Agra is home to the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and it is a famous destination for tourist because of the magnificent Mughal Infrastructure, arts & culture. The present Agra city was established by Sikandar Lodi of the Lodi Dynasty in the 16th century and later it became the capital city of the mighty Mughals. Agra is house of three UNESCO’s world heritage site. It’s a must visit tourist destination.
Tour Start Up: In Morning as Per Desired Time, Pick up From with in Agra – Airport / Train Station / Hotel/Bus Stand
Places will be Covered During The Tour – (2 to 3 Days Destination)
Taj Mahal – It’s one of the Wonders of the World and a UNESCO’s world heritage site. A mausoleum commissioned by Mughal emperor Shahjahan, in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal.
Agra Fort – The Agra Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a prominent tourist site after Taj Mahal.
Sikandra: Akbar’s tomb is the tomb of the Mughal emperor Akbar and an important Mughal architectural masterpiece. It was built in 1604–1613 and is situated in 119 acres of grounds in Sikandra.
Dayal Bagh: Dayalbagh or Dayal Bagh means ‘Garden’ of ‘Merciful’, inferring “Garden of the Merciful”, is the headquarters of the Dayalbagh sect of the Radhasoami faith where the 8th revered leader (Sant Satguru Ji) lives and presides over the satsang
Itmad-ud-Daulah (Baby Taj) – Tomb of I’timād-ud-Daulah is located in Agra and often reffered a Baby Taj or jewel Box. It’s a Tomb commissioned by a Mughal empress for her Father.
Mehtab Bagh – Mehtab Bagh lies opposite to Taj Mahal, on the other bank of the river Yamuna. It’s a photographer’s paradise to capture one of the best view of Taj Mahal.
Fatehpur Sikri- The city was founded in 1571 and was named after the village of Sikri which occupied the spot before. The Buland Darwaza was built in honor of his successful campaign in Gujarat, when the city came to be known as Fatehpur Sikri – “The City of Victory”. It was named after the Sikri village which had existed on the spot before.
Mathura Temple Darshan: According to Hindu traditions, Krishna was born to Devaki and Vasudeva in a prison cell where they were confined by his maternal uncle Kansa, a king of Mathura, due to prophecy of his death by the child of Devaki. According to tradition, a temple dedicated to Krishna was built the birthplace by his great grandson Vajranabh. The present site known as Krishna Janmasthan ( birthplace of Krishna)
Vrindavan is considered to be a holy place for Vaisnavism tradition of Hinduism. It is a center of Krishna worship and the area includes places like Govardhana and Gokul that are associated with Krishna. Millions of devotees of Radha Krishna visit these places of pilgrimage every year and participate in a number of festivals. Vrindavan the land of Radha Rani, the City of Temples has more than 1000 temples to showcase the pastimes of Radha and Krishna as Thakurs of Vrindavan.
- Sri Radha Govinda Temple (Govind Dev Temple)
- Sri Radha Shyamasundara Temple
- Sri Radha Ramana Temple
- Sri Radha Bankey Bihari Temple
- Sri Radha Gopinatha Temple
- Sri Radha Vallabh Temple
- Sri Radha Vamshidhar Jaganmohan Temple
- Ranganath Temple
- Gopehswar Mahadev
- ISKCON Vrindavan
- Prem Mandir (Love Temple)
- Jagannath Temple
- Shah Ji Temple
In the Evening you will be dropped at your hotel with the cherishing memories of Agra Local Sightseeing Tour.
Note – *Taj Mahal Remain Closed on Every Friday