Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula: Popularly known as Baby Taj, the Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula is a popular tourist attraction located in Agra. The monument is built in shape of Taj Mahal and thus it is called the Baby Taj. A prime heritage & historical monument, the place attracts millions of tourists every single year.
Lunch: Enter the Bon Barbeque Restaurant to enjoy a delicious buffet lunch. You are allowed to spend some time in rest before resuming your journey.
Visit to the Local Markets: Crowded streets stuffed with shops and vendors selling food, handicrafts and everything else you can imagine, the old markets of Agra present the perfect view of a busy city. Spend some time wandering around these streets and pick a few items of your choice, to take home as souvenirs.
Agra is famous for its handicrafts, especially marble statues, marble replica of Taj, leather items and wood items. You may find these items everywhere in these streets at very good price. Agra is one of the largest exporters of handicrafts in the whole world, thus it is important that you spend some time in places that gave this city the reputation of export house.
Sadar Bazaar: Popularly known as the Food Street of Agra, Sadar Bazaar is the place where hunger meets delicious cuisines. From beginning to the end and amidst the congested streets, only one thing you will locate which is food courts, restaurants, sweet shops and stalls all around.
The aroma of delicious food starts as soon as you reach Sadar Bazaar and the taste remains with you for many days after you leave. The Food Street is not just popular among tourists but also the popular place of hangout for the residents of Agra. You may easily locate groups of people enjoying delicious food and spending quality time with their friends & loved ones.
Agra ka Petha, a special sweet of Agra is sold in large amount in this market and you may find hundreds of stores selling finest quality Petha. Since this sweet may last for many days, it makes a great souvenir to take home with you.