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Delhi Metro

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Delhi Metro

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Chandni ChowkNew Delhi Metro6 min
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Delhi to Agra and Taj Mahal Private Day Trip by Express Train with Lunch
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Delhi to Agra and Taj Mahal Private Day Trip by Express Train with Lunch

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Get more out of your time in India by spending a day exploring the highlights of Agra. Avoid the traffic jams and get between Delhi and Agra with ease on the high-speed Gatimaan Express train. Once in Agra, enjoy guided tours of the Taj Mahal, the Baby Taj, and Agra Fort. This hassle-free tour includes rail tickets with the option to upgrade, transport, and a delicious buffet lunch too. Upgrade to include entrance fees.
$104.50 per adult
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Suhail Qureshi wrote a review Oct 2020
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It's service is worse, management doesn't care about your problem, and after lockdown it got more worse
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Janr20 wrote a review Aug 2020
Cambridge, New Zealand3,548 contributions319 helpful votes
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The metro close to our hotel was a blessing. I took the Metro into the centre of Delhi. Great option from buses, taxis and tuk tuk. It was quick and easy to access. Hint : make sure you find out from the locals when the busy times are. Very fast so know where you need to get off. December cold during day where warm clothes and good footwear
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Date of experience: December 2019
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SAROJ8585 wrote a review Jun 2020
Bokaro Steel City, India1,467 contributions55 helpful votes
Delhi metro is the largest and busiest metro in India and second oldest after the kolkata metro.It provides multible benefits like reduction in air pollution time saving to pessengers etc.It runs on 12 lines and total system length is 348 kilo metres with 253 stations
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Rajan wrote a review Mar 2020
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Metro is neat and clean. Superb maintenance. Staff very cooperative. Enjoy your rides. Just avoid peak times rush.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Brun066 wrote a review Mar 2020
Florence, Italy9,664 contributions987 helpful votes
In my three-day stay in Delhi, I used the metro as much as possible. It was a pleasant surprise for me to be able to take advantage of a structure such as the Delhi metro network: efficient and clean stations and trains, fast trains, a network that - alone or with the help of other means in the "last mile" - allows you to get anywhere. Can I say it? The Delhi metro doesn't look like the city. Delhi (but almost all of India) presents contrasts between rambling places (if not distressing) and places that shine with wealth and luxury. In this context, the Delhi metro is much more than a transport network (anyway more than appreciable): it’s a powerful tool of the welfare state, of reducing inequalities, of a policy of progressive reformism..
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Date of experience: September 2019
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