The journey by train from Khajuraho to Agra is scheduled to take between 8 hours 20 minutes and 8 hours 32 minutes depending upon which train service you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 417 km.
Train Times from Khajuraho to Agra
There are 2 direct train services from Khajuraho to Agra.
- Train times from Khajuraho Railway Station (KURJ) to Agra Cantt Railway Station (AGC).
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Location of Khajuraho Railway Station
Khajuraho Railway Station is 9.2 km by road from Bhagwan Parshwanath Digamber Jain Mandir Temple.
Location of Agra Cantt Railway Station
Agra Cantt Station is 6.3 km by road from the Taj Mahal.
Agra is one of the most visited cities in India, but that does not mean that it is one of the most pleasant cities in India. Indeed, Agra is a large and heavily populated city, with over 1.5 million permanent residents in the city centre.
Agra is notorious for unhygienic food and being somewhere full of people trying to scam the hordes of domestic and foreign visitors that come to the city every year. Nowhere is this more true than in Taj Ganj which is the area immediately next to the Taj Mahal with lots of budget accommodation and restaurants catering to budget travellers. The benefit of staying here is the proximity to the Taj Mahal and the rooftop cafes from which you can see the Taj Mahal and the Yamuna River.
The reason why visitors put up with the downsides of Agra are the fantastic Mughal era buildings constructed in the city, which at one time was the capital of the Mughal Empire. Some visitors come on a day trip, however, there are lots of sights to see in the area and there is something magical about sunset at the Taj Mahal which merits an overnight stay.
Among the top attractions in Agra are:
- Taj Mahal: Iconic white marble building constructed in the 17th Century as the mausoleum of Shah Jahan’s wife, who died in child birth. Both a romantic building and a romantic story. No trip to India is complete without a visit to the Taj Mahal, which is one of the few tourist destinations in the world that truly lives up to the hype bout it.
- Agra Fort: Constructed in the 16th Century from red stand stone, Agra Fort is, along with the Taj Mhal, one of the two major tourist attractions in Agra.
- Itmad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb: Similar to the Taj Mhal, but smaller, this impressive tomb was constructed in the 17th Century from red stand stone embellished with white marble.
- Tomb of Akbar the Great: Another 17th Century mausoleum but in different in style to the Taj Mahal. The tomb itself is surrounded by a large garden all enclosed within tall walls which give the complex the appearance of a fort. The tomb itself has four tall minarets.