Taj Mahal reopens after Lockdown, know how to visit!
By Travel House Delhi Start Date > 04-Jul-2020
Here is comes the good news for the travelers-- Taj Mahal, the monument of love will be opened to the tourists from July 6, 2020 after being shut for more than 100 days during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri are among the 3691 monuments and historic sites managed by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) which will be reopened.
The visitors will have to follow guidelines issued by the government amid the Covid-19 crisis. The tourists will have to register their mobile numbers and strictly follow the guidelines while visiting the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri.
There is a limit on the number of passengers allowed to visit these monuments every day. A total of 5000 visitors in two batches will be allowed to enter Taj Mahal while only 2500 visitors will be allowed at Agra Fort daily. At Fatehpur Sikri two batches of visitors with 1000 members in each batch will be allowed.
Visiting Taj Mahala, What to keep in mind
- Entry to Taj Mahal only through e-ticketing
- Tickets can be booked through the official website of Taj Mahal and the ASI Agra Circle website.
- No ticket booking at counters
- No group photography allowed inside the monument
- Visitors must wear mask Mask, no entry without mask
- Maintain Social distancing and install Arogya Setu App in your phones
- Only digital payment will be accepted at the parking and cafeteria
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