Recommendation by Lemi
From empty palaces to crumbling forts, Delhi has been home to India’s rulers. Rashtrapati Bhawan is the latest addition to Delhi’s royal residences. It was built during the British Occupation and designed by its foremost architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens. The building is a mix of European aesthetics and local design influences. Rashtraprati Bhawan houses the President of India in a spacious 340-room building replete with all that a head-of-state could need: reception halls, guest rooms, and offices. Roam the palatial grounds and revel in the refreshing atmosphere of the Mughal Gardens! Visits must be made by request through their online booking system.
Open today: 09:00-16:00
Rajpath, New Delhi, Delhi, India