For most visitors, a day or two is sufficient. Most of them come to Agra to see Taj Mahal-the one attraction that sits at the top of every visitor’s Agra itinerary. They visit the Taj Mahal in the morning to see Sunrise view, the most beautiful time to visit the Taj Mahal, and then move to Agra Fort which is just 2.5 km from Taj Mahal’s south gate. Some extend their trip by a day more and on the second day they visit Fatehpur Sikri which is about 45 km from Agra.
“Some extend their trip by a day more and on the second day they visit Fatehpur Sikri.”
In any case, I accept your Agra visit isn’t finished without avoiding the city for which you ought to think about the third day in your itinerary plan.
Alright, let me take you around my city Agra for three days Itinerary Plan :
The main highlighted such as:
Day 1 – Taj Mahal
We’ll begin with the Taj Mahal. I can’t utter a word more than whatever you have not previously heard or read before. As seen as you enter the door after security the mighty and excellent design is striking from the moment you put your focus on it.
If you wish to take a ton of photos, be at the door as soon as could be expected. There is no proper season of opening and shutting, it opens at Sunrise in the early morning and closes by Sunset. Thus, to stay away from the rush and catch the magnificence of the Taj in your camera you must be there before dawn, 5:30 AM in summers, and by around 7:00 AM in the winters given there is no mist. In somewhere around 60 minutes, the entire spot is amassed with the ocean of individuals and it will be hard to photo without many individuals in the photograph.
One more in addition to purpose in seeing Taj at the crack of dawn is the brilliant light first thing in the morning. that makes sorcery on the white marble Tomb. You should awaken before daybreak. However, everything will work out for the best when you see the Taj Mahal washed in a blushing sparkle. Take photographs with alternate points of view, explore different avenues regarding impressions of Taj in water, take a few high-contrast photographs.
Presently when more individuals are there (which will occur in no less than 60 minutes), don’t fear remembering individuals for your Taj photographs, you simply should be somewhat more inventive to involve individuals in your photographs and they will loan a feeling of scale to your casing. Shoot like this is your main opportunity to see the Taj Mahal.
This is one monument that will inspire you to experience passionate feelings. You should go there on the off chance that you’re a fanatic heartfelt individual. The excellent nurseries, shining wellsprings, and reflecting pools make an ideal atmosphere for love. If you are not one of those affectionate kinds, you should in any case go there and respect the ageless white marble wonder, The Taj Mahal.
Alright, enough of the Taj Mahal, we currently need to go to Agra Fort which will consume a greater amount of your time because of its endlessness.
“The Taj Mahal – Worked by Shah Jahan for his dearest spouse, the notable white construction is the embodiment of timeless love.”
Built by Mughal Emperor Akbar, Agra Fort is additionally a walled city and inside the nook, you’ll track down gardens, palaces, mosques, crowd corridors, and a labyrinth of marble and red sandstone. Assuming you’re keen on the historical backdrop of the fortress, you can without much of a stretch recruit an aide at the entryways, notwithstanding, it’s likewise the sort of put that you can appreciate all alone.
This tactical fortification is huge, yet you can see just 15% of it as the rest is occupied by the defense force. By the by, whatever is permitted merits a visit. Have basically a few hours to go through the spot. The high point is an amazing view over the river towards the Taj Mahal.
If you are not already tired by now you can visit either Itmad-ud-Daulah or Sikandra for some photo opportunities. Or, have a good rest in your hotel as on the second day also you have to walk a lot.
Day 2: Fatehpur Sikri
You can plan the visit to Fatepur Sikri as a day trip from Agra. A taxi is a convenient mode of travel, charging around Rs. 2000 for the return trip.
This was also built by Emperor Akbar as a tribute to Saint Sheikh Salim Chishti. The palace complex curiously combines Islamic, Hindu, and Christian architecture, reflective of the religions of Akbar’s three wives.
Buland Darwaza or a magnificent gate, 54 meters high was built to commemorate one of Akbar’s victories on the battlefield. Jodha Bai Palace, Diwan-e-Khas, Panch Mahal, and Sheikh Salim Chishti are the other attractions that you can admire in Fatehpur Sikri.
This was the main arranged city worked by the Moghuls yet amusingly deserted not long after its fulfillment as a result of the shortage of water.
On your return from Fatehpur Sikri, you can take a detour to visit Sikandra, if you like. After the second day in Agra, you are done with the major sightseeing.
The Royal Observatory is one of the most established logical landmarks that can assist with getting time.
On the third day, you can visit other not-so-famous monuments like Chini ka Roza, Mehtab Bagh, and Itmad-ud-Daulah.
In the evening visit Sadar Bazar for looking for crafted works, trinkets, clothing, and cowhide merchandise. Sadar Bazar close to Agra Cantt & Taj Mahal is an ideal spot to get all you need. The roads are loaded with food. Chaat Gali with plenty of shops serving pretty much every conceivable Indian chaat, Chinese bites, tea and juices, kulfi, Pani puris are generally excessively great. Hit this place ahead of schedule by 5 or 6 pm after that it becomes stuffed. This road food is kind with the pocket as well.
Note that the Taj Mahal is closed on Fridays.
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