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Agra Fort | Rakabgani, Agra 282003, India
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Reviewed yesterday

Amazing Architecture and view of TAJ from here is great. Luckily we had good local guide who assisted us with good History and importance of the place.

Thank Yog4578
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Agra fort built by the Mughal empire is one of the best looking forts in the country. It lies so close to the Taj mahal . This was the fort where the mughal emperor Shah Jahan was imprisoned during the final years of his...More

Thank Bhargaav
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Having been occupied prior to the construction of the Taj Mahal says a great deal about this historic place. Seeing it’s own history as well as being around as the Taj Mahal itself was being built shows why its position overlooking the river is so...More

Thank 763Kiwi_traveller007
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We were a little jaded with India when we got here after spending 7 weeks travelling around. Its a fort like any other fort you may have seen in India. We were harassed as usual by locals trying to take pictures with us. When we...More

Thank Conor W
Reviewed 2 days ago

The entrance is not so impressive with a slopping path which can be bit difficult for people with handicap,wish they can make a path for wheelchair access, once you reach the top of this path it opens up to a huge garden courtyard with a...More

Thank Travelguru410
Reviewed 4 days ago

We visited the Agra fort in the afternoon after the Taj, it was a pleasant surprise however it was very hot. It is very similar to the Red Fort in Dehli, but I would say it is more organized and better maintained. Good for an...More

Thank tuchichi
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Brilliant place just keeps surprising with its views, architecture and history. It's quite easy to get around although some parts are a bit crowded. Recommend a guide (get a govt one not some bloke at the gate!) & cos it's a govt site there aren't...More

Thank Superkay
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The building was incredible, we had a guide with us who explained the different uses and areas which the fort housed from the various royals and the story of the king locked in by his son, gazing at the Taj Mahal is an evocative image...More

Thank Peanutswede
Reviewed 6 days ago

For anyone with an interest in fortification architecture this site is a must see. Its size alone is intimidating but to then see how it was constructed and how capable it was in withstanding the weaponry of the day. The architects and builders were nothing...More

Thank Kym R
Reviewed 6 days ago

India has a great history!. Amazed to see how such forts were built when there were no technologies. India has much to show to the world that they had a great culture, civilization when other parts of the world were obscure.

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Response from S H | Reviewed this property |
I did see some families with baby carts- so unless it is a very large pram it should be O.K.
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