Take a half day trip to the magnificent imperial complex and UNESCO World Heritage Site Fatehpur Sikri with a private air-conditioned car.
Visit Fatehpur Sikri, also known as the "Ghost Town"
Admire the diversity of the jewel of Indo-Islamic architecture from the 16th century
Enjoy strolling in the lush gardens and pools, as well as mysterious and romantic red sandstone grounds
On this trip you explore the fascinating Fatehpur Sikri.
Your tour starts with the pick up from your hotel/airport or a desired place in Agra and with the drive to Fatehpur Sikri. After your arrival you will meet your guide and visit the "Ghost Town". Fatehpur Sikri is a spectacular fortified city, an ancient capital of the once powerful Mughal Empire. The mysterious structure is carved of red sandstone and was built in the 16th century by Emperor Akbar the Great. Visit the breathtaking World Heritage Site and be surprised by the beauty of the imperial fortress.
Surrounded by an 8 km long wall, Fatehpur Sikri is a jewel of Indo-Islamic architecture and art that reflects the splendour of the Persian courts of the 16th century. Admire the magnificent courtyards, audience halls, palaces and other sacred places that conjure up all the visions of a mysterious past. Later you will be taken back to your hotel or a desired location in Agra.
Comfortable walking shoes and sunglasses are recommended.
• Entrance fees for the monuments
• Sightseeing with private air-conditioned car
• Private uniformed and experienced chauffeur
• Bottled water
• All tolls, parking fees and interstate taxes
• Tips and gratuities
Pick-up from your hotel, the airport or another desired location in Agra.
This deal can be cancelled for free up to 3 days before the date of the activity.
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