With three of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites to its name, Agra is known for its monuments, history, and culture. Situated on the banks of the river Yamuna, the magnificent beauty of Taj Mahal is what attracts everyone towards this city. Along with this white marble beauty, you will also come across many other historical forts and heritage places during your Agra tour. The city is one of the favourite tourist destinations and sees an approximate of 30,000 to 35,000 visitors per day from around the world. Since, Agra is located 206km south of India’s capital city, Delhi; it has become a weekend getaway city for many living in and around Delhi-NCR.
Interestingly, Agra is also included on the Golden Triangle tourist circuit along with its neighbouring cities of Delhi and Jaipur. If you want to enjoy the intriguing history, beautiful forts, and obviously, feel the love story that this city has seen, check out the specially curated Agra tour packages by our team that are sure to give you the experience you have been looking for.
some of the attractions that are included in our Agra sightseeing package are: -
1. Taj Mahal
The epitome of an eternal love story, this white marble monument has made its way to be one of the 7 Wonders of the World. This is the main attraction of Agra wherein thousands of people visit to see the wonder every day. Right from newly married couples to the ones who have been together for years, Taj Mahal witnesses a new love story every day.
2. Agra Fort
This is another fort which is characterized by the finest Mughal architecture that you can find in our Agra tour packages. The monument is structured with regal red sandstone and marble with intricate detailing on its walls, pillars, and arches. Situated near the banks of Yamuna, a leisure walk in the courtyard of the fort will let you soak in the serenity.
3. Akbar’s Mausoleum
You’ll often come across this attraction in our Agra sightseeing packages; believe us, it is with good reason. This tomb is another proof depicting the fine craftsmanship of the Mughal Era. The gateway is designed with three-storeyed minarets at each corner with colourful geometric and floral patterns aligning perfectly with the red sandstones of the tomb.
4. Mehtab Bagh
Built by Emperor Babur, this garden is the last one out of the 11 parks on the banks of Yamuna River. It was constructed much before the Taj Mahal was structured. Interestingly, the gardens of Taj are in perfect alignment with the ones in Mehtab Bagh. This is a famous sunset spot where you can enjoy a majestic view with your loved ones.