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Pantnagar (PGH) to Agra (AGR) SpiceJet flights also serves

Nainital Agra SpiceJet Flights

Nainital is approx 46 kms from Pantnagar (PGH)

Rishikesh Agra SpiceJet Flights

Rishikesh is approx 226 kms from Pantnagar (PGH)

Haridwar Agra SpiceJet Flights

Haridwar is approx 214 kms from Pantnagar (PGH)

Corbett Agra SpiceJet Flights

Almora Agra SpiceJet Flights

Almora is approx 123 kms from Pantnagar (PGH)

Mukteshwar Agra SpiceJet Flights

Mukteshwar is approx 94 kms from Pantnagar (PGH)

Bhimtal Agra SpiceJet Flights

Bhimtal is approx 57 kms from Pantnagar (PGH)

Meerut Agra SpiceJet Flights

Meerut is approx 204 kms from Pantnagar (PGH)

Ranikhet Agra SpiceJet Flights

Ranikhet is approx 115 kms from Pantnagar (PGH)

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Agra (AGR) to Pantnagar (PGH) SpiceJet flights also serves

Pantnagar Delhi SpiceJet Flights

Delhi is approx 220 kms from Agra (AGR)

Pantnagar Gurgaon SpiceJet Flights

Gurgaon is approx 244 kms from Agra (AGR)

Pantnagar Noida SpiceJet Flights

Noida is approx 207 kms from Agra (AGR)

Pantnagar Mathura SpiceJet Flights

Mathura is approx 60 kms from Agra (AGR)

Pantnagar Gwalior SpiceJet Flights

Gwalior is approx 126 kms from Agra (AGR)

Pantnagar Ghaziabad SpiceJet Flights

Ghaziabad is approx 215 kms from Agra (AGR)

Pantnagar Faridabad SpiceJet Flights

Faridabad is approx 223 kms from Agra (AGR)

Pantnagar Alwar SpiceJet Flights

Alwar is approx 174 kms from Agra (AGR)

Pantnagar Bharatpur SpiceJet Flights

Bharatpur is approx 55 kms from Agra (AGR)

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Popular attractions in Agra

  • Jama Masjid

    Agra is one of the oldest living cities of India where the Mughal footprints have left an indelible mark in the minds of millions of travellers. Spotted with white marble and sandstone all over, Agra narrates the stories of thousand years old India, the grandeur and royalty of which is absolutely unique and charming. As Agra served as the capital of Mughal Empire for several years, Islamic architecture is deeply rooted in its historical soil. And one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture is the Jama Masjid, India's largest mosque commissioned by Shah Jahan.

  • Akbar's Mausoleum

    Located on the outskirts of the Agra city, this tomb is also known as Sikandara Fort. Its architecture...

  • Itimad-ud-Daulah's Tomb

    Situated on the eastern bank of the Yamuna, the tomb was built by Nur Jahan, wife of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir. Made in the memory of her father Mirza Ghiyas Beg, it was constructed in 1622-1628 CE. Mirza Ghiyas Beg was Jahangir’s wazir (chief minister) and Lord of the treasury. Jahangir honoured him with the title, Itimad-ud-daulah which means ‘Pillar of the Government’. 

  • Taj Mahal

    “...let this one teardrop, this Taj Mahal, glisten spotlessly bright on the cheek of time, forever and ever.” - Rabindranath Tagore Taj Mahal is...

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