A traveller get value for money on this excursion. The passenger would be able to take a train trip on one of India’s fastest trains at a reasonable fare. Almost everything is included in the fee, including train tickets, local transfers, a tour guide, and, of course, a sumptuous Indian lunch at one of Agra’s top eateries. A traveller can save time and money by taking this excursion.
Take a high-speed train from Delhi to Agra and see India’s crown jewels in one day. A private tour and vehicle will take you to and from the Taj Mahal, where you may hear about its fascinating history. Before viewing the rest of Agra, including the Fort, and returning to Delhi by train, enjoy a great buffet lunch at a local restaurant.
- The city of Agra can be explored on a full-day journey from Delhi by high speed train.
- – Enjoy a private tour of the Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort, and the surrounding marketplaces.
- – Indulge in a mouthwatering Agra lunch buffet at a local eatery.
Pick-up from your accommodation in Delhi/Gurgaon/Niada and transfer by super-fast luxury train to the city of Taj Mahal Agra from the New Delhi railway station.
At the main exit gate of Agra Cantonment Railway Station, you will be met by your driver, who will have your name on a nameplate. Afterward, he will drive you to a five-star hotel, where you can freshen up and meet your tour guide in the lobby.
You’ll see the Taj Mahal (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), which is widely regarded as “the gem of Muslim art in India” and is considered the best example of Mughal architecture. The Taj Mahal is one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks and a powerful symbol of India’s rich cultural heritage.
This is the time to visit Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the residence of the Mughal Emperor Akbar, built from red sandstone in 1565. Throughout the fort, courtyards, mosques, and private chambers tell the story of the Mughal Empire.
Your lunch break will be at a local air-conditioned restaurant. Mehtab Bagh (own expense), a moonlit garden constructed by Shah Jahan to see the Taj Mahal on moonlit nights, is an option if time allows us. The Taj Mahal is directly across the Yamuna from the garden complex. Watch the Taj Mahal’s sunset from this vantage point.
In Agra, which is well-known for its exquisite handicrafts, you can spend some time shopping. The Mughal dynasty was a major art and craft patron. The Empress Nur Jahan had a genuine interest in zari embroidery and was a skilled artist herself. Other than inlay, Agra’s principal handicrafts include brassware, carpets, jewellery and embroidery, and leather accessories and clothing.
You’ll be taken back to Agra Cantt Railway Station for your train back to Delhi. at the conclusion of your fantastic day. Arriving at Nizamuddin Railway Station in New Delhi., you will be welcomed and driven to the airport or your accommodation in Delhi/NCR by a professional chauffeur service.