Well-recognized for “Taj Mahal
” a mausoleum which is still a mystery for history lovers, Agra invites you to see and enjoy its beauty which is wrapped in white marble. The city is sited on the bank of river Yamuna and packed with superb sightseeing like Taj Mahal built by Mughal Emperor “Shahjahan” in the memory of his lovely wife Mumtaz, Agra Fort
another interesting structure of Mughals and I’timad-ud-Daulah a mausoleum often described as a “jewel box” is also called Baby Taj and others. The trip will give you a mesmerizing experience that you will never forget in your life. After exploring the attractions of this beautiful city, visit Sikandra Fort while returning to Delhi.
Tomb Sikandra Fort:
Built somewhere in-between 1555-1605, the fort was the thought of the third Mughal Emperor Akbar. It is an attractively etched Tomb with complex specifying and contains red-colored sandstone, which gives a rich appearance to it. The fort a massive structure, meaningfully signifying the Emperor's open and developed thought is included in Sikandra
- Delhi to Agra Same Day Tour
. The tomb is one of the great examples of Indo-Muslim Architectures. It stands in the midst of a lush green garden which is bordered by all sides of lofty walls.
Best time to visit:
October to March: The perfect time to travel the city in-between autumn and winter. During this time the climate is delightful and best for sightseeing.
August to October: August shows the starting of monsoon in the city and a right time to experience Taj taking shower in rain.
April to July: Starting of summer and it raises the temperatures, perfect to stay away from the crowds and get good deals on hotels to stay.
How to Reach:
Air: Kheria airport military air base also acts as a regular commercial airport and is linked only by Air India flights from the capital.
Bus: Agra is well linked by road to various cities and regular buses are operated by the state government to reach nearby cities like Delhi, Jaipur, Kanpur, etc.
Train: There are regular trains are available from different parts of India to reach the city. Agra is well connected to many cities.