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Agra Fort

Agra Fort | Rakabgani, Agra 282003, India
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An important medieval complex with beautiful mosques and palaces.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good35%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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Agra Fort | Rakabgani, Agra 282003, India
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Reviewed yesterday

Originally the principal residence of the Emperors of the Mughal Dynasty till 1638 or so, when India's capital moved from Agra to Delhi (Old). This is not just a big Castle or Fort - it enclosed an entire Capital City & Royal entourage. It is...More

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Reviewed yesterday

it is a nice place to visit in Agra. An incredibly beautiful and well kept site. Photographers' paradise. Impressive fort and palace of the Mughal rulers..

Thank Alisha K
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a great site to visit. There is also marble inner building inside this fort. There is some great views of the Agra at this fort. This fort is kept in fairly good condition and is clean and well groomed. There is a large...More

Thank MrsSammy
Reviewed 2 days ago

An incredibly beautiful and well kept site. Photographers' paradise. Steeped in history and wonderfully preserved. Only spoil the by hawkers who demanded tips for keeping an eye on our shoes, which we removed before entering certain areas.

Thank Cmjaca
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Another must visit place. Surprisingly big and you could easily get lost. Lots to see. Plenty of toilet facilities(basic)

Thank ARCHIEJESS
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Impressive fort and palace of the Mughal rulers. Nice to see the different styles the different generations used. Also the last home of the emperor who built the Taj Mahal, from where hehad a splendid view over the river and the Taj Mahal.

Thank janlU9807XM
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Visited in November Please take a guide. Nice place and beautiful too. Somehow liked it better than the taj

Thank poojathakur13
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I really enjoyed my visit here, even more so than the Taj Mahal. The reason for my 3 stars is because the historical building has been ruined by people carving their names all over the place. Would recommend getting a guided tour here, along with...More

Thank Ashleigh M
Reviewed 3 days ago

The outside walls aren't as dramatic as the Red Fort in New Delhi, but inside it's much better. Only 25% is open to the public, the rest is an Army base, but the buildings and setting is really something

Thank DianneKamerling
Reviewed 3 days ago

India has so much richness to offer and this is one not to be missed. To think that all these forts were built in an era by-gone and the limited tools that were available, you will marvel at the intricacy of the designs

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ashutosh18oct
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Response from Graham O | Reviewed this property |
Sorry no I can't! But what I can tell you is that Ashutosh Gowakir is a film director and Ashutosh Gwalior is a vet. These people may have been named after the region they originated from, but if you are thinking about... More
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Depends on which country you are from If you are an Indain then it's really cheap like 50 rupees If you are from a country which is a member of SAARC then it's 500 rupees If you are from other countries outside SAARC then... More
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550 Rupees for non indian
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