The abode of one of the 7 wonders of the world, the majestic Taj Mahal, Agra is the most busy tourist destinations even during its off season. Well truly speaking one who has the heart to travel he or she doesn’t worry about best time to visit Agra. If you have time in hand, just pack your bag and visit this cultural city that still reflects the hues of Mughals from its traditional cuisines, arts and jewelleries other than the medieval architectures of Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Still if you dig into its peak season when the sandstone alleys are jam-packed with both international and domestic tourists, then from October to March is the best time when you can drive your leg muscles. The climate in Agra is generally hot and dry throughout the year except during the winters when the temperature in Agra drops down to 7 degree to a maximum of 15 degree during the daytime.

The temperature in Agra in October and November cuddles in between 15 degree to 20 degree whereas it falls to 10 degree in December and sometimes the temperature in January drops to 5 degree. It is during this time of the year when Agra climate welcomes tourists from distant parts of the world. Nonetheless from February the temperature starts to rise up to a high of 25 degree that roves in the range of 27 degree and 32 degree till March.

The temperature in Agra in April hops and soars to 40 degree and during May it reaches to its extreme point at 42 degree and sometimes to 45 degree that prolongs till June unless the first drops of monsoon.

Monsoon is occasional but it generally starts from July and continues with occasional rainfall till September. During this period the temperature nestles and ranges between 25 degree and 35 degree.

If you are planning for a trip to Agra then the best time to visit Agra is during the winter season between November and March when the weather is at its best. During this time the temperature is moderate and several festivals coincide. Taj Mahotsav, the popular 10 day long festival is celebrated during the month of February each year. A visit to this fair is a must for the art, craft and culture admirers. Ram Bharat, Kailash Fair and Bateshwar Fair are the other major eyeball grabbing festivals.



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