Ticket was shown wrong time 9. Am instead of 6. 50 am and due to this flight missed . . Later Air India team arranged a cab to drop in Agra. Spoiled entire day and the car driver was not know how to behave and he was too rude. He just want to finish his duty. Air line was not done their responsibility.
Everything was very good in this flight except breakfast. They gave only two biscuits without tea and coffee. Our tickets were with including breakfast. At least in morning hours there should the be facility of hot beverages
If you travelling from jaipur please follow these steps which I am telling you, Surely you will like my route :
3 h 55 min (240 km) via Agra - Bikaner Rd
1.Take Bhawani Singh Rd and Shanti Path to NH11 in Jawahar Nagar 2.Head south-east on Jacob Rd/Shanti Nagar towards Ajmer Rd 3.Jacob Rd turns left and becomes Jamnalal Bajaj Marg 4.Turn right onto Sardar Patel Rd 5.At 22 Godam Cir, take the 1st exit 6.At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Bhawani Singh Rd 7.Continue onto Shanti Path 8.Follow NH11 to Agra - Bikaner Rd in Basua Nagla 9.Follow Agra - Bikaner Rd to Mahatma Gandhi Rd in Rakabganj, Agra
Note : THIS ROUTE HAS TOLLS
Now I will tell you what is my experience on this journey. First of all I will tell you why I am going to Agra. Obviously to visit TAJ MAHAL and more great places. Visiting the splendid Mughal monuments at Agra one can't miss the bustling roads of the city which are always full of life. The area starting from Taj Mahal to Jama Masjid provides a stark disparity between the splendid edifices and the raw and rustic streets of the city.
We spent an entire morning driving through these old streets of the city and thus we got opportunity to view the real life in the city. The small tea shops, restaurants at every corner and people busy with their daily routine work is all we got to see in the city.
The city is decked with numerous spectacular Mughal buildings on one hand and on the other side it has a perfect contrast of its rustic streets. Unfortunately the city is in a bad condition due to ignorance of the state government still the city contains its own charm with interesting sites and friendly people. Thus one must surely stop at one of the local tea shops for catching a full view of the city.
I think car is the best way to travel as there is no Airport in Agra. You can enjoy the whole experience and stop anywhere you want. There are quite a few good restaurants on the way and some serve really great buffet food.
If you are coming from Jaipur side then it is a good option to visit Fatehpur Sikri before entering Agra. That is what we did and then we could relax at the hotel for the rest of the day.
Jaipur to Agra route is four lane tracking and it is better to move in morning near about 5-6 am if you want to return back to Jaipur in night. There are many sightseeing attraction on the way like Abhaneri step well, deeg palace and Bharatpur bird sanctuary, Bharatpur museum and Fateh pur sikiri.
You will find good midway like Gangour motel, Rajasthani motel and one more midway that is RTDC mahuwa midway. It is unsafe during night to stop at any dhabas or restaurant where usually truck drivers stop for rest.
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Agra is situated at a distance of 265 km from Jaipur. Land of one of the Seven Wonders of the World; the Taj Mahal, Agra is well connected to Jaipur by road and train. However, the best way to reach Agra from Jaipur is by road, a journey of about 5 ? hours by bus. On the way, there are present several ATMs, hospitals and rest stops. Besides eating joints such as Golden Dragon and Niros, there are various dhabas serving traditional Rajasthani and Mughlai food on the way.
Transport options from Jaipur to Agra
Jaipur to Agra By Bus: Take a direct bus from Jaipur to Agra, which takes about 5 ? hours. The Agra bus stand is situated at a distance of 2.5 kilometres from the city centre. Several AC and Non-AC buses are available for Agra from Jaipur. The fares of these buses range between INR 190 to 315. This mode is best for youngsters, individuals and backpackers.