Many of us may have dreamily thought of getting married in the city of love, an epitome of endearment and affection. Agra, the city of Taj, is the embodiment of a famous overwhelming love story that still resonates in the air of this small town. It is a small, compact city that is still rooted in its ancient traditions, and yet the most sought-after tourist destination globally. The city flaunts its rich cultural heritage of kings and their lineage. Every corner of the city still preserves and takes pride in its aristocratic past and grandiose. Even today, untouched by rapid modernism, its beauty is in its rawness, untarnished atmosphere and vintage living. The city adorned with huge exorbitant royal monuments, each one concealing tales of glory and honor, gives lots to explore and unveil. Moving around the city is like solving mysterious puzzles and decoding the mystical life of the royal rulers. The magical days and somber nights in Agra are best spent adoring the unique architecture, flamboyance and exalted lifestyle of the royals. Expect to see the Taj Mahal (voted again as one of the seven wonders of the world), Fatehpur Sikri (declared as a UNESCO world heritage site), Mariam tomb, the Red Fort, and many other big and small mausoleums and tombs erected by the kings to commemorate various occasions of their rule. The place reckons those who admire grandeur, rich architecture, and historical recordings. With a large amount of influence of Muslim culture and traditions in most of its monuments, the place gives a glimpse of a completely different cultural persona.
In Agra, one can find many means of public transportation such as bus, taxi, car, and train which is easily accessible for visitors.
Efficiency moderate to high, and cleanliness moderate
Cycle rickshaw - INR 40 depends on the distance
Autorickshaw - Rs 50 depends on the distance
Taxi - INR 750 - 1000 a full day or half day tour in Agra.
Bus - A/C INR 20 and non-A/C bus - INR 10
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|Water Bottle||INR 10.00|
|Cup of Coffee||INR 104.00|
|Milk Carton Pack||INR 54.00|
|White Bread||INR 26.00|
|Eggs (12)||INR 61.00|
|Combo Meal||INR 325.00|
|Fine Dining||INR 800.00|
|Bottle of Coke or Pepsi||INR 32.00|
|Domestic Beer||INR 109.00|
|Imported Beer||INR 130.00|
|Bottle of Wine||INR 650.00|
|Cigarettes (20 Pack)||INR 200.00|
|Taxi ( 1 km )||INR 13.00|
|Ticket in local transport (Single way).||INR 22.00|
|Rent ( One Bed Room)||INR 1000.00|
Amidst the cultural and traditional structures created by the Royals in Agra, the nightlife is definitely an ice-breaker. The evening light show at the Red Fort and getting drenched in the glitz of the Taj on full moon nights are definitely a must watch. With world-class hotel brands, all around the vicinity of Taj Mahal, one can be assured to find something apt to suit their taste and liking. The nightlife at Agra is enthralling and fun with a wide variety of lounges and bars serving a wide variety of cocktails, mocktails, delicious food on the menu, and karaoke. Pool tables and gaming area with marvelous ambiance serving a variety of food and drinks cherish the memories of visitors exploring the city's night life. The Baaz lounge is a great place to spend an evening. They have a hookah lounge with a food menu that will tempt the taste buds of any visitor. Brewberry’s coffee house is a place to taste coffee, tea, mojitos, cappuccino and a variety of food including pizza, wraps, and burgers. The ambiance is excellent, serving fabulous food along with mocktails which provides a unique experience to the visitors. Sadar Bazaar is also a great place to enjoy the local delights in the evening.
Agra(kheria) Airport - AGR
Start Tariff: INR 45.00
1 Km. Tariff: INR 13.50
1 Hour Waiting Tariff: INR 100.00
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