2 Days Aurangabad to Agra Tour

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Overview

Aurangabad is the famous tourist’s city lies in the state of Maharashtra. This is a tourist’s hub of the state where you will find the world famous monuments and temples, Ajanta ellora is the most visited site of this area. Due to the increasing footfall of the tourists in this state we have shaped a best designed Taj Mahal tour from Aurangabad city. This tour facilitate you with best hotels, luxury vehicle for touring and the excellent English speaking tour guide for the monument visit.

Travel Places

Location : Delhi - Agra
Trip : 02 Days
Min Age : 05
Max Age : 99
Max people : 10+ Members
Landing : Agra
Check in : Any Day
Check Out : Any Day
Identity Proof : Any Government Id
Visa : Required
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Humayun-Tomb
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Qutub Minar
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India Gate
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President House
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Taj Mahal
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Itmad-Ud-Daulah
Tour Program
  • Day 01:Delhi - Agra
    You will catch your flight running between Aurangabad to Delhi. The flight maximum takes to hours to reach Delhi. Here our staff will receive you from the airport and you will be straight transfer to Agra city. The journey takes 3 hours to cover the distance of 200 km. En route to your hotel visit the famous Garden of Mughals the Mehtab bagh which is a perfect spot for watching the sunset view of Taj Mahal across the river Yamuna. Upon reaching Agra check in to your respective hotel. Your evening is free to explore the colorful markets of the historical Agra city. Stay overnight at your hotel.
  • Day 02:Agra - Delhi
    With the first ray of sun you will enjoy the sunrise visit of Taj Mahal. This beautiful monument was a world heritage site of UNESCO and world famous for its marvelous architecture. Return back to your hotel for breakfast. Afterwards you will be driven back to Delhi airport to catch your flight for the onwards journey. Here the tour ends.

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