Agra

Agra, the home for the Taj Mahal, one of the 7 wonders of the Word is a beautiful city that attracts tourists from far and near. This tourist hub is situated on the banks of River Yamuna and is an integral part of the Golden Triangle tour. The city boasts Mughal culture and tradition. Also, the city boasts about Mughal culture and traditions besides offering excellent opportunities for sightseeing, shopping, and hogging. The city is known for being home to three prominent UNESCO World Heritage sites; Agra Fort, Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikri.

The city is also famous for tombs and buildings that boast the pride and tales of the Mughal kingdom. Besides, Agra's tourism is recognized by the beauty of well-maintained gardens including the Ram Bagh, Soami Bagh, and Mehtab Bagh. The shrines like  Balkeshwar temple and Kailash temple on the banks of river Yamuna are pilgrim sites that attract tourists as well. The aarti of Mankameshwar Temple is loved by locals and tourists alike. A prominent attraction of the city; Akbar's tomb otherwise called Sikandra is a must-visit historic site. Among Agra tourist destinations, Baby Taj; Itmad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb, holds a prominent place.

This city which is known for iconic structures and beautiful landscapes has a prominent role in creating Indian history. Historians have mentioned Agra in Mahabharata and also in the journey of the Mughal dynasty which clearly depicts the importance of this fascinating city in the wonderful journey of India. Agra is not only famous for historical monuments but also for its wildlife sanctuaries too.  In addition to attractions, the city is also famous for its traditional delicacies as well. Places to eat in Agra provide sweets, snacks, and meals. When visiting Agra, please make sure that you try the local cuisines.  Panchi Petha, Hari Parwat Crossing, Ram Babu Paratha Bhandar, Gopal Bazar, Mama Chicken a.k.a. Mama Frankie, Sadar Bazar, Chaat Gali, Sadar Bazar, and Deviram Sweets are the must-to-eat items here.