The timeless city of Mughal Splendor and one of the most important seats of empires and kingdoms, Agra has plain, dusty geography combined with extreme weathers having sharp contrasts. The season-wise break up of Agra can be stated as follows

The Summer Season: The summer season in Agra stretches from April to July and is associated with searing heat, accompanied by hot, blowing winds. This is the least favourable time to visit Agra as the exhausting heat may take away all the pleasure of travel. However, due to this crowd, the rates of the hotels as well as restaurants are at their lowest and there are good, bargain-able deals available at most of the places. If you must visit Agra during this time, wear light cotton clothes and don’t forget to wear sunglasses and sunscreen. Moreover, always carry a water bottle with you.

The Monsoon Season: August to October is the monsoon season in Agra. Although the rainy season brings with it a new freshness and the temperature lowers down significantly, clogged and slushy roads can dampen some spirit. But it is also one of the best times to see the magnificent Taj Mahal in all its washed glory. Enjoy the famous bazaar shopping, reveal the amazing rickshaw ride and savour the sweet, hot chai from one of the many stalls. To best enjoy the monsoon season, always carry an umbrella or a raincoat and keep your spirits high.

The Winter Season: The Winter season in Agra begins in October and extends roughly till March. This is said to be the best time to visit this historical city. Pleasant weather and cool breezes make sightseeing a memorable experience. Explore the wonderful heritage and admire timeless monuments at your leisure. However, this is also the peak tourist season and the prices for hotels and restaurants skyrocket. The month of January witness Chilly weather and one must carry ample warm clothes to stay protected. Nevertheless, the charm of enjoying a hot cup of tea in some shack with the backdrop of exquisite history and heritage is amazing and without any parallel.