Hotel Sakura

Address: 49, Old Idgah Colony, Next To Idgah Bus Station, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 282001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 49, Old Idgah Colony, Next To Idgah Bus Station, Agra, is near Jama Masjid - Fatehpur Sikri, Buland Darwaza, Johbhai Palace, and Diwan-I-Kas.
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    Travel Blogs from Agra

    Taj Mahal

    A travel blog entry by elakaczmarska on Nov 09, 2015

    11 photos

    ... but stands solidly on foundations made of a wood from the Himalayas which,when saturated, becomes stronger. Carefully placed on a bench with a quiet view of the Taj, Manu told us the story of the mausoleum. It was built from 1631-1653 by the 4th Mughal King - Shah Jahan ( I know - it sounds straight out of The Jungle Book) for his most favoured wife, Mumtaz Mahal, to honour her and to remember her forever. She died giving birth to their 14th child. Shah Jahan came to sit and ...

    Taj Mahal by Tuk Tuk on a Tuesday...

    A travel blog entry by sophie.morris on Sep 15, 2015

    10 photos

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    We arrived in Agra and safe to say, that wasn't the highlight of the day. As in Delhi, it's a very busy and noisy town, with people, animals and motor vehicles everywhere and occupying every inch of space you can imagine. We took a local guided tour of Agra Fort, which was architecturally more impressive than I had yet seen and historically, has some real stories, too. I recommend you Google and look in to it!! We only got to see about a ...

    Goa and Agra

    A travel blog entry by kezandstevie on Aug 05, 2015

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... helmet” (provided by the rental company), had I but dropped it on a freshly mown lawn, would have probably cracked faster than a soft-boiled egg. While helmets are mandatory by law, they could be made out of papier mâché for all any policeman might actually care. And so, at top speeds of 60kph or so down Indian highways, we were at least comforted to know that our headgear, were we to have a collision with an articulated lorry, would have kept our hair nice and straight. ...

    Night Train & Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by allynut on Jun 20, 2015

    ... to see. The outside of the building was beautiful. We tried to get a taxi but everyone was debating the price and time to get to our hotel. One man, said we could have a city tour then he would drop us to our hotel. As it was torrential rain, and we couldn't see us being able to do much for the rest of the day, we decided to do it. We were all tired and pretty grumpy though, and the rain does nothing to help this. He showed ...

    Agra Perfect Symmetry

    A travel blog entry by elliottd3 on Feb 27, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... Maghal charbagh (ornamental gardens) with its back to the Yamuna River. Its raised position means the back drop is only sky - a masterpiece of design. Decorative 40m high white minarets grace each corner of the platform. The sandstone mosque to the west is an important place for Agra Muslims. The identical building to the eash, the jawab, was built purely for symmetry. The perfect balance of the structures says much about ...