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8 Nights / 9 Days Golden Triangle with Tiger and Birds Tour

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8 Nights / 9 Days North India wildlife with Agra –Jaipur Tour

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9 Nights / 10 Days Rajasthan With Taj And Varanasi

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9 Nights / 10 Days Tigers Tour with Golden Triangle & Ganges

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10 Nights / 11 Days Buddhist Pilgrimage with Taj Mahal

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10 Nights / 11 Days Golden Triangle With Majestic Kerala Tour

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11 Nights / 12 Days Rajasthan with Taj Mahal, Varanasi & Khajuraho Tour

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11 Nights / 12 Days Central India Tigers Trail with Taj Mahal Tour

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11 Nights / 12 Days Rajasthan with Agra & Khajuraho Tour

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11 Nights / 12 Days Golden Triangle with Beautiful Himalaya

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Destinations Covered : Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Shimla - Manali - Chandigarh - Delhi

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13 Nights / 14 Days Wildlife Adventure Tour in India

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13 nights 14 days rajasthan with taj and haridwar rishikesh tour

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13 nights 14 days golden triangle with rajasthan fort and palace tour

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13 Nights / 14 Days India Wildlife Heritage Tour

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14 nights 15 days golden triangle with srilanka maldives tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Agra » Jaipur » Colombo » Kandy » Nuwara Eliya » Horton Plains » Colombo » Maldives

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15 nights 16 days golden triangle with implausible north india tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Varanasi » Khajuraho » Agra » Jaipur » Bikaner » Jaisalmer » Jodhpur » Udaipur

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18 nights 19 days incredible royal rajasthan with taj mahal tour

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Agra Tour Package

Cities such as Agra are included in the main tourist centers of India and store many exciting places, historical monuments, and architectural masterpieces of the Mughal dynasty. The fabulous city of Agra is another gem of the Golden Triangle tour. The "Golden Triangle of India" excursion program covers central India's most famous and exciting cities. You won't find a more successful excursion program than the Golden Triangle. It is famous for one of the Seven Wonders of the World - the Taj Mahal. There is one fundamental reason thousands of tourists flock to Agra tourism: the Taj Mahal. But, beautiful and fascinating, this is not the city's only treasure.

About Agra

Accept Agra, what better place to spend a romantic vacation than the great testament of love, the Taj Mahal? Built by the desolate Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his late wife Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj Mahal's unparalleled beauty explains why it is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. A trip to India would not be complete without visiting this palace. Other essential places in Agra have also been declared World Heritage by UNESCO: the Red Fort of sandstone and Fatehpur Sikri.

It was the former capital of the Mughal Empire, which dominated much of the territory of India and Pakistan between the 16th and 18th centuries. It was led by lords who loved war and cultivated a taste for beauty. In the north of India, you will find the unique beauty of the city - of Agra. From 1528 to 1658, Agra was the capital of the Mughal Empire, and today the city attracts by the buildings of those days. Located in Uttar Pradesh, Agra is just 200 km from New Delhi and is easily accessible by plane, train, and road. This is the destination you should not miss on your trip to India.

Bit history of Agra

Around 1475 AD, tradition attributes the founding of the city of Agra to Raja Badal Singh. However, the mention of the Arabs in the Mahabharata suggests that she was the sister of Mathura, the founder. Sikander Lodi made this site his capital of him when the Lodis ruled North India.

With the arrival of the Muslims in 1526, led by Babar, Agra entered a new era, which has dramatically influenced our times. Agra reached its peak between 1556 and 1658 under the Muslim emperors Akbar, Jehangir, and Shah Jahan. Akbar created a great center of education, art, commerce, and culture. His successors built on the foundations he left. Most famous monuments, including the Taj Mahal, belong to this period when Agra was a beehive full of exceptionally high-rise building activity.

Agra, in India, is one of the most visited places in the north of the country. Here, we will give you many more ideas about what places to visit in Agra and what activities should not be missing from your list of things to do in Agra!

What to see in Agra?

Without a doubt, the Taj Mahal is the biggest tourist attraction in Agra, recognized throughout the world. But this city also hides other buildings and monuments that are worth seeing. We explain what to see in Agra:

Taj Mahal

The whole world knows… Agra is the Taj Mahal, and the Taj Mahal in Agra. The Taj Mahal is worth visiting Agra alone, a splendid place where you can get lost for at least a couple of hours, admiring one of the most beautiful monuments dedicated to love. The best times to visit it are certainly early in the morning or sunset. You will usually find fewer people in the morning, while the setting sun's colors make it enchanting.

Going around the back, you will see the Yamuna River, where small local boats can also take you on a scenic ride, admiring the mausoleum from the back for around two euros. The complex is closed on Fridays; you can take a rickshaw to take you inside, crossing the external gardens. Entry for foreigners costs around ten euros, you will be given a shoe cover, and we recommend that you wear clothing that covers your shoulders and knees.

Jama Masjid'

This Jama Masjid is located near Agra Fort and is surrounded by shops and shops. This mosque was built in the 17th century by Sultan Shah Jahan

The top is crowned with a marble dome with a unique carved pattern. The courtyard of the mosque in ancient times was destroyed by the British. The temple has inscriptions from the Koran on the walls and inlays of precious stones. On Fridays, mosques hold prayers for Muslims. In the center of the ancient temple is a reservoir for ablution. This mosque is essential for the Muslim community - a priceless relic of the Prophet Muhammad is kept here.

Mausoleum of Itmad-ud Daulah-The Baby Taj

This mausoleum was commissioned to be built by Empress Noor Jahan in honor of her father, Mirza Ghiyas Beg Vis. In addition to Mirza, his wife is buried in this tomb. It is known as the "Little Taj Mahal." It was built before the world's wonder, between 1622 and 1628, so Shah Jahan is said to have been inspired by it for his prized mausoleum.

It was the first building made entirely of marble in the Mughal style. It differs from the Taj Mahal and its size because of its walls. There is a combination of white marble inlaid with precious stones. This art is typical of this area of ??India, being an ancient technique.

Sikandra Temple

The Sikandra temple is a mausoleum like the Taj Mahal and the Baby Taj. It is the cenotaph of Emperor Akbar the Great. This temple was built between 1605 and 1613. The Emperor started it, but it was finished by his son Jahangir. In its design, the Sikandra Temple combines red colors typical of Akbar's time with the white marble that came into use later. It has four white minarets. Much importance is also given to details and geometry. The interior, however, does not have too many decorations.

The enclosure where it is located has spacious gardens that are usually full of deer and monkeys. One of the most beautiful buildings in Agra, but we recommend seeing it before the Taj Mahal to make it more impressive.

Agra Fort

This fort was built by Emperor Akbar, father of Shah Jahan, between 1565 and 1573. It combines beauty and functionality with Mughal style, mainly of red sandstone. The original idea was to be a defensive citadel, but it was eventually converted into a fortress palace. Inside the fort, you will find gardens, small palaces, and temples. Having been the residence of several sultans of the country, it is the most important fort to see in Agra and India.
From the Agra Fort, there are beautiful views of the Taj Mahal. It was here that Emperor Shah Jahan was imprisoned by his son when he betrayed him. His only request was to see his wife's mausoleum from the cell where he lived until her last days.

Moonlight Garden or Mehtab Bagh

The Moonlight Garden is a beautiful place that you have to see in Agra to finish visiting the Taj Mahal. According to various myths about the construction of the Taj Mahal, it is said that on the other side of the river from where the Taj Mahal is, the ground was being prepared to build another building the same but made of black marble and obsidian. This building represented the king's tomb, who built the Taj Mahal for his wife. For this reason, on the other side of the river from where the Taj Mahal is, you will see some beautiful gardens that, in my opinion, have the best views of the Taj Mahal. These gardens were the ones that were going to be used to decorate the new Taj Mahal in black for the king's tomb.

However, the heir to the throne, a son of the king, seeing that all the money in the town had run out in his wife's tomb and that the town was starving, decided to kill his father and stop the construction of the new Taj Mahal.

Rambach Park

The luxurious gardens five kilometers from the Taj Mahal amaze all its guests with their extraordinary beauty. The Mughal Emperor Babur built this ancient garden in the 16th century. It was called the "garden of scattered light." According to Indian legend, the future Emperor Akbar proposed to his wife at this place.

The entire garden is decorated in a unique and lively Persian feel. Abundant sunlight illuminates cozy gazebos, pavilions, expansive plants, and paved paths. In the center of the garden, there is a beautiful fountain and pond. Aqueducts flowed from it in different directions. The luxurious Indian garden resembles a natural paradise, where clear rivers flow. In ancient times, gardens were a favorite resting place for emperors and their guests.

What to do in Agra?

Now that you know what to see in Agra, let's go for the best activities in Agra! We tell you what experiences we recommend you live in your passage through the city.

1. At the Taj Mahal, enjoy the sunrise or sunset.

One of the images that many travelers do not want to miss is the sunrise or sunset from the Taj Mahal. There are two times of the day with a large influx of travelers, so it is advisable to be there with time to ensure that you can see it calmly. However, it would be best to remember that the Taj Mahal complex is enormous, so you can enjoy a certain calm to live this magical moment despite many people.

2. Enjoy the theatrical show about the history of the Taj Mahal

At the Kalakriti Cultural & Convention Center on Fatehabad Street, you can enjoy an evening of entertainment by watching a play about the history of the Taj Mahal, the Mohabbat, and the Taj. If you enjoy learning about the past of your places, this theatrical performance is for you.

3. Bollywood shows in India

The play, in musical format, is a fun and entertaining way to discover the origins of the construction of the Taj Mahal in the pure Bollywood style. The ticket includes a multilingual audio guide to follow the performance without problems.

4. Visit the local market.

The Kinari Bazaar is one of the most recognized markets in the city and occupies several streets of Agra. It is located near the Jama Masjid, an important mosque in the city. Like most Indian markets, this market is colorful and always full of people. During your visit to the Kinari Bazaar, you can buy all kinds of items: clothes and shoes to spices or jewelry. The perfect place to bring home an authentic souvenir of the country.

5. Local market in India

Another of the most popular markets in Agra is the Sadar Bazaar. It is pretty close to the Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal. Specifically, it is located next to the Agra Cantt railway station. There you can buy handicrafts or leather goods, among others. The market is open from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and is closed on Tuesdays.

6. R ride in a horse-drawn carriage to the Taj Mahal

If you want to enjoy an exclusive and different experience, you can take a ride in Tonga. Take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage until you reach the Taj Mahal complex. Tongas are colorful horse carts decorated with flowers and colorful clothes. Mounted on a horse cart, you can feel like the authentic Indian nobility and discover the most beautiful corners of the place until you reach the gates of one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

How to get around Agra?

Most likely, if you visit Agra, we will tell you how to get to Agra from these cities so that it is easy for you and you do not have any doubts:

Local transportations

Tourist buses and taxis can be hired in Agra for local visits and to communicate with other destinations. Both means of transport are arranged in agencies, both paying in cash and doing it later.

In taxi

Suppose you book a taxi to take you to the Taj Mahal or wherever you want, more expensive than the bus, costing around $----. However, it is an exciting option, since it allows you to avoid waiting and queues to travel freely.

By car

You can rent a car for about $--- a day to get around to the corners you want to explore, both in Agra and the surrounding area. There are various companies engaged in car rental in Agra. Some of them are as well known internationally as Avis.

Where to stay?

Accessibility is the main criterion for choosing a hotel in Agra. Taj Ganj is considered the most expensive area of ??Agra, located near the Taj Mahal. But if you try, even in such a place, you can find excellent and inexpensive guesthouses. It is unnecessary to book a room in advance because it is pretty customary to bargain with the owners of hotels, shops, etc.
In luxury hotels on Fatehabad Road, the cost of living will be much lower. The following can be highlighted among the budget options: Shanti Lodge, Hotel Shyam Palace, and Rahi Tourist Bungalow Hotel Agra.

Cost of living in Agra

Prices in Agra are usually low in the eyes of the conventional tourist. Stocking up on products at supermarkets like Vishal Mega Mart or Easyday is undoubtedly an excellent option. A dozen eggs costs, for example, around $---.
But if you want to buy clothes at the best price, the Subhash Bazaar is the best place. It is always better to buy handicrafts outside the monumental areas of the city, as it is straightforward to get them in places like Raja Ki Mandi or the Sadar bazaar.

Climate and weather

The climate of Agra city is humid tropical. From April to July, the daytime temperature can be 40-46 ° C, dropping to 30 ° C at night. The time of the most significant precipitation is from June to September. And it is better to go there in winter because it is warm and sunny during this period.

When to visit Agra?

When visiting any area of ??India, you always have to consider factors such as humidity or the rainy season since all of this could complicate your stay. Between November and March is when you will find the best conditions to schedule your trip. A dry climate, relatively low humidity, and fewer tourists in places like the Taj Mahal are conditions that favor visiting this city during those months.

  • Visitors should always wear long pants or skirts below the knee and shirts with sleeves when visiting a religious site.
  • Tipping in India is a preferred gesture as it makes up a significant part of many people's salaries.
  • Do not drink tap water bottle will be good for drinking...
  • October and February is the best time for the Agra tour.
  • India is considered a safe country for female travelers.

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