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Parliament House

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Sansad Marg, New Delhi 110002, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Not a very recommended stop to stop by, Parliament House is a relatively new area built around 1920-30. Mentioned maybe in some tours, but not a real touristic spot: You cannot go inside nor even walk around it. You will be only allowed to see...More

Thank MikeFlox
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A very nice place to visit, unique historic place to see these buildings in Delhi. Very secured place.

Thank Pawan R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is among the best part of Delhi with good piece of architecture with clean .... Like all of the other presidential and ministerial buildings round here. The whole area is very majestic and grand.

Thank joanadventure
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

Like all of the other presidential and ministerial buildings round here Sansad Bhavan is a great piece of architecture. The whole area is very majestic and grand.

Thank cazbatt
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Do visit and see this place if time permits. Beautifully maintained and a peacefull place. Enjoyed our evening over there.

Thank HarshDharnidharka
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Parliament Building constracting began in 1921 and the third session of central legislative assemal wasthe house in 19 january 1927 .the shap in cirular which based on the ashoka chakra separate halls and centeral and new building

Thank Banshidhar S
Reviewed 3 May 2017

1. This place is closed on select dates, should check in advance. 2. Very easy to access with public tranport. 3 Not a fun site for kids. 4. Can make it a round trip of 2hrs, which can include India gate,Rashtrapati bhavan n Parliament building...More

1  Thank zap r
Reviewed 19 April 2017

You cannot enter but the outside is attractive with several officlal buildings in close proximity. Once again cars are not allowed to stop but you would be able to walk around easily ( although not able to get really up close) and our driver dropped...More

1  Thank NIGELSWAFFER
Reviewed 18 April 2017

This area can be compared to the Washington Mall. You find a no-honking zone, widespread greenery, nice to look at buildings and just few people. It´s the complete opposite of old Dheli, and one can enjoy the tranquility and space. You can walk to the...More

1  Thank Manfred1973
Reviewed 17 April 2017

in our way to Indian Gate we saw Parliament Building , we were told it is not permitted to stop and walk even around the building due to security condition . anyhow it was a beautiful building far from the bus, no more.

Thank MohammadNejad
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