Tughluqabad Fort, New Delhi

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An attraction for the lovers of history and nature-enthusiasts, Tughluqabad Fort provides insight into the history of the third city of Delhi. See the stronghold with the remnants of the walls on desolate hills, stretching for over 6 km (3.7 mi). Built in 1321 by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq, the fort presented a massive stone fortification with sloping walls, parapets, and circular bastions. See the architectural style of Khalji still presenting itself from the ruins and the Ghiyathu'd-Din's tomb. Climb the fort and enjoy the sight from the walls. Stay alert for the monkeys. Make Tughluqabad Fort a centerpiece of your New Delhi vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our New Delhi trip tool .
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  • Great place!. Firstly, this is your chance to be in retreat, that Indian attractions. Secondly, you can wander through the remains of the ancient city, its underground labyrinths (caution, many bats!) I liked it so much! The impression of a much deeper than from the world-famous attractions of India. From my heart I wish you visit Taglikabad and feel like a pioneer! PI. Es: take with a bunch of bananas to the monkeys.
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  • You can feel vibrations from the past as you walk through the grounds of this walled fort of the Tugluk era. Unfortunately the ruins are real ruins - due to other more popular sights in Delhi this for...  more »
  • Built by Ghiyassuddin Tughlak in 1321. Neat and clean, well maintained fort in the outskirts. Guide can be taken for 100 bucks for an hour or two, from among the security people working there, to appr...  more »
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  • It is a good place to visit with family. It will give you a good historical touch. It is less crowded. You can enjoy a good time with your family and friends.Amazing place for visit with friends. But you can enjoy only if weather is good. And also not any service of water and food. Good place for photography.
  • Good place to have a visit and see the old fort. Now it's not in a good condition not even in fair, but wear sports shoes when coming here, Very lovely scenario and full nature's essence, Fort built on a High altitude with Underground tunnels connecting the Fort with Tomb on the other side. Never come here single always come along with friends/friend, colleagues. Not a good place to come with family. Come casually !
  • Old asi structure. Could have been maintained better. The area felt to be as if far away from the urban cityscape of Delhi. And a wall separates all the greenery from the concrete jungle. Was a really pleasant experience to go there and feel fresh air.
  • It is a historical place. The fort is in ruins. It's not well maintained like Red Fort. We've found teens playing inside the fort compound. However, several structures are still intact. One may find good views for taking images in several places inside the fort.
  • A calm and quiet place. Probably the best place for a casual outing. The fort is not well-maintained though. But if you want to have a good photoshoot, that's the perfect place for you.

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