The nearest airport to Agra is the Kheria Airport located around 5 km from the city center. Agra is connected to Delhi, Varanasi and Khajuraho by air. For other cities, tourists need to take a flight to Delhi and continue their journey by train or bus.
Agra by train has an option of three major railway stations. The Agra Cantonment, Agra Fort and Raja ki Mandi are the three main railway stations in Agra that connects the wonder city with other historical and heritage cities in India. The luxury trains – the Palace on Wheels, and the Royal Rajasthan on Wheels also stop at Agra on their eight-day round trip of tourist destinations in Rajasthan and Agra. The Buddhist Special Train also visits Agra.
There are four main railway stations in Agra; they are Agra Cantt, Raja-ki-Mandi, Agra Fort and Idgah Agra Junction. The city is well linked with train services to all major cities in India. There are many super fast express trains connecting Agra with Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata.
Agra Cantt is the main railway station that lies in the southwest of the Taj and Agra Fort, both of which are located at a short ride from the station by car, auto-rickshaw, or cycle rickshaw. Agra Fort Railway Station is one of the oldest railway stations in the country from where you can find trains for several routes. The station has trains to eastern cities like Kanpur, Gorakhpur, Kolkata, Patna and central India like Ratlam, Nagda, Raja Ki Mandi, Idgah and Billochpura. Agra City and Yamuna Bridge are some of the other small stations where one can find trains for other routes. Trains like Palace on Wheels, and the Royal Rajasthan on Wheels also have stoppage in Agra.
Agra is well connected by road to major cities in India. The National Highway Number 2 links it with rest of India. Delhi and Lucknow are well connected with Agra. There are regular bus services from these two cities to reach Agra. Taxies are also to reach Agra from these cities. Main bus stations in Agra are at Idgah and Agra Fort.
Idgah Bus Stand, Taj Depot, Ford depot and Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) are some of the major Bus Stands in Agra which connect several other major cities of the country. NH 2 connects Delhi to Agra through Tughlakabad whereas NH 11 connects Agra to Jaipur via Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. NH 3 connects Agra to Jaipur via Agra –Mumbai Highway. Mathura (55 KM) and Delhi (184 KM) are few other major cities located near Agra.
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