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A heritage walking tour exploring the streets, the architecture and the religious harmony of Old Agra which predates the foundation of Delhi and Lucknow. The tour is led by an specialised guide and includes a rickshaw along with local interactions...more
Hours Today: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Next to Hotel Gateway, Fatehabad Raod | Travel Bureau, Agra 282001, India
Very amazing trip. We visited a park which offered beautiful taj mahal view. Afterwards we went to a market where Amit show all kind of different shops (spicy, clothes, money necklaces (!)...) and gave great explanation. 5 points :D
We don't know what our tour was called so we'll describe it: Sheroes Hangout for lunch, Agra Fort, Agra old market, moonlight garden (Taj Mahal from 'the back'), Agra cantonment area market. Next day we went to Taj Mahal at 6am then on to Fatehpur...More
We had the opportunity to see Taj Mahal during sunset from the Jamuna river first, passing through the beautiful gardens, and later to had a rickshaw and walking tour through the hustle bustle bazaar of Agra. It was funny and very interesting at the same...More
I wanted to see the “real” Agra behind the more usual touristy attractions and I was very happy with my choice to go on a walking tour with Agra Walk with my guide for the night, Amit Sengar.
I would say that every step of...More
Today we went for a walking tour in Agra with Agra walks and our fantastic guide Gautam Pratap. He is very well prepared and speaks a perfect English. He took us sightseeing and then to the Bazaar. With him it was a really interesting and...More
Maybe because it was on Monday, so a lot of the marketshops were closed, maybe it was because I had too high expectations ( which, in my opinion, is allowed when paying iR 2500 a person), but this was a bit disappointing. The drive to...More
Our hosts Suyash & Megha Gupta gave us a warm welcome upon arrival. Traditional clothing and plenty of paint, water balloons and pistols, whistles and flares were provided for the celebration. All nationalise in attendance were encouraged to mix together and make new friends. Swiss,...More
Started with rickshaw past the Fort then walk around the market visiting the mosque and Hindu temple. Guide was brilliant, funny and helpful. No hassle from anyone and no expectations to buy anything. Finished at a streetside joint for some local veggie treats. Would thoroughly...More