Dear clients, if you are a historic lover, plus you enjoy long road trips, then we have our tour designed for you for the famous Jaipur – Agra Tour.
The incredible one-day tour from Jaipur to Agra is a complete fun and joy road trip where we showcase Agra and present the monumental beauty to you.
For the amazing experience and to witness the seven wonders of the world, the city welcomes tourists to the profound experience and the creation of the most beautiful monuments and the story behind them.
It is a divine blessing to the architectural history and legacy of the Mughal empire with two other UNESCO World Heritage Sites Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. History, architecture, and romance all together create the magic of Agra, and hence, make for a must-visit for anyone living in or visiting India.
This epitome of beauty is a clear depiction of true romance which shines truly as wonders to our planet. Apart from its monuments, Agra has some exciting stuff for foodies. It is as famous for its Petha (a sweet made from pumpkin and flavored with rose water and saffron) as it is for the Taj Mahal. Agra is also well known for its marble artifacts which are best bought in the Sadar Bazaar or Kinaari Bazaar area.
The building of the Taj Mahal began about 1632. The mausoleum itself was completed by about 1638–39. The adjunct buildings were finished by 1643, and decoration work continued until at least 1647. In total, the construction of the 42-acre (17-hectare) complex spanned 22 years.
An architectural masterpiece, The Red Fort of Agra or Agra Fort was built by Emperor Akbar in 1573. It is located on the right bank of the River Yamuna and is made entirely of red sandstone. The historical fort was once the erstwhile residence of the Mughals until 1638. One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it lies 2.5 kilometers from the Taj Mahal.
Also known as Lal –Qila, Fort Rouge, or Qila-i-Akbari, Agra Fort is a symbol of Agra and is so massive that it is often referred to as a walled city. It is the perfect example of Mughal art and architecture, built purely out of red sandstone. Within the premises of Agra Fort lie the most exquisite structures like the Pearl Mosque, Diwan-i I Khas, Diwan-i I Aam, Moti Masjid, and Jahangiri Mahal. Some part of the Agra Fort used by the Indian Army is off-limits to public access. The view of the Yamuna River and Taj Mahal from the fort’s pavilions is mind-stirring.