The best time to visit Agartala is anytime during the winter months of October to February. The weather is pleasant and a light sweater or jacket will suffice to keep you warm. Ditch the jacket in the summer months. Abhishek Hotel and Restaurant at Durgabari Road opposite Rabindra Bhawan is a good place to grab a bite.Paddle Rickshaws are the principle mode of travel within the city limits. Auto Rickshaws plying in specified routes are also available. Local buses are available for long routes.One can reach the airport by taxi, car auto or bus. An auto will charge around Rs. 150-180 for the 12-15km ride. Agartala can be reached via Kolkata. Bengali and Kokborok are the official languages in Agartala. Hindu temple of Vaishnava school of thought and Umamaheswar temple — Hindu temple of Shaiva and Shakti(durga). Venuban Budhha Vihar, Krishna Mandir and Puratan Agartala are also places to check out.
Tourists from all across the country visit this town to witness the diversity of the place.With the arrival of the British rule, it was made the capital of the former state called ‘Hill Tippera’. In 1874-75 A.D. when Maharaja Bir Chandra Manikya was the king of the state, the AgartalaMunicipality was established which was having area of 3 sq. miles and a population of 875 only. The entire infrastructure of the city was well planned with well-laid roads and the market buildings. The city was divided into wards and a representative was appointed for each one of them.The city has history of well planned buildings and settlements. Agartala travel guide gives you the full download of how to reach Agartala, best time to visit Agartala, Agartala attractions, festivals in Agartala and excursions from Agartala, all the details you would like to have before planning a trip here.
Tourists can visit Agartala throughout the year. Grand festivals and cool climate is best enjoyed in the month of October to March while April to July is the best time for sightseeing. There are as such no shortages of accommodation facilities. You can find hotels in Agartala quite conveniently.
Taxis and auto-rickshaws are available outside the airport. The drivers flock around the arrival gate and are mostly reliable. Expect to pay around Rs. 150 (USD 3) for an auto-rickshaw and Rs. 300.
Agartala, the capital city of the Northeastern state of Tripura, is a rapidly growing city in the Northeast in every aspect. The government here is always ready to deal with any emergency situation befalling the city.
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