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Driving Direction to Agra

Driving Direction from Chandigarh to Agra

Distance: 455 km
Driving Time: 10.00 hours

Drive out of Chandigarh through Dakshin Marg and move towards NH 22, you will pass by Punjabi Chatka, which is a great restaurant in Zirakpur on this road, you may stop here to have a filling meal before moving ahead.
From Zirakpur, drive on for 40 kms till Ambala, via Dera Bassi.
At Ambala, you can take a small detour and visit places such as Manji Sahib Gurudwara, Rang Mahal and Sis Ganj Gurudwara and don’t forget to gorge on tasty gol gappas and chat at the Halwai Bazar at Nicholson Road.
Restart your journey from Ambala and take the GT Road NH 1 and continue driving, you will pass by HP petrol pump on the highway, halt here to refuel your car tank, if needed and drive straight for next 156 kms, follow the sign boards to stay on NH 1 and on your way you will pass through Karnal and Panipat, respectively.
You may halt for a break at Karnal and grab a quick bite at the Punjabi Dhaba and Mayur Dhaba here, after lunch hit the road again, and drive for next 70 kms to arrive at Murthal.
Move ahead on NH 1 and as you spot a roundabout, take the 3rd exit to move onto GT Road, drive straight on this route and you will pass through New Delhi in a few minutes.
Exit on to Mahatma Gandhi Road and further, drive out of Delhi by taking the Noida Link Road and continue onto Dadri Road for next10 kms.
Keep driving and get onto Noida Greater Noida expressway Noida Expressway, drive for 21 km; fill up your car tank as you pass by Indian Oil Gas Station on your left.
Take the exit onto Taj Express Highway/Yamuna Expressway and stay on this road for next two hours and you will reach Agra.
Make sure to top up your car tank as you might not find a petrol pump on your way.

Driving Direction from Jaipur to Agra

Distance: 235 km
Driving Time: 5.00 hours

If you are driving from Jaipur to Agra then you need to take the route towards Bhagwandas Road and from this road take a left turn and keep driving till you reach a roundabout.
At the roundabout take the second exit onto MI Road that leads onto NH8 and follow the instructions as you cross the traffic police headquarters on your left.
Keep driving onto the national highway, once you have crossed a petrol pump take a right turn at a state highway and follow the instructions on the road till you reach another roundabout.
From here take the second exit and turn right towards Badla Road and keep driving on that road till you reach cross Laxmi Traders and then turn right at MG Road and from here follow the instructions on the road till you spot a sign for your destination – Agra on your right .

Driving Direction from Delhi to Agra

Distance: 210 km
Driving Time: 2.00 hours

The best route to drive from Delhi to Agra is the Taj Express Highway/Yamuna Expressway, which is also the shortest route.
However, it is advisable to pack your own refreshments or something to munch, as the road doesn’t offer much.
Head out of Delhi by taking the Noida Link Road and then continue straight onto Dadri Road for about 10 km.
Keep straight and hit the Noida Greater Noida Expressway, drive on for next 21 km, and top up your car tank as you pass by Indian Oil Gas Station to your left.
Take the exit onto Taj Express Highway/Yamuna Expressway and drive for next 154 km.
You may stop for a break at small food joints en route, though quite rare.
Next, take a right onto NH 93 and drive for next 11 km before you turn right to merge onto NH 2.
Drive on and take a left onto Karbala Road.
Continue onto Pandit Motilal Nehru Road, and follow the sign boards to stay on NH 1; keep driving till you reach your destination – Agra.

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