Duration : One Day
Destination : Delhi - Agra - Delhi
Tour Overview :
Heritage Walk with Old Agra city provides you an opportunity to explore the old city of Agra which is known for its rich culture and heritage. The narrow lanes of Agra offer so much to see to the tourist. In this tour, the Govt approved tour guide will take you to different tourist hot spots in city where you will get to know about age old traditions and ancient architecture.
You get a chance to stroll through the narrow lanes of Agra and visit historic mosques, shrines, markets, etc. This tour will teach you a lot about Hinduism and Islam.
The tour guide will pick you from your hotel and you will take you to for Agra City Walk. The first stop on this walking tour is Jama Masjid.
Here you will get to know a lot about ancient system of medicine- Ayurveda. Indian system of medicine is world renowned and now more and more people are recognizing its effects. Vaidya Ramdutta was a renowned Ayurvedic Doctor here.
From here you will go to the Spice market. This is also referred to as Rawatpara. This market offers the best spices across the country. There is lot of bargaining done in this spice market, so you should be all braced for some haggling. Beware of pickpockets and beggars. This area is very congested so keep all your valuable items in the hotel room when you come here. Also stay away from hawkers and peddlers on the walk.
Then you can move towards the Chidiyawal Temple. You get outstanding street food on this walking tour. Visit the Chidiyawala Temple and then head towards Patal Hanuman Temple.
This is a very old temple which is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple has lot of respect amongst Hindus. From here you will head towards Mughal Police Station and then to Mankameshwar Temple.
After Patal Hanuman Temple you will first stop by Kinari Bazar. Do some shopping here and head towards Mankameshwar temple. This is one of the oldest temples in Agra, dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Shivalinga located here is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva.