1)Prepaid Autorickshaw Booth:: Just outside Agra Cantonment train station is the prepaid autorickshaw booth which gives you a good guide for haggling elsewhere. Prices here are Taj Mahal Rs50, Fatehbad Rd Rs50, Sadar Bazaar Rs40 and Sikandra Rs140 return. A full-day eight-hour tour costs Rs300. Autos aren’t allowed to go to Fatehpur Sikri.
2) Idgah Bus Stand :: Agra authorities are trying to shift long-distance buses to the Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT), but most leave from Idgah Bus Stand . Services from Idgah include frequent buses to Fatehpur Sikri (Rs22, one hour) between 6am and 4pm; Gwalior (Rs75, three hours) 5am to 11.30pm; Jaipur (Rs137, six hours) 4.30am to 10pm; and Delhi (Rs117, 4½ hours) 4am to 11.30pm, via Mathura (Rs37, 1½ hours). Two buses to Khajuraho (Rs230, 10 hours) run at 5am and 6am.
3) Taxis:: Taxis are widely available throughout the city area, but are most easily found at major public areas such as the airport, the train station, and the nicer hotels in town. This can be a comfortable way to get around the city, as some of the taxis are air-conditioned. Fares are usually not determined by meters, even though some taxis do have them. Fares are to be negotiated, and should be agreed upon before beginning a trip to avoid problems at the journey’s end. Many drivers do not speak English, so carrying around a map with the desired destination circles is a good idea.
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