Same Day Agra Tour Packages

A day to live again and again

A city that seems prettier in the presence of the finest of the striking Mughal Architecture. Agra is also one of the three ideal cities that helps to brief the rich traditions and culture of India. It’s a Northern city situated in the state of Uttar Pradesh; close to the capital city of India [Delhi] housing the best of Mughals creativity.

Agra serves as home to the epitome of Love – a white-marbled mausoleum named as the Taj- Mahal [One of the Seven Wonders of the World and a UNESCO declared World Heritage Site]. This great piece of art was created by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan is the memory of his beloved [the Persian Princess – Mumtaz Mahal.
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Region: Northern Region (Uttar Pradesh)

Temperature: Minimum : 24°C , Maximum : 46°C

Same Day Agra Tour Packages

Same Day Agra Tour By Car
Duration: 0 Nights / 01 Days
Destination: Delhi - Agra - Delhi

Same Day Agra Tour By Train
Duration: 0 Nights / 01 Days
Destination: Delhi - Agra - Delhi

Sunset & Sunrise View of the Taj Mahal
Duration: 01 Nights / 02 Days
Destination: Delhi - Agra - Delhi

Same Day Agra Tour with Fatehpur Sikri
Duration: 0 Nights / 01 Days
Destination: Delhi - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Agra In Brief

The City of Love

At first this city left its impression in the epic Mahabharata – where it was addressed as Agrevana [a Sanskrit word, which means – “the border of the forest’]. Days went by – rulers changed with time [it witnessed a lot]. In present date, it’s one of the major tourist destinations of India. People from across the world make it possible to mark their presence in this striking land of love and warmth.

For nearly 7 to 8 million people – each year make it all the way to the city of love [this city is a prime contributor towards the sector of Tourism]

Best Time To Witness The Stunning Places of Importance

Agra is Really Incredible

The enticing city spread wide in the northern regions of country India is truly an adorable place – packed throughout the year with travelling enthusiasts and yes can say the lovers of history. Agra is an outstanding city placed perfectly on the banks of River Yamuna [always geared up to the best of its level to serve its admirers and thus this is what makes it as one of the most populous cities lying in the remarkable lands of the state of Uttar Pradesh].

Beginning from the month of October to the end of March is highly considered as the peak months to explore the best of Agra. These are the months when the weather is really awesome – one of the finest destinations that serve as a perfect hideout for the winter lovers.

Come along with your friends and family as this place of importance is only 233.00 Kilometers [rough data] ride from the capital city of India [Delhi]. One can easily take a smooth trip of this city in just one day [Delhi to Agra works simply perfect].

One can make the best utilization of weekends [Pay a visit to the city of love with your loves ones].

Few Points To Keep In Mind While Planning a Visit To Taj-Mahal
  • Taj- Mahal remains close on Friday
  • Opening time [Daytime] – 30 minutes before Sunrise
  • Closing time [Evening hours] – 30 minutes before Sunset
  • Opening and closing hours of Night-time – staring from 08.30 PM to 12.30 AM

  • It’s all about your choices and our suggestions – Every person is different from another in a unique way; some are early birds [they love to wake up early in the morning] and some are night lovers [they love to stay awake till the late hours of the night].

    One of the most significant attractions of Agra is the White-marbled Mausoleum named as Taj- Mahal [this striking piece of art served its visitors with both of the above-listed options.

    The time when the sun gets up and the peak hours when the sun goes down are the durations when you get to explore an awe-inspiring sight of this incredible creation standing tall in the face of the earth.

    Top Attraction of Agra

    Taj- Mahal
    One of the Seven Wonders of the World as a UNESCO recognized World heritage Site;

    Agra Fort
    Back in days it served as the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty, it’s a UNESCO declared World Heritage Site;

    Tomb of Itimad-Ud-Daulah
    A Mughal Mausoleum often addressed by two names – “Jewel Box” and “Baby Taj” as it’s regarded as a draft of the striking Taj Mahal;

    Mehtab Bagh
    A glorious Charbagh Complex situated to the north of Taj Mahal complex this place gives you the best distant look of Taj-Mahal.