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India is rich in unique, fabulous cities that you will never forget after visiting them at least once. Agra also belongs to them, in the XVI-XVII centuries the former capital of the Mughal Empire. And today it is one of the largest tourists centers of the country.


Tourists from all over the world come here to see those great historical and cultural attractions that were given to humanity by the masters of the Empire.

Agra is one of the most popular tourist cities in India because it is here that the famous Taj Mahal mausoleum is located. There are many other lesser-known attractions, primarily ancient architecture (the fortress Red Fort, the city of Fatehpur Sikri mosques, etc.). Agra is also known for its jewelers and tanners. This city enters the Golden Triangle route along with Delhi and Jaipur and for many years has been considered the most popular among foreign tourists in this country.

Here you will learn a lot about medieval and ultramodern India, But the most important thing is to visit this country and see all its beauty with your own eyes. Surely you will fall in love with her at first sight and for life.


Attractions in Agra: -

Taj Mahal: - This is the most famous attraction of Agra, which everyone has known about since school times. For the sake of the Taj Mahal, millions of tourists come here every year. This snow-white tomb and mosque are a symbol of beautiful Muslim India.

Fort Agra: - This is another historical and cultural attraction located two dozen kilometers from the Taj Mahal. The fort was built in the XI century by the Indians when this part of India was not yet conquered by the Mughals.

The tomb of Akbar the Great in Sikandra: - Here is buried one of the most famous and respected Islamic figures in India, the ruler of Agra Akbar the Great, who died at the beginning of the XVII century. The tomb is located near the city and is a true masterpiece of Muslim medieval architecture.

Fatehpur Sikri: - This ancient city is also called the City of victory or ghosts. In the second half of the 16th century, Akbar the Great, the Mughal ruler, made him the capital of his Empire. But a few years later he was abandoned by the emperor and his retinue due to lack of water.

The tomb of Itmad-ud – Daula: - This is another masterpiece of Muslim architecture, created in the XVI century, which is also called the Small Taj Mahal. When decorating the tomb, marble and Florentine mosaic were widely used. Marble slabs are decorated with semiprecious stones.

The Ram Bagh Garden: - Translated from Farsi, this means the Garden of Rest. It was created by Emperor Babur at the beginning of the 16th century and has survived to our time. There are many spreading trees, pavilions, and arbores. And in the center, you can see ponds, fountains, and canals.

Mausoleum of Chini-ka-Rauza: - The poet and minister Shah Jahan, who died in the first half of the 17th century, is buried in this mausoleum. The mausoleum is quite badly destroyed but retained its beautiful lines and laconic forms of medieval Persian architecture.


Foods in Agra: -

You can eat in Delhi everywhere: carts with street food, home cafes and expensive restaurants are at every step. The runaway price is also incredible: from a few rupees in a diner to a couple of thousand - in a fashionable place.


Shopping in Agra: -

In Agra, it is worth buying the products of local artisans. They are true virtuosos of their craft, and the price depends primarily on the level of skill.

Handmade genuine leather products from local craftsmen: shoes, bags, belts and other accessories. A few years ago, it was just comfortable and high-quality leather goods with good workmanship, and today, craftsmen pay great attention to the appearance of products, and you can buy real designer shoes and accessories in local markets and shops. The city has about 60 tanneries, and most artisans are employed in this area.

Embroidery - the Empress Nur Jahan herself was a beautiful embroiderer, and this skill in Agra is still in honor.

Jewelry - when buying jewelry, you should be as careful as possible: they can slip a beautifully faceted, but not precious stone, this is especially common in the markets. In specialized jewelry stores, the probability of buying a fake tends to zero.

Other interesting souvenirs from Agra are miniature marble copies of the Taj Mahal, and carpets and traditional clothes made of natural silk and cashmere, scarves, rugs, and shawls are also often bought here


Best Time to Visit Agra: -

For tourists, the best time to relax in Agra is winter (October to March), this is the High season in India. At this time of the year, it is warm, sunny and there is almost no rain - ideal weather for vacationers from Europe.


How to Reach Agra: -

By Air: - Agra has a domestic airport located 7 km from the city center. The airport daily receives and sends flights connecting Agra with Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, and Khajuraho.

By Train: - The city of Agra has regular rail links with the largest cities in India. In addition to the Agra Cantonment Central Station, 4.7 km from which the Taj Mahal is located, Agra has 2 more railway stations: Raja Key Mandi and Agra Fort.

By Road: - Many bus services connect Agra with other cities in the country. The largest bus station in Agra is called Idgah, it is in the area of Idga Koloni and is very close to the Idga railway station.

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