Agra Sightseeing Tour
Agra holds an important place in history as it is home to many architectural wonders since the Mughal Era. If we have a look back in the ancient period, you can feel that Agra has the reference as far as the Mahabharata has. Today this fascinating land still has traces of the golden era. Agra is the most visited Indian city which is also a part of the Golden Triangle Tour. Tourists from all over India visit the city on Delhi Agra Jaipur Tour. It has its worth due to many magnificent places such as Taj Mahal Epitome of love, Tomb of Mirza Ghiyasbeg, Jahangir’s palace in Agra sightseeing.
It offers an urban landscape filled with lavishing sights and impressions. Modern luxuries are also available to visitors, delivering a wonderful balance of the finest and newfangled amongst the city’s beautiful settings. Agra is famous for its sweets, namely Agra ka Petha which are delicious having a real treat for your taste buds. The beautiful sights across the markets will capture your attention.
Famous Places to Visit in Agra:
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal is the architectural wonders of the Mughal Era. It is the best time to visit the Mausoleum during the morning hours when the milky-white marvel basks in refreshing sunrise. It is going to create a majestic view with the mixing of nature. The monument was constructed by the emperor Shah Jahan, in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The night view of the Taj Mahal is believed to come alive in all its grandeur on full moonlit nights.
Red Fort is the second most popular place in Agra after the Taj Mahal. You can also get a glimpse of the Taj Mahal from the Red Fort. This red sandstone emits power and pretension. The fort is bounded by seventy feet high walls on all three sides. On the inside of the fort, the high walls are lined 40 feet deeper. The fort remains open from sunrise to sunset with free entry allowed every Friday. You can enjoy a light and sound show at the fortress in the evening which can be experienced here.
Tomb of Itimad Ud Daulah
This place is said as the daft complex of the Taj Mahal. You can see the similarities in the tomb. The tomb is surrounded by beautiful gardens which make the place very scenic. Itmad Ud Daulah is also known as the “Baby Taj”. This two-storied structure, though smaller in size compared to the other humongous Mughal architectural wonders. This monument also has certain features that are heavily influenced by Persian architecture.
Any Agra Tour is incomplete without visiting Fatehpur Sikri if you miss out on exploring the gem of a township. This town is located around 6 kilometers away from central Agra was built in the year 1569 on the orders of Mughal Emperor Akbar. At Fatehpur Sikri during the sunset and sunrise, the turrets and domes create shadows and silhouette against the copper-red sky which truly is an inspirational scene for a painter’s canvas or the visitor’s eyes.
|Car model/ Suv/ Tempo/ Bus||Per km fare||Driver night|
|Suzuki Dzire||Rs 9||Rs 200|
|Toyota Etios||Rs 9-10||Rs 200|
|Toyota Innova||Rs 11||Rs 200|
|Toyota Crysta||Rs 13||Rs 200|
|Toyota Fortuner||Rs 25||Rs 300|
|Tempo Traveller||Rs 16-20||Rs 300|
|Taj Mahal||08:00 AM to 12:00 PM|
|Indians INR 50/-, Foreigners INR 1100/-|
|Red Fort||06:00 AM to 06:00 PM||Indians INR 50/-, Foreigners INR 650/-|
|Tomb of Itmad-Ud-Daulah||08:00 AM to 12:00 PM||Indians INR 30/-, Foreigners INR 310/-|
|Fatehpur Sikri||06:00 AM to 06:00 PM||Indians INR 50/-, Foreigners INR 610/-|
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