Hotel Ambica Deluxe

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Delhi Taj Train

by rjaparidze

Hi there,

I had a chance to skim through forum replies and found that train is the best option to travel to tajmahal. Do you agree? if so how long will it take and what is the price?
Is there a direct connection from the airport?

Thanks in advance
Rati from Georgia

Re: Delhi Taj Train

by qaminari

There is no direct public transport connection from Delhi Airport to Agra where the Taj Mahal is. You would have to take a bus or taxi into Delhi from the airport (about one hour) and train from New Delhi Station, e.g. the Taj Express, see http://www.indiatravelite.com/agra/agratpt1.htm. Train takes a couple of hours, cost depends on class, obviously I would reckon on about 700 Rs.
Of course when you get to Agra (Cantonment) station, you still have to get a taxi to the Taj, I believe there is a prepaid taxi desk at the station and it should cost about 130 Rs.
There are also day tours by rail, see http://www.indiatraveltours.com/agra%20day%20trip.htm

Re: Delhi Taj Train

by mahavirpd1

No train is not best. U better take a taxi right from airport. rather than going to city or airport which will take at least 2 hours for return. for TAJ from airport, for public transport, u will have to travel to and fro, in vain, wasting your time. For taj from airport, for public transport, u have to go to city and return to airport n the same highway goes to taj(agra). from airport to taj will take around 3 hours. price will vary on the cab opted. from INR 5000 to 10,000 for a return ticket will be a fair price. connection from airport to taj is direct. do not go to city, unless u want to exploit it. there is nothing a red fort, india gate etc.

Re: Delhi Taj Train

by May102

Depends when you arrive at the Airport and whether you have a long distance flight behind you or not. Most Intl flights arrive around or after midnight. Then you would have to go into Delhi. No way should you take a car to Agra before dawn...

Have you been in India before? If not, do not go to Agra right away. Preferable to go into Delhi first, take a train or car from there. Cars are a lot let expensive from there than quoted above from Airport. New Delhi is a nice experience. Go to stay at Paharganj (area opposite New Delhi Railway Station). Inexpensive reasonable budget Hotels there, and traditional Indian bazaars. Right in the center of the city.

Whether train is best or not depends again on your experience in India. it is certainly not a good idea if you have no or little experience. Such a visit then might become a nightmare (booking and getting the ticket, finding the right train station, boarding the train, taxi after arrival, waiting charges or getting another one, thronged with touts and junk-seller and beggars...).

With little experience of India you are better off taking a car from Delhi, back and forth. A car is always a convenient place to withdraw into when you are overwhelmed with people who want something from you.

Otherwise check here for trains. (take Agra Cantonment as arrival destination, and take All class on menue, instead of Sleeper, because the trains you want do not have sleeper)

http://www.indianrail.gov.in/

Avoid trains from Nizamuddin, because station is half an hour drive from center of town.

Have fun. Ask more here if necessary.

Travel Tips for Delhi

Birla Temple

by SirRichard

BIRLA TEMPLE
This white and brown temple is located near to Connaught Place. Its name comes of its builder, the industrialist B.D. Birla. It is dedicated to Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity and good fortune, and is commonly known as Birla Mandir or Lakshmi Narayan Temple.
Mahatama Gandhi inaugurated the temple (1938) and was a regular visitor too.

Every person who renders you a...

by mitsi900

Every person who renders you a service is usually called 'bhaiya' means brother. So, if it's an autorickshaw driver, shopkeeper, fellow pedestrian, bus conductor (in case u do travel by bus!) etc. call them bhaiya. Refrain from using this affectionate term in better restaurants/ malls, because it can be taken as an insult. This term is used for the lower service class.

shooting the NSG drills

by husain

The NSG provides security to VIP's, conducts anti-sabotage checks, and deals with terrorist threats. Its many drills are meant to tune them to engage terrorists in specific situations, responding to hijacking in the air or land, and responding to hostages situations...
Needless to say the drills were more about guns than roses

Most of the pubs/ bars (whats...

by virattravels

Most of the pubs/ bars (whats the differece?) in Delhi close by midnight. There are some Discotheques in 5* hotels which charge an entrance. During weekdays these turn out to be quite empty.

A new Disc has come up at Sahara Restaurant Complex in Vasant Kunj. And I think Sahara is the by far the most crowded.

I dont think there are any legal strip teases or go go bars or massage parlors. And, I am a law abiding person :) For these go to Bangkok.

Besides this there is a huge (sometimes really huge like on weekends) congregation of local junta between 10 pm - 1 am at India Gate lawns to lick on a ice candies, eat pop corn and play with balloons. So if you are staying near CP spend a family evening on lawns of India Gate. Smart casuals all the way. India Gate you can visit even in your night suit.

Pre-paid taxis at the Airports

by husain

The best option for travellers who disembark at the international/domestic airports and need a taxi would be to head straight for the booth operated by the Delhi police.
The booth is on your way out of the building- in the case of both the international and the domestic terminals. You are charged a fixed rate as per where you are headed, take your name down, and assign a specific taxi to you. This way, you will not be taken for a ride and its safer as the cops also have a record of which taxi was taken by who etc.

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