Know More about Agra
JAN - JUN
32°C / 19°C
JUL - DEC
31°C / 21°C
1 USD = 79.87 INR
5.5 hours ahead
Frequently Asked Questions
The must-see attractions in Agra are Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Baby Taj, Mehtab Bagh and Sadar Bazar.
Auto-rickshaws are the best way to get around Agra. They can navigate city streets at breakneck speed and are reasonably priced. Air-conditioned taxis are more expensive than auto-rickshaws, but with such a low conversion rate, you can probably get away with taking one or two taxis here and there.
A regular/eVisa is required for travel to India, in addition to a valid passport. Only those groups who are exempted by bilateral agreements may travel without a visa.
If your schedule is tight, you can see it in a single day. To visit Taj at both dusk and dawn, it is preferable to dedicate two days. Red Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Dayal Bagh, and Sikandara are more sights to view. It's recommended if you have two days to spare.
From June to August, which is the hottest time of the year, temperatures go from a high of 40°C to a low of 26°C towards the end of the day. From September to November, temperatures go from a high of 34°C to a low of 12°C. From December to Feb, temperatures drop down with highs of 25°C and lows of just 7°C.
Golden Triangle and Ajmer tour, Taj Mahal Sunrise view, Mehtab Bagh, Safari and Wildlife activities, food and gourmet tours
Agra is about 340 kilometers from Delhi by road and should take you about 4 hours to get there.
Agra is famous for its Mughlai cuisine, which includes the popular paratha. It's a pan-fried flat wheat bread that's mostly vegetarian. Parathas stuffed with cheese, grated carrot, or grated cauliflower will satisfy your craving for various Indian flavors.