Agra to Jaipur Cab

241 km

via Bikaner - Agra Rd
via Bikaner - Agra Rd
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Agra – City Of Mughal Heritage
Agra – City Of Mughal Heritage
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Jaipur – City Of Pink Hues
Jaipur – City Of Pink Hues
241 km

Agra – City Of Mughal Heritage

Home to the famous Taj Mahal, Agra is one of the top attractions for people from all over the world. You can book an Agra to Jaipur cab to not only witness this seventh wonder but traverse through everything that Agra boasts of as its legacy. Rent a cab and explore the beautiful residences of the Mughals such as the Mehtab Bagh or the Agra Fort. The city overwhelms with Mughal remnants but has so much more to offer than just heritage buildings. If you love to shop, Agra’s markets, especially the ones in the old city, will serve you with unique handicrafts that you may not find anywhere else. Book taxi online and visit the forests, parks, and cafes for a relaxing time in the city.

Jaipur – City Of Pink Hues

Jaipur is a UNESCO World Heritage City for its pink charm and rich heritage. Book an Agra to Jaipur taxi and take in every bit of Jaipur’s beautiful surroundings without compromising on time and comfort. Often known as the walled city, Jaipur is home to historical possessions like the Jantar Mantar and Amer Fort that withstood the tests of time. Fill up your photo book with the extravagance of Rajput’s at some of the iconic palaces and forts of the city. When in Jaipur, you must try its infamous cuisines like Lal maas, dal bati and ghewar. Let your journey come a full circle by hopping on a cab in Jaipur and driving to the local markets. You will find some of the best works of bandhani, mojari, Gota-Patti and meenakari here. If you do not wish to miss out on anything, travel with Meru’s ready to board Agra to Jaipur cabs. Cab service in Jaipur will ensure you a comfortable journey at affordable rates.

Places to see in Jaipur – City Of Pink Hues

Hawa Mahal – Pink Palace

An iconic pink palace with 953 small windows, Hawa Mahal was built for the Rajput Ladies to witness the street celebrations. You can take a taxi in Jaipur and appreciate its intricate honeycomb design by the roadside.

Jantar Mantar – Masonry At Its Best

Jantar Mantar is an 18th-century astronomical observation site which is extraordinary in its existence. It has about 20 massive astronomical instruments, one of which is the largest of its kind- the sundial. Its uniqueness leads to its enlistment as a UNESCO World Heritage site. You can reach here by getting a taxi service in Jaipur through Meru’s online cab booking and save your time and money.

Amer Fort – Architectural Marvel

Take a car rental in Jaipur and visit the World Heritage Site on top of a hill, the Amer Fort. You will be amazed by its stunning interior as well as exterior. Where its premises have structures like the Sheesh Mahal, its surroundings have a beautiful view of the Maota Lake which is worth an Instagram shot.

Johari Market – Oldest Market Of Jaipur

Feed the shopaholic in you by visiting the little pink shops in Johari Market. You will find excellent pieces of jewellery, traditional juttis and tie-dye sarees here. You can book taxi online and easily reach this colourful market in Agra to Jaipur cabs. Travelling via a trusted car rental service provider will let you set up your own schedule and explore the destinations of your choice. Book a car rental in Agra from Meru and travel from Agra to Jaipur by car.

How the roadmap by cab would look like between Agra to Jaipur?

The last part of the golden triangle circuit. Agra to Jaipur distance is about 240k. A taxi is the most comfortable option. It is also the fastest option for traveling via Bikaner - Agra Rd. Estimated travel time in a dedicated car is 4 hours. Book an outstation cab.

What is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit Jaipur and Rajasthan, in general, is October to March when the temperature is pleasant. Winters(October to March): Winters are absolutely delightful weather in the Rajwadi land(land of the kings) of Rajasthan. You can enjoy the sightseeing at the historic forts along with the Elephant Festival in March, Kite Festival during Makar Sankranti and Jaipur Literature Fest in January. Summers(April to June): As the temperatures rise, it becomes very difficult for sightseeing. Jaipur is not an ideal time to visit in summers as the temperature can rise up to 48-degree centigrade. The festival of Gangaur is celebrated during this time. If you are planning to visit this city at this time, carry light cotton clothes and a good pair of sunglasses. Monsoon(July to September): Monsoons are a welcome relief as the city is covered in lush greenery. It is the time when you can get great bargains on hotels as the holiday season is not quite there. Do carry an umbrella as rains may play a spoilsport.

Alternate routes to Jaipur from Agra

There is only one road route to Jaipur from Agra.

What is the road condition like between Agra to Jaipur?

Western India has some of the finest highways in the country. Agra to Jaipur route is no exception to this. A one-way cab with an experienced driver assures a safe and comfortable journey.


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