Taj Mahal


171 m

STD Code


Best Season

October to March




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Agra Travel Guide

Whenever we think of Agra, the Taj Mahal automatically comes to our mind. There is a world beyond this magnificent monument. That provides immense fuel for sightseeing activities taking place in Agra.

There are multiple Mughal era buildings, forts and monuments in Agra. They have a strong historical heritage both in the city of Agra and the adjoining suburbs. Agra basically forms a part of the Golden Triangle with the cities of Delhi and Jaipur. It has a strong fervour of the old with a modern touch too.

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Best Tourists Places In Agra



The entire world knows about this seventh wonder of the world. The Taj Mahal stands tall at the south bank of the river Yamuna. Taj Mahal is known to be the ‘icon of love.’ It is one of the most popular places to visit in Agra for tourists. It is considered to be the epitome of the Mughal Empire’s Architecture. It is believed that this ivory-white marble mausoleum was built by Shah Jahan for his favourite beloved wife Mumtaz. The monument has the tombs of the king and queen lying.
Taj Mahal has also been positioned as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for being a masterpiece that is recognized all over the world. The spectacular architecture and alluring designs will surely take you to the historic times and will leave you wondering.


Agra Fort is considered to be one of the most significant forts during the Mughal period. It is one of the best places to explore in Agra today. King Akbar the great called this fort his home throughout his reign in 1605.
Agra Fort is also positioned as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once you’ll visit this place, history will surely unfold in front of your eyes. The fort is having the best architecture belonging to the historic Mughal times.


Fatehpur Sikri is a town in the Agra district. It was once the capital of the Mughal empire in earlier years. The site was built and established by Akbar and later got abandoned in 1610. Just like many other tourist places in Agra, this was also holistically built with red sandstone.
The first thing that a tourist comes across in this town is the gigantic Buland Darwaza. It is 54 meters in height which surely will leave you surprised. The unbelievably beautiful interiors of the town are a visual treat to the eyes of the visitors.


Itmad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb is another Mughal mausoleum situated on the bank of the river Yamuna. It is one of the beautiful places to visit in Agra. The architecture and interior are believed to be inspired by the structure of the Taj Mahal. It also has traces of white marble from Rajasthan. Some people even call it the ‘baby taj’. This tomb was built by Nur Jahan in the year 1628. The interior of the tomb is a sight to watch. Never miss visiting this astonishing place when travelling to Agra city.
Do visit Agra with your friends and family.