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Are you looking for Agra to Rewa flights?Look no further! Adani One offers you low-cost Agra to Rewa flight tickets. Adani One is your one-stop destination to book affordable budget-friendly flight tickets. You can also be assured of excellent air ticket deals, cashback offers, and discounts. Simply enter your source and destination cities, and Adani One will give you an airfare calendar with varying airfares spread across weeks. The calendar gives you a detailed list of reasonably priced flights, with their schedules, dates, layover city(ies), and fares. Airlines like IndiGo, AirAsia, Air India, and SpiceJet are listed on Adani One. If you are sure of your return date, book your return tickets in advance to avail of amazing deals, discounts, and cashback offers.Currently, there are no direct or connecting flights from Agra to Rewa, as Rewa does not have a commercial airport. So, it is advisable to travel from Agra to New Delhi Airport by bus, train, private car, or taxi, which is a journey of around 3-4 hours by road and around 4-5 hours by train. You can then take a flight from New Delhi Airport to Prayagraj (Allahabad) Airport, and subsequently travel to Rewa by bus, taxi, or private car. The distance between Prayagraj (Allahabad) Airport and Rewa is 145 km and takes around 3 hours by road. There are around 1-2 daily direct flights between New Delhi and Prayagraj (Allahabad), operated by Alliance Air and IndiGo, with a minimum travel time of 1 hour and 30 minutes.So, browse through Adani One’s airfare calendar and book your Agra to Rewa flight tickets today!

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About Rewa Airport

Rewa does not have a commercial airport, and the closest airport is Allahabad Airport, also known as Prayagraj Airport (IATA: IXD). It is located in Bamrauli, around 14 km from Prayagraj city, and approximately 145 km from Rewa. This airport operates only domestic flights and is well-connected to major cities like New Delhi, Bangalore, and Mumbai. Prayagraj Airport is a small airport spread across one acre of land and has an 8,400-foot runway. Its single terminal has a capacity to handle 120 passengers at a time and is equipped with check-in and security counters. The various facilities available at the airport include free luggage trolleys, wheelchairs and assistance for the elderly and the differently abled, first aid facilities, parking facility, snack bars, cafes, eateries, and taxis, auto-rickshaws, and car rental services.

About Rewa

Rewa is a city located in the northeastern part of Madhya Pradesh. It is located in the central part of the Vindhya Range plateau at an altitude of 312 m above sea level. This beautiful city is renowned for its frolicking streams, lush green forests, dizzyingly high yet beautiful waterfalls, rare white tigers, centuries old historical monuments, and serene landscape. Some renowned waterfalls in the region include Bahuti, Keoti, Purwa, and Chachai. Mukundpur, a village near Rewa, is well-known for the Mukundpur Zoo, which is home to the rare white tigers. Some ancient monuments like the Bhairo Baba statue at the Bhairav Temple, the Mauryan-era Buddhist stupas, Rewa Fort, Venkat Bhavan, and Govindgarh Palace are must-visit tourist attractions at Rewa. The city was founded in 1400 by the Baghel Rajputs. The British made Rewa the capital city of the state in 1597 and the capital of the British Baghelkhand Agency during 1871 and 1931. After India gained independence, Rewa also served as the capital of the erstwhile Vindhya Pradesh state in 1948, until Vindhya Pradesh was merged with the state of Madhya Pradesh in 1956. The city is a trade centre for timber, grain, and building stone, with woodcarving and cloth weaving being the major cottage industries. Hindi, English, and Bagheli are the commonly spoken languages of Rewa. Some of the famous cuisines of the city include Rasaj ki kadhi, indrahar, litti chokha, Rikamachís vegetable, and khurchan (a sweet dish). Some unique cultural festivals of Rewa are Vindhya Mahotsav, conducted annually in the first week of April; Mahamrityunjaya Festival, celebrated in February; and Malmaas festival, celebrated in May.

About Agra Airport

Agra Airport (IATA: AGR) operates as a civil enclave and a military air force base, also known as Kheria Air Force Station. It is located around 5 km from the city. The Airports Authority of India and the Indian Air Force jointly operate Agra Airport. It is one of the largest air force bases in the country. Agra Airport has a single terminal with two boarding gates, two security check booths, five check-in counters, three immigration counters, and four customs counters. It has a total capacity of 250 passengers for both arrivals and departures. Agra Airport has limited connectivity with direct flights to select cities like Mumbai, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, and Lucknow. The airport offers several facilities such as free luggage trolleys, a lost and found baggage counter, restrooms for transit passengers, an on-call medical facility, a tourist information centre, wheelchairs and assistance for seniors and passengers with reduced mobility, restaurants, coffee shops, a beauty parlour and spa, a garment store, handicraft showroom, car rental services, and prepaid taxi counter.

About Agra

Agra is an ancient city located in the western part of Uttar Pradesh on the banks of the Yamuna River. Agraís rich Mughal historical heritage and architecture is reflected in its beautiful, world-class architectural monuments, magnificent forts, and tombs and mausoleums. It is home to the iconic 17th-century monument Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, that was designated the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. Agra was referred to as Agravana in the epic Mahabharata. The city was established by Sultan Sikandar Lodi, ruler of the Delhi Sultanate, in 1504. The city reached its golden age and peak of architectural beauty from 1556 to 1658 under the Mughal Empire led by famed rulers like Akbar, Jehangir, and Shah Jahan. Their appreciation for design, landscaping, and fine arts gave Agra a new depth. Each Mughal Emperor contributed to the development of the city. Following the decline of the Mughals, the city passed into the hands of the Jats, the Marathas, and finally, it came under British rule in 1803, under whom it became the capital of the Agra Presidency. Agra has a flourishing leather industry that manufactures leather shoe uppers for many premium global footwear brands. It is also known for its marble inlay work, mirror work, and zardozi embroidery. Agra is very popular for local specialities like petha, dal moth, and Mughlai cuisine, which features creamy gravies boldly flavoured with plenty of ground and whole spices, dried fruits, and nuts. One of the most significant festivals in the city is the Taj Mahotsav, a 10-day event showcasing the arts, crafts, and culture of Agra, celebrated annually in February. The city experiences mild winters, dry summers, and moderate monsoons. So, the best time to visit would be during winter, from October to March when the average temperature is around 10-12 ∞C.