The city of Agra, 220 km from the National capital Delhi was nurtured by the mighty Mughal dynasty. They left us a heritage of world-class monuments. Agra holds a distinction of having 3 UNESCO world heritage sites! Mughlai cuisine, architectural delights, sacred places, fine art and handicrafts and great shopping make Agra. India’s number one destination for travel lovers. Agra’s unique ambiance arises from the passionate attention it got from the live generations of the Mughals.
The marble extravaganza Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Sprawling Fatehpur Sikri, Bejeweled Itmad –Ud – Daulha’s Tomb, Dayalbagh and Akbar’s Tomb at Sikandra are living monuments in red sandstone, marble and precious gems.
Temperature in Agra: The best time to visit Agra is from October to March; The start of autumn, which gradually leads to a crisp and pleasant winter, this is the best Climate to visit Agra. Climate in Agra between October to March (3 degree Celsius to 30 degree Celsius).
Summer in Agra: This is the beginning of summer with the range of 25 degree Celsius to 45 degree Celsius. Agra experiences the summer season from the month of April to July. The climate during summer remains humid.
Monsoon in Delhi: The beginning of monsoon, bring the temperature down to much of relief and lasts from July to August with day temperature at 30 degree Celsius to 35 degree Celsius.
Winter in Agra : December and January are decidedly chilly with night-time low. The temperature varies from 22 degree Celsius to 5 degree Celsius during this period.