Places to visit in Agra

Top Things to Do in Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Places to Visit in Agra

Top Attractions in Agra


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  • Ananya Tengku Putih
    Shah Alam, Malaysia1 contribution
    I loved the wonderful Taj Mahal which is constraint of white marble. It took 20 years to build it by shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal as there was shortage of machines and shah Jahan compassionately construction the Taj Mahal for Mumtaz Mahal as a tomb highlighting the beautiful country of India. Would recommend this place. Kudos to Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal for constructing the Taj Mahal next to Yamuna river which dated back in C.1600 ad
    Written 28 September 2022
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  • Sheena
    London, UK3 contributions
    The architecture of the fort reflects the 3 major dynasties. This fort is well known for pride, power and resilience since ancient time. This fort resembles the lavish life of Mughals. The fort is constructed with the elite elements like Belgian glass and premium sandstone etc. T
    Written 23 September 2022
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  • J S
    The Hague, The Netherlands1 contribution
    We visited the elephant sanctuary only, but would have definitely visited the bear sanctuary as well if we would have had more time. It was such a great experience to see the animals and witnes the care and compassion the team there provides to these intelligent and emphatic animals.
    Written 6 September 2022
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  • Madhulika L
    Noida, India4,243 contributions
    This somewhat ridiculous nickname - the 'Baby Taj' - really does not describe the beauty of this exquisite little mausoleum on the eastern bank of the Yamuna. The first Mughal tomb to be built of white marble, this beautiful tomb was constructed by the Empress Noorjehan between 1622-28 CE, for her father Ghiyas Begh 'Itmad-ud-Daulah' (a title meaning 'pillar of the state'). It is believed that, along with the Tomb of Humayun in Delhi, this was one of the precursors of the Taj Mahal.

    Tickets for Itmad-ud-Daulah cost Rs 20 per adult (Indian); children up to twelve go free. You buy tickets at the gate, then walk up to the main gate of the monument, a magnificent structure of red sandstone covered with white marble pietra dura inlay. Through this gate, and you enter a typical Mughal charbagh, a square garden bisected by water channels (currently dry), with the mausoleum sitting in the middle, where the channels meet. Like the gate through which you entered, there are similar gates in the centre of each of the walls forming the boundary of the charbagh. The fourth gate, beyond the tomb, is the river gate, a pavilion offering a great view of the Yamuna.

    You have to take off your shoes (there's a rack in one corner) to climb up to the platform (there are steps, but also a ramp, so it's wheelchair accessible). The tomb is stunning, lots of lovely inlay work, paintings, and even some carved white marble.
    Written 1 September 2022
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  • Vipul
    1 contribution
    Their number has changed
    +9182660 88935.
    All ppl requesting for updated number may pls take a note of new number.
    Written 1 December 2020
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  • nahidau
    Mumbai, India16 contributions
    History, art and culture full of interesting stories of the Mughal era. Lovely pictures to take besides the interesting stories and art!
    Written 11 November 2020
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  • deejay90210
    New Delhi, India1,810 contributions
    Great views of the Taj without any crowds. But the park has poor access. Parking is bit far, you might want to take a battery operated rickshaw. Park is poorly maintained. A wasted opportunity
    Written 5 January 2022
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  • Lucas H
    1 contribution
    Super kindly attention and high quality products! Recommended if you want to bring with you some good gifts.
    Written 25 September 2022
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  • DP1066
    Hastings, UK640 contributions
    We were taken here for a demonstration of marble inlay work. It was interesting to see how this was done and we were then given the opportunity to buy a piece, shipping included.
    Written 25 March 2020
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  • GaurAgar
    Lucknow District, India192 contributions
    Dayal Bagh seemed a welcome change- a Remarkably calm and peaceful oasis in midst of madness of the bustling city of Agra. The newly completed temple is worth a visit
    Written 26 November 2018
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  • Dave
    4 contributions
    Welcoming to non-Sikhs who are interested to visit. Interesting, calm spiritual place and free food is given to all who visit.
    Written 17 February 2020
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  • Madhulika L
    Noida, India4,243 contributions
    Akbar had built several palaces in the Agra Fort, and his son and successor Jahangir had added to them. These comprise the Jahangiri Mahal and Akbari Mahal, both approached through a beautiful gate decorated with red sandstone and yellow dholpur stone. The palaces inside are small, made almost completely of red sandstone, very intricately carved, and with some traces of beautiful painted and incised plaster.

    The Agra Fort ticket, Rs 35 per Indian adult, covers these palaces. An interesting artefact just outside the gate here is Jahangir's bath tub, shaped like a giant tea cup with rough steps on the side to climb in.
    Written 1 September 2022
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  • Madhulika L
    Noida, India4,243 contributions
    The precursor to the Diwan-e-Aam at Delhi's Red Fort, this one is a massive pillared pavilion, fronted by a large garden. This was where the emperor would meet the general public, so to say: ambassadors, people offering tributes and gifts, people beating petitions, and people he was rewarding. In addition, horses or elephants were paraded here before the emperor, among other more showy elements of state.

    The pillared hall is fairly bare, but the white marble throne area has some lovely inlay work. In front of the Diwan-e-Aam, in two separate enclosures of their own, are remnants of British rule in India: a British cannon, and the tomb of John Russell Colvin, lieutenant governor of the North-Western Provinces, who died of cholera in 1857.
    Written 1 September 2022
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  • Russell
    Melbourne, Australia753 contributions
    My wife and I visited the Jama Masjid as part of a Golden Triangle tour with the TripaDeal group in February.

    It was very interesting, but you must remove your shoes, women have to wear long gowns and men, if wearing shorts, have to wear a "wrap". These are hired at the entrance.

    It has very interesting architecture and was very busy, with a few different entrances.

    Well worth visiting the largest mosque in India.
    Written 14 March 2020
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  • 832vgs
    New Delhi, India1,373 contributions
    Shri Mankameshwar Temple in Agra is one of the ancient temples devoted to Lord Shiva and is located close to Agra Fort Railway Station. One has to descend a few stairs to reach the sanctum sanctorum. Devotees require to be in traditional Indian dress such as Dhoti or Saree to enter the Sanctum. It is said that the Shiva Linga is covered by silver metal and was founded by the Lord Himself during Dwapara era. A must go for every devotee visiting the city.
    Written 22 August 2019
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