Places to Visit:
Attractions: Taj Mahal, Jama Masjid, Agra Fort Railway Station, Mankameshwar Temple, Spice Market, Lohar Gali, etc.
We have designed an unforgettable, most demanded and recommended the tour. In this tour after a wonderful visit of Taj Mahal, you will walk through narrow alleys and streets of Agra exploring an old railway station, historical gigantic mosque, mythological temples, spice market and local life of Indians. As well as in this tour you will learn also about religious traditions.
According to your given time, our Driver and Tour Guide will meet you at your booked hotel's Lobby or any recognized landmark of the city, then proceed to Taj Mahal.
Taj Mahal Visit - This monument was constructed by Emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal in the 17th century between 1631 to 1653.
After sightseeing of Taj Mahal, you proceed to Agra Heritage Walk.
Agra Fort Railway Station - First you stop at this station, one of the oldest station in Agra built during the British era.
Jama Masjid - then proceed to Jama Masjid, the biggest mosque in Agra, built by Jahan Ara Begum, eldest daughter of Emperor Shahjahan. Here you will learn about Islamic traditions.
Rawat Para - It's time to sneezing as you are passing through the spice market, that is called Rawatpara. This is a local market of spice like red chili powder, coriander powder, turmeric, black pepper, cloves, saffron, etc.
Lohar Gali - The narrow lane where they sell many articles like bangles, artificial Jewellery and decorative statues of Gods and Goddesses.
Wholesale Market - Further you will walk in the local market learning about Indian retail and wholesale system.
Khoya Gali - This street is famous for different Indian Sweets/ Desert like Ras malai, Gulab Jamun, Jalebi and Samosa, etc. (here you can taste Samosa)
Namak Ki Mandi - Here the workers beat gold & silver to make foils for medicinal use in Ayurveda.
Kinari Bazar - This Bazar is a favorite to both the locals and the tourists. It is one of the places in Agra where you can find the finest jewelry. Besides this Kinari Bazaar has a good collection of bridal wears, jewelry, and ceremonial articles.
Sindhi Market - This market is very famous in Agra for Indian textile-like Saree, Kurta Pajama, Punjabi suit, Lehenga and Indian wedding dresses.
Petha Street - Here you see how local workers make a very famous sweet of Agra which is called Petha, made up of ash gourd or white pumpkin.
Mankameshwar Temple - Then we will go to Mankameshwar Mandir (Temple) in Agra is one of the ancient temples devoted to Lord Shiva. when Krishna was born in Mathura. Shiva wished to get a darshan of Lord Krishna in child form. While Shiva was coming from Mt. Kailash he meditated and stayed at this Temple.
Bijli Ghar Xing - This is a very busy xing in Agra.
Our Heritage Walk Tour ends here.
Now the driver will pick up us here and proceed to the hotel or onward journey.