Purchase of tickets through cashless transactions will cost you less while visiting historical monuments across the country.
To boost the cashless transaction, the Ministry of Culture has notified new rules making entry tickets cheaper for domestic and foreign tourists to monuments protected by Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).
As per new tariff rules, there would be 12 to 30 percent rebate per ticket in digital payment.
The ASI has increased the entry ticket price of 17 protected monuments, including six world heritage sites at Agra and Delhi. For B category monuments, the entry fee has been increased from Rs 15 to 25 for domestic tourists while Rs 200 to 300 for foreigners.
As per the notification, there would be 30 percent rebate in cashless payment for entry in Delhi's Red Fort for domestic tourists.