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Top 7 Places to Visit in Same Day Agra Tour by Car Vs Train

Agra Red Fort

The UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) world heritage site, Agra Red Fort, stands as a tribute to the life of the former Mughal Empire. The fort was spread over an area of 380000 square meters. It was built in the year 1556 by Emperor Akbar and later rebuilt in the year 1573 by red sandstone 2.2 km from Agra. The fortified fort is a perfect fortress with 70 feet high walls, reinforced on all sides. Visiting Agra Fort is one of the most important activities in Agra you can experience on Agra to Jaipur tour.

Jama Masjid

The list of places to visit in Agra without mentioning the Jama Masjid will be incomplete. Although it is a religious monument, it is known for its magnificent heights and its architectural treasures. The four-man mosque, which can easily accommodate up to 25000 people at a time, has 3 entrances.

Moti Mosque

Talking about mosques, another is called “Moti Mosque” and it is one of the best places to visit. The famous Moti Mosque is a monument known for its construction and should not be missed. The Moti Mosque, built by Mughal King Shah Jahan, is also known as the Pearl Mosque because of its flawless white face that glows in the sunlight.

Sikandra Fort

Sikandra Fort is one of the most important historical sites and is considered one of the most important places to visit in Agra. This deep red sandstone is a magnificent building that reflects the region’s glorious past. The fort at Sikandra is the tomb of Emperor Akbar. This majestic fortress is surrounded by lush green gardens surrounded by high walls.

Itmad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb

Itmad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb is an architectural marvel in Agra after the famous Taj Mahal. The intricate sculptures and artistic interiors are a treat to look at. It’s called “Bacha Taj” – a smaller version of Taj – and the Taj Mahal draft is self-explanatory. This red sand tomb is one of the most visited sites in the area near the Taj Mahal.

Jodha Bai Ka Rauza

Jodha Bai Ka Rauza Palace was the first residence of Emperor Akbar. Simple but sophisticated structure, Jodha Bai Palace is close to Jahangiri Mahal. The building is a strong example of the Indo-Mughal architectural style that reflects the vast architectural differences between Gwalior and Gujarat.

Fatehpur Sikri

The Fatehpur Sikri is one of the most visited destinations on Chanshal Pass – Dodra – Kwar Tour. It is a historic city in the province of Agra and was the former capital of many Mughal kings, including Akbar. Sikri was a remote village before it became the capital. Emperor Akbar died in the year 1573.

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