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Good hotel to stay in Agra
The hotel is quite good both by Indian standards and by European standards. The room is spacious, comfortable, moderately clean, everything worked properly, quick check-in.
 •  5 years ago
Good hotel
Stayed at this hotel for two nights. Living conditions are good. Hot water, TV, internet - everything is there. Rooms are large, spacious, clean, new linen. There is a large pool.
 •  6 years ago
Taj Mahal with My Asia Tours
IndiaAgra
Good day! It's been 3 months since my trip to North India and I want to share my thoughts. I dedicate this post to all those who doubt "to go or not to go". This is not advertising, this is not a desire to persuade.
 •  6 years ago
Good hotel
We settled quickly, the food is not bad, Wi-Fi is only in the lobby, there is practically no view from the windows, but there is a mosque nearby (those who like to shower early in the morning will appreciate it).
 •  11 years ago
Carefully open suitcases!
Upon arrival we were delighted with the hotel. Super beautiful territory. Large deep pool, which is open until 10 pm. Birds sing, unusual landscape design. Well-trained porters.
 •  11 years ago
Agra and Taj Mahal
IndiaAgra
 •  13 years ago
Indian travel. Agra.
IndiaAgra
Our trains are the most traveled trains in the world! ! Indian trains are something! Our train from one station in Delhi to the second was two hours. In fact, he just stood there.
 •  13 years ago
overnight in Agra
The first impression, while you are unloading your things from the trunk, is very positive - a large, spacious hall, flower arrangements and a large territory. But on the way to the elevator, doubts begin to creep in.
 •  13 years ago
Compare the uncomparable :)
IndiaAgra
Well, how to write about sights? Is it the same as describing what a color is to a person with black and white vision, or trying to describe how roses smell to someone with no sense of smell?
 •  10 years ago
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