Agra Tour and Holiday Packages

Agra is a historical city on the banks of the Yamuna River in northern Indian state Uttar Pradesh. Browse through a wide range of Agra Tour Packages at TrueHAB. Agra Tours enable you to discover medieval UNESCO world heritage sites, history, culture, arts, and crafts. Agra Tourism enthralls visitors with architectural marvels, mausoleums, and gardens. Agra was the capital of the Mughal rulers. History lovers and architecture buffs marvel at Mughal art and culture. Taj Mahal, one of the world's seven wonders, is the epitome of eternal romance and art. The city celebrates Taj Literary Festival, Taj Mahotsav, Hot Air Balloon Festival, Ram Barat, and Kailash Fair with fanfare. It is famous for marble artifacts as well.

Check various Agra Tourism Packages like Agra Tour Packages for One Day, Delhi Agra Tour Package 2 Days, and Delhi to Agra Trip for once in a lifetime experience. Book your Agra Tour Package at the best price with TrueHAB for a comfortable and hassle-free vacation in Agra Tourist Places. Our packages are customizable and inclusive of accommodation, meals, sightseeing, and airfare.

Agra Tour Packages

Looking for Agra Tour Packages? Check Agra Packages based on duration and price for a beautiful trip to the historical city.

Agra Packages Duration Price (per person)
Taj The Wonder 2 days-1 nights INR 2, 609
Taj Honeymoon Package 3 days- 2 nights INR 4, 950
Historical Agra 3 days- 2 nights INR 6, 210
Taj Mahal Tour (Women Special) 1 day- 0 Nights INR 8, 910
Delhi Agra Tour 3 days- 2 nights INR 4, 949


Ideal Itinerary for Agra Tour Package

Refer to an ideal itinerary for Tourist Places in Agra. It will take you to all the major tourist attractions in the miraculous Agra.

Day 1: Arrive at Agra. Visit Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Skindra, and Itimad-ud-daula. Overnight at a hotel in Agra.
Day 2: Proceed to Fatehpur Sikri and visit Buland Darwaja, Diwan e Am, and Diwan e Khas. Shop in the evening and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 3: Check out from the hotel and proceed to the airport or Railway station for the return journey.


Places to Visit in Agra

Agra Places to Visit comprise historical and natural sites to make the most of your visit. We share the paradisiacal Agra Tourist Places List.

 1. Taj Mahal: Emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal out of white marble as a memorial for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, in the 17th century. This edifice of Mughal architecture is one of the seven wonders of the modern world and a UNESCO world heritage site. The construction of the Taj Mahal in 42 acres took 17 years to complete in 1648.
Rectangular shape tomb, arch, alcoves, and artistic work in the interiors make it a spectacular building in the world.
Timings: Sunrise to sunset except for Friday. It takes around two hours to explore the monument.

Entry Fee:
• INR 1100 for foreign visitors (an Additional 200 for every tourist who wishes to enter the mausoleum)
• Free entry for children below 15 years
• INR 50 for Indian citizens and visitors from SAARC countries
• INR 540 for citizens of SAARC and BIMSTEC countries

 2. Agra Fort: Emperor Akbar built an architectural masterpiece, the Red Fort of Agra, in 1573 on the bank of the Yamuna River. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is made as a massive fortification using red sandstone. Mughal style of art and architecture stands out clearly in richly decorated buildings. Pearl Mosque, Diwan-i I Khas, Diwan-i I Aam, Moti Masjid, and Jahangiri Mahal are the magnificent structures within the fort's premises. Remarkable handiwork and ornamentation adorn these edifices in Agra Fort. You can have an impressive view of the Taj Mahal from Agra Fort.
Timings: 06:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Time Required: 2-3 hours
Entry Fee: INR 40 for Indians, INR 550 for Foreigners, and free entry to children below 15 years

 3. Fatehpur Sikri: Mughal Emperor Akbar founded a fortified city Fatehpur Sikri in the 16th century, around 40 km from Agra. It was built to honor Sheikh Salim Chisti, who correctly predicted the birth of a Mughal heir. Architectural excellence and religious beliefs align perfectly here. This edifice is a UNESCO world heritage site as a perfect embodiment of Mughal architecture. Buland Darwaza, the tomb of Salim Chisti, Jama Mosque, Jodha Bai’s Palace are the famous monuments within the capital of Akbar’s empire for fifteen years. An 11 km long fortification wall with gateways encloses this Indo-Islamic Masterpiece. Jama Masjid is still in use today. He also constructed three palaces for each of his favorite wives: Hindu, Muslim, and Christian.
Timings: 06:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Time Required: It takes around three hours to explore Fatehpur Sikri.
Entry Fee: INR 35 for Indians and INR 550 for foreigners.

 4. Itimad-Ud-Daulah's Tomb: This Mughal mausoleum of Mir Gheyas Beg (later known as Itimad-ud-daulah) or Baby Taj Mahal is regarded as a Taj Mahal replica. Its Indo-Islamic architecture reflects in the arched entrances and octagonal-shaped towers. This tomb stands on the banks of Yamuna.
Timings: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Time Required: It takes one or two hours to explore
Entry Fee:
• INR 310 for foreign visitors
• Free entry for children below 15 years
• INR 30 for Indian citizens and visitors from SAARC/ BIMSTEC adults
• INR 540 for citizens of SAARC and BIMSTEC countries

 5. Wildlife SOS: Wildlife SOS is an initiative to protect and conserve wildlife, maintain quality habitats, and safeguard rich biodiversity. The organization has rescued wildlife, worked against animal cruelty, and collaborated to educate communities about rich wildlife.
Timings: Sunrise – Sunset
Time Required: It takes two to three hours to explore

 6. Mehtab Bagh: Emperor Babur constructed Mehtab Bagh, and it serves as a vantage point to view the Taj Mahal. Broad walkways, breezy canopies, beautiful pools, fountains, and fruit trees add to the garden's beauty.
Entrance Fee: Rs. 10 (Indians), Rs. 100 (foreigners), Rs. 5 (citizens of SAARC and BIMSTEC countries).

 7. Dayal Bagh (Soami Bagh): Dayal Bagh, the Radha Soami religious order headquarters, is a combination of a temple, church, vihara, and mosque. The Dayal Bagh Temple is the main attraction.

 8. Birbal Bhawan: The intricate design and double-domed architecture are the main highlights of Birbal Bhawan, located in Fatehpur Sikri near the Jodha Bai Palace. Entrance Fee: Rs. 10 (Indian and citizens of SAARC and BIMSTEC countries), Rs. 250 (foreigners). Children up to 15 years of age can enter free.

 9.Chini ka Rauza: Chini Ka Rauza, the tomb of Persian poet Afzal Khan in the court of Shah Jahan, is a rectangular building with glazed tile work. It exhibits Indo-Persian architecture.

 10.Taj Museum: Taj Museum portrays 121 antiques, including Mughal manuscripts, miniature paintings, inscription samples, royal jewelry, arms, utensils, marble pillars, portraits of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal, decorative wooden frames, and coins of the Mughal era.
Opening Hours: 10 am - 05 pm (except Friday)
Entrance Fee: Rs. 20 (Indians), Rs.750 (foreigners)


Things to Do in Agra Trip

Your Agra trip would be incomplete without partaking in unique activities. Here is a round-up of some fantastic Things to Do in Agra:

 • Savor Petha, Mughalai, Bedai Kachori, Jalbis with Rabri, Bhalla with Chutney, Tandoori Desi Chicken in the Restaurants in Agra. Petha is the most famous delicacy in the city.
 • Get on a tuk tuk to reach Akbar’s tomb in Sikandra.
 • Witness a sunset at Mehtab Bagh.
 • See the light and sound show at Agra Fort.
 • Shop at Kinari Bazaar, Sadar Bazaar, Subhash Bazaar, TDI Mal for apparel, marble items, silk sarees, handicrafts, glassware, and leather items.
 • Watch a dance drama show at the Kalakriti Cultural and Conventional Centre.
 • Enjoy a boat ride in the Yamuna River.

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