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skagarwal74 wrote a review Yesterday
Bhopal, India1,243 contributions525 helpful votes
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Qutub Minar is a good place to visit and spend about half a day. Qutub minar metro is about 1.5 km away and Saket is slightly more. Share autos are available between metro and the monument. There is ample car parking space near the gate. The tickets can be obtained through counter or also can be done through online through paytm. It asks for name, ID number and phone number. The online ticket is a bar code obtained on mobille which is scanned at the machine at the entry gate. Bags are not allowed inside except for water bottle. Same must be deposited near ticket counters. Small fee is charged and token is given for deposited bags. Qutub minar is of course wonderful but premises also houses iron pillar, Alai Minar, Alai darwaza and a big lawn. Basic snacks etc are available outside the premises after exit only. Overall its a good outdoor activity specially during winters.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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enigmatic1989 wrote a review 18 Jan.
National Capital Territory of Delhi, India282 contributions33 helpful votes
This monument located in South Delhi is one of the few architectural monuments to survive the beating of time and now is under the protection of ASI. This place has a lots of history even in its ruins dating back to 12th century. Though, it is not permitted to enter the monument now (to prevent it from damage and to avoid possibility of fatal accidents), it's still a worthy spectacle if you haven't been here before. The entry ticket is very cheap, though you have to buy it online only post-covid. We were lucky enough to find a guide who showed us all the major points and the history behind them. Since, being a delhite, I haven't been here even once, this was definitely a great experience.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Namesake80 wrote a review 10 Jan.
Gurgaon, Haryana, India36 contributions26 helpful votes
This is a must visit place if you are in Delhi, a cultural heritage. Govt is taking good care of the area. Easily accessible, area is neat and clean.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Urmila wrote a review 8 Jan.
Gurgaon District, India9 contributions
Nice historical place to see and understand history and archeological building . Must see place but need to be clean surroundings.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Shirin wrote a review 7 Jan.
Malaysia9 contributions
Monument itself is full of greatness and history. you can just go there and either you walk and experience the place and see the history and beauty or just walk there and see the history... Well there are guides who are present there but you have to negotiate the rates and price. overall place is amazing. Worth to watch.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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