8 mentions in Dress code at the Taj Mahal
Radha A. said, "...dress code to visit tajmahal. You can dress up urself as per the weather there. Queues can be long at times. Taj Mahal is closed sometimes so before u visit check UPTourism guide for holidays . Yes weekends can be supercrowded so..." See More
Avinash S. said, "...same would be applicable for queue's aswell. High priority ticket (mandatory for foreigner's) would let you surpass the queue. Entry to Taj Mahal would open by 7 am and I would highly advice to have a visit before noon you could enjoy..." See More
Sameera S. said, "...Entry to the Taj Mahal is closed on Fridays, so be sure to plan your trip accordingly. No dress code per se, but as already mentioned here, its best to be a tad conservative in public places. For more information, see link..." See More
Vishesh Vikram S. said, "...There's no dress code as such in Taj Mahal. But as suggested for anyplace in India, clothes that don't expose much are always preferable. If you don't have any options you can still go in whatever you have with you..." See More
Abhi S. said, "...No, there are not at all ay sort of dress code at Taj Mahal. Just one thing to consider that as Taj is a mausoleum and a place of worship for many, so dress modestly if possible. That way you will..." See More
krrish d. said, "...Accessibility for you to Taj Mahal would certainly wide open by 7 am in addition to I'd personally hugely advice to possess a go to just before noon you could take pleasure in the position in peacefulness...." See More
5 mentions in Best places to visit in North India?
Renuka S. said, "...Must visit in North India - Taj Mahal UdaipurJaipur which you can club together. If you would like to experience the mountains then go for Himachal Pradesh- take a spontaneous tour of the entire Himachal...." See More
Pratap S. said, "...are in India for a shorter period the go for Golden Triangle tour which includes Jaipur, Delhi and Agra (city of Taj Mahal ). Here you can also include cities like Mathura, Vrindavan, Fatehpur Sikri, Ranthambore National Park, Ajmer and Pushkar. So..." See More
Cody S. said, "...What are you exactly looking for? There is Agra nearby - Which is popular for Taj Mahal and Fatehpur SikriThere is Dwarka present nearby.However depending on amount of days you have, Delhi has too much to offer. What do you really want..." See More
Asgar A. said, "...Without a doubt, Agra and the magnificent Taj Mahal. It is one of the most awesome sights in the World. The Taj is described as the most perfect building ever constructed...." See More
3 mentions in The traveller's Bucket List- what's on yours?
Gary B. said, "...bucket list are the wonders of the world and other places: Great Wall Of China, pyramids in Egypt, Nepal, Tokyo, Petra, Taj Mahal, Namibia, Cuba, Venice, and the list goes on and on..." See More
Mark P. said, "...Angkor Wat, Luang Prabang, Ayers Rock, Florence, Skeleton Coast Park, Timbuktu, Patagonia (Argentina), Denali National Park, Gallipoli Peninsula, Tibet and the Taj Mahal...." See More
Shanel N. said, "...much history. However if you feel you do have some extra time and don't mind rushing a bit to see the Taj Mahal, it is definitely worth a visit. Another option is to take a taxi or bus to Agra. It..." See More
Sushmita V. said, "...us know your exact dates and we would be able to guide you exactly how to reach Agra to visit the Taj Mahal. You could connect with us on Facebook to get more help if needed...." See More
bhavishya g. said, "...You can visit Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri (nearby of Agra) or Jaipur. You can book hotel online from there you can find the cheap hotel . If you will try to book in person they will ask for higher charge...." See More
sai tarun g. said, "...is nothing..half the time you shall be in the traffic itself. Agra 3 Days is awesome..thats one of my favourite place. Taj Mahal is extraordinary. there is something like...every month once during full-moon they let people visit taj in the night too..otherwise..." See More
Praveen T. said, "...embassies near and around. Quite an expensive market, but shops here keep a lot of export quality products. 3. Visit the Taj Mahal, Man Singh road – Afternoon coffee. Walking distance from Khan market. Their coffee shop ‘Machaan’ is quite famous...." See More
Jayanth K. said, "...not be far behind. Be a little careful in Agra, since it is kind of a tourist trap, thanks to the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri. You can try the Radisson Blu, or other restaurants, but since they're always staring at a..." See More
2 mentions in What is your best travel selfie?
Supun E. said, "...Nargila at Çorlulu Alipasa Medrese, meeting a pen pal for the first time at Cișmigiu Gardens, posing in front of the Taj Mahal, on a train to Nuwara Eliya, dipping my toes into Trincomalee Bay while checking out the Koneswaram Temple,..." See More
2 mentions in Is it safe to travel to india as a single female?
Bharti S. said, "...There are certain pockets where you need to be more careful. All touristy places in the north belt - Agra ( Taj Mahal ), Delhi, Varanasi, Bihar (Bodh Gaya), Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh are actually unsafe. I wouldn't recommend travelling solo to..." See More
Ashley D. said, "...all there numerous moments and sculptures to look after. If this is your first time, you must take a visit to Taj Mahal, India's most beautiful place and one of the seven wonders of the world! There are several other places..." See More
2 mentions in Best free things to do in New Delhi?
Gagan S. said, "...where you can see the Indian culture of different states under one roof.If you have time I will recommend to visit Taj Mahal which is a one day trip and you can leave in morning and come back in night if you..." See More
2 mentions in 2015 Travel - where to go?
Sophia R. said, "...India, first inexpensive, India is the world's most oldest and diverse cultures,India have many world heritage sites, forts and temples. Agra Taj Mahal is a one of the best wonder of world's...." See More
2 mentions in What's the most beautiful building you've ever seen?
Marie-France R. said, "...The Taj Mahal in Agra, India. This is a building you can watch for hours, under different angles, and different light. Its symmetry is probably a big part of what makes it so beautiful. All that pale marble, as well as the..." See More
Prasad N. said, "...heavy Buddhist influence not very expensive . Before heading for hills you can see Delhi, make a short day trip to Taj Mahal about 250 KM by road, or Jaipurbut remember most of North India except for Hills will be extremely hot,..." See More
1 mention in Best locations for a solo round the world trip?
Mark P. said, "...London, and the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg (Russia) If you are interested in iconic UNESCO World Heritage sites then Taj Mahal, Angkor Wat, Petra, Alhambra, Acropolis of Athens, Havana, and Machu Picchu. Natural beauty would include Ilulissat Isfjord, South..." See More
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Dirty city of Agra with majestic Taj Mahal