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Bhopal to Agra Flights

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Booking an online flight ticket from Bhopal to Agra has become easy with a one-stop platform. The Adani One platform offers detailed information about the arrival and departure times of flights, along with details like the Bhopal to Agra flight fare, flight status, and the cheapest flights on the route. Airlines like IndiGo, Air India, Vistara, Go First, SpiceJet, AirAsia and Air India Express are listed on the Adani One platform.

You can book the cheapest flights from Bhopal to Agra online through this platform. It takes around 1 hr and 30 min to reach Agra from Bhopal. IndiGo operates around 3 weekly flights on the route. You can visit the platform to check the latest offers, deals, and discounts while booking your flight from Bhopal to Agra. Take a look at the airfare calendar and book your flight from Agra to Bhopal today.

Flights from Bhopal to Agra


About Agra Airport

Agra Airport (IATA: AGR), located at a distance of 5 km from the city centre, is also referred to as the Kheria Airforce Station. The airport is controlled and operated by the Airports Authority of India and is used for both civil and military aviation.

Agra Airport has a single terminal with two boarding gates. Terminal 1 handles domestic flights and has a total capacity of handling 250 passengers. The terminal is equipped with basic amenities like free baggage trolleys, an on-call medical facility, baggage counters, and restrooms.

The airport also has a garment store and handicrafts showroom from where travellers can purchase handicrafts and jewellery.

About Agra

Agra is a historical city in Uttar Pradesh, roughly 220 km from India's capital, New Delhi. Agra has a rich cultural heritage that harmoniously blends multiple cultures. It is home to 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites—The Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri. Agra is among the world's most popular tourist destinations, attracting millions of visitors each year.

The city of Agra was founded by Sultan Sikandar Lodi in 1504. Agra became the capital city of the Mughal empire under the Emperors - Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan. The golden age of the city began after the death of the Delhi Sultan Sikandar Lodi during the reign of the Mughals. After the decline of the Mughal era, the city was ruled by the Marathas. In 1803, the city fell into the hands of the British.

Agra is also famous for its cuisine, especially Mughlai delicacies like butter chicken, mutton biryani, and a sweet called petha. Apart from the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, and Agra Fort, the city has many other famous places to visit, like Mehtab Bagh, Jama Masjid, Akbar’s Tomb, Anguri Bagh, Shish Mahal, and Taj Museum.

The temperature of Agra city is relatively high, ranging from 400C to 450C during the summer season. So it is recommended that you visit Agra during the winter season. You can visit the city either by road, railways, or by flight.

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Agra Fort 

Agra Fort is a historical architecture located 2.5 km from the Taj Mahal on the banks of the Yamuna River. UNESCO has declared the fort a world heritage monument. This magnificent fort was established by Emperor Akbar. It is one of the most famous forts among tourists and history enthusiasts.

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Akbar’s Tomb 

Akbar’s Tomb, situated in Sikandra, was built by Jahangir in memory of Akbar. The tomb was built from 1605 to 1613. The wide entrance and the walls of the tomb are painted in an irregular geometric floral pattern. It is a perfect place to visit for history and architecture enthusiasts. The building is mostly constructed of red sandstone with four gates, having white marble chhatri-topped minarets.

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Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri was predominantly built with red sand-stone between 1571 to 1585 by the Mughal Emperor Jalaluddin Mohd. Akbar, in honour of the great sufi saint Sheikh Salim Chishti. This city encompasses famous monuments such as Diwan-I-Aam and Diwan-khana-I-khass. Fatehpur Sikri is a classic example of a mix of Hindu and Islamic architecture. Millions of tourists visit Fatehpur Sikri to witness the grandeur of its monuments.

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Mehtab Bagh

Mehtab Bagh, also referred to as “Moonlight Garden,” is built on the banks of the Yamuna river opposite the Taj Mahal. It is one of the last gardens built by Emperor Babur. This garden is famous among tourists for its airy pavilion, pool and fountain. Mehtab Bagh is ideal for nature enthusiasts as it provides a picturesque view of the Taj Mahal.

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Taj Mahal 

The Taj Mahal, one of the world's seven wonders, is located in Agra and was erected in 1648 by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in his beloved wife’s memory, Mumtaz Mahal. Situated on the banks of the river Yamuna, the entire complex took about 22 years to complete. Every year, millions of people, including locals and national and international tourists visit the Taj Mahal to experience its beauty and architecture.

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Itimad-ud-Daulah Tomb

Nur Jahan, wife of Emperor Jahangir, constructed the Itimad-ud-Daulah Tomb, popularly known as the "Baby Taj Mahal," This piece of architecture is entirely made of white marble. Nur Jahan built the tomb between 1622 and 1628 in remembrance of her father, Mirza Giyas Beg. Interestingly, the design of the Taj Mahal is inspired by Itimad-ud-Daulah's tomb.


About Bhopal Airport

Raja Bhoj Airport (IATA: BHO), named after Raja Bhoj, is located in Gandhi Nagar, about 15 km from Bhopal’s city centre. The airport is controlled and operated by the Airports Authority of India and is a civil aviation airport. Raja Bhoj Airport handles only domestic flights.

The airport connects Bhopal to domestic and regional destinations like New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kurnool, etc. Major airlines like IndiGo, Air India, and SpiceJet offer services from here.

Raja Bhoj Airport consists of one terminal and three aerobridges. One of the unique features of the airport is the oil paintings, mosaics, and a statue of Lord Buddha situated at the entrance of the airport, all of which reflect the rich culture of Madhya Pradesh.

Passengers can enjoy several facilities at the airport as its terminals are equipped with basic amenities like ATMs, currency exchange counters, a cafeteria, lounges, and luggage wrapping, among others.

Travelling to and from Bhopal Airport is easy for passengers. A city bus service and taxi services are available for tourists to reach the airport.

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About Bhopal

Bhopal, popularly known as "The City of Lakes," is the capital of Madhya Pradesh and is located on the fertile Malwa plateau, which lies north of the Vindhya range. The name Bhopal is a derivation of “ Bhoj Tal,” which was constructed in the 11th century by Raja Bhoj of the Parmar Dynasty. Bhopal is famous across India for its lakes, wildlife, and historical monuments like Moti Masjid, Shaukat Mahal, Taj-ul-Masjid, and Indo-Islamic architecture.

Historians believe that Bhopal was founded in 1723 by Dost Mohd Khan (an Afghan ruler) and was formerly a part of the princely state of Bhopal and the second-largest principality of the British Empire. After the Independence of India in 1947, the rulers of Bhopal chose to remain an independent province but were later annexed to India in 1949. In 1956, Bhopal merged with Madhya Pradesh and replaced Nagpur as the state’s capital.

Bhopal has established itself as a prominent economic centre of Madhya Pradesh. Furthermore, people of different religions, cultures, traditions, and ethnic communities live peacefully and thrive together by contributing to the city's development.

The cuisine of Bhopal is a mix of Gujarati and Rajasthani food, along with a tinge of Mughal flavour. The average temperature in Bhopal ranges between 22° C to 34° C. The winter season is the best time to visit Bhopal.

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Bhojpur Temple 

Bhojpur Temple, also known as “Bhojeshwar Temple,” was built atop the hill of the village Bhojpur on the banks of the river Vitravati in the Raisen district. It is located at a distance of about 28 km from Bhopal. The temple, also referred to as “the Somnath of the East,” was built by Raja Bhoj between 1010 AD to 1053 AD. The Shivling in the temple's sanctum is the largest stone structure carved out of a single rock in the world. It is one of the most famous places to visit in Bhopal.

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Sanchi Stupa 

The Sanchi Stupa is one of the oldest Buddhist monuments in the country and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1989. The stupa, about 46 km from Bhopal, was built by the 3rd-century Mauryan King Ashoka, and is also believed to have preserved the ashes of Lord Buddha. The dome of the stupa symbolises heaven encompassing the Earth. Sanchi Stupa is visited by domestic and international tourists and is famous among followers of Buddhism and historians.

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Bhimbetka Rock Shelters

The Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka, situated in the foothills of Vindhya mountain of the central India Plateau, showcase people's lives from the Mesolithic period. Visitors can see paintings of rituals, dances and animals, making it one of the most significant historical sites in the country.

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Udayagiri Caves 

The Udayagiri Caves are a group of 20 rock-cut caves of the Hindu and Jain pantheon, situated at a distance of about 57 km from Bhopal in the ancient city of Vidisha. These caves are the epitome of ancient art and are one the oldest known forms of Hindu iconography. The caves are highly appreciated by historians and students of art.

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Upper Lake 

Upper Lake, also referred to as Bhoj Taal, is an artificial lake located in the heart of the city at a distance of 7 km from the Bhopal Railway station. The Upper Lake was formed in the 11th century by Raja Bhoj of the Parmar Dynasty. It is best to visit Upper Lake either early in the morning or in the evening from 5 pm to 6 pm. The night view of the lake is popular among youngsters and tourists.

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Van Vihar National Park 

Van Vihar National Park is a remarkable landmark in the field of conservation, situated on the banks of the Upper Lake at a distance of about 7 km from the city. It is famous among tourists for its combination of beautiful landscape and vegetation and is home to various species of birds, butterflies, and animals.

Frequently Asked Questions

The lowest price for a Bhopal to Agra flight is around Rs. 3,000. The price may vary according to the class you choose and the booking date. Always book a flight well in advance to get good discounts. 

The distance between Bhopal and Agra by road is 621 km, and the distance by flight is 440 km. 

The nearest airport is Agra Airport (Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Airport) and the nearest railway station is Agra Cantonment Railway Station. 

The most preferred airline from Bhopal to Agra is IndiGo. 

The most cost-effective way to travel from Bhopal to Agra is by train, but this could take around 6-10 hours. If time is a constraint, you should opt for a flight. 

IndiGo operates around 3 flights from Bhopal to Agra every week. 

Yes, you can easily pre-book a meal on this route. 

The code for Bhopal Airport is (IATA: BHO), and the code for Agra Airport is (IATA: AGR). 

Bhopal is famous for its lakes, and Agra is renowned for the Taj Mahal. 

The administrative language of Agra is Hindi, and people in Bhopal speak mainly Hindi.

The best time to visit Agra is during the winter season, i.e., September to February. 

Some popular hotels in Agra are Radisson Hotel Agra, Crystal Sarovar Premiere, Trident Agra, Ramada Plaza, and Hotel Taj Resorts. 

Sanchi Stupa is around 48 km from Bhopal by road and takes nearly 1 hr to travel the distance.  

Bhopal is known for its share of non-vegetarian dishes, like Biriyani, Rogan Josh, Keema, Seekh kebab, and Shami kebab. 

Agra is famous for its leather products, including shoes, belts, jackets, bags, etc. Other things that you can buy from the city are marble replicas, rugs and carpets, diamond jewellery and semi-precious stones, handicrafts, and petha.  
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Airport Information

Agra Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008

Bhopal Raja Bhoj Airport, Gandhi Nagar Post office, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal (MP)-462036