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This itinerary is ideal for those who wish to see the Taj Mahal, the world's eighth wonder, in a short amount of time. The most significant aspect of this tour is that it brings you to the Taj Mahal, where you will have sufficient chance to enjoy this world-famous architectural marvel. The journey continues with a visit to the magnificent Agra Fort, from where one can get a spectacular view of the Taj Mahal, which is located across the Yamuna River.

Half Day Tours in Agra

Agra Heritage Walking Tour
Half Day Tours, Agra
19.00 USD / Person
Rating 10 Reviews
Ahmedabad City Tour Including Traditional Gujarati Breakfast and Tuk-Tuk Ride
Half Day Tours, Agra
14.57 USD / Person
Rating 22 Reviews
Half Day Fatehpur Sikri Tour
Half Day Tours, Agra
54.00 USD / Person
Rating 9 Reviews
Half Day Fatehpur Sikri Tour (Total Duration: 4 hrs 0 min )
Half Day Tours, Agra
50.00 USD / Person
Rating 7 Reviews
Half Day Taj Mahal and Agra Fort (Total Duration: 4 hrs 0 min )
Half Day Tours, Agra
86.00 USD / Person
Rating 14 Reviews
Half Day Visit to Taj Mahal
Half Day Tours, Agra
29.00 USD / Person
Rating 15 Reviews
Old Agra Private Walking Tour
Half Day Tours, Agra
23.00 USD / Person
Rating 20 Reviews

More About Agra Tourism

Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is a showcase edifice of superb Mughal craftsmanship and is one of the major tourist attractions in Agra. It was constructed under Shah Jahan's patronage as a tribute to his beloved wife Arjumand Bano Begum. Her remains is interred in the Taj Mahal's crypt.

This structure's designs are influenced by Persian and Mughal architecture. The tomb, which is a massive edifice built entirely of marble, is the focal point of the edifice. Another is the Agra Fort, commonly known as the Red Fort, which was built in the 16th century.

It is located near the Taj Mahal's gardens. Agra Fort is made of red sandstone and has walls that stretch for at least two kilometres. There are numerous magnificent palaces within, including Jahangir Palace and Khas Palace. The magnificent hall of audiences, known as the Diwan-i-Khas, is located here. A handful of spectacular mosques may also be seen on the premises.

People Also Ask About Agra

  1. How to reach Agra?

    Agra is connected by air to Varanasi, Delhi, and Khajuraho. It also receives a number of stopover flights from India's main cities. The Kheria Airport in Agra is around 12.5 kilometers from the city center, and taxis are readily available to transport passengers from the airport to the city.

    The Agra Cantonment, Raja-ki-Mandi, Agra Fort, and Idgah Agra Junction are the four main railway stations in Agra.

    By bus, Agra is linked to important cities including Delhi, Jaipur, Lucknow, and Gwalior.

  2. What is the best time to visit Agra?

    The best time to visit Agra is from November to March. The weather is good, with temperatures ranging from 25 to 32°F. This is also the city's busiest tourist season, thus accommodation rates will be higher than usual.

    April to October: The weather is normally fairly hot throughout this time, with temperatures ranging from 35 to 45 degrees. The month of May is the warmest in Agra, with temperatures reaching 45 degrees. In July and August, the monsoons arrive in Agra, bringing with them a sharp dip in temperature and heavy rainfall. The average maximum temperature, though, stays around 40 degrees. Because it is not peak season, hotel prices will be lower.

  3. What are some of the must visit places in Agra?

    ???????In Agra, there are several historic sites to see, including:

    • The Taj Mahal
    • Agra Fort
    • Akbar’s tomb
    • Jama Masjid
    • Fatehpur Sikri
    • Itmad-ud-daulah’s tomb
    • Sheesh Mahal
    • Moti Masjid
  4. How to commute in the city?

    The autorickshaw is the most convenient means of transportation. The prepaid autorickshaw kiosk is located just outside Agra Cantt Station and provides a fantastic guide for seeing the city. Before getting into the rickshaw, always agree on the fee.

    Autorickshaws are not permitted to enter Fatehpur Sikri.

  5. How far is Fatehpur Sikri from Taj Mahal?

    Fatehpur Sikri is about 45 kilometers from the Taj Mahal and takes around 1.5 hours to get by the vehicle.

  6. What are some must carry things to keep in mind while travelling to Agra?

    • November – February: It is cold during this time, especially early morning and evening, temperature hovers between 10 to 30 degrees. It is advised to carry warm clothes like shawls, jackets, socks, and woolen sweaters. During the day, if it’s sunny a half sweater or jacket should do.
    • March – June: This is the summer season and it can get very hot. Hence, travelers are advised to wear light, bright clothes and carry suntan lotions and a hat.
    • July – October: July is the beginning of the monsoon, so it’s better to keep an umbrella or a windcheater handy. Crocs, slippers are best for walking.