How to Plan One Day Trip from Delhi to Agra by Car

Planning to visit Agra, the city of love from Delhi by hire a car with private driver? Your search ends here. Now, Four Wheel Drive India Pvt. Ltd. would love to offer you our car rental and tempo traveller services from Delhi to Agra at very reasonable prices. Car rental services are a big facility these days. Going on a tour and having a car under your ownership is a blessing. We often travel in groups of family or friends. There are people of different ages in the family. Their requirements are different and when you decide to take Delhi to Agra by car, please take care of these concerns. We provide all types of car rental from Delhi to Agra like same day trip, multi-day trip or customize trip as per your requirement. Distance from Delhi to Agra by road is about 233 km.

Trip Itinerary of One Day Delhi to Agra by Car

delhi to agra by car

  • 06:00 AM Pick-up from Delhi
  • 10:00 AM Taj Mahal
  • 12:30 PM Agra Fort
  • 02:30 PM Lunch
  • 03:30 PM Baby Taj
  • 05:00 PM Sikandra
  • 06:00 PM Local Market
  • 07:30 PM Back to Delhi


same day agra tour


What is Included in Delhi to Agra One Day Tour Package?

  • Delhi – Agra – Delhi by air-conditioned vehicle.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Packaged mineral water.
  • All vehicle & travel expenses.
  • All applicable taxes.
  • Sightseeing of the entire city in the car.
  • The professional guide facility throughout.

What is Excluded in One Day Delhi to Agra Tour Package?

  • Monument entrance fee, Food bills, Camera charges,
  • Personal Expenses such as tips, Telephone calls, laundry, Liquor, shopping bills etc,
  • Any other activity which is not mentioned in the itinerary,
  • Any Tips to Guide, Hotel, Driver, Restaurant etc.

Attraction Fees for International & Local Tourists-


Charges for Indian

Charges for Foreigners

Taj Mahal



Agra Fort






Akbar Tomb



Mehtab Bagh



Fatehpur Sikri



Guru Ka Tal



List of Places to Visit in Agra Same Day Tour Packages

Taj Mahal – The Charm of India

On this same day Agra tour, at first, you will be taken to Taj Mahal. The spot for which city, just as this nation, is known for. Taj Mahal, with its great nearness in this world, it has loads of stories. What’s more, they all change every now and then and from mouth to mouth. The main thing which gives it a reality, this is a landmark worked by Emperor “Shah Jahan” in the loving memories of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

trip to taj mahal

In this great monument, around 20,000 workers, worked down. In this way, that they could offer shape to their ruler’s will. Architects, artisans, and performers, were brought from all the different distinctive corners of the world. Different valuable and semi-precious stones were utilized in structure this monument. You can also admire that beautiful trim artwork on the white marvel walls.

Also Read about- Taj Mahal Agra

Agra Fort – A Well-Fortified City

Alongside the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort is UNESCO world heritage site. Having 2 legacy locales, Agra is one of those uncommon urban areas. This fortified city is the ideal spot to become acquainted with about the eminence of India and its Emperors. Standing tranquilly on either bank of River Yamuna, this spot likewise gives a heart-beating view on Taj Mahal.

trip to Agra Fort

Because it is a city inside a city, it has numerous gardens, halls, and a large number of rooms. Each piece of this Fort recounts to the distinctive accounts of that time. Like in Diwan-e-Am, head partakes in normal procedures, in Diwan-e-Khas, ruler used to invest private time, and in Jahangir Palace, the adolescence of 14th Mughal Emperor, cut on the dividers.

Also Read about- Inside View of Agra Fort

Tomb of Akbar the Great – Sikandra

The last resting spot of the great Mughal Emperor, Akbar’s Tom, it is an imperative structural magnum opus of the Mughal time. Situated in Sikandra, a suburb of Agra, the tomb is accepted to have been worked somewhere in the range of 1605 and 1618. Despite the fact that the tomb is where one of the best rulers of India is covered, the Mughal plants around it present a lovely and chipper exterior.


Fabricated completely out of sandstone and white marble, Emperor Akbar himself supervised the development of this tomb until his passing. In any case, the development of Akbar’s Tomb was finished by his child Salim. In contrast to different tombs of acclaimed Muslim lords far and wide, the “Tomb of Akbar” faces towards the rising sun rather than Masjid of Mecca.

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