Top Commercial Places in Agra

Sadar Bazaar, Kinari Bazaar, Raja Ki Mandi, Naulakha, Shahganj Bazaar, Subhash Bazaar, Subhash Emporium, Shilpigram Crafts.

Business Directory of Agra, Uttar Pradesh

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Must Visit Places

  • Photo by: WikipediaTaj Mahal
    Taj Mahal

    Entry Fee :Rs. 40 / person
    Opening Hours :30 mins. before sunrise - 30 mins. before sunset

  • Photo by: WikipediaAgra Fort
    Agra Fort

    Entry Fee :Rs. 20 per person
    Opening Hours :06:00 AM - 06:00 PM

  • Photo by: WikipediaTomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah
    Tomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah

    Entry Fee :Rs. 20 / person
    Opening Hours :08:00 AM - 12:00 AM

  • Photo by: WikipediaAkbar's Tomb
    Akbar's Tomb

    Entry Fee :Rs. 5 / person
    Opening Hours :Sunrise to Sunset

  • Photo by: WikipediaMoti Masjid
    Moti Masjid

    Entry Fee :Rs. 20 / person
    Opening Hours :05:30 AM - 06:00 PM

  • Photo by: WikipediaJama Mosque
    Jama Mosque

    Entry Fee :Free
    Opening Hours :06:00 AM - 08:00 PM

How to Reach

By Air - Agra’s Kheria Airport acts as a military base as well. Air India flights connect Agra to Delhi. The flying time is just an hour from Delhi. You can take a cab to reach the main city which should take just around 13 minutes.

By Train - Agra lies on the Delhi-Mumbai and the Delhi-Chennai rail route as well. A number of trains connect the city to Gwalior, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Jhansi. A total of five railway stations are situated in Agra - Agra Cantt Station, Raja Ki Mandi, Agra Fort Railway Station, Idgah Railway Station, and Agra City

By Road -The swanky new Yamuna Expressway connects Agra to the National Highway 2. Driving on the wide roads is an absolute pleasure. Driving to Agra from Delhi takes just 3-4 hours depending on the traffic density and the time of the day.

Best Time To Visit

Visit Agra between November - March. It’s winters in the city during these months and it is the perfect time to catch the majestic Taj mahal and gorge on the lip-smacking street food.

Events and Culture

Famous Delicacies

When in Agra, give a try to the illustrious Mughlai cuisine. Wake up to the taste of Uttar Pradesh’s ubiquitous bedhai and Kachori, snack up on the famous Chaat and Dal Moth, satiate the evening hunger pangs with the crispy paratha and top it all up with the super delicious Petha.


Flocked by travelers, Agra celebrates its festivals with some serious grandeur. Some important observances include Taj Mahotsav, Bateshwar Fair, Ram Barat, Kailash Fair. There are national festivals like Diwali, Dussehra, Holi, Eid, and Christmas of course that enjoy an equal amount of magnificence.