Agra


Agra is a land of fascinating architectural marvels, astounding tombs, mesmerizing mausoleums, and bustling marketplaces. Not to mention, the impressive legacy of the Mughals delineated by magnificent forts, stone-vaulted passageways, and awe-inspiring garths and gardens. Every tourist place in Agra has a story to tell to its visitors. We know Agra by its magnificent Taj Mahal, a world-famous epitome of eternal love. This ivory-white marble mausoleum also declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site perfectly exhibits the brilliance, intricacy, and excellence of the Mughal and Persian architectures. Visitors from all over the world come to Agra to witness this fascinating architectural wonder from sunrise to sunset. Mehtab Bagh is an enchanting garden complex that provides an ultimate view of the magnificent Taj Mahal. We have Exciting Taj Mahal Tours Duration 1 to 3 Days Stay in Agra. Explore HERE   

Agra has some of the finest forts of the Mughal era. The Agra Fort is an impressive Mughal architecture build of red sandstone and marble. Some of the iconic structures in the palace include the Shish Mahal, Diwan-e-Aam, and the Diwan-e-Khas. The Pearl Mosque and Jahangiri Mahal inside the Agra Red Fort are other classic examples of Mughal grandeur. Fatehpur Sikri, the once imperial city of the Mughals, represents their glorious era with its grand meeting chambers, astounding mosques, and imposing filigree palaces. Despite the passage of decades, this abandoned city still shows its splendor through magnificent sandstone walls, intricate craftsmanship, grand entrances, and imposing ambiance. One of the near-perfect Mughal tombs includes the impressive Itmad-Ud-Daulah mausoleum, dedicated to Mirza Ghiyas Beg. Every inch of this monument speaks sophistication and subtlety. You will be amazed to view the beautiful minarets and spell-binding pietra dura inlays studded with hand-chiseled semi-precious gemstones.


Other famous places to visit in Agra include Sikandra Fort, Jama Masjid, Moti Masjid, and Mariam-uz-Zamani Tomb. Further, Ram Bagh is a grand, awe-inspiring garden site in Agra. Its stone-paved pathways, pillared pavilions, majestic kiosks, and marble-stoned terraces telltale an era of dominion and grandeur. Apart from its cultural and historical significance, Agra is a commercial center for cut stones, leather goods, and handwoven carpets. You can visit the local markets for hand-crafted souvenirs and mouth-watering local cuisine. Do not forget to get a glimpse of the rich culture, outstanding cuisine, and impressive art and craft of Agra at the annual Taj Mahotsav. You can also take a peek into the history of this beautiful city of forts at the Taj Museum, a terrific double-story depository located inside the premises of the Taj Mahal complex.