As a tourist you don't have to stand in the line. Go straight to the right counter. The fort itself is beautiful and big. In the museums it can be very hot and crowded.
About Red Fort (Lal Quila)
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The red dirt is a superb example of Indian forts. Make sure you find the foreigners queue when getting your ticket as much much faster and also when you enter the fort you have your own queue. Enormous site in wonderful condition. Great place to...More
less to see here than other dehli attractions. utter chaos in the armounry museum people taking selfies and pushing each other around to see into the glass cases.
I spent a relaxing afternoon here exploring the Red Fort equipped with the excellent audioguide - as I had the time I listened to everything including the extras and this really brought the history of the place to life.
Red for is a must! Unfortunately, we had no guide, so we probably missed many things.It was funny to see that there was separate counter for foreigners to buy ticket, separate entry line, but considering how much more you pay as a foreign tourist, it...More
My time at the Red Fort was fairly uneventful. It takes about an hour to walk around and there are a couple of small museums to explore. It's kind of cool to think about how splendid it must have been during the Mughal empire. I...More