How can I plan Agra and Jaipur Tour From Delhi?


Day-1 Same as One Day
Day-2 Same as Two Days
Day-3 Same as Three Days

Day-1 Agra

Departure From Delhi to Taj Mahal (Agra)- 4:00AM
Arrival To Taj Mahal- 9:00AM
Taj Mahal Sightseeing- 2Hours
Break for Shopping (optional)- 45Min
Break for Lunch- 45Min
Agra Fort Sightseeing- 1Hour
Depart From Agra to Mathura- 2:00PM
Arrival to Mathura- 4:00PM
Lord Krishna Janma Bhumi Temple- 1Hour
Depart From Mathura to Vrindavan- 5:00PM
Prem Mandir- 1-2Hour
Departure From Vrindavan- 6:30PM
Arrival To Jaipur- 11:30PM

How to Reach Agra From Delhi?

The best means of going from Delhi to Agra is by train. The distance from Delhi to Agra is about 235 km. You can easily reach here by any train from Chhattisgarh (18238), Punjab Mail (12138), Bhopal SHTBDI (12002). By the way, many trains come from Delhi to Agra. But this train will reach Us Agra in the morning. Which will give us a full day to roam in Agra. Apart from this, you can also reach by bus or by booking a car.

Taj Mahal

You can start your day around 9:00AM at the Taj Mahal in Agra city near the Yamuna River in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The Taj Mahal was constructed with white-marble stone. The Taj Mahal was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz. Inside the Taj Mahal you will find Mumtaz’s tomb, Shah Jahan’s tomb, mosque and a guest house. The construction of the mausoleum was completed in 1643.

The Taj Mahal was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. It was declared the winner in 2007 in the 7 Wonders of the World.

How to Reach: The distance from Agra Cantt Railway Station to Taj Mahal is about 6 kilometers. You can easily reach by rickshaw or by doing Ola or Uber.

  • Tips:
  • Don’t forget to retrieve your free bottle of water (500 ml) and shoe cover included in the ticket price.
  • Drones are prohibited in and around the Taj Mahal
  • Photography is prohibited inside the main mausoleum
  • Mobile phone is banned for night viewing of Taj Mahal

Timing: Sunrise to Sunset
Entry Fees: Rs.250 (INDIANS); Free (Children Below Age 15)
Plan To Stay: 2-3 Hours

Shopping: Outside the Taj Mahal, you will find many shops of clothes, handicrafts, food and fame. You can also do shopping here.

Lunch: Outside the south gate of the Taj Mahal, you will find many hotels in the Tajganj area. You can go to the hotel here as per your budget. Oberoi Amar Vilas Hotel will be seen among the most expensive hotels.

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Agra Fort

After lunch you can go to see Agra Fort. Agra Fort in Agra, Uttar Pradesh is known for an amazing craft. This Fort is a Historical heritage built in the Mughal Empire. It was included in the list of World Heritage by unesco. This fort was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar. This fort was constructed with Red Sandstone.
This huge fort houses the finest Mughal buildings including Pearl Mosque, Diwan-i-Aam, Jahangiri Mahal, Moti Masjid, Pearl Mosque.

  • Tips:
  • One should carry his / her identity card to go to Agra Fort.
  • Food, electronic goods (except cameras) are prohibited.
  • Close on Friday.

Timing: Sunrise to Sunset
Entry Fees: Rs.35 (INDIANS); Free (Children Below Age 15)
Plan To Stay: 1Hour

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Lord Krishna Janma Bhumi Temple

Mathura, the birthplace of Krishna, is a religious place where the Hindu religion of Lord Krishna is believed to be the birthplace. Crores of devotees visit the temple annually in Mathura, world famous for Lord Krishna’s birthplace and his Raslilaas. There are both temples and Idgahs here. There are five temples here, of which Radha-Krishna’s temple is the main one.

  • Tips:
  • While going to most of these places, keep your knees and shoulders covered.
  • Walking may be required, so wear comfortable shoes that don’t hurt too much.

Timing: 05:00 AM – 12:00PM; 04:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Entry Fees: Free
Plan To Stay: 40Min

How To Reach: The distance from Agra to Mathura is about 60 kilometers. You can easily reach Mathura using train or bus. You can book a car to avoid overcrowding. With which you will easily reach Mathura.

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Prem Mandir

The Prem Mandir, dedicated to Radha-Krishna and Sita-Rama, is established in Vrindavan, a religious city in the state of Uttar Pradesh. This temple was gifted to Vrindavan, the city of Kanha, on behalf of Rasik Sant Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj.

The main structure of the temple is made of marble stone. Just as Krishna used to appease everyone with his pastimes, similarly the light of the temple captivates everyone. It is also an educational monument which also reflects the history of Sanatan Dharma well.

Light Show Timing: Digital Musical Fountain Timing-7:30PM-8:00PM

  • Tips:
  • While going to most of these places, keep your knees and shoulders covered.
  • Walking may be required, so wear comfortable shoes that don’t hurt too much.

Timing: 08:30 AM – 12:00PM; 04:00 PM – 08:30 PM
Entry Fees: Free
Plan To Stay: 40Min

How To Reach: The distance from Mathura to Vrindavan is about 15 kilometers. Where you can easily reach by rickshaw or by bus.

Prem Mandir
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How To Reach Jaipur From Vrindavan?

The distance from Vrindavan to Jaipur is about 235 kilometers. The best way to go from Vrindavan to Jaipur will be by train or you can book a car. Many trains go from Vrindavan to Jaipur.

You can stay at night by taking a room in a hotel in Jaipur. And then the next day you can roam in Jaipur.

Day-2 Jaipur

Amber Fort- 9:00AM-11:00AM
Jal Mahal- 11:30PM-12:30PM
Lunch Break- 12:30PM-1:30PM
Jantar Mantar/City Palace- 2:00PM-3:00PM
Shopping the small scale cottage ind.-3:30PM-5:30PM
Birla Mandir- 6:00PM-7:00PM
Dinner at Jaipur- 9:00PM-9:30PM

Amber Fort

Amber Fort is one of the best tourist places not only in Jaipur but also in Rajasthan. Made of red sandstone and marble, this fort has four floors. There are separate courtyards on each floor. This fort is known for artistic architecture.

This fort has Diwan-i-Aam, Diwan-i-Khas, Sheesh Mahal (Daran Mahal), Jai Mandir and Sukh Niwas. Tourists come from all over the world to see this fort.

  • Tips:
  • Bring water with you because the temperature is pretty high inside the temples.
  • Do hire a Guide for Amber else you will not get to know the Ancient Stories

Timing: 8:00AM-5:30PM
Entry Fees: Rs.100 (INDIAN)
Time To Stay: 1-2Hours

Amber Fort
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Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal is a splendid and serene palace located in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan state, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Jal Mahal is also called a water palace because it is situated in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake.

Let me tell you that even though entry is prohibited inside this fort, but a glimpse of it is enough to please your eyes. If you are coming for a trip to Jaipur then you must go to see Jal Mahal because it is a place that can calm your restless mind too. This is a water palace which is the perfect place for a good selfie.

  • Tips:
  • You can take some amazing pictures from the seating points at the side of the road, with the backdrop of the hills and the palace.
  • On the footpath adjoining the boundary wall, you will find several hawkers selling traditional Rajasthani jewellery, mojris which are traditional kind of shoes and handicraft items.

Timing: 6:00AM-6:00PM
Entry Fees: Free
Time To Stay: 1Hour

Jal Mahal
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Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar, located near the City Palace in the Regal city of Jaipur, is the largest stone-built astronomical observatory in the world. Which was built by King Sawai Jai Singh in 1727-33. It is also included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites due to its rich cultural, heritage and scientific value. The main purpose of building this huge observatory was to gather and study information about space and time.

  • Tips:
  • Don’t forget to carry a bottle of water with yourself to keep yourself hydrated.
  • You must visit the orientation building here which has a short film giving a description of the place.

Timing: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Entry Fees: Rs.50 (INDIANS)
Time To Stay: 1-2Hours

Jantar Mahal Jaipur
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One should also visit the showroom of Rajasthan Small Scale Cottage Industries. This three-storey building houses some traditional and extremely beautiful handicrafts of the desert state of Rajasthan. Nearly everything can be found here, from gem cutting and polishing to carpet weaving and retail shops.

Woolen carpets, cotton dupattas in different sizes and colors, silk carpets from Kashmir, etc. are some of the major attractions here. The floor named for the gemstone offers a variety of silver jewelery with precious and semi-precious stones. Block-printed clothes, lehria and bandhani sarees can also be purchased here. There are some shops here that are exporters of carpets and shawls worldwide.

Timing: 10:00AM-7:30PM
Entry Fees: Free
Time To Stay: 1-2Hours

Birla Mandir

The Birla Temple is one of the temples of Jaipur that is a part of many Birla temples located in India. The Birla Temple is also known as Laxmi Narayan Temple which is situated on the Moti Dungri Hill. The Birla Temple of Jaipur was built by Birla in 1988, built of white marble.

The Birla Temple is also called the Lakshmi Nayyan Temple as it is dedicated to Lord Vishnu (Narayana) his wife Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. Lakshmi Narayana, carved with a piece of stone, gets special attention. Apart from all these idols, the temple also has a Ganesh idol which looks transparent.

  • Tips
  • While going to most of these places, keep your knees and shoulders covered.
  • Walking may be required, so wear comfortable shoes that don’t hurt too much.

Timing: 6:00AM-12:00PM; 3:00PM-9:00PM
Entry Fees: Free
Time To Stay: 1Hours

Birla Mandir
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Dinner At Jaipur: The restaurant and bar is the Taj Rambagh Palace Hotel, where diners can feast on Mediterranean cuisine and creative cocktails.
For a perfectly crisp naan, tandoori specialties and a variety of meat and vegetarian dishes, The Forresta offers a relaxing outdoor meal under the canopy of trees.