Travelling by Bus from Delhi to Agra
Agra is the home to the renowned Taj Mahal, one of the best visitor goals in the nation. Countless number of tourist visits this authentic city from over the globe consistently to witness the magnificence of this verifiable ponder called Taj Mahal. I was on my trip when I chose to visit Agra; I booked tickets online from redbus and reached Agra by taking busways. The bus took me around 3 hours from Delhi to Agra; travelling was a wonderful and decent one.
Other attractions that were in my travel guidebook included Jama Masjid, Mehtab Bagh, Chini Ka Rauza and Tomb of Akbar. Agra is well connected to major cities with courtesy roadways, railways and airways; hence, it can be reached quite easily. Once I reached Agra, I simply made up my mind to visit the Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort, Guru ka Tal, Moti Masjid, Panch Mahal, Mankameshwar Temple and Musamman Burj. The locals here are quite fond of food and this reflects in their way of life. There is a food joint at the end of almost all roads.
Delhi serves as a major transit point for travellers coming to this city from several other locations. As a result, a number of Delhi to Agra bus, train and taxi services are available for tourists. If you too are planning a trip to the city of Taj Mahal from the national capital and looking for an economical and convenient option, then a bus journey should be your first choice. I boarded the Falcon tours, travels bus from Red Fort at 5:50am, and reached Agra at 11:00am. The staff in the bus was friendly and polite. Most of the time I was reading a book and gazing out of the window. The vehicle passed across several scenic places like greenery, distinctive towns and vibrant places.
It is one such city that has everything from bustling shopping malls to historical monuments. It is one of the most tourist friendly cities of India. The best time to visit the city is between October and March. I would recommend you to start exploring the city by first visiting the Mughal Era Historical Monuments. Also make sure to visit the ancient market of Chandni Chowk followed by a long walk at Lodi Gardens. It is one of the most visited gardens of Delhi spread across a vast stretch of land with plush greenery on all four sides. It is one of the best places to relax and unwind amidst nature as the hustle and bustle of the city continues in the backdrop. The political power in the city is what makes it stand out from the rest of the country. You will spot at least one social or political elite will taking a casual walk in the by lanes of Delhi. The route from Delhi to Agra is one of the most preferred busway. Besides, the road journey takes less time and everyone appreciates a short distance of bus travelling.