Buy train tickets from Delhi to Agra

Via the shortest railway route, Delhi is 195.02 km from Agra. There are 131 different train services from Delhi to Agra, although not all train services run every day of the week. Trains to Agra depart from 6 different train stations in Delhi and arrive at either Agra Cantonment Railway Station or Agra Red Fort Railway Station depending upon which train you take.


Train Times to Agra


The best railway station to travel from is New Delhi Railway Station (NLDS) as there are 27 train services operating from there to Agra Cantonment Railway Station (AGC).

TrainDelhi NDLS StationAgra AGC Station
0401400:1008:06
1213805:1508:50
1200206:0008:06
1850808:1011:45
1107810:2013:50
1262611:3014:25
1271613:2016:30
1219114:0517:10
1603214:3018:30
1145014:3018:30
1631814:3018:30
1668814:3019:05
1272417:3020:37
1421217:4022:05
1261618:4021:45
0879819:0522:35
1821619:0500:15
1262821:1500:02
1930823:4002:40
2240423:5002:50
1248623:5002:50
0472123:5002:50
1242223:5002:50
0242223:5002:50
2245823:5002:50
2245623:5503:05
0401223:5503:05


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Location of Delhi NDLS Station


New Delhi train station is 4.0 km by road from Delhi’s famous Red Fort.


Location of Agra Cantonment Station


Agra Cantonment Railway Station is 4.6 km by road from Agra Fort.


About the Taj Mahal


Construction of the Taj Mahal in Agra began in 1632 and was fully completed 21 years later in 1653. The building was famously constructed by Emperor Shah Jahan to house the tomb of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal.

The Taj Mahal in Agra is India's most famous tourist attraction

The Taj Mahal in Agra is India’s most famous tourist attraction

Indian authorities estimate that 7 to 8 million people a year visit the Taj Mahal, making it India’s number 1 tourist attraction. The majority of visitors are Indian. The tomb at the centre of the Taj Mahal is surrounded by a large ornamental garden bordered on thee sides by sandstone walls. The Taj Mahal is built using materials from all other India and also from other countries in Asia. The crystal used in the construction came from China, the carnelian from Arabia, the lapis lazuli from Afghanistan, turquoise from Tibet and the sapphire from Sri Lanka, making the Taj Mahal a pan-Asian construction project.

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