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A Guide To The Taj Mahal One Day Trip From Jaipur

Posted by Admin on August, 26, 2023

For those who love to visit architectural marvels and heritage sites, the Taj Mahal one day trip from Jaipur [A single day trip from Jaipur (Rajasthan) to Agra (Uttar Pradesh)] can surely give them an experience of a lifetime.

A beautiful city in Uttar Pradesh, Agra has a rich history reflected in its heritage sites and monuments dotted in and around it. The city lies on the bank of River Yamuna and is globally popular for the Taj Mahal. Though the mesmerizing allure of The Taj Mahal attracts tourists from all over the world to Agra, it is not a standalone attraction. The city offers a range of fascinating mausoleums and tombs to explore. A package for the Taj Mahal one day trip from Jaipur is the best idea to explore the most popular places in Agra within a limited period of time.

If you are interested in a one-day Taj Mahal tour from Jaipur, you require meticulous planning for the trip keeping the distance between the two cities (Jaipur and Agra). Agra is situated about 250 km from Jaipur and you can easily reach Agra from Jaipur within 4-5 hours by car. By following a perfect itinerary, you can cover most of the places in one day. Many travel agencies offer the most exciting and economical packages for the Taj Mahal one day trip from Jaipur to tourists across the globe. They can also customize the itineraries as per your travel goals and preferences. They make all necessary arrangements for your Taj Mahal one day trip from Jaipur, including transportation, meals, and other facilities.

Here are popular places in Agra that you must cover in your Taj Mahal one day trip from Jaipur -

Taj Mahal:

A pure epitome of beauty, the Taj Mahal was located on the bank of River Yamuna. It was constructed by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his begum, Mumtaj Mahal in the year 1632, whose last wish for her husband was to create a makbara (tomb) in her memory which has never been built before. Taj Mahal was set in the serene Mughal Garden and raised on a beautiful marble platform. Stunning fountains, pools, and gardens surround the monument. The Taj Mahal complex is made up mostly of 5 structures: the Darwaza (primary entrance), Masjid (mosque), Rauza (main mausoleum), Bageecha (gardens), and Naqqar Khana (rest house).

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Agra Fort:

A huge red-sandstone fort, Agra Fort is one of the most important attractions in Agra next to the Taj Mahal. After visiting the Taj Mahal, you can visit the Agra Fort. Agra Fort was built under the commission of Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1565 and was further modified and reconstructed by Emperor Shah Jahan. On a visit to Agra Fort, you will be attracted to the intricate and beautiful carvings. Besides, the picturesque views of the Taj Mahal and the Yamuna River from the balconies of the pavilions in Agra Fort will leave you amazed.

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Mehtab Bagh:

After a quick lunch, you can also visit Mehtab Bagh in the late afternoon. Mehtab Bagh is also called Moonlight Garden and was built by Mughal Emperor Babur. Two major attractions of the garden include the octagonal domed tower made of red sandstone inside the garden and the large octagonal pond situated towards the southern side. The beauty of the octagonal pond lies in the fact that it beautifully displays the reflection of the Taj Mahal on it.

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After visiting Mehtab Bagh, you can start your return journey to Jaipur in the evening. It is important to consider the climatic condition and traffic conditions during a one-day trip to the Taj Mahal from Jaipur. You must plan this trip with a trusted travel agency that can make your journey more relaxed, comfortable, and delightful.

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