The journey by train from Agra to Goa is scheduled to take between 31 hours 15 minutes and 36 hours 10 minutes depending upon which train service you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 1,798 km.
Train Times from Agra to Goa
There are 2 direct train services from Agra to Goa, both of which arrive at different train stations.
- Train times from Agra Cantt Railway Station (AGC) to Thivim Railway Station (THVM).
|Train||Agra (AGC)||Goa (THVM)||Operating Days|
|12618||11:55||19:10 + 1 day||M,Tu,W,Th.F,Sa,Su|
- Train times from Agra Cantt Railway Station (AGC) to Madgaon Junction Railway Station (MAO).
|Train||Agra (AGC)||Goa (MAO)||Operating Days|
|12780||17:30||05:40 + 1 day||M,Tu,W,Th.F,Sa,Su|
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Location of Agra Railway Station
Agra Cantt Railway Station is 6.3 km by road from the Tai Mahal.
Location of Thivim Railway Station
Thivim Railway Station is 18.4 km by road from the Chapora Fort.
Location of Madgaon Junction Railway Station
Madgaon Junction Railway Station is 7.6 km by road from Colva Beach.
Goa is India’s smallest state but it delivers a lot which will appeal to visitors, who have been coming to Goa in ever increasing numbers since the 1960s when Goa became a major destination on the ‘Hippy Trail’ with young international visitors coming to enjoy great beaches, cheap living and the famously relaxed attitude to life.
A major defining characteristic of Goa is that it was Portuguese colony from 1510 to 1961, when the Portuguese were finally forced to relinquish control of the state by military action by the India Armed Forces. Four and half centuries of Portuguese occupation resulted in Portuguese food, culture, language and the Catholic religion becoming a integral part of Goan culture. The state also has lots of historic buildings related to period of Portuguese colonisation and some spectacular food combining the two culinary traditions.
Goa is split into North and South Goa with several relatively small towns, none with a population larger than 100,000 people. The people of Goa mostly live in smaller towns and villages spread out along the coastline and across the interior. There are also beaches running for most of the length of the coastline of the state.
As a consequence visitors to the state have a range of different locations where they can base themselves and enjoy the countryside and the culture. Visitors to the state are advised, therefore, to do some research to find out which location might suit them best. Some parts of the state have developed very good tourist facilities and attracts the crowds as a consequence. Other places have less amenities and are quieter. The best place to stay depends on what each visitor is looking for from their holiday.