Taj Mahal Agra


Agra is the city of the Taj Mahal. Where is Agra? Agra is situated in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which is 253 km/158 miles away from Delhi. Its terrain contributes to three UNESCO World Heritage habitats such as Taj Mahal, Agra Fort in the city, as well as Fatehpur Sikri just sited nearby. The district of Agra is appended by Mathura on the northern field, whereas Dolphur district of Rajasthan on the southern. The territory in total covers minimum up to four thousand twenty seven square kilometers and is subdivided into six tehsils of those which are Edmadpur, Agra, Kiraoli, Kheragarh, Fatehabad and Bah. There are also many other buildings and monuments long established within regions of Agra, primarily nominated as the capital of the Mughal Sovereignty. The city has little else to dispense to it due to the incurrence of the pollution that may cause inconvenience for some travelers. Although to culminate all the facts of how you can make your visit to India even more successfully, consider making your journey to the wondrous display of the Taj Mahal, and the rest of the magnificent places that will capture your attention in an instant. India’s Golden Triangle is what it takes to accumulate the best experience when travelling to north India.

Weather of Agra

The most appropriate time to travel to Agra and encompassing areas of the Golden Triangle such as Delhi or Jaipur is during the cooler and dry seasons between the months of November and March. Aside this period of time, the weather circumstances rapidly change, and may even become quite hot and humid. Although, to find your travelling experience more convenient whilst your stay in the city, it would rather be best for you to arrange your visit to Agra where the atmosphere is well air-conditioned i.e. cooler as compared to Jaipur and Delhi. But then a traveler is to visit and must visit all the places irrespective of the weather conditions to experience the diverse.

Travel to Agra

The service of the public transport in Agra is always available for the tourist to accommodate both of the needs and comfort of an individual. You can hire local cabs or even contact local travel agents via us. We can help you cater to your requirements while traveling to the great loved city Agra.

Now if you attempt to travel by airplane to reach your chosen destination which is Agra, you can certainly find the nearest Airport which is located approximately 7 km/4 miles away from the central city where along the Delhi, Agra and Varanasi route is a conspicuous stop, operated by Indian Airlines. Whether you are traveling internationally or within India, if you have budget constraints we can cater to you as per your requirements.

The other transportation which can be simply used to your personal utility is the trains to get around the city of India without any complexity. Located on the south-western side of the Agra Fort and the famous Taj Mahal, the Cantonment station (Cantt) is a prominent station along Delhi towards Mumbai line. Multiple number of trains regularly peregrinate to cities around India, with the main destinations including Delhi (around three hours of journey), and Jaipur (four hours). Remember to take super-fast Bhopal Shatabdi (Shatabdi Express) to your advantage, which is in fact the fastest train in the whole of India. Cheap to luxurious car hire, buses, taxis are also at one’s disposal.

There are multiple places to visit in Agra during their stay and those are the following:

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal also called “Le Taj Mahal” is regarded to be one of the “seven wonders of the world”, and significant number of Western historians have designated that its architectural beauty until now has not been transcended, and therefore is considerably the most spectacular monument constituted by Mughals, and the Muslim residents in India. Its stunning symmetry of the venue is beyond the adequate description, particularly at dawn and sunset. And the glow of the light in the Taj Mahal upon the full moon is absolutely breath-taking. In the vague mornings, the visitors experience Taj as if suspended whilst inspected from across the Jamuna River. It would be a privilege for those who schedule their travel to India and gain an interest to visit Taj Mahal.


Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb is perceived to have galvanized the design of the Taj Mahal with its carvings and marble embellishment. Construction of the mausoleum was commissioned by the Mughal Dynasty Empress, Nur Jahan as a tomb for her father Mirza Ghiyas Beg. It was build between 1622 and 1628, four years before invention of the Taj had taken place. The structure definitely reminds its semblance as a small version of the Taj Mahal in many aspects. It is formed in Mughal style architecture which was very prevalent during this period. Although not visited as much as the Taj, Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb is certainly one of Agra’s vital landmarks and is worth a visit.

Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri was inherited by the Dictator of Mughal that environs around 35 km of distance away from Agra, where his capital has now been established for the term of 12 years. Since its abandonment, the field was later transformed into the exhibition of a number of historical buildings symbolizing a significant importance, a World Heritage Site, and often visited by tourists.

Visit Agra

Tourist from all over the globe gather their family and friends for their journey to Agra to gain more experience of this beautiful city, which after all is one of the most famous tourist spots in the Northern India. Tourists who have visited Agra have had the memorable experiences and spread the word around. Travelers from all around the world are welcomed to Agra. Agra has all the budget hotels to luxury suits to cater all requirements. Many travelers prefer going to Delhi first and then going on a day 1-3 day trip to Agra. You can contact us for all your requirements we will get you connected to the best travel expert in the region of Agra. Another highlight of our guided tours are the India’s Golden Triangle tour, which consists of the tour from Delhi to Agra and from Agra to Jaipur and then back to Delhi. You can contact us for the same "here".