1. Located in the centre of Delhi, it echoes the landmark Indian Gate; 2. The so-called "Presidential Palace" is not only a single building, but a heritage-class building with Indo-European style; 3. Free visits, but only a location on foot, blocked by guards armed with live ammunition.
Presidential Palace (The Rashtrapati Bhavan), on the west side of Ral pat Avenue, and the Indian Gate of Delhi on the east. The Presidential Palace is a magnificent palace-style building with magnificent auditoriums, banquet halls and libraries, as well as numerous fountain pools and pavilions. The parliament building in the north of Shandong Province and the Indian Gate in the Prince's Park are also magnificent buildings. Unfortunately, we went near the evening, a little backlighting, the presidential palace front shooting is not ideal. You can't visit the presidential palace.
During the Spring Festival of 19 years, I decided to go to India and chose to travel with a group based on the legendary security considerations. India is still very poor and dirty, but the hygiene and safety of group tours are guaranteed. There may be foreign affairs. Road closure can only be seen in the long run.
The scenery is good. It's worth visiting and admiring the great revolutionaries and experiencing the folk culture at that time.
The presidential palace should be considered a better building in Delhi. Like presidential palaces in other countries, buildings should be grand and solemn. The presidential palace in Delhi can still count. The administration in front of the presidential palace is as strict as that in front of it, but it is much worse than that in our country. There is no parking space, it can only drive all the time, but the guards are not bad. It means I'm here to take pictures and allow me to stop temporarily for two minutes.
The presidential palace is not allowed to enter. It can only take pictures outside. It is opposite to the Indian Gate. But the whole road is very long and wide. There are some soldiers nearby. But the public security is still normal. There are a lot of bumper drivers here. The main safety is!
The presidential palace area can't be parked, but the tour guide will meet our photographic needs, let the bus drive slowly, and circle around for several weeks, enough time for us to take pictures. There are not many pedestrians on the surrounding roads. The sanitary environment in this area is better. I hope to visit it on foot next time.
As the political center of India, New Delhi has many government agencies. On Prince Street of New Delhi, there are presidential palace and parliament building. The presidential palace is a huge palace and garden with a huge area and no parking is allowed in front of the door.
The buildings here are very atmospheric and clean. There's a European feeling, not like the mess around.