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419, Esplande Road , Opposite Red Fort 110006 Delhi India
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Description Tara Palace
Tara Palace is a budget hotel in the heart of Old Delhi, close to the markets of Chandni Chowk and opposite the Red Fort. Connaught Place is approximately 3 km away and can be reached by Metro, bus or taxi.
The hotel has 33 rooms which all have marble floors, en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, TV, telephone, internet access and ceiling fan.
The hotel's restaurant offers 24 hour service both in the restaurant and for in-room dining. The roof terrace offers views over the old city with highlights including the Red Fort, Jama Masjid and Chandni Chowk.
The hotel offers free pick-up from the International Airport if flight details are provided in advance. Breakfast is also included in all room rates. Services available include money exchange, safe deposit box, laundry, parking and car rental.
The hotel's travel agency - Tara Travels - can assist with travel and tour arrangements including booking train and air tickets, arranging car and driver and planning made-to-measure tours.
The 16th Century Agra Fort is also known as the Red Fort or by it's Hindi name 'Lal Qila' and stands in the city of Agra overlooking the river Yamuna on the opposite bank to the Taj Mahal. Six of the Mughal emperors - Babur, Humayun, Akbar, Jehangir, Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb - lived in the fort, from which they governed their empire. Although an earlier fort had been on the site for many centuries, it was Emperor Akbar who order it to be rebuilt in the red sandstone that gives it the name Red Fort. Akbar's grandson, Shahjahan, lived in the Fort whilst supervising the construction of the Taj Mahal, the mausoleum to his much-loved wife, Mumtaz. He was later incarcerated in the Fort by his son Aurangzeb as punishment for wasting so much money on the Taj. The Red Fort is included on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites for its cultural and architectural importance.
Fatehpur Sikri ist eine Stadt im Bundesstaat Uttar Pradesh in Indien. Die Stadt, die 40 Kilometer südwestlich von Agra gelegen ist, hat circa 30.500 Einwohnern und ist ebenfalls die ehemalige Hauptstadt des Mogulreiches. Viele der Baudenkmäler der Stadt stehen unter Schutz der UNESCO und gehören zum Weltkulturerbe der Menschheit.