If you have seen Red Fort (Laal Quila) so far only in TV during the Independence Day’s parade, then here’s your chance to see it in real. A glowing example of architectural superiority of Mughal era, the hotbed of Indian politics, a photographer’s dream- Red Fort is all rolled into one and many more. Before planning your schedule with one of the tour operators in Delhi- you must exclude Sunday as the day of your visiting Red Fort, because the place gathers maximum crowd on that day. The construction of Red Fort started in the year 1638 by Emperor Shah Jahan. Since then, this fort observed the most important parts of Indian history under Mughal as well as British regime. That it was from Red Fort, Kohinoor diamond was looted– should be the reason enough to visit it during your Delhi Agra tour. On any given day, the security there is pretty high. Once you entered into the premise of Red Fort, get ready to be pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness of the whole area. Though some places are restricted for the common public to visit- the ornamented walls, the various gates and mahals are sufficient to make up for it. Once you are done with visiting Diwan-i-Khas, Delhi Gate, Moti Masjid, Hira Mahal and other such wonders that Red Fort has to offer, do visit the Freedom Struggle Museum also. Lastly, your sojourn with Laal Quila shall be incomplete if you don’t wait to see the spectacular light-and-sound show during the evening.