Agra, India travel tips

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Agra has an airport welcoming mostly national flights. Delhi is the closest international destination.

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Taking a train is the best option to reach Agra.

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Renting a car might be difficult and not recommended. Take a taxi or a rickshaw instead.

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English is spoken around most tourist destinations.

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Agra is not about sports. There aren't many things to do.

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Want to be close to Taj Mahal in the middle of a luxurious garden? Stay at ITC Mughal for an unforgettable experience.

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The Hotel Raj is right in front of the Taj Mahal. Clean and simple rooms available.

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For a calm area surrounded by trees visit the Hilltop Hotel.

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Don't hesitate to smile at people if smiled upon. It is a friendly gesture.

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Arriving in February? Take part in the Taj Mahotsav festival and browse the finest local craftsmanship.

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Fatehpur Sikri was a former capital of the Mughal emperor. Discover the ancient city for yourself.

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The Agra Fort is a lesser known but wonderful sight to see.

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No visit to India is complete without the Taj Mahal. Come early and spend a wonderful day there.

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The dominant religion in Agra is Hinduism with a small Muslim community also present.

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Agra is not famous for its nightlife. Trident Hotel is open for long hours for some chat and music.

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Most pubs in Agra are located in hotels. Grab a nice beer or cocktail in Dayal Lodge.

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Would you like to get a great meal after a long day of sightseeing? Go to Only restaurant and have a feast.

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All sorts of Indian food is available at Priya Restaurant.

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Care a for a good Indian breakfast? Taste the best meals at Treat Restaurant.

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Tourist information is available around monuments and museums

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