The shortest railway route from Jaipur to Agra Fort Railway Station is 240 km, although some train takes less direct routes from Jaipur to Agra Fort Railway Station covering longer distances of up to 357 km. The fastest train services on this route achieve an average speed of 69 kilometres per hour whilst the slowest ones travel at average speed of 52 kilometres per hour. This means that there is a big difference between the different train services and booking the best trains in advance makes all the difference.
Train Times to Agra
There are 16 departures a day from Jaipur’s main railway station to Agra Fort Railway station from 02:10 through to 21:45.
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- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Jaipur to Agra Fort Railway Station is Train #12035 (the Jaipur Agra Fort Shatabdi) which is scheduled to complete the journey in 3 hours 30 minutes.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Jaipur to Agra Fort Railway Station is Train #05286 (the Ajmer Junction Barauni Junction Special) which is scheduled to complete the journey in 6 hours 55 minutes.
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Location of Jaipur Train Station
Jaipur Railway Station is located on Station Road in the centre of Jaipur City.
Location of Agra Train Station
Agra Fort Railway Station is 7.9 km by road from the Taj Mahal.
Agra has a reputation as being an unpleasant city with some magnificent buildings and picturesque riverside scenery. Most foreign visitors choose not to spend the night in Agra, instead opting to travel by train or bus back to Delhi which has a better range of hotels and restaurants.
Here at India Trains we don’t agree with that view. Firstly, even if your main interest in coming to Agra is to view its two main attractions, the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort, you should experience both at different times of the day. The light changes throughout the day and you can best appreciate the colours of the buildings either very in the morning or at dusk. Staying in a hotel near to the Taj Mahal overnight affords you the opportunity to enjoy the romantic views of the Taj Mahal from the banks of the Yamuna River whilst flock of green parrots fly overhead and the giant fruit bats wake up and start to fly around. Both the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort are experiences as much as they are historic buildings and to properly appreciate them you need to allow yourself some time. The other reason to stay a bit longer in Agra is that there are lots of other things to see and do. The Mughal Emperor built lots of interesting monuments in the area including the Tomb of Akbar at Sikandra. Agra also has some very lively temples and a botanical garden. A day spending touring these sites in an auto rickshaw is an experience you likely to enjoy.