmad-Ud-Daulahs
Opening closing time: Daily sunrise-sunset Ticket price: India Tourist - INR 15, Foreigners - INR 110, Discount with ticket of Taj mahal. The paintings of stucco and contemporary artistries have also been fabricated in the walls through the designs of animal and human patterns. No glazed tiling has been used and this further makes the sole usage of coloured stones an indigenous artistry.
Sikandra
Opening closing time: from sunrise to sunset. The ground floor of the mausoleum also bears the tombs of Akbar’s daughters Shakrul Nisha Begum and Aram Bano. The tombs are featured by beautiful scriptures and engravings along with painted patterns.
Agra Fort
The interior decoration of the Agra Fort illustrates a thoughtful artistic blend of the Islamic themes with the Hindu decorations. The Islamic calligraphies are accompanied by paintings which reflect the sole aspects of Hinduism. Ticket price: India tourist INR 20, Foreign Tourist INR 300.
Red Fort
Closed on mondays. It was declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. Ticket price : Rs.10 for Indians and Rs.250 for foreigners. The timings for the light and sound show is 6pm onwards. Ticket price for the Light Show : INR 60 on weekdays and INR 80 on weekends.
Old Fort
Purana Quila is a perfect place to visit for engraving an image of Indian history, legacy and supremacy on the walls of your memory lane. Ticket Price : Rs.5 Person (Indians Residence) ; Rs.100/ Person (Foreigners Residence) and Rs.25 (Videography).
Humayun Tomb
The best time to visit it is just after sunrise, and on working days. (You will have less crowd to handle). The surrounded is very beautiful, with river Yamuna located to its side, adorable fountains, gardens and mosque. Ticket Price :Indian:Rs. 10, Foreigner:Rs 250, Video filming:Rs 25 and Photography is free.
Raj Ghat
April to September Timings : 5:00 am - 7:30 pm. October to March Timings : 5:30 am - 7:00 pm. It interprets to King's Bank, where King introduces the criticalness of the site upon the bank of river Yamuna. Some different samadhis or cremation spots of numerous extremely popular guides and personalities could be discovered in the vicinity of Raj Ghat.
Jama Masjid
The southern entry of the mosque has a flight of steps, and the eastern passage of the mosque was the original country passageway and it has 774 steps. So the masjid may not be accessible to everyone. The Masjid cannot be entered by tourists during prayer hours. Ticket Price : Free but photography is charged INR 200.
Chandni Chowk
Closed on sundays but not all. Though there is always a festive atmosphere in Chandni Chowk but the real spirit can be seen during the festivals of Dussehra, Id-ul-fitr, Sikh, Jain and Christian festivals. Do spend some time exploring this area. It will surprise you. Do try out the chaat and Jalebi along with several other delicacies.
Jantar Mantar Observatory
The Jantar Mantar has been declared as a National Monument. The adjoining smaller equipments include the Ram Yantra, which depicts improvised designing and functioning specifications. Ticket price: Indian tourists – INR 40, foreigners INR 200
Lotus Temple
Summers Timings : 9:00 am - 7:00 pm. Winters Timings : 9:30 am - 5:30 pm. Closed on mondays. During Evening Hours as Lotus Temple Glitters Like Diamond. Different Religion's Prayers are offered 4 times a day : at 10:00 am, at 12:00 pm , at 3:00 pm. and at 5:00 pm.. The prayers are done for 15 minutes.
National Museum
Museum Shop Opening Hours (Nov 4 - Dec 4): Tues - Fri: 11–17 ; Sat & Sun: 12–16 Museum Opening Hours (Dec 5 - Mar 30, 2014): Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun: 11–17; Tues & Thurs: 12–16 Admission Fees: Regular: 100 sek ; Reduced: 80 sek (Students and seniors) ; Free for Under 21 Tip: It’s not too far off from the Royal Palace. You might consider combining the two attractions. The Atrium Restaurant offers excellent food.
Garden Of Five Senses
April to September Timings : 9:00 am - 7:00 pm. October to March Timings : 9 :00 am - 6:00 pm. Ticket Price : adult: INR 20/ Child(upto 12 yrs): INR 10/- Sr. Citizen: INR 10/- and Handicapped: Nil.
Qutub Minar
Evening is the best time , enhancing the experience. Ticket price : 10 per person for Indians and 250 per person for foreign tourists. There are no charges for cameras at the Qutub Minar.