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Agra, home to the famous UNESCO-listed Taj Mahal, is one of the top tourist destinations in the country. Thousands of tourists visit this historical city from across the globe every year to witness the beauty of historical wonders like Taj Mahal, Jama Masjid, Mehtab Bagh, Chini Ka Rauza and Tomb of Akbar the Great. The city is well-connected to rest of the country courtesy roadways, railways and airways; hence, it can be reached quite easily. Once in Agra, do not miss out on the Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort, Guru ka Tal, Moti Masjid, Panch Mahal, Mankameshwar Temple and Musamman Burj.

Delhi serves as a major transit point for travelers coming to this city. As a result, a number of Delhi to Agra bus, train and taxi services are available for tourists to choose from. If you too are planning a trip to the city of Taj Mahal from the national capital and looking for an economical and comfortable option, then a bus journey should be your first choice. There are about bus 22 operators that offer their services on this popular route.

Travelers from across the world come to India to experience this route. Driving through the plains of Uttar Pradesh, stopping by the roadside dhabas or the Punjabi restaurants, witnessing acres of village life to finally see the spectacular Taj Mahal.

What makes the Monument of Love so special (apart from the history and the beauty) is that it remains rather accessible to us. While there may be a number of my fellow country-dwellers who have not seen this wonder of the world, I urge them to take the shortest route to witness its splendor.

Online Ticket Booking

Traveling from Delhi to Agra is quite convenient and hassle free since it has some major bus terminals. Tickets can be booked online from redbus at great discounts. Checkout the redBus Android and iOS apps and book tickets anywhere, anytime.

Schedule, Boarding & Drop off points

The approximate 200 km distance between these two cities can be covered in 3 to 5 hours on an average, depending on the condition of the road, traffic and bus type. NH2, NH 93 and Yamuna Expressway are the major roads that connect these cities. More than 25 daily trips are available on this route. The first daily service is scheduled at 06:00 am and the last one at 10:40 pm.

There are quite a few boarding points on this route, and this list includ