Visit to Taj Mahal Agra Tour

Visit the Effervescent Symbol of Love that Shines Even After the Test of Centuries

Everybody has heard about Taj Mahal. After all, it is the profligate yet a beautiful symbol of love. If you have never seen the Taj then here is all that you need to know to plan your trip to Taj Mahal, Agra.

Best Time to Visit Agra Taj Mahal

You can visit Taj Mahal anytime you want since Agra is well connected through roadways, railways, airways. Nonetheless, the climate may not be so flattering during the summer months that last from Mid March to Mid September. So visiting during the remaining months (winter and Monsoon season) would be preferable.

The Agra Taj Mahal ticket price for Indian nationals is 20 INR and for children who are under the age of 15, entrance inside the monument is free of cost. For Indian nationals, Night time fee is around 500 INR and needs to be booked in advanced. For foreign nationals, the fee for entrance during day is 250INR (No toll tax included) and for night entrance, it is 750INR. The tickets can either be booked in advance with the help of a tourist agent or can be directly collected from the counters the same of the visit but that will be quite time and effort exhausting as thousands of visitors flock to visit this monument.

Agra Taj Mahal History is one of the most famous tales of this amazing monument. And, the tales are indeed quite true as it is said to be the monument, the lively and towering symbol of love. It is situated on the banks of the beautiful and majestic Yamuna River and is counted among the Seven Wonders of the World. The history of this monument actually dates back to 1630 AD and it’s constructions was commissioned by Shah Jahan who wanted it built as a tomb for his beloved dead wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The monument took a total of 22 years to get built and even 4 and half centuries later; it is remembered as the never dying ode to love.

What are The Taj Mahal Open Days?

Agra Taj Mahal Opening Hours are from sunrise to sunset every day except Friday. Moonlight viewing can also be done by visitors between 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. But for moonlight viewing, you will need to check up on calendar regarding the Full moon since it is only allowed 2 days before and after the latter Luna event.