Agra or Agreva, a great architectural heritage city is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh, the northern territory of India. Its captivating destination holds the world spellbound with its timeless beauty and architectural grandeur. This entrancing city is a part of Brijbhoomi, the land associated with lord Krishna's birth and legendary activities. With its rich cultural heritage, awe-inspiring monuments, and vibrant ambiance, Taj City Agra stands as a treat to India's glorious past. Symbolizing eternal love and beauty the city is renowned for being the home of the Majestic Marvel Taj Mahal an architectural masterpiece.

At the core of Agra's allure lies the magnificent Taj Mahal a UNESCO World Heritage Site the ultimate requiem of love was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memories of his dear wife, Mumtaj Mahal in the 17th century. The Taj Mahal's ethereal white marble facade, adorned with intricate carvings and precious gemstones, stands tall on the banks of the Yamuna River, creating a mesmerizing reflection that adds to its allure. As the first light of dawn kisses the surface of the Taj Mahal, the monument emerges from the mist, exuding a sense of otherworldly serenity. The sheer magnificence of its architecture and the poignant love story it encapsulates make the Taj Mahal an unrivaled wonder of the world.

The Mehtab Bagh, a lush garden complex, offers a picturesque view of the Taj Mahal from across the river. As the sun sets, casting a golden glow on the marble monument, the Mehtab Bagh becomes a haven for romantics and photographers, who seek to capture the Taj Mahal's timeless beauty from this unique vantage point. Beyond the Taj Mahal, Agra boasts a treasure trove of architectural gems that weave a tapestry of the city's rich heritage. One such marvel is the Agra Fort, a colossal red sandstone fortress, Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb, Sikandra, Jama Masjid, Mariyam's Tomb, and Chini-Ka-Roza. 

Just a short distance from Agra lies Fatehpur Sikri, a deserted city frozen in time. Built during the reign of Emperor Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri was envisioned as a capital city but was abandoned shortly after its completion due to water scarcity. Today, its well-preserved sandstone structures stand as a haunting reminder of a glorious past. The Buland Darwaza, or the Gate of Magnificence, stands tall as a colossal gateway that welcomes visitors into the city. The Jama Masjid, a magnificent mosque, showcases the amalgamation of Islamic and Hindu architectural styles. As the wind whispers through the deserted streets of Fatehpur Sikri, one can almost hear the echoes of its former grandeur, transporting them to a time long gone.

Agra is a city of architectural splendor and a vibrant tapestry of culture and traditions. Its bustling markets, filled with the aroma of spices and the colors of vibrant textiles, offer a sensory feast for visitors. The narrow lanes of the old city, lined with centuries-old havelis (traditional mansions) and bustling bazaars, invite exploration and provide a glimpse into the daily lives of its residents. The culinary delights of Agra, with its rich Mughlai cuisine and delectable sweets, are a treat for the taste buds. Agra's culinary offerings are a true gastronomic delight from succulent kebabs to aromatic biryanis and the world-famous petha (a sweet made from ash gourd). 

Agra has also made significant strides in infrastructure and tourism development in recent years. The city has witnessed the restoration and preservation of its historical sites, ensuring that future generations can continue to marvel at their splendor. The government's efforts to improve transportation, accommodation, and other tourist amenities have made Agra a more accessible and visitor-friendly destination. A visit to Agra is a lifetime experience to recall perpetually as the vacationer locations inside and around the city leave the voyagers enchanted.


LOCATION: Agra the City of Taj Mahal is situated on the banks of the River Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh.

LANGUAGE: Hindi, Urdu, Awadhi, Braj, Bhojpuri, and English.

WHEN TO VISIT: Throughout the year, October to March is the best time to travel to Agra when the climate is pleasant.

CLOTHING: Summer - Cotton. Winter - Light Woolens

Famous for

  • Historic


  • City


  • Weekend Getaway

    Weekend Getaway

  • Ancient Place

    Ancient Place

  • Monuments


  • Unesco world heritage

    Unesco world heritage

How To Reach

By Bus

Agra is connected by good motorable roads to all major places. There are excellent bus services provided by State Road Transport Corporation, connecting Agra to other nearby cities.

By Train

Agra Cantonment is the main railway station of Agra and It is located near Sadar Bazaar towards the southwest of the city. Agra is well connected by rail with major cities in India.

By Air

Agra is well connected by air with Delhi and other major cities of India. Kheria airport is 6 Kms from the city centre of Agra. From the airport you can hire Taxis to reach the city.


Best Season / Best Time to Visit AGRA














  • Summer (March-June): Maximum 45 C Minimum 22 C


  • Winter (November-February): Maximum 29 C Minimum 04 C