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Agra Fort

Agra Fort | Rakabgani, Agra 282003, India
+91 96000 17031
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An important medieval complex with beautiful mosques and palaces.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good35%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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Agra Fort | Rakabgani, Agra 282003, India
+91 96000 17031
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Reviewed yesterday

Red fort in Agra is a must visit. Take the services of a guide - bargain and don't pay more than 300 rupees or try to get an audio guide. You can get some good views of the Taj Mahal from the fort and learn...More

Thank MusafirHarsha
Reviewed yesterday

Active fort which is currently occupied by the military so only approximately 25% of the fort is open to tourists. What's open to tourists is full of history and some amount of preservation. We visited with a guide as part of the Taj Mahal tour....More

Thank Joyman L
Reviewed yesterday

We went here with a tour guide and it was a great place. We could have stayed and explored longer but our two kids were tired.

Thank Patricia S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We enjoyed our visit which was memorable Difficult to appreciate the scale of the place Lucky with the weather and excellent tour guide

Thank considercarefuly
Reviewed yesterday

An amazing place, really immense, the Moghul kings must have been rich beyond imagining. Multi-Billionaires in today's terms. A huge site, we saw only those parts reserved for the royal family.

Thank Mike S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

And be amazed by the beauty and precision of the sandstone and marble structures and building that make up the Agra Fort, make sure you have plenty of time to enjoy this Fortress, that over looks the Taj Mahal, it's a site not to be...More

Thank Judith C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Nice addition to the taj experience, well informed and knowledgeable guide made the experience very interesting indeed.

Thank Jonathan P
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

70% of the for is not accessible because of army residence but the rest is enough to amaze people about the mughal dynasty. Its a huge fort made of red sand stone. It's architecture is beautiful. Lot of walk and patience need to experience the...More

Thank Sadia Akther S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Woonderfully decorated and full of history, better to have a guide to explain facts and details. Quite cool at the top.Not super crowded.

Thank MinibearX
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

In excellent condition and huge. Fascinating place especially the royal quarters where the emperor was in prison - the view across to the Taj Mahal and the river valley is incredible This is a must visit for all visitors to Agra

Thank Andrew E
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13 September 2017|
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Response from Graham O | Reviewed this property |
Sorry no I can't! But what I can tell you is that Ashutosh Gowakir is a film director and Ashutosh Gwalior is a vet. These people may have been named after the region they originated from, but if you are thinking about... More
24 July 2017|
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Response from Sadman R | Reviewed this property |
Depends on which country you are from If you are an Indain then it's really cheap like 50 rupees If you are from a country which is a member of SAARC then it's 500 rupees If you are from other countries outside SAARC then... More
24 July 2017|
Response from inaya2016 | Reviewed this property |
550 Rupees for non indian