Agra is world-widely famous for Taj Mahal and innumerable tourists from all over the globe come here, every year to witness this India’s proudest representative of the Seven Wonders of the World. Since Agra was the seat of the great Mughal rulers for so many years, the city is also a sneak peek into the architectural history with other iconic monuments such as Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, dating back to 16th and 17th century. History, architecture, and romance, all together create the magic of Agra which is almost the lifeline of Indian Tourism. Apart from its monuments, the city is also rich in culture and has some exciting stuff for foodies – including the Agra’s famous Petha and amazing Chaat and Lassi.

Best Time to visit: October to March
  • Buland Darwaza
    Buland Darwaza

    Buland Darwaza located in Fatehpur Sikri is the mammoth doorway built by Akbar. This 40 metres high loft gateway is personification of structural beauty and is built in red stone. This exquisite architectural astonishment is really an attention-grabbing view for travellers and tourists.

  • Fatehpur Sikri
    Fatehpur Sikri

    Fatehpur Sikri was constructed by Mughal Emperor Akbar. It is a world heritage site declared by UNESCO and is bounded on three sides by a 6 km long wall, which is fortified by towers and has seven gates. It offers a unique example of architectural ensembles of excellence in construction.

  • Taj Mahal
    Taj Mahal

    One of the Seven wonders in the world, Taj Mahal is situated majestically in Agra. It is much-admired as one of the three World Heritage Sites in Agra and is the living specimen of love. Sheer poetry in marble, majesty and magnificence, unrivalled the Taj Mahal is the only one of its kind across the world. Its stunning architectural beauty is beyond adequate description, particularly at dawn and sunset. The Taj seems to glow in the light of the full moon. A must see place for every visitor.

  • Chini Ka Rauza
    Chini Ka Rauza

    Chini Ka Rauza is situated near Taj Mahal .The most striking tiles used in the ceiling of the sepulchre gives it this recognition. This tomb is dedicated to the Prime Minister of Mughal dynasty is another model of Islamic architecture.

  • Red Fort
    Red Fort

    The Red Fort or Agra Fort is located near the Taj Mahal gardens on the banks of River Yamuna. It is a colossal monument and the signature of architectural marvel. Besides being one of the most visited buildings it also represents the planning excellence.

  • Jama Masjid
    Jama Masjid

    The Jama Masjid is among the largest mosques in Agra. One of the optimum example of Indian architecture. It is also distinguished for the absence of minarets and furthermore for the attractive tomb.

ITC Mughal Hotel | Taj Ganj, Agra 282001
+91 141 5100100

Pinch of Spice
1076/2, Fatehabad Road, | Opposite Hotel ITC Mughal, Agra 282001
+91 562 4045252

Bon Barbecue Restaurant
Fatehabad Road | 3A-3B Phase 1, Parador Hotel, Taj Nagri, Tajganj, Agra 282001
+91 562 4023939

Green Park Restaurant
Fatahbad Road | Near Ganpati Textile Emporium, Agra 282001
+91 9837166703

Taj East Gate Road | The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra 282001
+91 562 2231515

Joney's Place
Taj Ganj, Agra 282001
+91 9358183787

Cafe Sheroes Hangout

Fatehabad Road | Opposite the Gateway Hotel, Agra 282001
+91 562 4000401

Pind Balluchi Agra
Fatehbad Road Agra | Opp Saga Emporium, Agra 282001
+91 562 6534777
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  • John Swift, United Kingdom

    Dear Harsh,

    Thank you very much for your very efficient organisation of our tours in Delhi and Agra last week.  Everything worked perfectly and the guides and the drivers were excellent.

    Best Regards


  • Nigel Carter, United Kingdom


    Many thanks for your arrangements for this trip and for the reservation at the Sheraton at Four Points. Regrettably, and as you perhaps predicted, no tigers or elephants on the safari, but spotted deer, mongoose and monkeys! Accommodation interesting to say the least, but hospitality and food very good and an immaculately kept premise – I saw only one beastie in the sink!>

    O a more practical note, it occurred to me during the car journey that, had there been an accident and the driver incapacitated for any reason, I would have had no idea about contacting emergency services or taking any other action. Could I suggest that, for the future, the paperwork includes a short note giving national or regional emergency numbers for the fire, police and medical services? Just a thought.The Swifts were, I understand, delighted with their excursion to Agra, so thank you for helping.

    Many thanks

    Always happy to give you a reference.

    Kind regards

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