Popular places to visit in Taj Ganj
The white mausoleum for Shah Jahan’s third wife is a timeless, ingenious work of art. Decorative carvings, stone inlays and mosaics inspire awe of Mughal culture.
An impressive defensive structure built for Mughal emperors is a vast citadel encompassing marble towers, palaces, mosques and gardens.
With intricate detailing, expansive gardens and a somber burial chamber, this splendid tomb is an apt tribute to one of the Mughal Empire’s greatest rulers.
Nicknamed the Baby Taj, this exquisite tomb is made of pure white marble and is known for its intricate and elaborate carvings.
The Friday Mosque is a grand 17th-century Mughal masterpiece encompassed by the infectious atmosphere of Agra’s time-honored and bustling bazaars.
Enjoy an outing to Moti Masjid during your stay in Agra. Amble around this culturally rich area's picturesque gardens and enjoy its top-notch restaurants.
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Other areas in Agra
4/5Very Good!(4 area reviews)
Visitors to Rakabganj enjoy its historical sites, and if you want to do some exploring, Agra Fort is worth a stop.
While Sadar Bazaar isn't home to many top sights, Agra Fort and Kinari Bazar are some notable places to visit nearby.
3/5(1 area review)
The ample dining options and picturesque gardens are top of the list for many visitors to Sikandra. A stop by Tomb of Akbar the Great or Mariam's Tomb might round out your trip.